top of page

In Memoriam: Remembering Rebecca 'Becky' Bond, Esteemed Communications Officer

Rebecca 'Becky' Bond
Rebecca 'Becky' Bond

BAKER, La. — With profound sadness, we announce the passing of Rebecca 'Becky' Bond, the dedicated Communications Officer of the Mayor's Office in the City of Baker, Louisiana. Becky's sudden departure has left us all reeling with shock and sorrow.


As the heart of communication for our city, Becky's role was instrumental in fostering transparency, engagement, and unity within our community. Her commitment to excellence, paired with her dedication to serving the citizens of Baker, was unparalleled. No challenge was too great for Becky, and her tireless efforts have left an indelible mark on our city's communication landscape.


Beyond her professional responsibilities, Becky's warmth, kindness, and genuine concern for others endeared her to all who had the privilege of knowing her. She was not only a valued colleague but also a trusted friend and confidante.


Mayor Darnell Waites reflects on Becky's legacy, stating, "Becky's passion for her work and her dedication to our city were evident in every aspect of her life. Her presence will be deeply missed, and her contributions to our community will be remembered for years to come."


Ivory Payne, Publisher and CEO of the Baton Rouge Weekly Press Newspaper, adds, "Becky's impact on our community cannot be overstated. Her professionalism, coupled with her genuine compassion, set a standard of excellence for all to aspire to."


On Wednesday, April 24, family, friends, and colleagues gathered together to celebrate her life and legacy. It was a time to share stories, offer comfort, and pay tribute to a remarkable individual who made a difference in our lives and our community.


As we mourn the loss of Becky, let us also celebrate her remarkable life and the countless lives she touched along the way. Though she may be gone, her legacy will continue to inspire us all.


Our thoughts and prayers are with Becky's family, friends, and loved ones during this difficult time. May she rest in peace knowing the profound impact she made on the City of Baker will never be forgotten.

129 views0 comments

Comments


bottom of page