Lee B. Bond


Bangor - Lee B. (Meucci) Bond, 95, went to be with her Lord and Savior on July 2, 2019. She was born Sept. 16, 1923 in Bristol, CT to the late Dominic and Marjorie (Dyer) Meucci.
Lee graduated from Bangor High School in 1943. She met and married Russell Bond of Bangor and eventually they moved to California where they made their life together. They enjoyed traveling, at one point living on a cabin cruiser with their son, "Rusty". She and Rusty enjoyed a very close relationship, lasting until his passing in 2001. During her working years Lee was employed by Kaiser Permanente as an EKG/EEG tech, becoming an important part of the department. It was a job she loved and found very fulfilling. She had a passion for reading, especially the Bible, loved flowers, being outdoors, travel and good movies (she could retell them better than most young folk). Lee will be fondly remembered for her desire to encourage and care for those the Lord brought her way.
Lee was predeceased by her husband Russell H. Bond, son Russell H Bond Jr, brothers William and Anthony Meucci and a sister, Mary (Meucci) MacDonald. She is survived by stepdaughter Brenda (Bond) and husband Kirby Astbury, brother Loui Meucci, nieces and nephews.
She will be missed by many friends, especially Cheryl and Laurie (& Mark).
A special thank you to all those who attended to Lee in her final days.
A graveside service will be held 3:00 pm Friday, July 26, 2019 at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, 449 Ohio St., Bangor with the Rev. Russell Hamilton, presiding. Arrangements trusted to Kiley & Foley Funeral Service, Bangor and Brewer and messages and memories may be shared at kileyandfoley.com.
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Dick Christopher & Gary
Jul 16, 2019
Our hearts are saddened yet somehow happy in knowing that our dear friend Lee is now with her beloved husband, her devoted son, as well as her family members that left us before her.

She was a strong individual, much stronger than even the doctors could understand. She was a dedicated individual and loved without boundaries. I (Dick) was so fortunate to become Lee's friend during her days at Park Terrance and up through her final days in Maine. She so desired to return to Maine and was blessed to been given that gift.

She also was a woman of deep faith, enjoyed the Bible and lived according to its readings. She will be missed by many, but was a gift and a blessing to those that had t
...he privilege of knowing her. For that I will be forever grateful!

When I last visited her at the Woodland Park Residences....she welcomed Gary and I like family. We enjoyed a great lunch with her nephew Tom and even stayed for dinner. We enjoyed a walk around the grounds, just like we used to do in Radisson, had great conversations, including the places she traveled and recommended to me and enjoyed the beauty of the landscape around us. She was a treasure and always made you feel wanted and welcome.

So until we meet again Lee, thank you for the honor of being your friend. Heaven is rejoicing now that God has welcomed you home. And as your faith would tell you; God is saying Hallelujah you're Home!

Our heartfelt sympathies to Gale, her family, Tom and his family and all those that Lee loved. She is no longer in pain and at rest....
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Terry and Debbi
Jul 11, 2019
May she rest in peace.
mary violette
Jul 10, 2019
aunt lee was very special to me .we had many long talks.i will miss her very much. we did not see each other often as i live so far from her love you aunt lee
Vicki Haringa
Jul 10, 2019
Lee was such a treasure and best friend to my mother in law, Toni. When they were together we never knew what kind of pranks might be happening. She will he missed but we know is resting in Heaven with all of her loved ones and friends..
Lori Colford
Jul 10, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with you, Lee is where she wanted to be. It was a great pleasure to know her, she was a remarkable woman! God Bless!