Mary Louise Bondy

Jul 18, 1953 – Jan 2, 2015

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Mary Louise Cooper Bondy

July 18-1953 - January 2, 2015

Loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister.  Survived by husband Ron, Son Ian (Allison) grandson Braeden, siblings Michael (Jan), Michelle (Allen), Mark, Matthew (Chris), Marla (Dave) and 15 nieces and nephews. 

In keeping with her wishes no services will be held.   A celebration of Mary's life will be held at the VFW Hall, 416 Burnett Ave S Renton WA on Saturday, January 17, 2015 from 1:00-5:00pm.

Remembrance to Fred Hutchinson or your charity of choice.  In memory please wear Mary's favorite color purple.




Karen (Hash) Torkelson
Bothell, WA
Jan 17, 2015

Mary is everywhere is my memories. I have known her for 57 years and spent my grade school, junior high and high school years sharing great times. Living only a couple blocks away I remember going to the Cooper house and how it was always full of people and laughter. There were sleep overs, birthday parties, walking to school, sharing classes, cheer squad and so many more. I will remember her smile, her warm heart and even though we only saw each other at a reunion or a random gathering that bond was the same. You always think you have the chance to say thank you for all you mean to me and for all you brought into my life. Thank you Mary, I love you and RIP

Tom Lambro
Renton, WA
Jan 16, 2015

Mary and I have known one another for over 55 years. She and I played at Liberty Park while her brothers Mike and Mark played little league baseball with my brother Pete.

We grew up together, went to school together and remained close friends.

We would see one another at reunions and that just wasn't enough so I was so glad when I found her again at Boeing.

In the last 15 years I would stop by to see her, catch up with her and see how she was doing. Now I am glad for those chats.

I am so sorry to hear she has left us. I will miss her and her smile.

Deirdre Johnson
Kirkland, WA
Jan 14, 2015

A lovely sweet memory of Mary was when her grandson, Braeden, came home from Ron and Mary's home and excitedly told me of their giant garden they planted and grew together. More fun than that was the picking and eating together!

Cherished memory, Mary.

Randy Collins
Maple Valley, Wa
Jan 12, 2015

The Coopers lived just 4 houses up from us in Windsor hills when I was born. Marianne cared for me in my pre-school years while my folks were at work. Mary and I were the same age and Mary became my first pal on this earth. We remained great friends and classmates through grades 1-12. She was always cheerful and lively and fun to be be around and I'll always treasure memories of her. God Bless You Mary.

Lynn Pugh
Graham, WA
Jan 12, 2015

I am deeply saddened to hear about Mary passing, Ron and Ian you have my deepest sympathy. I will not ever forget the fond memories I have of Mary as a friend and a co-worker, I met Mary in 1989 at Boeing. Mary has always thought of others before she thought of herself. Mary was one of the most fun people to be around at work and away, I remember all the laughing and cussing we would do when things did not work out quite right, we had a blast. She left us so suddenly and she had so much more to do, but God has plans we don't always know about. Mary will be truly missed and the memories she has left us with, well those can not be taken from us.....

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