John W. Condon

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John W. Condon, age 83, of New Hampton, died on Saturday, September 17, 2011 at Mercy Medical Center in New Hampton. John William Condon was born on August 6, 1928 to John and Clara (Sweet) Condon in New Hampton. He attended St. Joseph’s School in New Hampton. John later entered in the United States Army on December 3, 1952. On November 9, 1954 he received his honorable discharge. Upon his return, John worked for Stolz Construction in New Hampton until his retirement. John enjoyed his family and his dog, Sam, going for drives and gardening. He was a member of Holy Family Parish-St. Joseph’s Center, the New Hampton American Legion Fae Stine Post #38 and a lifetime member of the New Hampton VFW Post # 5238 and Alta Vista VFW Paul Johann Post #4069. John is survived by his brother, Michael (Jane) Condon of Metuchen, NJ; his sister-in-law, Pat (Dale) Cutsforth of Belle Vista, AR and nieces and nephews, Karen (Bill) Reicks of Lawler, IA, Matt and Chris Condon of Metuchen, NJ, Cathy August of Gravette, AR and Jami Cutsforth of Gray, GA. He was preceded in death by his parents John and Clara Condon; his sisters, Helen Roths and Mary Coen; his brothers, James and Maurice and niece, Pat Roths. Cemetery: Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery at New Hampton with the New Hampton American Legion Fae Stine Post #38,New Hampton VFW Post #5238, and Alta Vista VFW Paul Johann Post #4069 providing military rites. Casket bearers will include Graig Reicks, Aric Reicks, Seth Reicks, Scott Hanrahan, Matt Condon, Chris Condon, Jami Cutsforth, and Paul Pitz. Memorials may be directed to John\\\'s family. at Conway-Markham Funeral Home in New Hampton and will continue at the church one hour prior to the service on Saturday. at Holy Family Parish - St. Joseph\\\'s Center in New Hampton with Father Mark Osterhaus Celebrating.

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  1. I grew up away from my Uncle Johnny Left at age 5. But the Condon Home is HOME in my heart. I haven’t been able to see him many times but know he’s in Gods hand. With Sammy Maurice and Grandma. Johnny I LOVE YOU

  2. Johnny was the last “neighbor” from the W Hale Street to pass on. What great memories of Johnny, sitting on the porch, driving around with his dog. He still had such a sharp mind, could remember such details from the past. Karen, Mike, and families, you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. So many wonderful memories of Uncle Johnny. Christmas’, Easters, the garden, sitting at his feet coloring, cooking hotdogs on the grill, Sam, walks thru the cemetary getting history on the family, getting an hour phone call every Christmas day (right up to last year, a wonderful gift), drives to Charles City, and His trade mark index-finger-salute. Johnny will be missed, but I know he is happy to be with Sam and the others before him. I love you Uncle Johnny. SALUTE!! Love, Cathy

  4. I deeply regret the passing of John W. Condon. No matter when we lose a loved one they are gone too soon. Yet life is fragile. Like a snowflake it leaves. However, the sting of death not only pains but numbs survivors. What a blessing it will be when we can rightly ask: “Death, where is your victory? Death, where is your sting?” 1 Corinthians 15:55. All who mourn her will celebrate her life. “Do not let your hearts be troubled”. (John 14:27)

    “Serenity is not freedom from the storm, but peace amid the storm.” —Anonymous

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