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October 25, 2016
It is with a great sadness we learnt we will never again meet Bert . With my wife Nicole , my son Fabrice and my daugther Cendrine we will always remember Bert, who was my boss in IBM during my mission in Lexington, from 1982 to 1985.
Arriving in Lexington from IBM France, Paris, with my family , we were welcomed like old friends by Bert and Berverly, our introduction to the Blue Grass wonderfull environment was greatly facilitated . Bert was a top manager and with Beverly, very nice,smily friends;we were happy to meet them again in Paris and travel with in Burgundy. Our deep condolences to Beverly and the family, we are so sad !

Jean-Pierre Sala
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October 11, 2016
Our deep felt condolences to Beverly and the entire Sparrow family. Bert will be greatly missed here in Petoskey, especially by the golfers at the Petoskey Bay View Country Club and by the Tuesday and Thursday morning Friendship Center bridge group.

Bert was a true gentleman, had a great sense of humor, and was very good company at the dinning table. Whatever Bert did he did it very well. He was well liked by all.

Again, our sympathies and condolences, and may God Bless the Sparrrow family.

Max and Mary Putters, Petoskey, Mi.