May 19, 1946 – July 7, 2021
Susan Condon, 75, of Greenwich, CT and New York City (and, if she had her way, Paris) passed away peacefully on July 7th of a glioblastoma. Born in Poughkeepsie, NY on May 19, 1946 and raised in Brockton, MA, she was the daughter of Doris and Joseph Condon. Susan graduated from Barnard in 1968.
She studied Russian history and literature and spent a summer at the University of Leningrad. She then earned a master’s of international affairs from Columbia University where she held a National Defense Foreign Language fellowship. Years later she graduated from Boston College Law School and worked as a tax lawyer at Exxon (in New York and Hong Kong) and later for Mobil. She deeply loved her husband of 35 years, Dennis McDade. They spent nine glorious years in London, exploring the city and traveling all across Europe. Above all else, they valued friends, family, and cocktail hour. Susan is survived by her sisters Jane Condon and Nancy Allatt and their husbands Ken Bartels and Peter Allatt. Aunt Susie was a second mother to her two nephews Todd Condon Bartels and McDonald Condon Bartels (and adored his fiancée Miriam Roure Parera). She cherished niece Lauren Walsh, great-niece Spencer Walsh, and blonde lab Roger. Susan also had a great fondness for Dennis’ daughters Diane McDade (and partner Barry Mitzman) and Grace Babikian (and children Darcey and Colin). In lieu of flowers, please raise a glass of chardonnay to one of the most positive, kind, devoted, loving and big-hearted people who ever lived.
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August 20, 2021
I met Susan at an Italian class when she was living in London. We became good friends and had many good times together including evenings with Dennis and my husband Simon. She was a wonderful Aunt and we met her nephew when he was staying with her in London. I met up with them in Greenwich a few years ago now, but I last saw Susan in London a couple of years ago when she asked me to stay with her in the US, sadly covid got in the way. I thought Susan was a lovely, kind, caring person, also lots of fun to be with and always interested in hearing about my daughters and my life. Sadly my husband died before Dennis. So I will miss her hugely.
August 11, 2021
Susie is a wonderful ,kind and warm hearted lady,I know her at first when we work with the Bartels every Christmas Day,and then I was her caregiver since she arrived from the rehab tell her last breath,I feel what she feels when her sickness attack her but then we have a lot of fun when she in good mood even though sometimes she never let me slept at night. but I saw her that ,she’s trying to fight for her sickness and we try to feel her comfortable to live and spend time on her own house.I feel she’s happy when she comes back to her own home and especially when her loved ones visits her everyday and some of her friends too. And on her last breath I was on her side.I missed her so much may Susie Rest In Peace and she in good hands now,she’s now in the mansion our Almighty Father in heaven with her parents and her beloved husband Dennis.