In Loving Memory

T.K. Condron

T.K. Condron
September 17, 1922
May 23, 2021
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T.K. was the epitome of a southern gentleman. He loved God and his family. He was devoted to his wife and selflessly gave his time in service to others. I met T.K. several times and every time it was apparent to me that he was a very kind hearted, hard working man who cared so much for others. The world certainly benefited from having T.K. in it!! He will be greatly missed. Much love to his family.
Martha Eppes
6/1/2021
MIssouri City, TX
So sorry to hear about your loss. He was such a good friend of my daddy’s (Matt Syler ). I always enjoyed my visits with your father. At the ranch ..my house one year at Christmas and even bumping into him when our grandsons happen to be on the same basketball team . He was such a kind man. I know his friends and family will miss him terribly.
Darla (Syler) Pagan
5/30/2021
Richmond, TX
I, Sheryl, got acquainted with TK on the phone. I enjoyed our visits very much. I kept him informed of my mother Effie Hale Pampaian who was his first cousin. I also called to tell him about another cousin Roy Hale who is now 101 yrs old and lives in Edmonton, AB Canada. I am very glad to have had these visits with TK. He will always live in my heart and mind. May God comfort and bless TK's family.
Jim and Sheryl Learned
5/28/2021
KIRKLAND, WA
Great times when they could make it to Ky was very special time for us even though they lived in Texas they were both very loving and kind and generous to there kin folk here in Ky they once hauled a sleeper sofa all the way from Texas to give to mom man These are awesome family LOVE T O ALL MY COUSINS YALL HAD THE BEST THANK S.
Flint
5/27/2021
Georgetown, KY
Prayers and Peace for your family at this difficult time.

Much Love,

Brant and Stacey Hawkins
Stacey Hawkins
5/26/2021
Bridgeport, TX
My condolences on behalf of my friend from my church Mr.T.K. Condron. You will be missed by many and who knew you. You were like a Great Grandad to many in our Church and the Community you touched so many hearts. I will miss you and I was thankful to have volunteered with you in the Bread Partners Ministries. May You Rest In Peace Mr. T.K. Condron. May The Lord Bring Comfort to The Family of T.K. Condron.
Ethan Lawhon
5/26/2021
College Station, TX
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