The important things, though, Judge Condon accomplished --- is this sentence an inverted structure of 'Judge Condon accomplished the important things, though'?
Did his son think Judge Condon had any regrets? "It's hard to say. I guess, to some degree, everyone does. There are things I think he would have liked to get around to. He wanted to write a novel, but never did."
The important things, though, Judge Condon accomplished. Maybe that was what was so heartening about the editorial his hometown paper published on the occasion of his death. It was a signal of what truly matters in this world of ours.
('Chevrolet, Summers, Dairy Queen Nights' by Bob Greene)