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July 18, 2018

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September 16, 2017
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Your mom will be missed by many.
September 14, 2017
Aunt Bernice has found peace with her Lord. Our families shared many happy and joyful experiences over the years even though her and Uncle Elmer were were living and raising their children while Uncle Elmer served our Country in the US Army. When Uncle Elmer retired and brought Bernice, Mike, Ron and Mae back to Sheboygan to live, I am sure it was one of the happier days for my mother as she now had her sister and her family back together. We had many great times frying brats in the back yards and sharing our times together as our families shared their lives together. Bernice was always kind and considerate toward me and very concerned for my welfare as I grew. Sadly time separated us as my wife Bonnie and our children Jennifer and Jonathon moved to Madison and did not have the close connection that we had when we were all together in Sheboygan. This happened to Aunt Bernice also as she witnessed the changes in the lives of my cousins and the moving of Mike and Pam and Mae and Dave to New Mexico. Ron and Gail continued to live in Sheboygan and I am sure this gave Bernice great joy in having Ron and his family remain close by.

Aunt Bernice was a strong women and lived a long and satisfying life. I never saw her angry nor unhappy, other than when her loving husband died and her sisters and brothers left this world. She will be remembered by me as a wonderful Aunt and a person that I could look up to and know that she truly loved me and my family.