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FLOWER MOUND, TX - Gregory Scott Condon of Flower Mound, Texas, passed away on Monday, March 1, the day before his 54th birthday.

Born in Bangor, Maine, Greg attended Bangor schools. He spent many of his formative years playing Little League baseball and YMCA basketball both as a player and a coach. Later in life, he continued his love of sports as a coach for his children's soccer and baseball teams. Greg was also on the Bangor High School tennis team. After high school, he went on to graduate from the University of Maine. While at UMO, he took off a semester to work on an oil rig in Wyoming. In 1990, he moved to Texas where he met his wife, Margaret Jasso, while employed at DacEasy. Most of his adult career was spent working for Microsoft until his retirement in 2000.

Greg had a passion for life. Growing up, he loved fishing and camping with his family. After his move to Texas, he participated in marathons, triathlons, and obstacle races always trying to best himself, often running with his children. An avid reader, he treasured reading to his children as a way to wake them up for school. He loved Halloween and Christmas; spending many hours on decorations and surprises much to the delight of his family and neighbors. His quick wit, smart intellectual humor, and profound knowledge of useless trivia provided endless entertainment to everyone who knew him.

Greg is survived by his three children, Charles Parker, Spencer Alphonse, and Katherine Rose, as well as his very dear friend and mother of his children, Margaret Jasso Condon. He is also survived by his parents, Ronald and Mary Ann Condon, a sister Suzanne Condon, an aunt, Rose Mary Hencinski and husband, George Hencinski, and an uncle, Rick Condon. He was predeceased by a sister, Cheryl Condon.

A memorial service celebrating Greg's life will be held on Monday, March 7, 2016 at 2:00pm at Flower Mound Family Funeral Chapel.
Published on  March 5, 2016
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