Guest Book for Mrs. Ginger R. Bond

Provided by Enid Cremation Service

Posted by: Holly Capra
Mon August 18, 2014
Please accept my sincere condolences to you and your family.  Ginger will be truly missed.

 

 
Posted by: Linda Barker
Mon August 18, 2014
Mike and family, I am very sorry to hear of Ginger's passing. I am thinking of you and will be keeping you in my prayers.
 

 
Posted by: Cecilia Runnels
Mon August 18, 2014
To Mike, Sabrina, and family.  Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Ginger will be missed by many of us.
 

 
Posted by: Jane Hachiya-Weiner
Tue August 19, 2014
I knew Ginger when she was a beautiful teenaged girl . I was classmates with her in Sasebo, Japan.  I see that her organizational skills that was blossoming back then came to full fruition in her career, as a Mother and Grandmother, wife and as a selfless volunteer for so many worthwhile causes.

I admired her then, I admire her now.   I pray for you all, her most beloved family.  May God's Peace embrace you all.  May we always remeber and celebrate the beautiful woman that Ginger was and look forward to seeing her again at the final Great Reunion.
 

 
Posted by: Kathy Roberts Brintnall
Wed August 20, 2014
Mike,
I am so sorry to hear about Ginger. Just wanted to let you know I am thinking about you and praying you will find peace, comfort and strength in the weeks ahead.
Our families go back longer than we've been born....a lot of great memories with your Grandpa Gib and my Daddy, Fred. Those two together were quite a pair!!
How did your Grandma and my Mom ever survive.

Hugs and love,
Kathy
 

 
Posted by: Cindy dever
Wed August 20, 2014
I met Ginger in Sasebo, Japan and had the priveledge of having a friendship with her that spanned 4 decades. I admire ginger for her strength and her courage and her faith. Her love for her family was ever present and easily seen. I was so very happy for her when she met and married mike, the love of her life! She was finally complete! I see everything good in her in her children, she has passed on a legacy of love and faith.
My very deepest condolences to mike and her chilren and grandchildren. We all now have a beautiful angel watching over us!
 

 
Posted by: Nelson Dumphy
Wed August 20, 2014
I met Ginger and her sister Brenda long ago in a far away land...Japan.  We were classmates and a very tight knit group.  She was naturally very popular with all her school mates and will be remembered by everyone for her wonderful welcoming smile.  We were fortunate to meet again later in life at a reunion back in 2006.  I was amazed at how little she had changed over the years...still the same wonderful, sincere, and caring person as I'm sure all can attest to.  This world is a colder place now that she has departed.  Hopefully your family and all her friends can find comfort knowing we were blessed to call "Shoga-san"/Ginger our life-long friend. Sayonara Shoga-san...RIP dear friend.
 

 
Posted by: Deb Witt
Wed August 20, 2014
Mike, Sabrina and families. I am so sorry for your loss. Ginger has undoubtedly arranged a craft project in heaven already. She will be sorely missed and her laughter and positive attitude facing difficulties will always be remembered.
 

 
Posted by: Jeff Brown
Wed August 20, 2014
Sending Ginger's family all of my love and support in this very tough time. I worked with Ginger for 20 years and thought the world of her. She was very kind, conscientious, and thoughtful to our patients, co-workers, and physicians.  She was very smart and capable of some very complex assignments. I know how much she loved her family and how proud she was of their accomplishments.  We all will miss her very much.
 

 
Posted by: Jimmy Clark
Mon August 25, 2014
We went to high school together in Japan. Ginger was a wonderful girl and brought smiles to everyone around her. She will be missed. I wish the best for her family.
 

 
Posted by: Pat Holloway
Tue September 02, 2014
Ginger was my husband Milton Holloway's cousin.  So sorry to hear about her passing. We lived so far away that we didn't know each other well.  We saw her when we visited Oklahoma but that was when she was small.   Some day we will all be reunited in heaven and will become great friends.  Thinking and praying for your family.