Eugene Webster Bond, 93, the retired secretary-treasurer of the old Bliss Electrical School in Takoma Park, died Tuesday at the Cambridge Health Care Center in Cambridge. Ohio, after a stroke.
Mr. Bond was secretary - treasurer of the school from 1925 until his retirement when the school went out of business in 1950.
He then moved to Sarasota, Fla., and worked in real estate until his second retirement in 1970. During this time he spent his summers in this area and worked for the Robert E. Lohr realty company in Takoma Park.
Mr. Bond was born in Monticello, III. He grew up in Potomac in a two-story log house on River Road, which was located near a goldmine managed by his father, Albert D. Bond.
He graduated from the old Business High School here and earned a law degree from George Washington University law school.
Mr. Bond was active as a layman in the Presbyterian Church and was a longtime treasurer of the Westminister Foundation, a Presbyterian organization.
His wife, Edith Campbell Bond, died in 1976.
Survivors include two daughters, Edith Thompson, of Fort Collins, Colo., and Marion Johnson, of Fairview, Ohio; a son, Richard C., of Potomac, and eight grandchildren.