Thomas Anthony Condon

March 6, 1931April 8, 2019

Thomas A. Condon, of Plainfield, passed away peacefully on April 8, 2019. Tom was born March 6, 1931 in Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. He is the loving husband to the late Nora Condon; devoted father to Joan (Bob) Tasa; Tom (Erin) Condon; David (Jalene) Condon; proud grandfather to Richard, Marie, and Katherine Tasa, Ryan and Evan Condon; cherished brother to the late Patrick Condon, Kitty O’Brien and Peggy Fox. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially with all of his grandchildren. Visitation will be Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 8:45 am until the time of his prayer service at 10:15 am at Chapel Hill Garden South Funeral Home (11333 S. Central Ave; Oak Lawn, IL). Going directly to St. Linus Catholic Church for 10:45 am Mass of Christian Burial. He will be laid to rest in Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made towards American Heart Association or to an Animal Charity of your choice.


  • American Heart Association
  • Animal Charity of the donor's choice


  • Visitation Saturday, April 13, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, April 13, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, April 13, 2019

Thomas Anthony Condon

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Della Mccarthy

April 12, 2019

Sincere sympathy to all the family on the death of a wonderful uncle,and friend .My earliest memory of Tom in Ireland is carrying me on his shoulder as I was too tired to walk as a six year old in Clonmel . I use to love when Tom came home from Chicago as he would bring me everywhere. I had occasion to.visit him twice at his home in Chicago and enjoyed spending time with him , Nora and my cousins. We kept in touch regularly by phone over the years and use to reminisce of earlier days in Ireland .Rest in peace Tom will miss our chats terribly.


Sandy Bush

April 11, 2019

To the Condon Family -

My sincere condolences on your loss.
I have several wonderful memories growing up with Tom and Nora's children.
They were always sweet and kind and welcomed anyone into their home as part of the family.
My funniest memory was their dog Frisky, who definitely lived up to his name, we all loved him just the same.
We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.

Sandy and Greg

Theresa Collier

April 10, 2019

Joan has been my best friend since we met in 1st grade at St. Basil and I have been blessed to know Tom (Mr. Condon) for more than 50 years. While I have many fond memories of this special man, I will always remember him as being very kind and gentle, and I will miss him very much. He loved spending time with his family, especially on Sundays - always going out for a Sunday drive. He also had a love for children and dogs, and I will never forget "Frisky" (one of the first family dogs). He would say, "that stupid dog", because Frisky was a little crazy and on the wild side, but we all knew he loved Frisky anyway. I think my fondest memory would be the home videos he would take when Joan and I were growing up, capturing birthday parties and trick or treating. Those videos keep our childhood memories alive and will always be cherished. Even as the years went by, Tom and Nora (or as I call them, Mr. and Mrs. Condon) continued to make me and my daughters feel like family which I hold very dear to my heart. They are and always will be my family too.

Love, Theresa