Dee Ann Bond

by | Sep 22, 2022 | Obituaries

Noblesville, Indiana—Dee Ann Bond, 75, of Noblesville, Indiana, passed away on August 20, 2022.

Dee was a part of the “Baby Boom” after World War II and was born on March 13, 1947 to Dean and Ruth Benjamin of Monticello, Indiana. After she graduated from Twin Lakes High School, Dee went on to study Marketing at Indiana University, Bloomington. At IU, she was involved in IU radio, debate team, drama and graduated with honors.

After completing her bachelor’s degree at IU, she worked as a development director for non-profit organizations including The Red Cross and United Way and then went on to become the executive director of a local YWCA and Women’s Shelter, helping support women seeking to escape domestic violence. She also taught marketing at the University of Indianapolis. Dee was an advocate for women’s rights, had a passion for education and focused her career on helping the less fortunate.

In November of 1989, Dee launched Dee Ann Bond & Associates (The Stevens Agency) her own public relations and advertising firm on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis.

Dee married Robert Bond in 1978 and lived in the (Acton) Indianapolis area for many years. During that time, they enjoyed traveling and the friendships they made there. Later in life, they relocated to Noblesville, Indiana where Dee was an active member of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, an international organization supporting women’s education. Dee was a beautiful, intelligent, successful woman who loved her family.

Dee is survived by her husband, Robert Bond, two daughters; Holly McGuire (Dan McGuire) and Heidi Raymond (Charlie Raymond) and grandchildren; Hudson McGuire, Jett McGuire, Ryley Studer, Reese Studer and Finley Mitchell.

A celebration of life Open House was held at Nesst of Noblesville. The family requests donations be made to Contributions to the P.E.O. Foundation | P.E.O. International (, an organization Dee felt strongly about. Stillinger Family Funeral Home, Greenfield. To leave a condolence in Dee’s memory, visit