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Condolences for Bernadette Bender (Keyser)

Madeline WarshawThursday, April 8th

Sending prayers of comfort. Bern was a beautiful beautiful friend and an incredible woman !! I will miss her very much!

Gustavo LeiteFriday, April 9th

Our hearts go out to LJ and his lovely family, understanding that Bern is already with the Lord. Excellent memories of her, that received our son and our Brazilian family with such love and kindness!
God give comfort and peace of the ones mourn her this time.

Karen (Bottinger) HigginsFriday, April 9th

So sorry to hear of Bernie’s passing. We went through St. John’s grade school and high school from 3rd grade on. She was always friendly and well liked. RIP Bernadette.
My sympathy to her son and family.

Kathleen Rex AndersonSaturday, April 10th

My sincere prayers are offered for family and friends of Bernadette. Remember the good times. Bernadette’s contribution to this world was made with humor and love. I have great high school memories and she will be forever young in my world.

Christina EllershawThursday, April 15th

I am so very sorry for your loss. I only knew Bernadette through shopping, however she was one of the kindest people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. I hope you all find peace. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

Kathleen Zaremba LadasFriday, April 16th

I was so very sorry to hear of Bernadette's passing. A lifelong friend, we shared the unique bond of graduating from St. John's Grade School and High School. She touched our family with her joyous nature. She and my sister Diane were Legion of Mary members ,and she would visit my mother Josephine at Roxborough Hospital and share her love. She was so proud of her family and will always be our Special Angel. We send our love. Kathleen and Greg

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