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61 comments on “Brendan Condon”

  1. Brendan and I first met in high jump competition around 1957-58, him for St Bede’s and me for De La. I can’t remember who bested who over several years but, in these circumstances, I declare him the winner. On a Thursday night at the RSL we often reflected on our declining athletic abilities, and admitted that we could not jump three feet each to add up to the six feet that we could clear individually in earlier years. Now he has taken the big High Jump before us and it leaves a hole in our lives, as the death of anyone close to us always does. If Brendan was watching his own funeral, he would probably have remarked that there were quite a few older people there! He could be both humorous and philosophical about such things. He was a good man. My condolences to Anita and to all the Condon family.

  2. Thank you for allowing us to celebrate Brendan’s life with you today. It was a lovely service. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother, son and friend. His memory will live on. Sending my condolences and love to you all.

    Simone xx

  3. Dear Anita ,Simon ,Cindy & Rachel my sincere condolences on the passing of your beautiful Brendan .Husband ,Father ,Grandfather .What a beautiful send off today . May your memories of happy fun time’s together always make you smile when you think of him xxx love to you all Jodie Christopher and Family xx

  4. RIP Brendan…it was a privilege to have known you…Thursday beers at the RSL will be remembered with great humour and political incorrectness ,solving the world,s problems ……you would have been suitably impressed with .today,s very special and moving service .

  5. My deepest sympathies to Anita, Simon, Cindy and Rachel. A beautiful service for a beautiful man, Brendan was always so friendly and welcoming to me in your family. Love always Grima

  6. Thankyou for the beautiful service. He was a wonderful person, a treasure of Mentone and will be sadly missed. Lots of fond memories.
    Condolences to all the Condon family.

  7. Very beautiful celebration of Brendan s life we were so pleased we could share the service with you -we send hugs and love until we can give them to you – love Lynette and Barry

  8. To Anita and family, Tom, Dennis and Maureen and families
    So glad we were able to be with you today in a virtual way. Our love and sympathy to you all.
    Mary and Pat Griffith (Bacchus Marsh)

  9. Dear Anita, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this very sad time. Lovely service.

  10. With sincere condolences to Anita and Family,
    Many happy memories of the years working with Brendan at the City of Mordialloc.

    Kind Regards
    Roy/Shirley Jones and Family (Marina Road)

  11. We’re thinking of you and send our love and sympathy to all the Condon’s.
    Beautiful service , music and eulogies, RIP Brendan.

  12. Dear Rachel and Peter, Anita, Lucinda and Simon,

    Brendan’s funeral was a beautiful testament to his life. I thought that Tom and Lucinda conveyed his story with gentle humour, sadness and love. A great selection of music provided an emotional accompaniment to all the photos of Brendan and his loving family. Whilst we could not be there, bearing witness to our friendship with Brendan in this way was very much appreciated.

    Love and condolences to you all,
    Lynne Evans and John Turley

  13. To Anita, Lucinda, Rachel, Simon and families, Tom, Denis and Maureen – my sincere condolences to you all. Thinking of you at this sad time and remembering Brendan knowing what a loss his death will be for all.

  14. To Anita, Peter and Rachel and all the family,
    A beautiful tribute to Brendan, and so pleased we could be part of it in some way.
    It must be so difficult to grieve without the close comfort of family and friends, but know that we have been thinking of you all, and that we shared this special time with you. Everything was beautiful- the church singing, music , photos and tributes. Rest in Peace now Brendan. All our love ,
    Julie Turley, Gary Easte.

  15. Beautiful service. Anita we are so glad we were able to watch it. We are about to have a beer in Brendan’s memory. Love Jack and Diane

  16. We are with you from Paynesville. Love to all the family at this difficult and sad time
    Anne and Terry Sullivan

  17. Anita and Lucinda and family So sorry for your loss. I knew Brendan when we were in the Mordialloc Life Saving Club together when he was going to St Bedes with a few other mates from the school also. He was always happy and great to be around. xx

  18. Thank you for allowing us to celebrate Brendan’s life with you. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. His memory will live on. Sending condolences and love to you all.

    Simone xx

  19. Marg Vallence
    Podge Vallence
    daughter Julie

    Anita, Tom, Dennis, Maureen and families,
    Thank you for allowing us to join you in this beautiful service. Sympathy to you all & may Brendan rest in peace xxx

  20. I feel so privileged to to have known such a beautiful man ( dad ), he will be sorely missed but forever in our hearts. Love to the Condon family.
    Fiona

  21. A lovely service, Cindy you spoke so well a lovely choice of words.
    My good wishes to Anita and all the family. Rest In Peace Brendan.
    Katherine Grima and family.

  22. Dear Anita ,Simon ,Cindy & Rachael my deepest condolences to you all on the passing of your Beautiful Brendan .Husband ,Father and Grandfather it was a beautiful send off for him may the wonderful memories of your family times together always make you smile whenever you think of him xx

  23. Such a beautiful tribute to a wonderful man. Lucinda he would have been so proud of you. My heart goes out to all the family. Xx

  24. What a lovely send off for a gorgeous man. Wish I could wrap my arms around all of you. Loved the photos, what a handsome young man he was. RIP Brendan. Love to you all xxxx

  25. Sincere condolences to Anita and family. Thank you for the service on line allowing us to feel part of Brendan’s farewell. Well done to all who attended and participated at the church.

    Our thoughts are with you all.

    Jill and Matt

  26. Sincere condolences to you all. Always a lovely family and Brendon was just such a wonderful husband, dad, grandad and friend. Love to you all- Lainie

  27. Dear Anita and family

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time of the passing of Brendan.
    Brian will miss there catch ups.

    Brian and Wendy Stone

  28. A beautiful farewell.
    Anita and Family my deep condolences
    Tom, Denis and Maureen. Thinking of you
    Lots a wonderful memories Tom

    John Stuart

    1. Our deepest sympathies to family and friends…thank you for allowing us into your beautiful service to farewell Brendan…we will defenitely miss his happy demeanor in the back bar on thursday nights…rip brendan

  29. Lucy, I was saddened to hear that your Dad passed away. My thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time. I hope you can all allow loving memories you have of your Dad to help you through this hard time. What a beautiful service. With Heartfelt Sympathy, Leanne Taylor xx

    1. We were with you all the way today and thinking of all the family at this sad time. We knew Brenda for fifty years and he was such a gentle man.Love Nola, Bob and family

  30. Off you go Brendan.
    Lovely words and music. A fitting tribute for a wonderful man that made me laugh. Thanks for making my childhood so much fun.
    Love to you Cindy, you spoke really well, he was always proud of you, hugs to you Anita, Simon, Rachel and families.

  31. Rest in peace Brendan all your family and friends adored you and will love you forever, my thoughts are with you all.
    Elizabeth and I are so sorry for your loss.

  32. Off you go Brendan.
    Lovely words and music. A fitting tribute
    Love to you Cindy ( you spoke really well), Anita, Simon, Rachel and families.

  33. Tom, I’m with you in spirit today to farewell Big Red. My abiding memory of Bren is his flashing white spikes on that momentous day that he led St. Bedes to the ACC athletics title (57/58?).
    RIP Big Red.

  34. Watching from Mexico and remembering what a great man Brendan was… it has been a while since I shared a beer with him but he was always full of great advice and wisdom and no-one had a laugh like him…. condolences to all.

  35. Barry & Roberta Lowe
    Thinking of you today.
    Brendan will be missed on Thursday nights
    at the RSL a lovely man.

  36. Sending much love to you all – thinking of you often all at this difficult time.

    Cind you were blessed to have such a wonderful role model, mentor, best friend, and supporter in your treasured and kind Dad xo

    Much love Michelle, Matthew, Thomas, Finlay, Aidan & Mason Jackman

  37. If men were measured by the love of their family, Brendan Condon would have been a giant. I imagine the Southern Cross shines a little less bright now without him in the world. Love to all the Condons. I will forever be grateful for the time I got to spend with Brendan.

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