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Margo Shelton Bond
(June 25, 1945 - January 3, 2019)

A memorial service for Margo Shelton Bond of Winona will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 6, in the Lee Funeral Home
Chapel, with visitation beginning at 2:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

Mrs. Bond, 73, died at St. Dominic Jackson Memorial Hospital in Jackson on Thursday, January 3.  She was born in Winona on
June 25, 1945, to James L. "Buddy" and Eunice Neal Shelton, both of whom preceded her in death.  Mrs. Bond formerly worked in
education with the Winona Public School District.

Mrs. Bond is survived by her husband, Donald Bond of Winona; two sons, Michael Warner Bond of Atlanta, Georgia, and Lee
Shelton Bond (Christy) of Greenwood; sister, Mitzi S. Sallis (Edwin); and two granddaughters, Mary Shelton Bond and Ann Warner

Memorial contributions may be made to WAAG (Winona Animal Advocacy Group), P. O. Box 6, Winona, MS  38967; or to the
Winona-Montgomery County Public Library, 115 North Quitman, Winona, MS  38967.

Sunday, January 6
2 - 3 pm
Lee Funeral Home

Memorial Service
Sunday, January 6
3 pm
Lee Chapel
June 25, 1945
January 3, 2019
Lauree Carter

Thoughts and prayers for all the family members

Annette Blaine

So sorry for your loss. Lifting the entire family up in prayer

Janie Campbell

I am so sorry for your loss. Margo was a sweet, sweet person. I know you will miss her so much. Donald, my prayers
are with you and your family. Janie Williams Campbell c/o ' 65

Martha Faye Burrell

You have my sympathy in the death of Margo Bond, one of my 1963 classmates!! I hope the Lord gives you peace and

Linda Tharp

Donald, Mike, Lee and Family, Ben & I send our sympathy to all of you. I enjoyed over 20 years working with Margo
at Winona Public School. She was such a good friend and I know she will be missed by so many. All of you are in our
prayers ! May Go d comfort each of you in the days ahead. Linda & Ben Tharp

Cathy Corrine Jacks Johnson

I am so sorry for your loss.

Desiree Mitchell Everett

So sorry to hear of Margo's passing. Haven't seen her in years. She was a lovely girl. Desiree

Jo Sunderland Woods

I am So sorry to hear this Donald. Prayers to you and your family to get through this Very difficult time.

Terry C. Barton