Rev. Rose Bondy

Obituary of Rev. Rose Bondy

BONDY: Rev. Rose Frances (nee Ciccone)

Graduated into glory at 21:17 on Friday Feb 04/22, surrounded by her loving family. Daughter of the late Anthony and Palmina Ciccone. Younger sister and sister in law to late Carmelo "Frank" Ciccone, (Heather) and Rocco Ciccone (Jean). Beloved wife of the late Rev. J. George Bondy. Proud and loving mother of late Antoinette Meloche, Adrian Joseph (Mary), Christopher (Denise), late George, Sharon Ethel Reeve (Doug), Lorraine Frances Bondy, Gregory (Doreen), Matthew (Julie), Jerry (Sheri Guilbueault). Gramma Rose will be greatly missed by her 25 grandchildren; Tricia and Christie Meloche, Tanya, Jennifer and Anthony Bondy, Kaelyn, Jacob, Mariah and Lucas Bondy and Janelle Asandrov, Eric Brockman, Karlie, Jason, Candace and Joel Wyscaver, Daniel and Joshua Arseneault and Gabriel Bondy, Talia, Derek and Ezra Alarid, Tiffany, Judah, Ariel and Nathan Bondy, 32 Great Grandchildren, and 1 great, great grand daughter. Rev Rose was greatly loved by everyone who met her, quickly adopting them into her circle where she loved and encouraged all with a scripture, song, psalm or email. She authored and taught "The Love Walk" message which she lived faithfully leaving a legacy of learning for many. Rev. Rose and George attended Rhema Bible Training Centre in Abbotsford BC and then returned to teach the following year. They received ordination from ICFCM and then again from CFCM. Together with her husband Rev. George they ministered for over 50 years including many missionary journeys. Destinations include Ghana, West Africa, Jalisco Mexico, Los Angeles and Shasta County, California and Rochester, New York.  Rev. Rose served in several capacities in many churches and taught at various women's functions including many times at Women's Aglow. Her love for her family and others was surpassed only by her love for God and HIS Word. Rose's life was filled with exciting experiences and rich family bonds. She will be greatly missed and oh, so fondly cherished in our hearts and memories forever. A Memorial to celebrate Rose's life will be held in late spring or summer. Arrangements entrusted to Reid Funeral Home, 87 Maidstone Ave. E., Essex (519-776-4233). Memorial Donations made to Gateway International Christian Church would be appreciated. Family and friends are invited to share their memories and condolences online at