Terry Ford Bonds
- March 30, 1946 - February 15, 2012
- Austin, Texas
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How do words even begin to truly express how your unconditional love touched not only my life, but so many others. I can hear you say, as you hold my face and look directly at me, "Be good to you." And I see you across the room, big smile and joyful laugh. There is a less light here now without you and you are greatly missed. But I am forever grateful for sharing your life and love with us and
Posted by: Alicia Glover - Austin, TX - Friend Feb 17, 2012
Terry was an amazing man... The type of person that always made you feel like YOU were the most important one in the whole room, even when it was filled with people he knew & loved!!
And of course there was his laugh... Unmistakeable, joyful & sincere... I think it is what I will miss the most... That & his amazing hugs :-)
Posted by: Kimberly - TX - Friend Feb 17, 2012
Met Terry at northland!!
He always gave out big Hugs!!
Always asked how I was!!
We,ll miss you Terry!!
All the Best
Posted by: Carlos Fernandez Jr. - Austin, TX - Friend from "Northland" Feb 17, 2012
My words cannot express enough what this GREAT man has given to my LIFE.
Terry Ford Bonds was a FATHER figure, my FRIEND and most of all, my first SPONSOR.
Terry showed me Love from the first day we meet on March 11 2006 by showing me a path to LIVING that I still follow today. He showed me GOD’S love and love until I was able to love myself by opening up his heart, home, Big Book and most
Posted by: KENNETH C SCHULTZ - AUSTIN, TX - SPONSOR Feb 17, 2012
Thanks Terry for sharing your life with us and being "the other Cowboy" in my life! You brightened up our world when you came to Cowboy Christmas and for sharing your story with us in Bastrop a few years back. Rudy & I will miss you, but your Spirit will live on in the Legacy you left in our hearts and all of us that loved you so very much. In remembering Terry, couldn't help but smile about the fun
Posted by: Janice & Rudy Woods - Bastrop, TX - Friend Feb 17, 2012
Terry: Thank you for being a part of my life. You gave me so much love during a very difficult time in my life. You never judged me. You always met me with a smile and kind words. You loved me when I didn't love myself. I will miss you, Dear Friend. Thank you for leaving your "bootprints" on my heart.
Posted by: Kerri - Katy, TX - Friend Feb 17, 2012
Terry, we walked a lot of paths since high school. I am glad ours kept crossing all these years. Our visit times were always fun and emotional too. Silly stuff - some at the Blood Bank and most recently Springhill, others too. I am grateful we shared those times. I will treasure that Marine Corp cap you gave me. I know how hard the last couple of years were, and now you have real peace and I am glad for
Posted by: Dalton "Dolly" Mogonye - Pflugerville, TX - friend Feb 17, 2012
In the short time I knew you Terry, I saw a wonderful, caring and loving man that only wanted one thing, Karen! Your devotion to each other was an inspiration and I'm so happy that I got to know both of you. Life is eternal, love is immortal, death is only a horizon, and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight. I wish you a peaceful journey back to your loved ones, Mr. Bonds.
Posted by: Michele Mehalic - Cedar Park, TX - nurse Feb 17, 2012
Terry, what a great man you were. Thank you so much for the countless amount of laughs, cries and memories created! Until we meet again, may you rest in eternal peace! Love, Jennifer C.
Posted by: Jennifer Collier - Austin, TX - Former daughter-in-law Feb 17, 2012
Thank you, my friend, for all of your help and guidance.
Posted by: Wayne Walker - Friend Feb 16, 2012