Bond, Howard H.(born: 1938 - died: 2015)
Howard H. Bond, a consulting firm executive, was born in Stanford, KY to Frederick D. and Edna G. Coleman Bond in 1938. A 1965 graduate of Eastern Michigan University (BA) and a 1974 graduate of Pace University (MBA), he worked with a number of companies, including Ford Motor Company as a labor supervisor, Xerox Corp. as a personnel manager, and Playboy Enterprises, Inc. as a vice president.
Bond was also a council member candidate for the city of Cincinnat, OH in 2003. He was managing director of the Phoenix Executech Group, having founded the company in 1977. And he was chairman and CEO of Bond Promotions and Apparel Co. in the Over-the-Rhine area of Cincinnati.
Bond was also a community activist and educator. He had taught leadership and social responsibility classes at Northern Kentucky University and was a former elected member of the Cincinnati Board of Education. He also served as president of the African American Political Caucus of Cincinnati and was a founding member of the Cincinnati Chapter of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc.
Bond was also a 33rd degree Mason, a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and a number of other organizations. He received a number of awards. Bond was also a U.S. Army veteran.
Bond died April 27, 2015 in Cincinnati. See his obituary at legacy.com.
For more see "Five receive Lions awards from Urban League," The Cincinnati Enquirer, 2/12/2006, Metro section, p. 5B; Who's Who Among African Americans, 1990-2006; and Howard H. Bond biography at the League of Women Voters of Ohio website.