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Condron, Andrew “Pete”

Andrew ‘Pete’ Condron took his last walk around the city this past weekend, he was 72. Pete lost his battle to diabetes, passing quietly in his home on December 17, 2017.
Born in Sudbury on December 16, 1945, he lived most of his life in the city, but spent a few years in Toronto and Vancouver. He leaves his wife Rita, daughters Kelly Ann and Carol Ann and their husbands, grandchildren Avery and Aubrey, sisters Patricia Brouillette, Betty Mertin, Katherine McGinn, and many nieces and nephews. Pete loved hockey, pizza, Turtles chocolate, and walking. Not necessarily in that order. He hated peas, being cold, and bullies. In true Pete fashion there will be no funeral service, but feel free to take a spin around the town in his memory.

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  1. My sincere condolences on Pete’s passing. I knew “Petoo” (likely a nickname given by Mr. Guillbeau) when he lived with him and his “cousin” Andy in Gatchell during the early years, 1950’s/’60’s. He was a good guy and in excellent physical condition and when we did meet then, got along well. Would see him occasionally, walking in Sudbury, over the next many years. Wish you well during this difficult time!

    Posted by:Larry
    December 28, 2017

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