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John James Bond

Monday, March 23, 2020
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365体育投注官网John James Bond, 74, of Livingston, Montana, formerly of Otis, Massachusetts, passed away on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at his son’s home in Livingston. He was surrounded by the love of his wife, Monica; son and daughter-in-law, John and Silje; and their children, Isabella and Remi.

365体育投注官网A Mass of Christian Burial will be held intimately as a family. Burial will be at the Yellowstone National Cemetery in Laurel with full veteran’s honors.

John was born on March 7, 1946 in Albany, New York to William Perkins and Jane (Sullivan) Bond. John was raised throughout the New England area, as his father followed his work with Woolworths. He graduated high school in 1965 and stayed in touch with a special young lady, Monica Calluzzo. They were united in marriage on Oct. 18, 1969.

365体育投注官网Following graduation John enlisted in the United States Army. He was inducted on June 30, 1966. John served during the Vietnam War as a Sergeant, Infantry Platoon Leader. He was awarded a Purple Heart, a Bronze Star, Vietnam Service Medal, and Combat Infantry Badge. He was Honorably discharged on June 29, 1972.

365体育投注官网He and Monica made their home in West Hartford, Connecticut. They began their family there with the birth of a daughter, Sara. John worked for Woolworths, like his father. They later relocated to Otis, Massachusetts, where they welcomed another daughter, Jessica, and later a son, John. He, his father and his sister operated a general store by the name Us Bonds there for about 20 years. They sold food, booze and general merchandise. John was the master meat cutter of the operation. John and Monica later relocated to Amherst, Massachusetts, where John served other veteran’s volunteering with D.A.V. as a driver for seven years. John had full disability through the Veteran’s Association for severe PTSD. He was so grateful for the North Hampton VA Ward 8 PTSD Program.

He and Monica bought an RV in 2006 and traveled the country. They fished the best rivers and enjoyed every minute together. In 2015, they fulfilled a lifelong dream of living in Montana when they came to Livingston to live and be close to their son, John.

365体育投注官网John was a patriot through and through. He loved America, supported other veterans and was a steward of mother earth. He was fascinated and appreciated Native American culture. Some of his most precious memories were of his family, Disney World, the Giants winning the Super Bowl and his friend Jack Daniels. We lost a wonderful man, but we will hold close the love we shared, forever.

365体育投注官网He is survived by his wife, Monica Bond, of Livingston; his daughters, Sara (Paul) Lyman and Jessica Bond, both of Massachusetts; his son, John (Silje) Bond of Montana; his grandchildren, Emma Paige and Alexander Weston Currier, Natalie and Lincoln Jane Lyman, and Isabella Lumi and Remi Louise Bond; his siblings, Margaret (Russell) Loring, Jeff (Gayle) Bond, Billy (Lorraine) Bond, Mary Beth Bond and her life partner, Kasha, and Corey Bond and his life partner, Maryann; as well as nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

365体育投注官网John was preceded in death by his parents, and stillborn brother, Francis.

365体育投注官网Franzen-Davis Funeral Home and Crematory has been entrusted with arrangements. To view the obituary and share condolences, visit .

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