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Albert Bondurant III

Albert Bondurant III, age 63, of Dublin, OH passed away on Monday, June 28, 2021 following an extended illness. The son of Albert II and Madaline (Ratlief) Bondurant, he was born on January 3, 1958 in Harrisburg, PA.

Surviving are his fiancé, Carolyn Veccia; and brother, Pierre Bondurant.

Albert had a passion for travel, whether it was a Sunday drive, or a week long trip to the National Parks across the country. Albert was always ready for an adventure and usually on the road less traveled. When you traveled along with him you never knew what wonderful treasure you would experience. When not on the road, he loved movies both at the theatre and at home. He had a particular fondness for old horror movies that reminded him of his childhood when he and his brother would stay up late to watch together.

Albert was proud of his education; having received his Undergraduate Degree from Otterbein University and his Graduate Degree from The Ohio State University.

He liked to entertain those around him and enjoyed the times when he was able to be involved in local theatre. He used this talent also in his career as a Organizational Development Professional to provide training to hundreds of individuals in the private and public sector. The very depth and richness of his voice was enough to command and keep attention on almost any subject he taught.

Special thank you to the staff at the James Cancer Center for their tireless care and kindness during the many weeks of Albert’s hospitalizations.

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  • Crystal Matthews says:

    I know that Albert is no longer suffering. What I’m also certain of is the love of those around him made his journey so much easier. I’m sure he appreciated all the long hours of being by his side. You are a treasure of a person and I’m certain Albert knew that and may you find comfort in knowing he is at peace and not in pain. You done everything you could have. Find rest in knowing that. Prayers for you and all his family and friends as you all work towards recovering from the loss.

  • Laura Larson says:

    Carolyn (and Pierre)-

    My thoughts are with both of you during this difficult time. Albert started as my supervisor and mentor and ended up being a wonderful friend over the years. I’m so grateful to have stay connected to him even after he left CO. I hope that he knew how many people he had surrounding him, both near and far, that cared very much for him. I know as his pain ended, your grief began – please know that we are here for you too. He was lucky to have such a loving partner in you!

  • Joy Rockwell says:

    My heart goes out to you. Al was a long time friend of mine, going back to 7th grade. In high school he was one of the funniest guys I knew. Back in the 1980’s he and I loved to have movie days. We would go from Chillicothe to Columbus, Ohio and organize a day going from theater to theater to watch 5 or 6 movies. He performed at our high school reunion telling humorous anecdotes about classmates. We kept in touch over the years and I knew of his illness. I am glad you were there for him at the end.

  • Carol Sharp says:

    My heart goes out to you and Pierre. Al was a wonderful individual and a great friend. He loved his brother so much. You are blessed to have gotten the time with Al that you did. I worked with Al over 25 yrs ago and we remained in touch over the years. I know how much he appreciated you being there for him these past several months. Prayers for you as you grieve the loss of a very special man. May you take comfort in knowing he is no longer suffering.

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