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Kaul Funeral Home

28433 Jefferson Ave, St. Clair Shores, MI

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Frank Condino

24 décembre 192818 mars 2020

The Honorable Frank Condino, age 91 a longtime resident of Grosse Pointe Woods, passed away on March 18, 2020. He was preceded in death by his wife Mary Ann. Frank is survived by his children: Catherine (Stephen) Sadlier, Karen (Joseph) Kenney, Frank J. (Catherine) Condino, Thomas (Elizabeth) Condino, Anne Maginnis; grandchildren: Brian (Jackie) Riggle, Kristen Riggle, Michael (Sara) Condino, Andrew Condino, Carolyn Condino, Connor Maginnis, Jane Maginnis; great-grandchildren: Adriana Condino, Olivia Riggle; and his sister: Joann (Gene Reck) Condino. He was a graduate of University of Detroit, University of Detroit Law School, an Administrative Law Judge with the State of Michigan and adjunct teacher at Macomb Community College. In lieu of flowers donations to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St Jude PL, Memphis, TN 38105, would be appreciated. A private celebration of life will be held at a later date.

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Kurt Halsey

mars 25, 2020

Anne - I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I hope for peace and comfort to you and your family during this difficult time.

Anne Cherry

mars 24, 2020

Frank moved into Lakeshore Senior Living soon after my father, Bill (Vito) Pellegrino, moved there. They seemed to have an immediate bond with each other. They sat at the same dining table with a great group of guys where they shared life stories and complained about pretty much everything. I joined this group several times when they played trivia. Their group name was the Brain Trust! When I visited, Frank would seek me out, calling me the daughter from Boston. My sisters said he’d ask about me. He was so sincere in sharing our grief after my father passed away last year. I made one last visit a few months later and made sure I spent time with Frank. He was truly a special man. My condolences to his family.

Gary Brasseur

mars 24, 2020

Frank became a very close friend essentially from the first day I met him in 1977. I was a newly appointed workers' compensation law judge (ALJ) in Detroit. Frank was an established ALJ who lived in Grosse Pointe. When I moved from Flint to Grosse Pointe with my wife, Barbara, and three kids under age 7, Frank was there for us. Frank introduced me to all of his close friends whom he had known since his college days. Frank's close friends became my close friends. There are so many Frank stories/events I would not know where to start, or where to end. I will share just one. When my father passed away in Alpena many years ago, Frank and two other dear friends drove up north to be with me when I really needed a close friend. That's what true friends do. My last communication to Frank was when I just sent him a St. Patrick's Day card and a modest Irish gift. As everyone knows, Frank was a fiercely proud Italian. The reason behind my sending the card and gift was related to the special personal relationship we had that I will not share. I was very fortunate to have Frank as a friend. I will miss him very much. May God bless you Frank.

Gary Brasseur
Green Valley, Arizona/Lost Lake Woods

Marie Palazzolo-Pacitto

mars 20, 2020

Dear Condino Family,
We are very sorry for the loss of your beloved patriarch, Frank Condino. You must have been so proud of him over the many years of his life. He left behind a legacy, but is now reunited with your loved ones who have gone before him.
We hope & pray that you are comforted by the many memories you shared. You truly took great care of him until his passing, May he Rest In Peace.
A donation will be sent to the Children’s hospital in his honor.
Virtual hugs at this difficult time to all of you,
Marie & Mike Pacitto