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The Actions of this Community

Published May 22, 2019

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The death of our nephew and cousin Jack Condulis has caused us indescribable sorrow. What has brought us comfort, however, are the actions of this community. All of them in one form or another have selflessly gifted us their prayers, well wishes, time, energy, goods, services, and most important, love. The amount of support they have given our family is almost impossible to believe, and we are eternally grateful to everyone for helping during this, the saddest time of our lives. A special thank you goes to the Old Saybrook Police Department, the schools, local businesses, restaurants, etc.

We know that the Condulis family has a long road to recover from Jack’s passing, but we know that if they can heal anywhere, it is right here in Old Saybrook. The community has shown us that, although we are grieving, we are not grieving in solitude. We give our deepest and most heartfelt gratitude to everyone for that and all of their support.

Meg Collier
Cincinnati, Ohio