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Louise Bond

Louise Bond (Garnett)

Friday, June 25th, 1926 - Monday, March 1st, 2021
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Obituary

BOND: Louise (nee Garnett) passed away peacefully with family present on Monday, March 1, 2021 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, following a stroke. Louise was born in Russell on June 25, 1926 to Thomas and Mary Annie (nee Allbright) Garnett. She grew up on a farm just outside of Shellmouth, MB with her four brothers and two sisters. Teaching was Louise’s main ambition. In 1944-46, following High School at Russell Collegiate, she taught at Plumas, MB on a Teachers’ Permit. In 1946, she went to Winnipeg and attended Normal School, where many of the young ladies became life-long friends. She then taught in Bradwardine and Kenton, during which time she met and dated Lloyd Bond. They were married on June 30, 1951 and raised their four children on Hillview farm in the Shiloh District. Louise was predeceased by the love of her life, Lloyd, on December 4, 1990; her son Jack, on March 24, 2019; and her great-grandson Adrian, on March 16, 2014. Lloyd and Louise travelled throughout Canada, western USA and had a special trip to New Zealand in 1980. They loved dancing and with good friends they drove miles to share this favourite pastime. Following Dad’s passing, Mom enjoyed visiting friends and also taking many of them on drives around the countryside in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. She continued with trips to Nepal, India, Costa Rica and several countries in Europe with friends Marion Murray or Helen McGregor. Louise was a keen reader and also produced wonderful creations of knitting, crocheting, tatting and sewing. During the last year, she took on a new interest, as she ‘discovered’ her iPhone. Louise leaves to cherish her memory: daughter Heather of Winnipeg and two sons: Garnet (Bev) of Portage la Prairie and Edward (Brenda) of Moosomin, SK. She had lots of fun with her grandchildren: Jason, Kimberly, Christopher, Shannon, Darra and Andrew. Four great-grandchildren: Cassandra, Emilyn, Robyn and Nolan, complete the family. She is also survived by her sister Joan Garnett of Wakefield, Quebec and sister-in-law Erna Garnett of Winnipeg, as well as many nephews and nieces. Interment will be at Shiloh Cemetery in the summertime. Depending on Covid restrictions, we would like family and friends to join us for a graveside service. Notice of this event will be forthcoming. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Louise may be made to Special Olympics of Manitoba, 304 – 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6 or a charity of your choice.
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Phyllis Miller

Posted at 11:49am
Heather and family
Our sympathy to you in the loss of your Mom. She was a grand lady in my mind, kind, compassionate, down-to-earth and always with a quick wit and sense of humour. She lived out a beautiful life and left many treasured memories.
With sincere sympathy,
Floyd and Phyllis Miller
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Lynda Denbow

Posted at 08:23pm
Heather, Garnet and Ed, I am sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I remember so many great times when I came to visit and play at your home. your mom always made me feel so welcome. Lynda (Carter) Denbow
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Lynn Juliak

Posted at 04:21pm
Hello to dear Louise’s family,
I had the honor and pleasure of caring for Louise at Sokol Supportive from the time she arrived until February of 2019. As the activity coordinator as well as support worker, I got to know Louise well and enjoyed her sense of humor, spirit, and her kindness. She was always game for our parties and celebrations. I was amazed at her strength during the passing of her son, Jack, who we had gotten to know during his regular visits with Louise. After I left Sokol, Louise continued to keep in touch as did I. I will greatly miss this lovely lady and her laughter but I know Louise will be laughing all the more in heaven with her dear husband, Jackie and her great grandson ♥️. I only hope to have the same grace, strength, and youthful manner that Louise demonstrated daily. She will certainly be missed by the other ladies of Sokol especially Beth with whom she became fast friends. My thought and prayers are with you her family.

Sincerely,

Lynn Juliak

Wendy Page

Posted at 11:27am
So sorry to hear of Louise's passing. I remember your Mom & Dad from the Old Time Dances that they used to attend. My Mom & Dad (Louise & Charlie Milne) were also avid dancers!!! I still remember the gift they gave us when we got married 30+ years ago! Again sincere condolences to all the Bond Families.
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Sherri Kyle

Posted at 10:29am
Louise will always hold a special place in my heart. Throughout the many years of doing her hair, I will cherish all our laughs and visits as I have learned so much from being with her.
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