Obituaries

Maurice "Mickey" Edward Condron

February 12, 1941 - August 9, 2017

Maurice “Mickey” Edward Condron, 76, of Batavia passed away August 9, 2017 at his home.  He was born February 12, 1941 in Yankton, SD the son of William and Virginia Peel Condron. 

Mickey was united in marriage to Shirley Havlicek August 5, 1967 in Bartlett, IL.  Together, they raised two sons residing in Schaumburg, IL.  Shirley passed away following a battle with cancer on November 19, 1992.  Mickey remarried to Judy Mees on April 12, 2014 in Batavia, IL.  Mickey was employed as a Certified Financial Planner having a successful career with Mass Mutual.  Mickey loved the outdoors and to travel.  He was an avid hunter and loved to compete in field trials with his award winning Brittanys.  He also loved listening to the Rolling Stones, Bob Seger and Fleetwood Mac.   

He is survived by his wife Judy Condron; two sons Brian (Amanda) Condron and Patrick (Jennifer) Condron; eight grandchildren; Meghan and Abbey Martin, Emma and Ryan DeGraf, Tyler and Ryan and Cash and Evie Condron; a sister Renae Holm; and Judy’s daughters, Cheryl (Tim) Martin, Christine (Mike) DeGraf and Carrie Meccia. 

He is preceded in death by his first wife Shirley.

Visitation will be held 1:00 P.M. until 4:00 P.M. Sunday, August 13, 2017, at Moss Family Funeral Home 209 South Batavia Ave. Batavia, IL.

Funeral services will begin with prayers 10:00 A.M. Monday August 14, 2017, from Moss Family Funeral Home, before proceeding to Holy Cross Catholic Church 2300 Main Street Batavia, IL to celebrate Mass at 10:30 A.M.  Following the funeral Mass graveside committal services will be held at 1:00 P.M. at St. Michael The Archangel Cemetery 1185 West Algonquin Road Palatine, IL. 

Memorial contributions may be directed to Living Well Cancer Resource Center 442 Williamsburg Avenue Geneva, IL 60134 or American Cancer Society 225 North Michigan Avenue #1200 Chicago, IL 60601. 

Guest Book

  • Ron Susi Mickey was a good friend over the years. i will miss the conversations and fall bird hunts. i remember all the good laughs and trips to shooting events. God speed my friend.
  • Vincent Nardone Mickey was truly a special person. I knew whenever I was around Mickey I could be me - and of course, Mickey would be Mickey no matter who was present! :) His jokes and down to earth personality ALWAYS made my day during my shifts at Chifk-fil-A or when visiting him and Judy. I guess you could call that the "Mickey affect!" So grateful for his life, and for you, Judy. I will be praying for you Judy.
  • Julie & Greg Asmus My sympathy and prayers to you Judy and the family. I was priveledged to meet them about 5 years ago and help show their dog Dillon. They introduced me to thai food and sticky rice with mango. Had fun talking about dogs and hunting.
  • Harry Hoferle I met Mickey while pledging Alpha Beta Gamma Fraternity at DePaul University. Although Mickey had already left DePaul, he was a good friend of my brother Dick, also a member of ABG. I have fond memories of Mickey's kindness and gentle personality. He traveled to northern Minnesota with Dick for at least one fishing trip..This occurred in June, 1964. My sincere condolences to the entire Condron family on the loss of Mickey
  • Jon St. Clair Just won't be the same without ya Mickey. I feel like I have known you most of my life, even though it has only been 8 awesome years. We shared the dog world, food and drink. It was always great to to see you and catch up on the things we have done since we last saw each other. I will truly miss you my friend.
  • Judy Kjellsen Always looked forward to Mickey and Judy's visit in the store! He always had a joke or funny story to tell and I loved hearing about "Dillon" and his antics. One of a kind and will be missed by many. Thinking of Judy and the rest of the family as you say your final goodbyes. Blessed to know Mickey!
  • Jim & Adrienne Mills Micky was such a great man. He always had a tale to tell and a smile. He will be sorely missed. God speed friend.
  • MJ Garnier Sorry for your loss. whenever I think of taking my auto in for repairs, Condron Car Care comes to mind. your dad was alsys helpful to my mother and many others I am sure. He will be remembered and live in memory.
  • Gene & Neveta Salmons Mickey will be missed. We really enjoyed his turkey hunting stories and he enjoyed ours.
  • Mary Brumley Judy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you at this time.
  • Joe Hare So sorry for your loss...
  • Caprice Sellard I'm so very sorry to hear of Mickey's passing. He was such a kind, generous man who gave me invaluable financial, personal and political guidance over the last 17 years. Mickey was a good man and loyal friend. My thoughts and prayers are with Mickey's family during this difficult time.
  • Deb Smelt Mickey was a wonderful friend. He always had a joke to tell. Will drink a bourbon or two in your memory. Thought and prayers to Judy and family.
  • Eva and Robert Benson Eva and I met Mickey and Judy at Brian's Ironman competition. We shared a fun day rooting on Brian and will miss him very much. Our deepest sympathy to Judy, Brian, Patrick and the entire family.
  • Susan mikoff Going to miss you Mickey. Who's going to razz me about my food post on Facebook. It is a far far better thing I do than I have ever done a far far better rest I go to than I have ever known. Charles Dickens. Rest in peace my friend.
  • Mike, Donna & Leah Wilshire Mickey always had a smile and a joke, and Leah especially remembers him showing her jokes and tricks on his phone. Our pot luck get togethers in Ionia with the famous phrase: Mickey's meat can't be beat! His venison and other game meats were always cooked just right! Even though we haven't been able to get down to see him for a few years now, he will always be remembered by us and the Brittany community. Our thoughts and prayers to Judy and the family.
  • Diane Hedstrom So glad I got to know Mickey through the Brittany world - he always had a smile on his face. Prayers for Judy and the family.
  • Mike Poehler Mickey was the salt of the earth type of person. Always had a smile and a joke and a laugh. Mickey taught me how to drink fine scotch and got me into the sport of field trials with Brittanys. I will always remember hunting with Mickey and time spent laughing and sharing stories in his motor hone. Godspeed Mickey!
  • Diana Kubitz Mickey was a good friend and his loss will be felt deeply by all who knew him. Judy, we will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
  • Bob Craig We will miss you Mickey.