AMerican Veteran 11

Theresa "Terry" Condon

May 19, 1955 ~ February 3, 2022 (age 66)


Theresa (Terry) Condon of Kingston, MA, passed away Feb 3, 2022 at the age of 66 at 
Massachusetts General Hospital after contracting the Covid virus. While the official cause of 
death is the virus, Terry was compromised with several underlying medical conditions. A 
fiercely self-assured, independent woman, she battled these issues valiantly all her life. 
She was born and raised in Middleboro, MA, graduating from Middleboro High School class of 
1973 and voted most popular of the class. Terry cherished her days growing up/living in 
Middleboro and had many life-long friends. A graduate of Massasoit College, she worked in 
retail, which required extensive travel in the eastern U.S., with the latter part of her career with 
the Mass General Hospital Facilities Management Dept.  
Terry developed Juvenile Diabetes, pre-teen, and fought with it almost all her life. With the onset 
of kidney failure, and reverting to dialysis, she underwent a kidney transplant donated by her 
sister, Cathy, in 2007. Then, in her quest to protect the new kidney and shed her diabetes, she 
doggedly pursued a pancreas transplant, receiving one in 2014 at the University of Maryland 
Medical Center in Baltimore, MD, which greatly improved her quality-of-life for a time. She 
had, however, numerous other maladies, mainly as a result of her earlier diabetes, which she 
struggled with the remainder of her life to the amazement of her medical staff at Mass General 
who considered her somewhat of a medical miracle. 
Terry was the youngest of five children of Leonard and Josephine Condon, and is survived by 
her brothers Paul Condon and wife Nancy of Middleboro, MA, Leonard Condon of Alexandria, 
VA, her sisters Catherine Kwesell and husband Jack of Humarock, MA, and Phyllis Martin and 
husband William of Fort Lauderdale, FL. She was pre-deceased by her parents and sister-in-law, 
Nancy (Piver) Condon. She is also survived by eight nieces and nephews, 16 grand nieces and 
nephews, and one great grandniece, all of whom she enjoyed very much spending time with. 
Terry leaves many wonderful, faithful friends and neighbors who helped and enriched her life. 
There will be no service at this time. A Celebration of Life will be held this spring. 
Terry volunteered many hours of her time to diabetes associations and veterans groups. In lieu of 
flowers, donations may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation,, or 
local veterans organizations. 

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Family to do services at later date

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