OBITUARY

Sylvia "Sandy" Louise Bond

January 20, 1934January 1, 2021

Sylvia “Sandy” Louise Bond, 86, passed away on January 1, 2021 at Serenades Retirement Community in Longwood, Florida. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, January 06, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. at Riverside Cemetery with the Rev. Cynthia C. Knapp officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sylvia Bond Nursing Society Navicent Health, 877 Hemlock Street Box 105, Macon, Georgia 31201 or online at www.navicenthealth.org/foundation.

Sandy was born in Philadelphia, PA to the late Joseph Fesco and Irene Dobkiewicz Fesco. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Nancy Edwards, and husband Edward Bond. She was a graduate of Wesleyan College and Georgia College and State University. Sandy began her career as an infection control nurse with the Medical Center of Central GA and retired in 1999 as Senior Vice-President. After retirement, she served as Director of the Georgia Board of Nursing in Macon.

She is survived by her children, Dana Dale (Gary) of Byron, GA, Tracy Doherty of Chicago, IL, Philip Bond (Sherylyn) of Apopka, FL, and Susan Rowe (Jim) of Louisville, KY, and nine grandchildren and several great grandchildren; sister, Evelyn MacDonald (Ed) of Harbason, Delaware; brother-in-law, Raymond Bond of Sarasota, Florida.

Services may be viewed on Facebook at www.facebook.com/snowsmacon/

Visit www.snowsmacon.com to express condolences. Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Cherry St. has charge of the arrangements.

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  • She is survived by her children, Dana Dale (Gary) of Byron, GA, Tracy Doherty of Chicago, IL, Philip Bond (Sherylyn) of Apopka, FL, and Susan Rowe (Jim) of Louisville, KY, and nine grandchildren and several great grandchildren; sister, Evelyn MacDonald (Ed) of Harbason, Delaware; brother-in-law, Raymond Bond of Sarasota, Florida.

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    Wednesday, January 6, 2021

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Mary and Ron Freeman

January 11, 2021

Sandy was a tremendous friend that was so much a part of our lives. Her vibrant personality made it a pleasure to work and travel with. Our world wide travels together fill our hearts with joy and happiness. She will truly be missed. Our condolences to the entire family

FAYE DANIELS

January 4, 2021


To Dana, Tracey, Philip and Susan,
With a heavy heart, I send my sincere condolences to all of you and your families. May you find the peace that your heart needs for healing at this time.
Your mom was a remarkable woman. She will never be forgotten by those of us who loved her.
Faye Daniels

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Biography

Sylvia “Sandy” Louise Bond, 86, passed away on January 1, 2021 at Serenades Retirement Community in Longwood, Florida. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, January 06, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. at Riverside Cemetery with the Rev. Cynthia C. Knapp officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sylvia Bond Nursing Society Navicent Health, 877 Hemlock Street Box 105, Macon, Georgia 31201 or online at www.navicenthealth.org/foundation.

Sandy was born in Philadelphia, PA to the late Joseph Fesco and Irene Dobkiewicz Fesco. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Nancy Edwards, and husband Edward Bond. She was a graduate of Wesleyan College and Georgia College and State University. Sandy began her career as an infection control nurse with the Medical Center of Central GA and retired in 1999 as Senior Vice-President. After retirement, she served as Director of the Georgia Board of Nursing in Macon.

She is survived by her children, Dana Dale (Gary) of Byron, GA, Tracy Doherty of Chicago, IL, Philip Bond (Sherylyn) of Apopka, FL, and Susan Rowe (Jim) of Louisville, KY, and nine grandchildren and several great grandchildren; sister, Evelyn MacDonald (Ed) of Harbason, Delaware; brother-in-law, Raymond Bond of Sarasota, Florida.

Services may be viewed on Facebook at www.facebook.com/snowsmacon/

Visit www.snowsmacon.com to express condolences.
Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Cherry St. has charge of the arrangements.