Frank Bond

Baltimore, Maryland

1934 - 2020


Baltimore, Maryland


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Born Franklin Bondroff, Frank came into this world on July 15, 1934, the first child of Helen and Sam Bondroff.On the night of his birth, an event unfolded that would foreshadow the ongoing deep love shared and freely exchanged within Frank's large, close-knit family. After a frantic search for a...

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Frank was the kindest, most generous man. He always took the time to make sure that everyone was made to feel appreciated and valued. I will always be grateful for his generosity, praise, and encouragement. It's been an honor to work for him for the last 13 years. His memory will live on in our hearts. He will be missed dearly.

You were such a special person. Intelligent, strong, funny, kind and gentle. I will miss our conversations and I will miss you. Knowing you was a great privilege. Rest in peace Mr. Bond. Your friend, Maritza

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Frank Bond was an inspiration, a visionary, a model entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a crusading idealist, an exemplary father, and a great friend. He was one of the pivotal people in my life -- a man who took a chance on me during a dark time for me, professionally and personally. We forged an informal partnership promoting shared ideas and values, and in those joint endeavors, I like to think I helped him at least 10% as much as he helped me.

I'll never forget Frank's undying...

I’m sorry for his passing. I always admired his business achievements. I only had a chance to meet Uncle Frank once at my Aunt Marlene’s funeral. He was polite and cordial. My sympathy to his family.

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Frank was my cousin and great friend. I loved meeting and speaking to Frank, as he was: honest, intelligent and a terrific communicator. Neither of us suffered fools gladly and we were kindred souls. I will always think of Frank with a smile and will until i leave. G-d bless his soul.

In loving memory of Frank. We shared a passion for fitness and the belief that the preservation of liberty was essential
Hfor human happinesses and progress.