Bernadette Leonard

Clifton Park, New York

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To know Bernie was to love her. A dear, beautiful person who brought joy to all who knew her. Sorry not to be able to be with
all of you. Sincere sympathy sent from the heart.
Love, "Grandma Marge"

Our hearts go out to the entire Leonard Family today. We wish we could be there, with all of you, to honor the life of this amazing and incredibly kind woman. We could learn from her example of how to embrace life - even with all of the challenges! She was resilient!!
- The Koellner Family

Bernie brought so many happy moments into our lives and has left us all a treasure trove of memories. It is the little things, the laughs, smiles, conversations - it is these memories that will help push the pain away and bring back smiles. My heart goes out to you Jim and your family during this difficult time.

Always, Anne

I was deeply saddened by the news of Mrs. Leonard passing. She was a great lady!! I loved her very much. My heart felt condolences to the Leonard family.

Although I never met Bernadette, we were both high school graduates of Vincentian Institute (class of l958). I noticed in the obituary that she was exactly one day younger than I am, and I also am struggling with type 2 Diabetes. My condolences to all members of her family. I will certainly pray for her and make a contribution in her name to the American Diabetes Association.


Bernadette's Obituaries

Leonard, Bernadette "Bach" CLIFTON PARK Bernadette "Bach" Leonard (nee Jasinski) entered into rest on June 27, 2014. Born on January 7, 1941, in Albany, she was the daughter of the late Bernard and Agnes Jasinski. Bernadette enjoyed going to her grandchildren's sporting...

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