Brooke Marie Coniff Obituary – Green Bay Press-Gazette

Brooke Marie Coniff

Suamico – Brooke Marie Coniff, 32, Suamico, passed away Thursday, May 12, 2022. She was born August 25, 1989, in Green Bay to Michael and Tina (Tweedale) Coniff.

Brooke was a happy, funny, loving girl. She attended a few schools in Green Bay, then attended Syble Hopp and especially enjoyed camp at the end of the year. She then went to the CP Center, and that was her happy place. She had so many friends and staff that she loved her. It was her second family of her. She loved to travel. Brooke went to Yellowstone one year, and to Custer, South Dakota eight times! She loved to watch the buffalo and spend time with her family. Brooke was a party girl, birthdays or holidays, she loved any kind of party. No matter what the occasion was any time spent with family and friends was the most important thing to her.

She will be so missed by all who loved her. Brooke is survived by her parents, Michael and Tina; brother, Colin (Christen) Piaskowski; nephews, Wyatt and August; grandma, Imogene Tweedale; aunts and uncles, Nancy Steffes, Scott (Jean) Tweedale, Colleen (Bill) DeBauche, Barb Coniff, Frank Zeiske, and Ed Schultz; many cousins, especially Annye. We will see you again, We love you so much.

There are many people taking care of her in heaven, who loved her here on Earth. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Mickey and Betty Coniff, Eleanor Coniff, Alvin Tweedale; aunts and uncles, Myra Zeiske, Cynthia Schultz, Debra Pollatz, Peter Tweedale, John Steffes, Tom Coniff, and Pat Coniff.

Friends and family will gather at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., (to avoid the construction area, please use the west side, closest to Military Ave, entrance and parking lot.) from 9:30 am to 11:30 am on Wednesday, May 18; Funeral Service to follow at 11:30 am Entombment will be in Fort Howard Memorial Park. To send online condolences, please go to

Brooke’s family would like to extend gratitude to HSHS/Prevea doctors, nurses and staff, and to Unity Hospice for their help at the end. A thank you to all the teachers, staff and therapists who took such good care of her over the years. The family would like to say a very special thank you to some very special people in Brooke’s life. Denise and Jim Swenson, Wendy Duchateau, Brenna Schwartz who took care of her and loved her like she was their own. We appreciate all the help and love you gave her.

Posted online May 14, 2022

Published in Green Bay Press Gazette

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