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Kelly D.  Condon
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Obituary for Kelly D. Condon

Kelly Douglas Condon, 66, passed away on Sunday March 12th at his home of 37 years in Hales Corners surrounded by his loving wife of 45 years, Judith Condon (Silverman), his son Bradley, and dog Willy, from complications of lung disease. 
     Kelly was born March 22, 1950 in Marshfield, Wisconsin to Joseph and Mary Condon (Bangart).  He is preceded in death by his beloved father Joseph, his cherished in-laws Lionel and Bernice Silverman, and his adored sister and godchild Joann Condon.  Kelly is survived by his 13 brothers and sisters: Patrick (Elizabeth), Joyce (John) Romanski, Dee-Dee (Paul) Siefert, Donna (Jim) Reimesch, John (Dawn), Eileen (Ron) Toman, Mike (Christine), Kevin (Kristin), Bernie (Lisa), Romie (Kim), Mary Jane (Bob) Clark, Jean (Daryl) Muehl, and Carol (Ken) Howe. 
     He graduated Wauwatosa East High School in 1968 and began a life of service.  He enlisted in the United States Navy and served a year in Vietnam.  His time in the Navy Reserves led him to Philadelphia where he met and married Judy.  He left the Navy in 1972 when he and Judy were expecting a son.  In 1980 they moved to Wisconsin to be closer to Kelly's large family.  Here Kelly continued a career in Plant Operations/ Facilities Maintenance, working for hospitals on the buildings' mechanical systems, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and pneumatic tube systems.  Kelly continued his service joining and serving as a firefighter/EMT on Village of Hales Corners Fire Department for 25 years.  When Brad was getting to be a man, Kelly decided to return to the Navy Reserves as a Seabee (the Navy's construction forces).  Kelly served in Iraq, his second war, in 2005 before a well-deserved retirement with 20 years of service in 2007. 
     Since 2012 Kelly was enjoying full retirement.  He spent that time with Judy helping her battle multiple health issues before facing his own pulmonary problems two years ago.  Kelly loved his family and country.  He had animals and birds his entire life, and caring for them was a passion of his.  He enjoyed collecting things, fixing and building things, learning, trips to the casino, Facebook games, and took a great interest in politics.  Kelly is greatly missed by his family, wife and son.  From his wife Judy, "My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep; the more I give to thee, the more I have, for both are infinite." (Shakespeare)
     Kelly loved life, wanting to be 100 years old.  He sadly left this world much sooner than planned, but found Peace.
     Funeral service will be private.  A memorial service honoring Kelly's life will be held some time at a later date.


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