Conor Bentley, teacher, writer and friend decided to take a dirt nap on Wednesday. He was loved by all who knew him, and will be missed. He was 105 years old and died surrounded by family and friends. He was born March 20, 1983 to Pam Stone and Bill Bentley and grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended school at Rowland Hall-St. Mark’s where he went on to teach and the University of Utah where he became President. In addition to being an outstanding educational mind, Conor was hilariously funny. He wrote jokes and comedy sketches that he performed on his short-lived Television program “The Con Hour.” In addition to what he wrote for his show, Conor wrote the screenplays to four feature films, and he also wrote eight books, including his personal favorite- “What’s That Smell?”
He leaves behind an enduring legacy and is survived by his wife of 82 years Mary Anne Wetzel, their children James and Bond and their robot dog Basiltron 2000. The funeral will be open to the public, and will be held at the Bentley Auditorium. Conor's body will be kept in Cryogenic freeze until a cure can be found for Hoverboot related injuries. In lieu of flowers please send donations to Conor’s favorite charity- The Nook for Needy Nuns.