Richard E. Bond

Hancock, Maine


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Richard Bond passed away in Hancock, Maine. The obituary was featured in BDN Maine on March 19, 2013.

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My condolences to Dicks Family, I new dick from the antique world. He so did loved to collect the restaurant ware and drive his sports car. A great person and always a kind sole. He will be missed by the antique world and all his friends. RIB.

My condolences to Dick's family. He was a wonderful guy who brought lots of laughter when I was around him. He and Irma Brown, my mom, were great friends. Becky Cirillo

I can't tell you how sorry I was to read of Dicky's passing. He was one of my favorite people in high school, he came to visit me at college in Portland, and I always looked forward to seeing him on my trips home.
He is a very special man and I know he is making another place better as I type.
Jill (Lunt) Pimentel

Sorry to see Richard's passing. Having formerly frequented the Chicken Barn, we could always count on Richard for help and a friendly greeting. He will be missed. Diane & Ned Smith

My condolances to Dicks family. Dick was the life and fun of our high school band. I have many enjoyable memories shared with him at EHS. May he now rest in peace.
Ann Carney Jordan class of 1961

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Dickie was a sweet "little brother" whom I remember so well. RIP Dick.

A great friend and classmate....You will be missed very much!!!! We love you.

It is with sadness reading this, but also joy in that I have so many fond memories of Dick...the first time he and John Emery wore bermuda shorts and a sports jacket to one of our class dances (that was the first and last time...Miss Violet had a hissy)...Penny Sterling Crandall and I were the boy's dates. He and John also as the first male cheerleaders at EHS. All the parties at Carol Heber's Green Lake home where Dick was absolutely the life of the party. Time is passing, but those...