ForeverMissed
Jane Condon of Delanco, N.J. passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 26. She was 88.  She also lived for many years in Wayne, NJ and Coxsackie, NY.
She was the loving wife of the late David W. Condon for almost 60 years, dear mother to Bill (Linda), and David, and loving grandmother to Bradley Condon, Kristen Murter (Dan), and Holly Condon, Linda's children Krista Guerrieri, Dana Guerrieri and Rachel Wolf (Josh), and great grandmother to Jason.  

Jane worked for many years for the Wayne, NJ school system as a teacher's aide in a classroom for special needs children.  She was very active in her church and was a Deacon at the First Presbyterian Church of Burlington.  She was also a volunteer for Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly where she worked with the chaplain providing comfort and prayers for people on the terminally ill floor.

Jane may be best known for her graceful feet as she loved to go ballroom dancing with her husband Dave.  After several years of Arthur Murray dance lessons they were the hit of the dance floor at many family and social events.
 
A gathering of friends and family will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, March 14th at Trinity Presbyterian Church on Route 70 in Cherry Hill, NJ.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 
alz.org
Posted by Barbara De Lorenzis on March 8, 2020
I worked with Jane and her husband back in Wayne NJ when her boys and my children were in the high school band. We were part of the WayneHills Boosters for the HS band and coordinated events for the band to help raise money for their trips. 
We had a lot of laughs and those memories will stay with me when I think of Jane. Rest in peace Jane.

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Posted by Barbara De Lorenzis on March 8, 2020
I worked with Jane and her husband back in Wayne NJ when her boys and my children were in the high school band. We were part of the WayneHills Boosters for the HS band and coordinated events for the band to help raise money for their trips. 
We had a lot of laughs and those memories will stay with me when I think of Jane. Rest in peace Jane.
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