Dunnellon- Ralph I. Condon, Jr., 93, died on April 8, 2021 at his residence in Dunnellon, FL. He was born in Merrimac, Massachusetts and raised in Merrimac and Haverhill, Massachusetts and Kenmore, New York. He was the son of the late Ralph I. Condon, Sr. and Mae (Lord) Condon. Following high school, Ralph enlisted in the US Navy on April 29, 1945, was honorably discharged on August 25, 1946, served again from November 6, 1950 and was honorably discharged on March 5, 1952. Following his military service Ralph was employed as a draftsman of steel products for commercial buildings, and later sold steel products for several commercial steel companies. His work transferred Ralph and his family from Buffalo, NY to Sharon Hill, PA; Silverspring, MD; Richmond, VA; and eventually to Mt. Arlington, NJ where he commuted to work in NYC. Ralph was a parishioner of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Mt. Arlington, NJ, was a member of the Knights of Columbus-Queen of the Lakes Council #5114 and the American Legion, and he served on the Board of Education of the Mt. Arlington Grammar School . Following his retirement Ralph and his wife relocated to Sugarland, TX to be closer to their son. In 2001 Ralph moved to Rainbow Springs with his wife Charlotte. After nearly seventy years of marriage, Charlotte passed away in November of 2020. Ralph continued to live in Rainbow Springs with the assistance of the Visiting Angels Home Care and his children when they came to stay with him. Ralph loved his family and will be truly missed, but his love will never be forgotten. He was predeceased by his daughter Susan Mary Sikorski, and his wife Charlotte May Condon. He is survived by his son, Ralph I. Condon, III and his wife Elvia Condon of Missouri City, TX; son-in-law Gary Sikorski, Chatham, NJ; his daughters, Sharon M. Badrak, Phillipsburg, NJ and Sandra M. Cunningham of Bristol, VT; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date in Texas.
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