Dolores Bond

February 13, 1932 ‒ November 26, 2018

Bellville, Ohio

Dolores Louise Bond, age 86, passed away Monday, November 26, 2018, from Liberty Nursing Center in Mansfield.

Dee was born February 13, 1932, to parents Ralph & Madge (Wells) Crawford in Olive Hill, Kentucky where she graduated high school. At church, she met a young man named Bobby Joe Bond and though he moved to Indiana and then Ohio, he eventually had to come back to Kentucky to convince her to move to Ohio and be his wife. On November 10, 1951, she and Bobby were married. They shared 67 wonderful years of marriage and together raised two children.

Bobby & Dolores Bond

Dee worked as a dedicated wife and mother and created a loving home for her family. She was an excellent gardener who enjoyed flowers and especially loved irises. Dee was also quite crafty and made many quilts and cloth dolls. She was formerly a member of First Baptist Church in Bellville.

Dolores Bond

Dee will be remembered for being the sweetest woman you would ever meet who was filled with loving kindness and exemplified I Corinthians 13 “Love is patient, love is kind… It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres… Love never fails.” Her friends and family will miss her ever-present smile.

Dolores Bond

She is survived by her husband of 67 years, Bobby Bond of Bellville; her son Michael Bond and daughter-in-law Lisa Warner Bond of Canton; her daughter and son-in-law Sheri & Bill Myers of Bellville; grandchildren Morgan Taylor Bond, Melanie Johnson, Billie Daley, Jarrad Bond, and Romatt Myers; great-grandchildren Shena and Matt; great-great-grandson Kade; siblings Lorraine, Ruth, Butch, and Katie; along with numerous nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sisters Eileen, Geraldine, and Mildred.

Her family will receive friends Wednesday, November 28, 2018, from 11am to 1pm in the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home where a funeral service honoring Dee’s life will begin at 1pm officiated by her nephew Raymond Bond. Burial will follow in Bellville Cemetery.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Dee’s family and encourage you to share a memory with them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

Dolores Bond

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  • In our hearts forever. A truly loving Aunt to so many of us. A wonderful Mother and Wife. We love you.

  • My prayers to everyone! Aunt Dee and Uncle Bob hold a special place in my heart. All the love and help they showed my mom went she was sick, shows just how loving and caring person she is!

  • Bond Family

    I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family during this difficult time.

    Sincerely
    Debbie Weikle

  • We can not make the trip to the funeral but am praying God comforts your hearts. Your mom means so much to me, a blessing in so many ways. She opened her heart to me, loved me and loved on me if that makes sense 🙂 She showed her love by giving – flowers- she filled the bed of our pick-up truck! She wrote their names down, by color and where needed set out in sunshine or shade. Then I’d open the mailbox and find a box of iris or day Lily bulbs! Only Dolores!!! We’d visit and she’d say, ” you’ll stay and eat with us won’t you? I’ll make a pie and we’ll have coffee :)” And she’d write! “Get your cup of coffee Linda, and we’ll have a letter visit”. Wonderful memories of a wonderful dear kind thoughtful friend. She was devoted to God and Bobby Joe and you, Sherri, and grandchildren. John 14, her favorite scripture comforts my heart, because I know she’s in her Father’s house now, and one day we will be there too, together for eternity. “And forever we will be with The One Who died for us. What a day, glorious day that will be”.
    Aunt Maxine said Dolores and I got along like a house on fire 🙂 true. Just look how much I’ve written 🙂 I walk around our place and see all the reminders of Dolores and her loving heart – Primrose, Lily of Valley, Mommy Bond Poppies.

    Sincerely, love Linda and Larry Bond