BERNICE OAKLEY

Obituary
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  • "Oh, how I remember this lovely lady. Bernice was the..."
    - Mary Lindsay
  • "She made a little Southern girl feel at home. She will..."
    - Karen Weeks-himel
  • "To my beloved mother in-law Bernice Oakley. I know how..."
    - Bob McGeorge
  • "You are forever in our hearts Nana. We love and miss you!!..."
    - Lorri Gould
  • "Love you Mama....."
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BERNICE OAKLEY Born September 21, 1919 Passed May 16, 2017 Bernice was a devoted and doting Mother and Nana. She loved everyone she met and the minute you came to their house she jumped up to get you something to eat, you never left our house without a full belly. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers and two sisters and her loving husband of 74 years Harold Oakley. She is survived by their two daughters Donna Fairfield of Vancouver Wa. and Marie (Bob) McGeorge of Pasco. She also leaves her special loves her grandkids Doug (Lorri) Gould, Tracy (Tom) Ninemire of Pasco and Kristine (Mark) Miller of Vancouver Wa. Her Great grandkids who were the loves of her life, Brandon Batey and Kyle Batey (Kymberly) of Pasco, Madison Gould of Seattle, Drew Miller and Luke Miller of Vancouver two sisters-in-law, Lucille Larrabee of Kennewick and Doris Anderson of Seattle and her loved nieces and nephews. We want to thank with all our hearts the kind and loving care at Royal Columbian Retirement from Robert Ogilvie and his great staff. Mother had a special caregiver Sherry Snyder she adored. We also thank the great people at Heartlink Hospice for their care and loving kindness. Now Mother and Daddy are in God's house, happy and well. We love you and miss you forever. A Graveside Service will be held Saturday June 3, 2017 at 11:00am at City View Cemetery Pasco with celebration of her life at 1:00 pm at the home of her Grandson, Doug Gould 8917 Sunset Trail in Pasco for family and friends In lieu of flowers donations may be made to First Lutheran Church 5th and Bonneville Pasco, Wa. 99301
Published in Tri-City Herald from May 28 to May 29, 2017