Eugene Gerald Bond

Born: Thu., Mar. 26, 1931
Died: Thu., Oct. 31, 2019

Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sat., Nov. 09, 2019
Location: Christian Missionary Alliance

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Eugene Gerald Bond was born on March 26, 1931 to Marion and Merrille Bond.  He died on October 31, 2019. His father passed away when Eugene “Gene” was seven years old, of polio, leaving Marion and Gene’s only sister Barbara alone.  Marion never remarried.

He entered the Navy at the age of sixteen and served on two battleships, the U.S.S Shields and the U.S.S Nickels. He met Alice Gertrude Wise at the Emmanuel Baptist Church which was being held at the Palace Theatre in Missoula, MT.  She was seventeen and he was twenty-two. He then finished his tour in the Navy and attended Bob Jones University for two years.  He left the school to go back to Montana to claim the woman who waited faithfully for him.

Gene and Alice were married at the newly constructed Emmanuel Baptist Church on September 24, 1955.  The couple moved to the Swan Valley where Gene worked alongside his father-in-law at a local lumber mill.

Gene later went into the field of law enforcement becoming a policeman, as a parole and probation officer and later became a liaison for Youth for Christ, working with juvenile offenders.  He always had a passion for any activity that allowed both he and Alice to touch other people’s lives.

He and Alice worked for a time in Africa for their third daughter, Barbara Amato but returned to Montana as that was their first love.  Gene loved the Lord and he and Alice were always involved in church activities.

He will be missed by many.  One of his great sources of love and pride were his many grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Eugene is survived by his four daughters and two sons.  Linda (Aaron) Jones, Kathleen (Bruce) Richard, Barbara Amato, Laura (Steven) Snell, Mike (Beverly) Bond and Jonathan Bond.  He is also survived by his sister Barb (David) Sutherland.

Memorial services will be held at the Christian Missionary Alliance church in Ronan, MT at 11:00 am on November 9, 2019.

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Percella Jane Tougas
   Posted Fri November 08, 2019
I enjoyed getting to know your Mom and Dad,when we had stores across the way from each other,they were very sweet and cared for each other deeply,it was sweet to watch! I am sure their reunion was very special. May your wonderful memories help your pain. Linda and Aaron we send our heartfelt sympathy to you and the rest of your family. Pat and Jane Tougas

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