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In Memory of
Donald L. Conrad
March 21, 1928 - January 13, 2021

Visitation:
Saturday, January 23rd from 9:30 to 10:30 am at Moreland Funeral Home

Service:
Saturday, January 23rd at 10:30 am at Moreland Funeral Home

Interment:
Africa Cemetery

Donald L Conrad, age 92, of Lewis Center, Ohio and formerly of Middletown, Ohio, died Wednesday, Jan 13, 2021. He was born March 21, 1928 in Middletown, Ohio to Warren and Velma (Gray) Conrad. Graduated from Middletown High School in 1946. He worked and retired at Ohio Bell Telephone Company for 37 years as a Senior Engineer. Don served as a Boy Scout Troop Leader and was a member of Square Dance Clubs for many years. Loving husband of Dollie I. (Shoemaker) Conrad (Deceased). Father to Cheryl Funk, Deborah Halcomb, Donna Massey, Rita Cornwell and Scott Conrad. 14 Grand Children plus many Great Grandchildren and Great Great Grandchildren. A service will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, January 23rd at Moreland Funeral Home 55 East Schrock Road, Westerville, OH 43081 with visitation one hour prior to service. Interment Africa Cemetery. To view livestream, go to www.morelandfuneralhome.com and click on the link below the obituary at time of service.

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Condolences

Shirley Stein

Jan 20, 2021

I love Uncle Don so much. It is hard to believe that he has departed this life. However, he is with his Lord and love ones. I pray that the Lord will wrap his arms around each of you and give you the peace that surpasses all understanding and rest that only he can give. Love each and everyone of you. God bless you! Love, Shirley Stein

 

MICHAEL RAYBURN

Jan 20, 2021

My wife and I were sorry to hear about grandpa Don. He was someone I looked up to and was glad that I had an opportunity to spend time with. I will miss him greatly and will think of him often.

 

Harold Gibson

Jan 21, 2021

Susan and I would like to express our deepest sympathies to Don's Family. He and Dollie were both wonderful, loving members of our Church Family. Most recently, during the pandemic, I was Blessed to catch up with him, in-person at Church. He was always a very faith-filled man, who led by example and quietly inspired us all in The Faith. He and Dollie are truly at home now with The Lord. May God Bless each of you at this very difficult time. Love in Christ. Dean and Susan Gibson

 

Mary Lee Stocks

Jan 22, 2021

Dear Conrad Family, Please accept my deepest sympathies on Don's passing. I knew him through the Creative Writing group at SourcePoint, where I thoroughly enjoyed hearing the wonderful stories he shared from his life, and which I am sure many of you grew up hearing. I particularly enjoyed his stories about his starting out in life as a youg man, and his time in Service, as they sparked memories of mym dad and grandfather for me. Don made many contributions to our world, and he will be remembered with joy. I hope that when your sorrow is not so fresh, that, that joy will color your memories of him. With ayers and Condolences, Mary Lee Stocks

 

Mary Melton

Jan 23, 2021

Uncle Don was very special person in my life in my childhood and as a adult . We would sit and talk and he would share his times at his work and where they went camping in all the states . We would visit them one weekend and they would come and visit us too. He loved his church too. God bless the family . My God give you all comfort and strength. Love you all.

 

Charlotte & David Isbell

Jan 23, 2021

Our payers and thoughts are with you. The service was very nice - I watched it virtually. Uncle Don will always be remembered, missed and loved. Hugs to the family. Love David and Charlotte

 

Ron & Patty Flack

Jan 23, 2021

 

Sabrina Joyner

Jan 24, 2021

You are greatly missed great great grandpa. Truly loved and was such a great man. I wish I could have gotten to know your more.

 

Warren & Ccece Robbins

Jan 25, 2021

Conrad Family, It is always sad to read about the passing of a neighbor. Dollie and Don were wonderful to us when we moved across the street on Powell Road. We use to feed the chickens when they went away. Their kindness will be missed. We extend our sympathy to the family.