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Clarence T. Bond Obit

Mar 27, 1909 - Aug 18, 2000
Posted by: Sandi Carter


The Chickasha Express-Star
Chickasha, Grady Co, OK
(permission granted)


Funeral services for Clarence T. Bond, 91, of Chickasha, will be held Tuesday, August 22, 2000 at 1000 a.m. in the Ferguson Funeral Home Chapel with David Reed officiating.

Clarence T. Bond was born March 27, 1909 in Sulfur, Oklahoma the son of Taylor T. Bond and Edna English. He died Friday, August 18, 2000, in Chickasha, Oklahoma.

Clarence came to Chickasha as a young man and married Alice Norene Trammell September 21, 1935 at 400 p.m. in Chickasha, Oklahoma.

He was self employed as a farmer in Grady County owning a grocery store and a service station.

He was preceded in death by his father, Taylor Bond and his mother Edna English, two brothers and one sister.

Survivors include his wife Alice Norene of Chickasha; two sisters Ethel Smith of Chickasha and Carolyn Helms of Reno, Nevada.

Interment will be in Green Hill Cemetery, in Lindsay, Oklahoma under the direction of Ferguson Funeral Home.



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