Harvey Allan Bond (long time member of the Salvation Army) passed away suddenly, on Monday, August 16th, 2021. Age 81 years.

Predeceased by his parents Ernest and Velma Bond. Dear brother of Arthur and his wife Ida; Lorna Peters and her husband Garry Spencer; and the late Mickey; Lloyd (wife Lil); and Robert. Fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

Friends will be received at the Logan Funeral Home (81 James Street, Parry Sound 705-746-5855) on Friday, August 20th, 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 A.M. Service in the Logan Memorial Chapel at 11:00 A.M.

Interment Hillcrest Cemetery.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Salvation Army would be appreciated.

No eye has seen
No ear has heard
No mind has conceived
What God has prepared for
those who love him.
1 Corinthians 2:9


Knew Harvey for over 40 years . May God bless you Harvey ....Always a gentleman true to God and his church .The Salvation Army....I will miss talking to him

-Patrick O'Halloran

We will never forget Harvey's love for the Lord, his commitment, his hard work, and his faithful support during our time in Parry Sound. We also think of his vibrant sense of humour and the good times we shared. We offer our sincere condolences to Harvey's family and friends.

-Majors Phil & Bev Franco

The Golden Age Bowling League passes on sincere condolences to the Bond Family. Harvey's competitive spirit will be truly missed at the lanes.

-Paul Cuthbert

Heartfelt condolences from the McDonald family at Georgian Lanes.
Harvey loved his bowling and was one of the longest running members of our leagues.
He will be missed and fondly remembered.

-Chris McDonald

Harvey was such a great help and faithful soul during my time at the Salvation Army in Parry Sound. Sending my thoughts and prayers to his family and the church family! Bless you all!

-Major Darlene Burt

RIP Harvey , you are certainly walking with the Lord , you will be sadly missed.

-Wendy Oickle

Very fond memories of Harvey. Two stand out: one I was very young and Harvey came to our house with a Christmas hamper. I was so impressed. The other was at Camp Madawaska he was practicing his horn and a massive moose came out to see him.
A very polite and quiet man. Let his actions speak for him. Rest my friend they are rejoicing in heaven for their soldier going home

-Steve Donnelly

Sorry to hear of Harvey’s passing. I highly valued and appreciated Harvey as a sterling Christian with a consistent witness and commendable commitment to God and The Salvation Army. His volunteer service was “second to none” and he gave his time and energies to his church service as though it were his paid work. I enjoyed ministering alongside Harvey and shared many laughs as well as more serious moments. He was most helpful in managing the expanding and growing ministries of The Salvation Army in the Parry Sound area. A great man whose passing will leave a vacuum which I trust others will seek to respectfully fill in honour of Harvey and in commitment to the Lord and His Church. Harvey, you have done well as a “good and faithful” servant. Thank you for enriching my journey and the journey of many. Now, Rest In Peace.

-Larry Martin

RIP Harvey. Sorry to hear of his passing.He was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed at the Salvation Army as well as by all who knew him. My condolences and love go out to Art and Ida.

-Ruth Pilgrim

RIP Harvey. I smile when I think of you and the conversations we had when I worked at the Salvation Army Rainbow Country Church❤️❤️❤️ Our condolences to your. Family.

-Janet and John Pratt

As native Parry Sounders we have known Harvey most of our lives. He was always a conscientious and dependable worker in the tasks he faced in life. Harvey’s sense of humour and gentlemanly manner were appreciated by all. Condolences to Harvey’s family and friends.
Mary & Bud Stevenson

-Mary & Bud Stevenson

We are so sorry to hear of Harvey's passing. He was a much loved uncle by all his nieces and nephews. Much love to his siblings. Love Jerry and Cindy Bond.

-Gerald and Cynthia Bond

He was my uncle, always there for anyone that needed help. He was so easy to talk to. He was the family jokester kept all of us laughing. he will be missed deeply. The Lord collected a perfect angle. RIP Uncle Harvey.

-derrick bond

Harvey was one of the finest examples of a Christian I ever had the privilege of knowing. I'm glad he was "Promoted to Glory!" See ya there, my friend

-Brett Barager

My condolences to Harvey’s family. Harvey always said hi to me when he saw me. My dad used to enjoy watching and talking minor hockey with Harvey at BOCC. RIP, Harvey.

-Anthony Shedden