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Marilyn Bond
In Memory of
Marilyn Lois Bond (Fetter)
1926 - 2018
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Condolence From: Stephen M. Briscoe
Condolence: Many of my earliest memories include Mrs. Bond, later Marilyn and then, even later, "Grandma Bond." She never tired of reminding people that I was a pain in the butt child with a temper. Nevertheless, she was always kind and warm with me, pouring orange juice for the two of us before the other family members were awake on the first day of our first two family trip to Daytona. I remember her singing softly from the 59th Street Bridge song, popular then, as she set the breakfast table. Later, over drinks (much later, of course!), again in Daytona, she delighted us all by recounting her first encounter with what was then a new phenomenon - an ATM. She said with a lilt that was distinctively her own, "I put in the card and the screen popped up and said, ‘Hello, Marilyn L. Bond!’" She was quite simply blown away by this and we all dissolved in laughter with her, not just at the idea of this new thing the ATM, but at Marilyn's deft retelling of the event. The first time I saw her after the birth of Sue’s first child, I said, “Hello, Grandma Bond!” She replied with a twinkle in her eye and a creeping smile, “Grandma Bond!” I have so many fond memories, in good times and not so good times, of both Marilyn and Dick. Their friendship with my parents, somewhere around sixty years, extended to the children of both families and those memories are forever woven into not just our history but who we are and I am honored and grateful to have enjoyed both Marilyn and Dick from childhood well into middle age. Rest in Peace, my friends.
Sunday January 14, 2018
Condolence From: Billi-jo Bond Flebbe
Condolence: My deepest condolences to your family.thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
Saturday January 13, 2018