Terry Ford Bonds
- March 30, 1946 - February 15, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Terry's Passing
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Great memories that may even predate elementry school at Rosedale. He was never predictable and always fun. Rest in Peace my friend.
Posted by: Ron Bird - San Antonio, TX - friend since the 1st grade Feb 19, 2012
Getting grabbed up by Terry and hugged when I shook his hand, well, he was like my Dad for our time together. He was instrumental in me and my Dad's healing of our relationship. I will be chairing a meeting today and carrying on the legacy during the funeral. His faith teaches always.
Posted by: Jim Barnes - Austin, TX - past sponsee Feb 19, 2012
I love and miss my Uncle Terry. He was a force of nature, a good man, and a very special servant of our Lord. I have only happy childhood memories of his laughter and love.
Posted by: Marielee Sample Rasor - Santa fe, NM - Niece Feb 19, 2012
I met Terry Jan 25 2004. That was the day God blessed me a return to AA . In only Terry Bond fashion, he approached me tossing his Big Book on the table and leaned down asking " Don't ya want one more little nip"? Since then, Terry always demonstrated that sober life was good!! We shared the same sponsor and I would tease him that I was the #1 in the sponsee pecking order, knowing that was not so.
Posted by: Jack England - Austin, TX - AA Friend Feb 18, 2012
Dear Sweet Terry,
As I sit here today thinking about you and the special life you lived...I miss you. You are a part of my story and will always be remembered with love, admiration, respect and smiles and maybe even a tear.
Thank you for reaching out to so many people and for touching each life with love, hugs and a kiss. You are loved.
Posted by: Kimberly Hanks-Weaver - Dripping Springs, TX - friend Feb 18, 2012
I am not sure when I first met Terry Bonds but the occasion centered around shoeing some horses at his place in Hutto, Texas. I would see him on occasion at places that had him build horse barns and pens and now and then at cafes where the locals hung out in the mornings in Round Rock.I had bought a house next to the Masonic Hall in Round Rock and was in the driveway one day and Terry pulled
Posted by: Chuck Young - Quemado,, NM - Friend Feb 18, 2012
As I told you last week my friend, you are loved by a host of friends all who's life you touched in untold ways but touched deeply.
Thanks for being my friend.
I pray you feel the arms of our Loving God, holding you tightly and loving so sweetly as you pass from our world. I love you, Terry, thanks for being in my life. Denice
Posted by: Denice Clay - AUSTIN, TX - friend Feb 18, 2012
How in the world do we put into words what Terry meant to us. Wild, crazy,hilarious, wonderful, loving, deeply spiritual, caring at depth, forgiving beyond measure, always trying to understand, rather than being understood, always comforting others, rather than wanting to be comforted, loving, and hoping that he was loved. He forgave, rather than waiting to be forgiven.
There are people who come into our lives that we really love. Then there are those who come into our lives and sit
Posted by: Craig and Margie Keith - Wimberley, TX - close friend Feb 18, 2012
Terry will be sorely missed!
Posted by: Melissa Jones Boudreaux - Pflugerville, TX - Friend Feb 18, 2012
"Good night, sweet prince, good night. May flights of angels attend thee to thy rest."
Posted by: David Smith - Austin, TX - Friend Feb 18, 2012