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July 15, 2018

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July 2, 2017
BERNICE,I pray that you are resting in peace .I know all of you are having a blast in heaven Miss you ,you will always be in my heart ,Marylou
December 12, 2016
My thoughts, prayers and condolences are with the family and friends of Bernice. I knew Bernice through U.S. Customs and Border Protection. She was very loyal, knowledgeable and cared very deeply about the people she worked with. She was always kind and always made people glad to be around her. She will be greatly missed! May God bless Bernice and let perpetual light shine upon her.
December 11, 2016
My condolences to the family, may you find the strength to endure this difficult time and gain comfort knowing that others cares.
December 10, 2016
Our prayers for Bernice and condolences to her loved ones. I knew her as our Admin staff supervisor and HR head who had been with United States Customs Air Surveillance since the center began in the mid 1980s as a small, experimental unit with just a couple of small military surplus airplanes. They had no hangars but only borrowed office space at the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station. For those of you who didn't know, Bernice was behind the scenes as an integral part of the fledgling Admin staff as agents were interviewed to become test pilots and ex military radar operators were interviewed for airborne drug interdiction officers while new aircraft were being designed for our unique intercontinental counter-drug missions. She was a part of history--processing the personnel hirings, transfers, research, and many other HR duties as they evolved to over 200 personnel, over two dozen custom designed Customs P3 AWACS and P3 Interceptors spread across several hangars at two Customs bases, Corpus Christi and Jacksonville. She was there as Customs emergency-launched all over this continent to patrol our skies during the eerie days on-and-after 9/11 when all civilian & airline aircraft were grounded. She in-processed me when I joined Customs, and she even came to my wedding to Donna in 2008. She reprocessed pilots and sensor operators when we recently augmented our fleets with over a half dozen of the large Predator drones, also custom designed for Customs. She was finally approaching retirement when cancer took her life, a sad end to someone deserving of much more. In the midst of sadness, I hope her family also finds pride in her accomplishments. God bless you Bernice, and let perpetual light shine upon you.