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Bernard C. Bibb

Louisville, Kentucky

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Memorial Day weekend and memories of you brings a big smile. It's been four months since you left to be with our Heavenly Father and it still seems like yesterday. Brandee, Miles and Shalyn are doing good and I have enjoyed spending time with them and helping out when needed. We talk about you often and laugh at the funny stories we tell each other. You will never be forgotten.

Our prayers go out to the Bibb Family

Ovella Jackson and Family

When I think about Benard I go to a happy place. I am so thankful that I get a chance to know him. He was one of the first people that I met when I came to Louisville. We both love to dance and have a great time together. I can say that he was a good man with a Genuine heart And always treated me with respect. Rest in peace my friend.

Bernard you have made laugh for over the last 25yrs at the UL games. i can still hear you hollering it's a FREE SHOT when they would miss there free throws. The games have not been the same since you was last there. Rest easy my friend you will truly be missed.... GO CARDS

Hey Babe,
Love you; miss you even more. The last five months were wonderful spending them with you. I'll keep in contact with Brandee, Miles & Shalyn. Keep smiling while you strut around Heaven. You were a real trooper during your illness and a great example for us all. RIP Babe.

Bernard you truly have a front row seat now in the Heavenly arena, you will be missed and thanks for all the wonderful times we had at dances and the ball games. Go Cards !!! May God be with the family.

TO THE BIBB FAMILY,MY HEART IS SAD AND I KNOW CEE IS DANCING WITH THE LORD!MY RECENT MEMORY WAS THE LAST 8TH OF AUGUST WHEN HE WAS HOME IN RUSSELLVILLE.WE HAD A BALL!!!

My heart is so sadden by the loss of my crazy dear friend Bernard. I have only known him a short time but it seems like a life time. I will miss running into him everywhere something is going on. playing cards or the CARDS playing. I will truly miss my sharp dress friend.

I wipe the tears from my eyes but there is still a smile on my face, because my memories of you are all fun and friendship.
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Obituaries

Bernard's Obituaries

BIBB, BERNARD C., 70, of Louisville, passed away Monday, January 13, 2014, at Norton Brownsboro Hospital. He was a member of Green Castle Baptist Church, retired from Ford, and an army Vietnam veteran. He is survived by his daughter, Brandee Bibb; sister, LaVaughn Bibb Duncan; two grandchildren;...

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