CYNTHIA ANNE (JONES) CONDON GREEN TORRANCE, Calif. – Cynthia Green passed away Aug. 8, 2008, in California. She was born Sept. 4, 1927, in Providence, R.I., the daughter of the late Arthur and Jeanne Jones. Cynthia graduated from Framingham High School, Framingham, Mass., and excelled in academics and sports. Cynthia was involved in it all, from basketball to president/founder of a “Frank Sinatra Fan Club.” She and her parents summered in Hope and helped her father, who ran a boy’s day camp on Hobbs Pond. She studied at Rhode Island School of Design. In 1948 she married William H. Condon, and had six children. The family lived in seven states, settling in Phoenix. After she and Bill divorced, she taught swimming lessons. She also worked in management for Revlon and Snelling & Snelling. Cynthia met Tim Green, married and moved to Maine. They owned two antique stores, The Red Shed and Antiques at the Beach. She wrote “From the Elm Tree,” for Belfast Waldo Independent. After Tim’s death, she moved to Tuscon, Ariz., and continued in the antique business. In 2005 she moved back to Maine and in 2007 moved to California. Cynthia had many talents and interests. She loved feeding the wildlife in Arizona. She had an eclectic eye and knack for decorating. She had a good sense of humor, with a sly-quick wit about her. Cynthia was a unique spirit and will be sadly missed. Cynthia was predeceased by sons, Kevin, Brian and Tim Con-don. She is survived by daughters and spouses, Stephanie Jenkins-Turner of California, Lisa of Arizona and Tracy of Maine; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be held summer of 2009 at Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor. Donations would be appreciated may be given at 1-800-628-0028. www.ASPCA.org.