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Phyllis E.Condon, 96, passed away peacefully with her loving family by her side on March 12, 2023 while
residing at Tockwotton on the Waterfront in Rhode Island. Born in Brockton and formerly of Parkwood
Beach, Wareham, MA.
She was the loving wife of the late John J. Condon. In her later years, she was the wife of the late
Warren Fergerson. Phyllis was predeceased by her husbands, her mother and father; Bertram Lewis and
Edna (Schmidt) Lewis of Brockton, Golden Shores, Florida & Parkwood Beach, Wareham, her sister;
Jeannie Hallisey of FL, and her grandson, Jack Condon of Lakeville, MA
She leaves behind her children, John P. Condon and wife Brenda of Lakeville, MA, Jeannie M. Condon of
Warwick, RI, Suzanne (Condon) Burke and husband Kevin Burke of Parkwood Beach, Wareham and
Stephen L. Condon of Charlotte, NC.
Phyllis also leaves her beloved grandchildren; Ashley E. (Burrill) Frey and husband Billy Frey of Wareham,
MA, Ryanne (Condon) Moody of Burleson, TX, Meaghan C. Condon and partner Patrick (P.J.) Fernandes
of Plymouth, Richard J. Condon of Lakeville, MA, Maria Katherine Condon, Nicholas J. Condon, Susannah
G. Condon all of Charlotte, NC. Her great grandchildren: Cameron J. Quinn of Wareham, MA and Roland
of Houston, TX. Phyllis also leaves her godchild Ellen (O’Connor) Taxiera of Raynham and a large
extended family of nieces, nephews, cousins, step-children, and their families.
Phyllis (Lewis) was a graduate of Brockton High School. She worked for several years at the Quincy
Shipyard and attended Boston University, thoroughly enjoying her college years with many stories to
share. She married her high school sweetheart, Joe and they began their loving family. Phyllis’s joy of
her life was being a mother and having her family to care for and spend time with. She was a wonderful
mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, cousin and friend to all.
Phyllis enjoyed traveling with her husband Joe and family throughout various parts of the country. She
enjoyed music; she played the piano and loved to sing along to music at any chance she got. She loved to knit, crochet and sew. She made many dresses and outfits for her girls when they were young. She was very creative and enjoyed all of her crafts including painting and weaving her beautiful Nantucket
Baskets. She enjoyed sailing and beach life!
Phyllis liked to volunteer for many charities and was a member of the Tobey Hospital Guild, Wareham
Garden Club and was an active member of the Parkwood Beach Association running many years of
whist parties and bake sales.
Phyllis took up golf and was a member of the Little Harbor Country Club enjoying her weekly team
competition. She enjoyed walking daily, yoga and always led an active life.
Phyllis enjoyed having her family gatherings at her home overlooking the bay. Everyone was always
welcome. She loved to have weekend family dinners and enjoyed dining out. Her passion was shopping.
She loved to “shop till you drop” followed by an chocolate ice cream soda. She enjoyed tracing her
family tree, landscaping, gardening and working in her yard. She always had a beautiful yard to relax in.
Phyllis loved to be with people and family. She will sadly be missed by all.
Visiting hours will be held on Thursday March 16, from 4-6pm in the Wareham Village Funeral Home 5
Center street Wareham, MA 02571. Funeral Mass Friday March 17, at 11 O’clock in Saint Patrick’s
Church, 94 High Street, Wareham followed by interment in Agawam Cemetery Stillman Memorial Dr.
To leave a message of condolence for the family please visit www.warehamvillagefuneralhome.com
In lieu of flowers, a donation for a Memorial may be made to the Parkwood Beach Association, 2 Ash
Street, Wareham, MA 02571
Parkwood Beach Association
2 Ash Street, Wareham MA 02571