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Kevin Charles Condon May 16, 1949 — October 12, 2022, Glendale Heights, Illinois. Kevin C. Condon, 73, passed away peacefully the morning of October 12, 2022, after a long, courageous battle with various health issues. Kevin is survived by his wife Marian E. Condon, sisters Alyce Ann Lawler (Patrick) Fort Dodge, Iowa; Sheila Condon, Ames, Iowa; Maureen Condon, Knoxville, Iowa; brothers Phillip Condon (Janiece), Manson, Iowa; David Condon (Jane), Lohrville, Iowa; Clement Condon (Diane), Phoenix, Arizona; Bernard Condon, Fort Dodge, Iowa; and Brian Condon, Des Moines, Iowa; many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Kevin is preceded in death by his father, Clement James Condon, and his mother, Alice B. Condon, of Fort Dodge Iowa; sisters-in-law Kay (Bernard) and Grace (Brian) Condon. Kevin graduated from Mankato State University (Mankato, Minnesota) with a degree in Business Administration. He attended Iowa Central Community College (Fort Dodge, Iowa) where he earned an Associate of Arts.

Kevin served in the U.S. Army from November 1971 to October 1973. Kevin was employed with Amoco Oil Company’s fertilizer and propane gas division from 1978 to 1984; he served as the Safety Director, Operations Manager and Dispatch and Office Manager during his employment with Mickey’s Express, Inc.

(Fort Dodge, Iowa) from 1984 to 1996; he was the Director of Transportation for Original American Scones, Inc. (Oak Park, Illinois) from 1996 to 2001; in 2002 he joined TFC Corporation Worldwide Dedicated Services (division of UPS Supply Chain Solutions) as an Operations Manager until his retirement in 2014.

Kevin was an avid reader who still enjoyed gathering facts from a newspaper. He was always looking for the next good book to read. Kevin was a strong supporter of Veteran’s organizations that supported not only those in service but more importantly those returning from conflicts. Over the years he supported a local children’s Day Care Center with Halloween treats and the HO, HO of being their Santa.

Whenever he could, he spent time in his garage working on a project or just engaging in garage logic which included a round (or several rounds) of cheer. Kevin was strong minded and strong willed — he mustered courage from the good things in life, finding solace in stimulating conversation and good friends.

He enjoyed the Irish saying, “May your home always be too small to hold all your friends.” Kevin’s life will be celebrated at the Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home on Saturday, October 22, 2022, 307 South 12th Street, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Visitation with his family will be from 9:30 to 11:00 A.M.

with services at 11:00 A.M. A lunch will follow. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your charity of choice in Kevin’s name –spread his spirit to those you feel most in need or worthy of consideration.

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