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William O. Bond


Sunrise: August 14, 1955

Sunset: January 25, 2020

William O. Bond was born on August 15, 1955 to the late Cora Bond and Benjamin Bond. He transitioned into eternal life on January 25, 2020 at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center in Chesapeake Virginia.  William grew up in Norfolk Virginia where he attended Maury High School. He worked as a Short Shoreman and later an Insulation Technician. He was a loving partner and supportive father. William was a charmer and easily made other feel at ease in his company. He leaves behind his partner Yvonne Frost, three daughters, Laquisha Frost, Trina Frost and Katina James-Conley, two sons, Tracy Speller (Chassity Turner) and Damien Frost, 12 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Surviving siblings include, Benjamin F. Bond Jr. (Prycie), Marlesia Barnes, Kearney Bond, Vinesa Vannall, Lorenzo White, Selena Albanese (Anthony), and Barbara Curreton as well as a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends he dearly loved. William was predeceased by 3 siblings, Betty Ann Davis, Roger Bond (Donna) and Deborah Hussey (Phillip).

Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Friday, February 7, 2020 2:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service Berkley Chapel

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    Parris & Cassandra Lucas and family says

    My Condolences goes out to Yvonne and all the family of my friend and brother. May God be with you through these rough times.

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    DeVida Spencer-Satterfield “Vida” says

    Thanks for Loving me like a Daughter, I appreciate you being in my Life…I pray that God will strengthen the family…Dad you were Amazing‼️WB❤️??

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    William Ruffin says

    My condolences go out to Yvonne and the family. RIP William.

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    I wish to stay anonymous but I am part of the Vannall family says

    Ill miss you Uncle William. I remember when you taught me how to ride my bike and cut my hair for me when I was little. You will always be remembered and you will always stay in my heart.

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    Johnny Daniels (cheese) says

    My condolences go out to the Bond family’s we go all the way back just like kids back Calvary Park days. love you like a brother may you rest in peace from the Daniels family’s

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    Khandi says

    My Prayers and condonlese go to the family and all who was apart of William O. Bond Legacy…. God knows he was an Amazing Man. I wanna thank him for accepting me and my kids to be apart of his family he was the Greatest PaPa as my kids would call him the ? of Norfolk. Dad we really gonna miss you but we’ll never FORGET you you’ll always be in our ❤ Thank you for the Passionate Love you had for us. Your Daughter n Law, “KHandi
    Rest In Paradise Dad???

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    Sheryl says

    WB I will definitely miss our late night political and gospel moments you Lynn and I shared at the end of the night.you were a kind loving person with a funny laugh that can’t be duplicated. Rest in heaven bro and I called you and you were closer to me than my own brother. Love you dearly.

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    ANGELA COKER says

    MY CONDOLENCES GOES OUT TO THE FAM ,WILLIAM YOU WERE A BEAUTIFUL PERSON IN SIDE AN OUT AN YOU WERE LOVED BY MANY MY KIDS LOVE YOU JUST AS MUCH AS I DID , IT WASNT A DAY THAT WENT BY THAT MY DAUGHTER WALK IN THE HOUSE A SAID MOM WERE MY DADDY AT.. AN I WOULD SOME TIME SAY I DONT KNOW NIKA .. AND SHE WOULD SAY( GREAAT DAYY) AN I WOULD LAUGH…..BUT OVER ALL WE ALL HAD THAT UNCONDITIONAL LOVE THAT WILL NEVER CHANGE WILLIAM WE LOVE YOU….REST IN PARADICE BABY

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