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Walter F. Bernacki

Brick - Walter F. Bernacki, 94, of Brick NJ, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family. Walter, the youngest of two children born to Antoni and Rose Bernacki, of Jersey City, NJ.

After getting married to Anne Murtagh in 1961, they moved to Edison, NJ until 1976, after which they moved to Toms River, NJ where they lived until 2000 before moving to Holiday City at Berkeley.

Eleven years ago he moved to Brick to live with family and was a parishioner at Church of the

Visitation, Brick, NJ.

Walter served honorably in the US Army during the Korean War.

Walter worked in the New York/New Jersey harbors first as a deckhand, then as a Captain after

receiving his Master, Mates and Pilots license.

Walter, a loving husband, helped raise four children always supporting and encouraging them in

their activities, dreams and goals.

He is predeceased by his parents, sister Mary, and his beloved wife Anne.

He will be remembered and loved always by his surviving children and extended family, his

eldest son Larry Bernacki and his wife Mary Ann, his two daughters Nancy Merz and her

husband Bill, Melissa Rahn and her husband Mark, his youngest son Craig Bernacki and his

wife Michelle, his seven grandchildren, Clayton, Kyle, Derek, Amanda, Ashley, Colton and

Gehrig, and his great grandchild Jameson.

Viewing will be held Friday Sept. 14th from 2-4PM & 7-9PM at Silverton Memorial Funeral Home, 2482 Church Road, Toms River, NJ.

Funeral Mass to be held Saturday, 10:00 AM at St. Dominic's RC Church in Brick, please arrive at Funeral Home 8:30 AM. Burial will follow at St. Joseph's Cemetery.

In Lieu of flowers the family has request donations to American Lung in Walters's memory.
Published in Asbury Park Press on Sept. 13, 2018
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