In Memory

Sandy Bond

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11/13/12 11:27 AM #1    

Rita Barnes (Farmery)

Always a classy lady - sorry we never got together at a reunion.  RIP

04/30/13 01:51 PM #2    

David Corson

At DBS Sandy sat near me. .She was outgoing, smart , and fun.  At some point she told me my signature was "too plain" and I needed to fancy it up a bit.  She gets the blame for the illegible  scribble that I've signed thousands of times since it's transformation in '54.  Hope she's in a better place.

04/30/13 04:40 PM #3    

Jim Keyser

Sandy lived a half block from me on Union street in D-town boro. She was always friendly and gracious to me, but I don't feel she liked me much.

I don't remember her much in H.S.


05/16/13 09:51 AM #4    

Rae (Juanita) Andre

Dear Sandy.  I really looked up to her. She was so talented.  Her acting, remember?  Remember how she could perk up that eyebrow?  And in home ec she was knitting argyle socks on 3 tiny needles when I was slaving over a perled scarf (purple, as I recall).  I hope she had an interesting life in which her talents could blossom. --Rae/ Pookie

05/16/13 03:01 PM #5    

Jon Beard (Beard)

I, too, was a big admirer of Sandy's; her wit, her wisdom (not always the same thing, as we know).  It occurs to me that somewhere fairly early in our reunion cycle we learned that we had lost her, but I don't think I ever knew how.  Does anyone know?   Best to all,  Jon

07/13/13 04:02 AM #6    

Richard Freeman (Freeman)



Sandy was in my homeroom. I think she smiled at me once, but I was the youngest in my class ...... 





08/13/13 07:41 AM #7    

John Fulmer

How could we forget Sandy?  She was a fellow member of our rifle team and a stand-out performer in every thing she did.  She could be fierce as when she defied the school administration and refused to remove her sweatshirt the day we all wore them to protest the Junior Class dress-up day.  I don't remember the outcome of that; I think she was sent home, but it did illustrate her strength and commitment to all she did.  We were classmates from Doylestown Boro onwards.  I will miss her at the reunion.

08/16/20 06:01 PM #8    

Suzanne Sutton

SANDY Bond. DEABLER, 63, of 55 River Front Drive, Manchester, New Hampshire, died on October 25, 2008. She was born on April 11, 1945 in Boise, Idaho. Deabler graduated as the Outstanding Senior Woman from Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin in 1967 with a double major in biology and chemistry and completed her M.A. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Maine-Orono in 1970. Deabler began her career at St. Joseph' s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a college counselor the first year the university became a coeducational institution. She worked in business and industry before moving to Texas, where she joined the psychology faculty at North Harris College in 1982. While at NHC, she was a two-time recipient of the Faculty Excellence Award and was the founder of the college's Honors Program and its director for thirteen years. She has multiple listings in Who's Who in American Education. She enjoyed the theater, traveling, and classical music and was a founding member of the Junior League of North Houston. Deabler was an active member of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Kingwood, Texas as a member of the choir and Kingwood ACTS, the church's outreach ministry to shut-ins. She is survived by two children, Christopher of Cincinnati, Ohio and Justin of Brooklyn, New York; a brother, John A. Bond of Springfield, Vermont; and her parents, John and Vivian Bond, of Nashua, New Hampshire.

08/18/20 09:10 AM #9    

Robert Hastings

Sandy Bond gone. Sad to learn another  classmate now deceased, is somewhere up in the clouds looking down at us. Another classmate whom it would have been fun to meet for a chat withhad I realized she lived in  Manchester NH. We drive by it yearly (except this year) on the way to visit my brother and wife.

At CB I didn't have much personal contact, hard to manage that with so many classmates. But, I remember her as very pretty and smart.  When I went down to the rifle range I recall she was also rather stunning in a green shooting jacket. At our high school 50th, I was not surprised that the rifle range is no longer part of the cavernous basement.

An idea might be to create a directory of our classmates and current addresses. Then when travelling it would prompt getting in touch to possibly coordinate a get-together. We sure must be grateful to our reunion organizers for creating this web site. It is not to be taken for granted.

So, all stay well and the lesson: enjoy life. It aint forever!

Rob Hastings

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