I was surprised and very sorry to hear of Jack's passing. I met him when I came to Emery in the 80's and found out what a great guy he was. He was always helpful and worked well with me and those with he had made contact. I left Henkel in the 90's and moved after with little contact but always had a very high regard for him as a person, but he always beat me in golf. My best regards to the family.
Tuesday July 22, 2014
To all the Condon family I'm sorry to hear of Jack's passing I really miss seeing everyone on Christmas Eve I still have a picture of Jack sitting on Santa's lap May you all feel comforted by the LOVE and Support of family and friends
I AM VERY SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT jACK'S PASSING. I worked for Emery and Henkel out of Mauldin and knew Jack since the 1970's.
Jack was a wonderful person, devoted to family, golf, and the Cincinnati Athletic Club. He rode a stationary bicycle that seemed to be in harmony with his being. He bore his illness with stoicism and dignity. What a wonderful prototype for all.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
I met Jack a number of years ago at the Cincinnati Athletic Club. I always saw him smiling and riding the Aerodyne bike by the pool. He always cheerfully greeted me and made me feel welcome at the club. I offer my condolences to his family and friends.
Years ago back in the mid 70's I was a co-op student at UC doing my work quarters at Emery Industries in the Carew Tower. I worked in the accounting department and I remember the name A. Jack Condon on one of the office doors. I was young in my twenties then majoring in accounting and I remember wanting to someday have a position like A. Jack Condon had. I had great respect for those men who made up the department back then. Mr. Condon was a gentleman always and had a great smile. Rest in peace, my friend. Your presence at Emery Industries had an impact on this young twenty year old. Godspeed to your family during this most difficult time. Sincerely, Jack Anthony Diebold
I am so sorry to hear about Jack's passing. I worked with him at Henkel and he was always nice to me. Rest in peace Jack.
You will be missed by the ORFS at Makatewah