September 10, 1992 ~ January 4, 2020

Born in: Snellville, GA
Resided in: Lawrenceville, GA

Conor Randal McNaughton, 27, died on 4 January 2020. Conor was born in Snellville Georgia on 10 September 1992. He is survived by his parents Jim and Anna McNaughton, his siblings Rory, Catherine, Jamesie, and Aoife; nieces Áine, Kathleen, Emma, Niamh, Alice, and Aiva; nephews Seamus and Conall; eleven aunts and uncles; twenty first cousins; and many, many more relatives and friends.

Conor could hold any room with his lively talk, his exuberant laugh, and—he would add—his good looks. He was full of life. Adventurous and well-travelled, he made friends across the world. Conor enjoyed what was fine and fun. He loved good food and snowboarding. Conor was ambitious, entrepreneurial, and positive about the future. He was also frank, self-aware, and unafraid to learn from failure. In recent years, he overcame addiction to start and run a thriving roofing company. Many good people supported him on that journey. In turn, he inspired and helped others who had their own struggles with addiction. He is deeply loved. He will be sorely missed.

Please, no flowers, but if you would like to donate to Doctors Without Borders in Conor’s name, or to another charity of your choice, that would please the family.

A public viewing will be held at Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway, on Thursday, 9 January from 6 to 8 PM. His funeral will be held at 10:30 AM on Friday, 10 January at St. Marguerite d’Youville, 85 Gloster Road NW, Lawrenceville. Online condolences may be left at


Visitation: January 9, 2020 6:00 pm - January 6, 2020 8:00 pm

Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, 30046


Saint Marguerite d'Youville Catholic Church
85 Gloster Rd
Lawrenceville, 30044


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  1. CandleImageRest in peace! I‘ll remember you for your fun and charming personality. You will be missed. Sending love to the family and friends from Germany!

  2. CandleImageConor could light up an entire room with his presence, truly one of a kind. Will be missed tremendously by MANY. Rest in paradise my dude..

  3. CandleImageI never met you Conor, but I do know your beautiful family and know you will be deeply missed. Strength and light to you all.

  4. CandleImageRest In Peace you beautiful soul. You were the most charismatic person I had ever met and a wild one at that. Don’t have too much fun without us. Wish I would have reached out when you did.

  5. CandleImageI love and miss you my brother, we had the best of times and the worst of times together. I’ll never forget how much of a little shite you were when I first met you! So proud of the man you became over the past few years. So ambitious and inspiring. It saddens me deeply to learn of your sudden passing and I couldn’t help but break down and cry the other day after I found out. You were an amazing person and I feel so terrible for your family and friends who will never get to hear one of your crazy stories again and hear that infectious laugh fill the room. Rest easy brother.

  6. CandleImageWe met a couple of times in Atlanta and had so much fun hanging out and having these great conversations. Remember you as a man with a beautiful heart. Thank you so much for the amazing memories, they became a treasure.

    To family and friends wish you all the strenght in this most difficult time.

    Your friend from the Netherlands


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