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James "Jim" E. Condo Jr.

September 16, 1949 - February 4, 2020
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Obituary

James Edward Condo Jr., 70, passed away on February 4, 2020 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is survived by his wife Jean (nee Laake); his children David (Monica) Condo, Rebecca (Scott) Reckers, and James Condo III; his grandchildren Caroline, Emily, and Amanda Reckers; his brothers Michael Condo and Tom Condo; and his sisters Mary Condo-DeRosa, Candis Condo, and Kathy Condo. Jim took joy in life from working hard and helping others, from his youth as a caddy and groundskeeper at Hyde Park Country Club; to his 25 years as a Cincinnati Police Officer; to his 17 years at Purcell Marian High School; and through his constant devotion to and love for his family. A man who always protected others with straightforward wisdom and a heart of gold, Jim also volunteered for the Guardian Angels and St. Rose parishes for many years. A visitation will be held on Saturday, February 8 from 1:00 - 3:30 PM at T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 4:00 PM at St. Rose Church, 2501 Riverside Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio. Memorial donations can be made to the Purcell Marian High School Scholarship Fund visit https://pm-oh.client.renweb.com/renweb/donateonline/web/System_giving.cfm?District=pm-oh&SchoolCode= ; specify "James Condo" in the "Memory Of" section; and specify "For Scholarship Fund" in the "Note" section.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Saturday, February 8, 2020 | 1:00pm - 3:30pm
    When
    Saturday, February 8, 2020 1:00pm - 3:30pm
    Location
    T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, Inc.
    Address
    2050 Beechmont Ave.
    CINCINNATI, OH 45230
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  • FOP Lodge #69

    Saturday, February 8, 2020 | 3:15pm
    When
    Saturday, February 8, 2020 3:15pm
    Location
    T P White & Sons Funeral Home
    Address
    2050 Beechmont Ave.
    CINCINNATI, OH 45230
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Service

    Saturday, February 8, 2020 | 4:00pm
    When
    Saturday, February 8, 2020 4:00pm
    Location
    St. Rose Church
    Address
    2501 Riverside Dr.
    CINCINNATI, OH 45202
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Linda Steffen

Posted at 04:31pm
Jean, I went to T.P. White’s web site and I just saw Jim’s death notice . I am so sorry for you and your family’s loss. I will keep you in my prayers. Linda Steffen
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Mary Piepmeyer Neill

Posted at 01:05pm
I remember Jim from my high school days, and a little after that. I knew him in his association and friendship with my brother, Joe, and the other caddy boys at Hyde Park Country Club.
I knew Him from his friendship with Mike Aiken, who I dated during that time. And from the fun gatherings at, 'the apartment'. What fun, happy times those were for that group. I vaguely remember, JeanAnn, when you and Jim started to be a 'thing'. Hmm, thought, "he's too old for her."Really?
Well, yes. Really. You two were cemented with super glue. I could always see his fervent and deep attraction to you, Jean. And vice versa. You were married and had children and grandchildren together. He was always what a man with a badge should be: honest, faithful, caring, hardworking, pleasant and happy. I am sure that there are many more positive attributes that Jim embodied. But all of that goodness was successful because of his steadfast love of, and with, you, Jean. And Amen. You will be together again in heaven, I have NO doubt.
For this short time on Earth, together you were able to create a little bit of heaven on Earth.
God bless.
Mary Piepmeyer Neill
PS. I wish that I could hug and hug you; we've been at a distance for so long. But you can never leave my heart, dear cousin.
 
DC

David Condo Posted at 06:16am

Yes, I've heard that they were called "The Hangers" because they were stuck together so much! Thanks so much for your condolence Mary, I will share all of these memories with my family.
KS

Kathy Scarberry

Posted at 09:23am
Jim was a sweet person to me.Jean may God bless you and your children,and grandchildren.Jimwas one of the regulars who would play cards on the weekends at the Laakes.Jim you are once again reunited with "Gramps and Grams" and I hope all 3 of you will pray for us.Kathy Scarberry
 
DC

David Condo Posted at 06:18am

Hi Kathy, yes we thought about "Gramps and Grams" a lot this week! Wonderful times at the Laake house. Thank you for reaching out and keeping all of them in your thoughts.
CC

Candis Condo

Posted at 07:45pm
Jim was my dear brother. My heart is broken that he is gone. My heart goes out to Jean and her family and to Mike, his twin brother. They were devoted to each other. Jim had a heart of gold and a great sense of humor. Though I live clear across country and we were always struggling with the time difference, we had many long conversations with lots of laughter. He always sent me an hysterical birthday card that put me in my place and tickled my funny bone. I will miss and love you forever.
 
DC

David Condo Posted at 06:23am

Thank you Aunt Candis! I remember being along side of him when he would talk with you over the phone, and seeing how much he enjoyed it, and the times when we saw each other in person were always fun. Thanks for the love and for everything.

Cindy Combs Roth

Posted at 09:19pm
Jim was a saint here on earth. I will forever treasure his friendship and how welcoming he was and how much I felt a part of his family. My prayers for his beautiful wife, Jean, and the family he leaves behind; his beautiful children, Dave, Becky and Jim and their families , brother Mike and family, and the Laake’s. You made so many feel loved and treasured. Praying you Rest In Peace , Jim, with lots of boxes of Goobers and Pepsi. and a winning season for the Reds. I’ll hold you in my heart forever. Thank you for being my friend.
 
DC

David Condo Posted at 08:10am

Thank you Cindy! You have been so helpful these past 24 hours. We shared many softball memories together, and my dad spoke about you often and with high regard, as someone who was an example for us. Thanks for your friendship to our family, and yes there will be some Pepsi drank on Saturday in his honor! David.
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