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6934 South Western Avenue
PO Box 891320
Oklahoma City, OK 73139
Phone: 405-634-1439
Fax: 405-634-3753
Richard Bond

Neil Bond

Wednesday, April 8th, 1942 - Monday, October 26th, 2020
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Due to Covid pre-cautions the family will be having a private Graveside Service on Saturday.

Richard Neil Bond, age 78, passed away on Monday, October 26, 2020, in his home in Newcastle, Oklahoma. Neil was born on April 8, 1942 in Oklahoma City to W.C. “Jack” Bond and Helen Eunice (McClinton) Bond. Neil remained in the Oklahoma City area, graduating from Grant High School. He attended 1 year at Oklahoma State University, before returning home to marry his high school sweetheart, Elaine, and continue a job he loved, iron working. After working many years at Allied Steel, Neil joined a partnership creating Bond Builders. He was very proud of his accomplishments. His motto being, “I don’t have to go to work, I get to go to work.” Neil is preceded in death by his parents Jack and Eunice Bond, brothers Ray Bond and Carl Bond, granddaughter Carly Alyson Bond and daughter-in-law Kerry Bond. Neil is survived by his wife of nearly 60 years, Elaine Bond of the home, two sons Rick Bond and wife Dee, Russ Bond and wife Sandy; four grandchildren Tommy Bond and wife Erin, Britni Trimble and husband Landon, Brooklyn Orth and husband Jeriah, and Ryan Bond; four great grandchildren Aria, Liam, Allyson, and Eoin, sister Judy Bond, aunts, uncles, cousins and many dear friends who were like family.

No flowers, please. Memorials can be made to Nazih Zuhdi Transplant Institute, 3300 NW Expressway, OKC, OK 73112; Oklahoma Multiple Sclerosis Research Foundation, 825 NE 13th Street, OKC, OK 73104; or Diabetes Memorial Donation, JDRF, PO Box 37920, Boone, IA 50037-0920. No viewing or visitation. Graveside services to celebrate his life will be held 11:30 AM Saturday, Oct 31, 2020 at Resthaven Memory Gardens. Friends may leave condolences for the family at
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    Saturday, October 31st, 2020 |
    Saturday, October 31st, 2020
    Resthaven Memory Gardens - Oklahoma City
    500 SW 104th ST
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    Private Family Graveside
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    Saturday, October 31st, 2020 | 12:30pm
    Saturday, October 31st, 2020 12:30pm
    Resthaven Memory Gardens
    500 S. W. 104th
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73139
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Dianne Bernstein

Posted at 04:30pm
I was a classmate of Neil's and Elaine's and, except for a couple of class reunions, haven't seen either since 1960. I always think of them together. Neil was one of the first of our classmates to have a car, which was a big deal back then. I remember his smile even now and how kind he always was. I went to Asbury Methodist Church back then and think Neil went there too - but it has been a long time, so I'm not sure. What a gift for a couple who fell in love at such a young age to share so many happy years and experiences together. We don't get to be this age without experiencing loss that knocks us for a loop. We never get over missing someone we love but we are always glad for the time we had with them. There is such sadness when a person such as Neil passes and leaves a big hole in our lives but it does help for those who loved him too to share stories. Eventually the knot in your stomach goes away and the weight on your chest lifts, but you just have to experience it a second at a time. Even though I haven't seen Neil and Elaine for so many years, he was such a good person that I, too, feel a sense of loss.

From Dianne Hudson Bernstein, U. S. Class of 1960

Linda Brown

Posted at 08:49am
We were so saddened to hear of Neil's passing! We have many fond memories of his smile and good humor. He was such a positive and sweet spirit. His strength and fighting spirit was an inspiration. Elaine, you will be in our prayers! Sending love and hugs.
Russ and Linda Brown

Nancy Bell Krodel

Posted at 09:37pm
I just read the newspaper and learned of Neil's passing and wanted you to know that I was thinking of you. It has been a long time since junior high and high school days, but memories of you both are still with me. We live in Edmond now and hopefully will see you if we ever get around to another reunion.
Nancy Bell Abel Krodel

Tommy Bond

Posted at 11:00am
Pops taught me so many things, most of them just by his wonderful example. He showed me the importance of starting your day off right, the importance of routine. I’ll always remember memories of him sitting at the dining room table, early morning sun streaming in, as he played solitaire and sipped his hot coffee. If I ever made it up that early, he’d always greet me with a “Hey, buddy,” and let me watch him play. He let me work, and trusted me with machinery I was probably too young to operate, but he watched closely and let me try. I always felt so trusted with him. He made me feel loved and cared for, but also helped me realize I could do so much more than I thought I could. Pops worked so hard, for so long, and I never once heard him complain. He loved what he did, and he loved the people he got to come home to. Family always came first for him, and he showed it in every single thing he did. I hope to live a life as full and richly as he lived, and as full of family, love, ski trips, go carts, four wheelers, steak dinners, quiet mornings, and purpose as his was. I love you, Pops. Thank you for being a wonderful, wonderful grandpa. Miss you.


Posted at 08:22pm
I'll always remember the ski trips we would take together each year. I counted down the days till spring break when we could climb in the van with Grammy and Pops. Pops was incredibly patient with the roudy crew of grandkids in the van. I remember when he built Bonderosa in Colorado and I was amazed. That was the biggest example of what I remember him for. Creating a place for family to come together. He was always supportive, loving, and made me feel like I could do anything.

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