Condrey, Sr., Alexandria Milton


Alexandria Milton Condrey Sr, 84, went to be with the Lord on June 26, 2022. He was born on October 11, 1937. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Bobbie Jo Condrey; his daughter, Deborah Condrey Waters; his son, Alex Condrey Jr, (April); his grandchildren, Anthony Condrey (Virginia), Renee Roberts (Tripp), Ashleigh Hughes (Bobby), Alexa Stegner (Chris), Daniel Waters (Hallie), Claire Waters; and his great grandchildren; AJ Condrey, Gracie Condrey, Stephen Roberts, Mackenzie Roberts, Aubrey Hughes, Cassidy Hughes, Lou Lou Waters, Miller Waters, Easton Stegner, and Reece Stegner. He is also survived by his brothers, William Condrey (Louise), Howard Condrey, Alan Condrey (Marie) and 1 sister, Joyce Condrey.  Milton lived his life faithfully believing in the Lord, while faithfully providing for his family. He will be missed.

The funeral service will be on Thursday, June 30th at Ragland Baptist Church at 11 am with a 1 hour visitation prior. The reception will follow after the funeral service in the reception hall. The internment will be held at 2 pm at Greenwood Memorial Gardens.

  • Listing ID: 4322

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  1. Milton was a prime example of a life well lived by living his very best to honor the word of God by his actions and deeds. Our family enjoyed many many meals, hay rides, cookouts and work days together. You could stop by unannounced and before you knew it there you would be enjoying some tasty treat that Bobbie had whipped up and catching up on life. Milton was always an encourager to Jeff and I as we were raising our young family to testify to what the Lord had brought him thru. Bobbi & family, please know you are in our thoughts and prayers and if you need anything at all please don’t hesitate to call on us. We will see you on Thursday.
    Love ya, Jeff & Kim Spangler and family

  2. Sending our deepest reqrets to the Condrey Family. I know he was well liked by everyone and looked up to as an example of life by all. I thought so much of Mr Condrey for all the years that I operated the store. Always had kind words and greeted me with that warm smile. Prayers and sympathy to each of you.
    Brenda Kiser and Malcolm Price

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