Mary Lou Bond, 78, of Fremont, OH passed away on Sunday, January 17, 2016 at Valley View Healthcare Center. She was born on November 15, 1937 in Byesville, OH, the daughter of John and Lillian (Hockenberry) Campbell. She was a graduate of Byesville High School.
Mary Lou married Ronald C. Bond on March 29, 1955 in Cambridge, OH and he preceded her in death in October 26, 1985. She worked as a Cashier at Wal-Mart for eighteen years until she retired. Mary Lou attended Grace Community Church and enjoyed shopping, taking rides in the country and spending time with her family.
Mary Lou is survived by her children, Rodney (Linda) Bond, Jeffrey (Nan) Kramer) Bond and Faith Lewis, all of Fremont, OH; grandchildren, Sara (Robert) Boger, Brian Bond, Troy Nethers, Trent (Melissa) Nethers, Erica (Daniel) Thompson, Daniel (Heather) Bond, Jacob, Cory and Michael Lewis; eight great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Ronald C. Bond; son Bruce Bond; siblings, David and Harold Campbell and Pearl Moore.
Visitation: Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home and Crematory, 425 E. State St, Fremont, OH.
Service: Thursday, January 21, 2016; 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home with Pastor Forrest Kirchenbauer officiating.
Burial: Oakwood Cemetery
Memorials: Heartland Hospice
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Dawn and Leroy Wheeler
I worked with Mary Lou at Walmart. She was always so funny and a joy to work with. You could never be in a bad mood when you were around Mary Lou. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. My sympathies to the family. She will be sorely missed.
So sorry for you loss. Sending prayers to you and your family. God gained another BEAUTIFUL ANGEL!
Sorry for your loss we would meet her sometimes at walmart she always had a good word it was a pleasure to talk to her ! And was a joy to had the change to have had lunch with her at Nagoya’s!May God bless all of you and give all of you strength .
Sheralyn Baird Maxey
So sorry to hear about Aunt Mary Lou. The Lord will comfort you all. Much love and God bless you all from your Baird cousins.
The first time I met Mary Lou was in my early 20’s at Walmart as I worked with her. She always had such a Beautiful smile and was someone who tried to tell me every chance she got about Jesus and even though I was not saved at the time I loved that about her! I had not seen her for years then I became friends with faith and got to see the wonderful relationship they had and how much she loved her daughter and grandchildren! The Last time I saw Mary Lou She had that big smile and she gave me a big hug. My heart goes out to faith and her boys as well as the rest of the family. I imagine the smile she had on her face when JESUS welcomed her into His arms. May you remember the wonderful memories !Love and prayers ! Sherry Lucas
Dave and Teresa Elfring
So sorry to hear of your Mom passing , the heavens are rejoicing , she truly is a beautiful angel …. God Bless
Mary Lou was such a beautiful lady. May God give her family strength, peace and comfort . She will be missed . Rest in peace Mary Lou.
I worked with Mary Lou at Walmart. She was always so cheerful and happy. My condolences to the family. Heaven gained a beautiful angel this weekend. Rest in peace Mary Lou.
We we all know the pain of losing someone that we love. It doesn’t get any easier, but we can find comfort from reading the words of Acts 24:15. There we are assured that we will see our loved ones again. Please accept our condolences during this distressing time.
We were sad to hear of my Aunt Mary Lou’s passing, and offer our thoughts and prayers to my cousins, Rodney, Jeffery, and Faith. I’m glad that I had been able to talk to her a while back, it had been so very long since our last visit.