The past two weeks have probably been the hardest two weeks of my life, but I wouldn't change it for anything. I'm so very grateful that I was able to spend some time with you Gramp, to play some songs for you and tell you that I love you, to hold your hand and talk with you. You taught me my first guitar chords when I was fifteen and that has been the best gift I have ever received. Whether you know it or not, you changed my life for the better and I try to live my life by emulating the same kindness,love, and compassion you have always shown to others. Thank you so very much for not only being a great grandfather but a mentor in my life. Love you so very much gramp, I won't say goodbye, I say so long, till I see you again.
My Sincere Sympathy to Doreen , Faye , Carolyn , Randy and all the grandchildren & great-grandchildren ......you have lots of great memories.
Irene Evans Blacquiere Rusticoville PEI
our condolences to Doreen and family at this difficult time. we are very sorry to hear of Burnells passing.His musical talent will always live on in his grandchildren and great grandchildren and he will be remembered for his pleasant smile. thinking of you all. brian,eleanor,brittany and haley evans
To a wonderful Father-In-Law. You will always live in our hearts and prayers. We will miss you.
My condolences to you and your family at this difficult time. I remember meeting Bernie several years ago through my Dad, Claude Parker. Bernie was a special person.
Ruth C. Parker