Our beloved Damon has gone home to be with God. We miss him now, but we know that we will see him again in heaven.
Damon is the youngest child of Sarah and Dan Rondeau. He spent his early years in Detroit Michigan, moving to Montgomery County Maryland at an early age. Damon was an active child. He grew up fishing, riding bikes, skateboarding, break dancing, and playing pick-up sports with his brother and neighborhood friends. Later Damon attended Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring MD. He played football for Sherwood. Later Damon graduated from Rockville Highschool in Rockville, MD. Damon also attended Montgomery College in Rockville and worked in the security services department at the Public Health Service building in Rockville.
Life came with long-term health challenges for Damon. He spent the latter part of his quiet life with a health-related disability. Throughout his health troubles, he maintained a peaceful, joyful outlook on life. A lifelong football fan, Damon loved the Washington Football Team win lose or draw and on occasion reminisced with his brother Don about the Super Bowl era Washington Team.
He was a loving son; a beloved brother and he had a special place in his heart for his nieces and nephews. Damon L Rondeau is survived by his mother Sarah Rondeau (Wyatt), his father Dan J Rondeau, big brother Don L Rondeau and his nieces and nephews Donovan, Jacqueline, Olivia, and Taylor. Damon also leaves behind loving relatives in the Rondeau, Wyatt, and Dawkins families as well as many friends.
You will always be in our hearts, Damon
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