Albert John Condrack

Born: Tue., Oct. 16, 1934
Died: Thu., Apr. 16, 2020

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Albert J. Condrack, age 85, of Port Carbon, PA passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, April 16th, 2020 at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Schuylkill, East, in Pottsville.
Born in New Philadelphia, PA on October 16, 1934, he was the son of the late Albert A. and Constance (Selesky) Condrack.
Albert was a graduate of Soldiers Memorial High School, Class of 1953. He served in the U.S. Army for over 20 years earning the rank of Staff SGT and doing a tour in the Vietnam War. After Albert retired from the Army, he worked for the Pottsville Hospital and then the Fairlane Village Mall. He was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in Port Carbon, a member of the Port Carbon and Saint Clair Senior Citizens and Al was an avid Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles fan, who loved all sports.
Albert is survived by his wife of 59 years, Linda L. (Walters) Condrack; two sons: William A. Condrack and his wife Deborah and Roger C. Condrack and his wife Sharon; four grandchildren: Adessa, Emma, Sefton and his wife Jessica, and Amanda; five great-grandchildren: Isabella, Ellie, Keegan, Jonas, and Lila; two brothers: Richard and his wife Deanna, and John Condrack; and two nephews: Keith and Kevin.
Services and interment with Military Honors will be held private with the CDC guidlines, with Rev. Lorraine Heckman officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Grace United Methodist Church 223 Pike Street Port Carbon, PA 17965.
The Robert A Evans Jr Funeral Home in Port Carbon is in charge of arrangements. Please send condolences to

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   Posted Sun April 19, 2020
Albert,Al,Binny,Duffer.He was called by many a name. Won't mention what Linda would call him from time to time,to me he was Big Brother. Many Sundays i would have Polka Joe play him a toon on the local radio station,as i did this morning. Wasn't the same,he didn't call and tell me he heard it! Didn't get to spend much time with him during our younger years while his Army career was going on,thank you for your service. Finally when we got to spend some time together,it went by to quickly! Love you,little brother Richie

George & Lynn Smith & family
   Posted Tue April 21, 2020
Rich & Family
so sorry to hear of your brothers passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.