Margaret Condor, 93, WWII sergeant, Women's Army Corps

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Margaret M. Condor, 93, a 53-year resident of Oak Park, died on July 3, 2014. Born on Oct. 28, 1920 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she was a ground-breaking sergeant of the 609th Army Counter-Intelligence Corp., Women's Army Corps (WAC), during WWII. She also worked for Baskin Clothing Co., in Chicago and more recently (and compassionately) at the front desk of the Oak Park Public Library. 

Margaret Condor is survived by her children, Jim (Paula Ferguson), Bob (Mary) and Deborah and her grandchildren, Caley, Lisa, Arthur and Lana. She was the sister of the late Mary (the late George) McAdoo, Isabel (the late Ted) Jenkins, Jane (the late Ralph) Hall, and Andrew Mulholland and the aunt of Georgeanna (Rob) Moncrief, Laureen (Michael) McGuire, Dr. George McAdoo Jr., Sally Levine, Peggy Jane Hall and the late Kenny Hall. 

She was preceded in death by her son, William Condor, and her parents, Andrew and Sarah Mulholland.

A memorial service was held July 9, 2014 at Unity Church, Oak Park. In lieu of flowers, donations to Unity Church of Oak Park are appreciated.

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