May 5, 1926 – October 30, 2020
Dell Condry, age 94 of Bryant, Arkansas passed away Friday October 30, 2020. She was born the oldest of 6 children on May 5, 1926 to a Alvin Z. Tolleson and Myrtle Miller in Yellville, Arkansas. She was married to a Robert B. Condry he was a career military. they had two sons; Dennis R. Condry and Robert G. Condry two grandsons and two great grand daughters. She was a longtime member of Life Line Baptist Church of Little Rock. She was president of the Little Rock Red Hat Women's Club. We would like to thank the staff at the Manor Assisted Living Home of Bryant for their great care of mother. She loved life, friends and family. She will be laid to rest at Concord Cemetery in Furlow, Arkansas.
Monday, November 9, 2020
November 30, 2020
Aunt Dell was very special to me. She was always kind and warm to me and I enjoyed the time we spent together. She loved to talk, laugh, and be around others she cared for. I will truly miss her and the sweetness she brought into the world.
In loving memory,
Jessica and Farid Hadji
November 12, 2020
Aunt Dell was a part of my life since 1977 when I married her nephew Steve. Family was important to her and she always made us feel welcome on our visits to Arkansas from Florida. She was famous for her chocolate biscuits and would fix them for us when we visited. I never did get that recipe from her!! 😋 She will be missed. Love Dawn and Steve.
November 12, 2020
I have such fond memory’s of my Aunt Dell, sadly we did not get together a lot, but when we did they were great times. Dell was a loving mother, big sister and aunt she will be dearly missed and always hold a special place in our hearts. Love Ruby, Debbie and Bill
November 3, 2020
When my mom moved into the Manor, Dell was the first one to be her friend. They lived next door & were best friends, they ate all their meals together. My mom loved her "spunk". Mom said Dell could get stuff done. My mom will miss her so very much. I was very happy that mom had a good friend like Dell. Our prayers are with you. Cathy Webb & Evelyn Hughes