David Condie

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Condie, David J.
David James Condie, 65, of Rochester, NH passed away on Saturday, March 8th. Born and raised in Fairfield, CT, David attended and graduated from Notre Dame High School in Bridgeport, CT in 1966. After Notre Dame, he became an independent landscape operator in the Fairfield/Southport area and worked as an HVAC technician for Hoffman Fuel in Bridgeport, CT. In 1998, David moved to Rochester, NH, and worked for Home
Depot in Portsmouth, NH as a safety officer until he retired. David is survived by his mother Audrey Hall Condie of Fairfield, CT, two children: Nathan Condie of Virginia, and Shana Dittamo with grandson Alex of Virginia., 3 brothers: Paul Condie (Alberta) of Lemoore, California, Jonathan Condie (Suzanne) of Higganum, Ct, and Richard Preach Condie (Katie) of Long Island, New York and his dearly beloved friend Susan Pembroke of Portsmouth, NH, along with all his wonderful friends and colleagues. David is preceded in death by his father Robert Victor Condie. As a teenager, David was a master caddy at the Fairfield Country Club. His favorite pastime and hobby was coin collecting. Also, he enjoyed American history, especially TV documentaries. Moreover, he was a particular proud descendant of two historical figures, inventor Frederick Ellsworth Sickels who was included in the famous 1862 painting called "Men of Progress" on display in the National Portrait Gallery at the Library of Congress, and the pioneer medical doctor Dr. David Francis Condie who authored many medical books. David was kind and generous, always there to help anyone in need, and extended his generosity wherever he could. His most notable act of kindness was helping bring Richard, the fourth brother and thirteen at the time, into our family after Richard's only parent, his mother, passed away. Special to David was his partner Susan who brought him joy and friendship when he moved to New Hampshire.He will be truly missed by family and friends. Private services will be held at St. Thomas Cemetery in Fairfield. For information or to sign an online guest register please visit www.SpearMillerFuneralHome.com


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Published in Connecticut Post on Apr. 20, 2014