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Bernard Barnett

Obituary Condolences

Bernard Barnett 88 years young, passed away February 13th surrounded by the love and laughter of a family he proudly spent a lifetime building. The legacy created by Bernie and Norma carries with it the promise of kindness to those less fortunate, the strength to do what is right even when it may not be easy, and the importance of always keeping your family close at heart. Bernies loyalty and sense of purpose made him a hero to those who knew him, and as a World War II veteran, a hero to those who may not have had the pleasure. Bernie is predeceased by his wife, Norma and his brother, Irving. He is survived by his brother, Abe and wife, Enid, and his sister, Eleanor Wiss. He will be missed forever by his five children and fourteen grandchildren: Judy Barnett Savin, her husband, Nick and their children, Sharalyn, Cami, and Allyson; Patricia Barnett Stone and her husband, Jon and their children, Bethany Stone Bramhavar and her husband, Nikhil, and Nathaniel Stone; Allyson Barnett Lussier and her husband, Ed and their children, Samantha, Mackenzie, and Kyle; Daniel Barnett and his wife, Denise and their children, Corey and Cole; and last, but not least, the Brown family: Carla Barnett Brown and her husband, Bob and their children, Chad, Dylan, Scott and Amanda. Other family members include the Melvin Durrwachter family and the Alvah P. Smith family of Matamoras, PA , the Declan Carroll family of Milford, PA and Denise Kelly of Dedham, MA. Bernie is also fortunate to leave his love for several nieces, nephews and close friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mountain Laurel, VFW Post 8612, PO Box 718, Milford, PA 18337.

Published in The Hingham Journal from Feb. 17 to Feb. 24, 2011
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