What a pleasure to meet and spend some time with such a lady. Bernice was the epitome of grace, and her strength of character was evident in her wonderful nursing career and her faith. We send our heartfelt condolences to her family and hope they derive comfort from the wonderful memories they have and hope that we can, indeed, celebrate a life so well lived.
Dear Andrea,Ed and family,
Bernice was a dear and special person.I know how much she meant to you. I am grateful to have had the privilege of knowing her.My deepest condolences to you and your family.
We were saddened to hear about the passing of your mom. She was a very special person. We enjoyed our time on Matthews Street and have many fond memories of both your mother and father.
Our Nana was everything that we could have ever hoped for in a Nana and more. She always welcomed us into her home with such open loving arms and a big smile. She made each one us feel so incredibly loved and supported. Despite the four of us being very different people, each of us could always feel how proud she was of our own accomplishments and she was always so eager and interested to hear about our day to day lives. Throughout the past 30 + years, between the four of us, we likely spent many thousands of hours on the phone with her. It is surprising that anyone else was able to get anything more of a busy signal when they tried to phone her.
Our best memories of our Nana, are those with our Nana and Papa at the family home ( "161") and family camp ( "Loon"). The many years of everyday dinners and tea times, holiday dinners and traditions, celebrated together as a family at 161. The countless hours spent swimming, taking saunas, and playing outside all together at Loon.
We thank you our Dear Nana for all the love that you gave us, for the real that friendships you built with us, and for all the memories you made with us. We deeply miss you and will love you forever. You are one of a kind and we are so honoured to have had you as our Nan. Love always, Matt, Nat, Jeremy & Steph
Our family sends heartfelt condolesnces to you. Growing up in Port Arthur we knew Bernice and George as our parents (Frank and Marilyn Morrison) were dear friends. Mom always told us the nursing stories and times with Bernice, Betty Eileen, and all the girls that graduated together. We have fun memories of Bernice and George visiting us at our camp at Silver Islet. From my dad Frank Morrison and all our family we send love and prayers. Your mom was an amazing woman and a great friend to my mom.
Love to you all❤🌷