Mr. Ward Bond (born April 9th, 1903 as "Wardell Edwin Bond") died suddenly at a hotel in Dallas on November 5th, 1960 with his wife at his side. His cause of death was because of a Heart attack. He was 57 years old when he died.
Wardell is survived by his aging parents, Mabel L. Bond and John W. Bond, and his second wife, Mary Louise May.
Professionally, Wardell was a Film-Actor who was best known for his role in the American TV series "Wagon Train" in the 1950s.
When he was not working as a Film-Actor, Wardell was known for his love of horses and he would spend most Sundays at the track. Mr. Bond (also known as Wardell Bond) also spent ages visiting with his oldest friend most Saturdays when he was able to spare a lot of minutes.
In lieu of flowers, his wife asks that you make a paltry donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in Wardell's honor.
A funeral is scheduled for Sunday the 10th at the crematorium in Benkelman. The service will commence at 4PM with a reception to follow hosted by his mother at the undertaker's where refreshments will be served. All are welcome to the visitation to be held at crematorium at 9AM.
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