In Memory

Jeff Bond - Class Of 1973 VIEW PROFILE

Jeff Bond

Funeral Service:


St. Teresa of Avila

3000 N Lompa Ln, Carson City, NV 89706


Carson City, NV

Tues , July 29th 10 am


The music is taken care of.  However, musicians who can carry a guitar, banjo, horn, etc. are invited to play the last song Dixie style “When the saints go marching in”.  Paul January will co-ordinate.

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07/22/14 07:09 AM #1    

Marla Fry (Evans) (1974)

May you rest in peace my dear friend Jeff.  We had so many fantastic times together. Youth of America, John Muir Singers, Pacific Singers.  I will never forget my trip to see you in Vegas.  So many great times.  You were the best drummer ever.  You can now start your own band in Heaven.  With you Family (Dad, Sisters and Brother) and friends.  I love you Jeff and will always be in my dreams and thoughts.  My prays go out to your family and my God help them remember the good times with you and no that you are is such a better place with NO more suffering...Love Marla Fry

07/22/14 11:15 AM #2    

Chris Gillock (1972)

Good bye Jeff, old friend...

Chris Gillock

07/23/14 09:52 PM #3    

Kathy Skinner Saffas (Saffas) (1973)

I had the pleasure of making contact with Jeff in March of 2013 through our Pacific High Vikings website. I wrote to find out if he really did end up making a living at playing drums...every musicians dream is to actually be able to make a living playing their instrument....and to ask about his dad, Mr. Bond of Pacific High Singers fame. Since we were both "kids of music teachers" in high school, I found it inspiring that Jeff did indeed make his living playing his drums, and even raised a family doing this. We wrote back and forth a few times, and I mentioned how nice it would be to go to Reno someday and hear him play. I just felt really proud that one of my high school musician friends really did make it in the field. It was with such sudden sadness that the email came in this morning notifiying he had passed away. I couldn't even believe it, as he and I are the same age. 59 is just too condolences to his wife and children, as havng lost my own dad, Mr. Skinner, I know what a blow it matter what their age. My dad was singing his funny songs to us up until the night beofre he died...I miss him, and strangely enough, even though I never saw Jeff again since high school graduation, I will miss him too. Every person who walks this earth is so important. I find it encouraging that the bible promises that Jesus will resurrect those who have fallen asleep in death to a paradise where they can enjoy perfect health and be reunited with their loved ones, right here on the earth. REV. 21:3,4

With fond memories of my musician friend from Pacific High...

Kathleen Skinner-Saffas


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