Conrad W. Jurgens
Jurgens, Conrad W. HANNACROIX Conrad W. Jurgens, 84, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 21, 2020, after a long illness. In 2000, Conrad retired after many years of service working for the N.Y.S. Department of Motor Vehicles. He was a member of the Northland Toy Club and the Coxsackie Seniors. Conrad was an expert craftsman of model cars that were sold around the world. In his younger years, Conrad enjoyed playing softball. He was a pitcher on the team and managed to pitch a perfect game. Conrad loved traveling and especially enjoyed flying in small aircraft. Survivors include his loving wife, Dorothy M. AuClaire Jurgens; children, William (Breck) Jurgens and Connie (Michael) Donnelly; grandchildren, Brandy Dufkin, David (Liz) Dufkin, Adam (Caitlin) Jurgens, Amanda (Nickolas) Quick; and seven great-grandchildren. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a memorial service will be held at a later date. The family would like you to consider, in lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Conrad to the Cornell Hook and Ladder, P.O. Box 400, New Baltimore, NY, 12124.

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Published by Albany Times Union on Nov. 26, 2020.
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Ron and I are so sorry for your loss. Conrad was a good man. Ron remembers riding with his uncle delivering milk, and many more happy memories. Uncle Conrad will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace, and may God mend your broken hearts. You will be with Conrad again in Heaven.
Ron & Barb Greene
December 1, 2020
Dorothy and family,
After all these great years, we will miss Conrad very much. He was a knowledgeable, talented gentleman.
Rosi and Tony Duva
December 1, 2020
Dorothy, I have great memories of the 4 of us spending a great deal of fun, fun time together. Bob & I took western square dancing lessons with you and Conrad at Circle 8 squares in Coxsackie, with Jim Ryan in Delmar, dancing locally and to several conventions in New Hampshire and elsewhere. And then we went to Intercourse, PA, in the Amish Country shopping and visiting Amish families (we came home with beautiful, unique Amish made items (and a lighter pocketbook) and then to the Poconos horseback riding at the resort we stayed in. We knew how to party drinking pepsi and milk as I never cared for cocktails - I was a "cheap date."

I am so sorry for your loss. I now live in FL year round so I am not in NY to hug and visit with you. Sending my love and prayers to you and your family. Difficult to live without our loved ones, but ----------

Carolyn F Wright
November 30, 2020
So sorry to hear about Conrad. He was a beloved customer of C.A. Albright & Sons and we will miss him dearly.
Terry Pemberton
November 27, 2020