BURLINGTON FLATS – George C. Kondrick, 73, a mailer at the New York Times headquarters in Manhattan for 40 years until his retirement in 2005, passed away peacefully on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 30, 2017 in Focus Rehabilitation & Nursing at Otsego.
George was born on Nov. 26, 1944 in Brooklyn, a son to the late John A. and Catherine Schaefer Kondrick. He was raised and educated in Brooklyn and graduated from Richmond Hill High School.
On June 25, 1969, he married the former Cheryl Niebling in Queens, a loving union of 48 years.
For many years, he and Cheryl owned land on County Highway 16, Burlington Flats as a place to get away, but in 2005 they made it their home.
George enjoyed the outdoors in the Town of Burlington, their pond, the many apple trees he cared for, and the hundreds of oak trees that filled the land. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and was a member of the NRA.
In addition to his wife Cheryl; he is survived by son, Craig Kondrick of Burlington Flats; three daughters, Catherine (Peter) Konovitch of Levittown, Christine Kondrick of Glendale, Cynthia Kondrick of Burlington Flats; a brother, John (Frances) Kondrick of Burlington Flats; a sister, Catherine Schumacher of East Hampton, Long Island; five grandchildren, Christopher (Nicole) Konovitch, Kevin (Sarah) Konovitch, Timothy Konovitch, Sean Kondrick, Sabrina Kondrick; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Besides his parents, he was preceeded in death by a son, Charles Kondrick, and a brother, Robert Kondrick.
Funeral services for Mr. Kondrick have already taken place. Funeral arrangements are with J. Seaton McGrath Funeral Home 40 West James St., Richfield Springs.