Carter M. Bond

carterCarter M. Bond, a former private school athletic instructor and homemaker, died of complications from a stroke Jan. 22 at Sinai Hospital. The former longtime Stevenson resident was 91.

The former Catherine Carter Middleton — she never used her first name and was known as Carter — was born in Philadelphia, the daughter of S. Atherton Middleton, lacrosse coach at the University of Pennsylvania and later headmaster of St. Paul’s School for Boys, and his wife, Catherine Redwood Middleton, a homemaker who helped her husband operate Camp Gunston in Centreville.

After graduating in 1948 from Garrison Forest School and Strayer’s Business College, where she had studied business, she worked for Household Finance Corp. From 1966 to 1973, she was an athletic instructor in the St. Paul’s School for Boys Lower School.

In 1952, she married Joseph Sedwick Sollers Jr., who was president of William T. Burnett Co. and a member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

Two years later after her husband died in 1995, Mrs. Bond married Thomas Talbott Bond, founder of the T. Talbott Bond Co., a Baltimore-Washington photocopier dealership. The couple traveled extensively until his death in 2011.