Martin Condon Obituary, Death – It was brought to our attention this morning with a tremendous amount of sadness on all of our hearts that our Chairman and former Managing Director, Mr. Martin Condon, had gone away late on Tuesday evening at the age of 75. The news was brought to our attention with great difficulty. It was confirmed that Martin Condon had passed away. Our insides are churning with an overwhelming amount of grief at the moment. On Tuesday evening, it was shared with everyone that Martin Condon had left the building.
The Bon Secours Hospital in Cork City was where Martin spent the last few days of his life in order to receive medical attention and care. During this time, he was around by loved ones, including friends and relatives, who were there to support and comfort him. Martin was taken to the hospital, but he did not have a chance of surviving for very long once he got there. Our most heartfelt condolences and unflinching support go out to Martin’s cherished wife Geraldine, as well as to his brother Anthony and sister Margaret, as well as to his numerous nephews, nieces, and friends.
Martin will be greatly missed by all. Martin was a lovely husband, and he will be missed very much by his family and friends. Martin will be remembered fondly by everyone who had the honor of getting to know and care for him during his lifetime. After that, we shall begin the preparations for the funeral by making the necessary arrangements so that it can take place as planned. During this trying time, we would like to extend our deepest condolences to Geraldine and the rest of Martin’s family, as well as to the entire Cavanaghs of Charleville team.
We know that you will all find comfort in knowing that we are thinking of you. We hope that knowing that you are in our thoughts brings you some measure of solace. Martin will soon be able to relax and take it easy, which is something I sincerely wish for him and pray will happen soon enough. He is an excellent example of what it means to carry oneself in a manner that is fitting for a gentleman, both in and outside of the professional setting. RIP Martin