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Bernard Oscar Berry


November 2, 1924 - April 2, 2011
10 Years Ago, In Loving Memory
If at home you do not find me,
For I must break the chains that bind me, Down by the waters I must go,
To watch the tides, the ebb and flo. To watch the eagle high above,
Or even see a morning dove,
A spotted towhee flaunts his stuff,
A flash of brilliance in the rough. The joy of nature by the sea, Creations gift to you and me,
It's there for every seeking eye,
If we would watch as time goes by.
Written by Bernard Berry

You are always in our hearts,
We all miss you deeply; June, Gail, Mark, Wayne and Dale