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Reverend Robert Gates Condrey

Georgetown, Texas

Oct 5, 1934 – Sep 26, 2017

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Reverend Robert Gates Condrey, age 82, of Georgetown, Texas, passed away in his sleep early Tuesday Morning, September 26, 2017. A peaceful conclusion to a wonderful life. He was born October 5, 1934 in Oatmeal, Texas to his parents Roy Elijah Thompson Condrey and Elva Wilkinson. Reverend Condrey...

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Over the years Bro. Condrey has been in my life more than I can tell you. He would come preach for us in Georgetown when Bro. Henry Davis was pastor and 12 years later became pastor of our church. He would resign and hand the church off to our current pastor Bro. Donnie Huslage and still sit under him and call him pastor. Bro. Condrey was a very kind, caring, loving, and most importantly unique man of God. He was and will always be loved by our family....... I am forever thankful for the...

What a great man, I will miss him telling me stories about the pass. He always had a BIG smile and such a strong voice and I loved to hear him talk. Thank you for inviting me into your family. You guys will be in my continued thoughts and prayers.

I was a student at the University of Texas. I attended Christ Apostolic church. I was loved by the saints in the church. I remember one particular sermon by Pastor Condrey. It was titled, "The Discipline of Scrutiny." There were so many things in his ministry that touched my life and saved my soul. He is absent from his body, and present with Jesus. Blessings to the Condrey family. Pastor Condrey's work was not in vain.

I still remember the day about 45 years ago I met the Condrey family. Tall man with a small wife and four boys came into Sambos restaurant,sat in my section while I waited on them, and won my heart! Over the years when our families have been able to see each other we have picked up as if we had been able to see each other all the time. I've treasured our time together.....I will miss you Brother Condrey....on this earth you were one of the few men I completely trusted. Heaven is now your...

Brother Condrey started the church in my home town of Alice Springs, Central Australia in the early 1970

"Our love and prayers to the family." Just now saw this on Face Book and would have been there if we had known earlier. This man was and is an influence on our family. We were blessed to have known him, do Easter Plays with him, preach for him, and have him preach for us. He will be missed! Again, love and prayers to the family... Bro. & Sis. Samuels

Our family was so blessed to have been pastored by this wonderful Man of God, however short a time it was. He was our first Pastor when we moved to Austin and WHAT A PASTOR he was. Bro. Condrey was a TRUE SHEPHERD of the flock God had entrusted him with.
We love to look at the pictures we have of the Oldtime Pentecostal Service, while there. I would love to send pictures but, I am not that tech savvy. Everyone there ,at that time ,still holds a warm spot in our hearts. And, what a...

Bro. Condrey has been such a huge influence in my life. Growing up with him as my Pastor, I knew I could always go to him for advice and Certs. When he agreed to officiate our wedding he told me that we would stand on platform facing the audience and he w

I had the great pleasure of knowing Brother Condrey. I loved hearing him sing.It has been a great privilege to know him and his family.My prayers go out to his family. Anne miller