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William Christopher Bond


Sunrise: December 7, 1972

Sunset: January 20, 2024

William Christopher Bond, known as Chris, passed away unexpectedly on January 20, 2024 at the age of 51 in Chesapeake, VA. He was born on December 7, 1972 in Portsmouth, VA to Olivia Grimes and William Richard Bond, who have both predeceased him. Chris grew up in Cavalier Manor, a place he took great pride in. He had an older sister, Valerie Elliot, who also predeceased him.

Recently, Chris achieved one of his greatest accomplishments by obtaining his Class A Commercial Drivers License and opening his own trucking LLC called Starline Services. He was passionate about import automobiles, reggae music, gogo music, the Green Bay Packers, wildlife, and playing musical instruments, particularly the drums. In fact, played the drums at Manor High School and Norfolk State University.

Chris had a profound impact on the lives of those around him, leaving behind cherished memories. He is survived by his daughter, Kiara Christina Bond, age 24, who resides in Herndon, VA. He is also survived by his fiancé, Chelsea Brumsey of Chesapeake, VA; his nephew, Austin Elliot of Portsmouth, VA, and a large circle of friends and family.

Viewing Friday, February 16, 2024 2:00pm - 6:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 5605 Portsmouth Boulevard Portsmouth, VA 23701 Service COME IN PERSON OR WATCH LIVE ONLINE Saturday, February 17, 2024 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Portsmouth Chapel

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    Larry Thompson says

    Rest easy homeboy! #CMB

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    Dominique Alston says

    Sip my boy πŸ™πŸΏ#dbi

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    Charleen Mitchell-Faulkner says

    May God comfort you and your family πŸ™πŸ½

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    Charleen Mitchell says

    May God comfort you and your family πŸ™πŸ½

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    Shoshana Elidan (Sandi) says

    Rest sweetly my friend. I pray the Most High comforts your heart and embraces your family in peace.”

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    DJ Desimone says

    I worked with Willy D back with DBi services he was boss and he was not only that but he was an outstanding leader and friend. If you needed anything he would help you if he could. He is going to be missed and I am sorry for your lost

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    Travis Newkirk says

    Man. I still remember the conversations we had when we worked DBI. Working along side him learning from him, running the crew he built, gaining a friendship, Willy D (Chris) you the man dude. But now you a king brother. Rest easy! Keep a spot for us. My thoughts and prayers go out to you, your family and friends.
    Much love brother.

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    Nikki says

    February 16,2024 at t4:27pm R.I.H. This hits different, I love you friend, I am still in shock. I will truly miss you. You, Dee-Dee & I, Vel our birthdays in a row. You will truly be missed. I will always have the memories of all of us from back in the day. May God give your daughter and family the strength and peace.

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    Marcus says

    RIP Chris, I miss those long conversations.

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    frank adams says

    Our sincerest condolences to the family.

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    Greg Williams says

    Thank you for being such a kind and caring father to my granddaughter. I was just getting to know you on a deeper level. The God of our faith is just and merciful. May His light so shine throughout all generations.

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