Conor Bouveron of Centreville, Va., age 19, died suddenly of a medical condition on Nov. 24.
As an Eagle Scout and accomplished athlete, Conor was very active in his community where he touched the lives of many that he called friends. His years in scouting helped him discover a love of the outdoors. This inspired his decision to enroll at Colorado State University where he attended as a freshman this past fall.
Conor’s incredible athletic talent was observed on the soccer pitch, lacrosse field, and the football turf. Conor played soccer for two Southwestern Youth Association teams: the Wolfpack and Ajax Red. While attending Westfield High School, Conor played for the school’s lacrosse and football teams for all four years. A varsity player in each sport for three years, Conor achieved the distinction of 1st Team All-Conference in lacrosse and as the Westfield Football place kicker was named Virginia Preps1st Team All-State and Washington Post 1st Team All-Met in 2014.
Conor is survived by his parents Marty (Martha) and Marty (Martin) Bouveron of Centreville, and his brothers Jean-Jacques of Los Angeles, CA, and Peter of St Petersburg, FL.
Following the credo “live life boldly,” Conor was always in search of new adventures. His family and friends remember a clever and humorous individual who reminded everyone “keep smiling.” In his family, Conor will be remembered as a precious son and brother who embraced and created family traditions. The memories created will always be cherished.
A mass for the celebration of Conor’s life is being planned for Dec. 19. More information will be forthcoming.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Conor Bouveron memorial fund. Plans are being made through the fund to support the Bouveron family with expenses, support Conor’s Boy Scout Troop, and our high school athletes. Contributions to an organization of the donor’s choice will also be appreciated.