Darryl and Linda Bond live in the house in St. Martin's Village where he and his seven siblings grew up. Darryl's  father, Alvin Bond, did much of the concrete work on houses in the neighborhood in the '50s and '60s.
Darryl and Linda Bond live in the house in St. Martin's Village where he and his seven siblings grew up. Darryl's father, Alvin Bond, did much of the concrete work on houses in the neighborhood in the '50s and '60s. Herald-Leader
Darryl and Linda Bond live in the house in St. Martin's Village where he and his seven siblings grew up. Darryl's father, Alvin Bond, did much of the concrete work on houses in the neighborhood in the '50s and '60s. Herald-Leader

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