Arthur D. Bond Jr. (1933 - 2017)

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  • "So sorry for your loss Andrea. I remember his helpfulness..."
    - Melanie Regner
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    - Krysia Gallagher
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    - Joe Ann Kratchman
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    - Bob Johnson
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St Paul's Episcopal Church
15 Saint Paul St
Brookline, MA 02446
Friday, May 19, 2017
11:00 AM
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
15 St. Paul St
Brookline, MA
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Bond, Arthur D., Jr. 10/26/1933 - 04/16/2017 Born October 26, 1933 to Elizabeth Green and Arthur Doerr Bond, of Mexico, MO, Arthur D. Bond Jr. beloved husband of Molly Graham Bond (deceased) from Kansas City, MO for 58 years, passed away on April 16th. He is survived by his brother Christopher (Kit) Bond and his three children: Arthur Bond III, Graham Bond and Andrea Wilson and their spouses; Amelia Bond, Jim Profirio and Reading Wilson along with his grandchildren; Carly Bond, Tucker Bond and Maddie Wilson. Art attended Deerfield Academy and Princeton University ('55). Succeeding college, he was a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force. He later attended The Harvard Business School after which he and Molly settled in Cambridge, MA. where they resided for the balance of their lives. A recognized leader in the financial community, Art began his career as a financial analyst with Dewey and Almy Chemical Company and later as a Portfolio Manager and Chief Financial Officer at Massachusetts Financial Services (MFS). He was Chairman of the Board and strongly supported the New England Baptist Hospital. Art also served as Chairman of the Board at the Cambridge Trust Company for many years. Throughout his life, Art was a talented athlete and loved travelling with his wife, running, playing golf, boating and fishing with his children and grandchildren. He had a quick wit and enthusiasm for life that endeared him to many. He will be dearly missed. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that donations be made in his honor to: The New England Baptist Hospital - 125 Parker Hill Avenue, Boston Ma.02120 (617) 754-6362.
Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch on May 1, 2017
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