Bernard Bennett Chute

28 September , 19338 November , 2018

Bernard Bennett Chute, age 85, of Chilliwack, British Columbia went to be with the Lord on Thursday November 8, 2018.

Bernard was born September 28, 1933 in New Westminster, British Columbia.

He will be sadly missed by his wife Irene Chute, his children Viola Swann (Dann), Tony Chute, Shirley Saunders (Greg), 9 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great granddaughter. Bernard will also be missed by his brother, Lawrie Chute (Sue), his sister Connie, and many nieces and nephews.

Bernard is predeceased by his granddaughter Verena, his great granddaughters Gracie and Meagan, and his brother Norman Chute.


  • Heart and Stroke Foundation


  • Celebration of Life Friday, 16 November , 2018

Bernard Bennett Chute

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Daryl Doherty

16 November 2018

Condolences to the Chute family on Bernie's passing.My dad & I had the pleasure of working with Bernie during our UGG days.
Condolences also to Greg & Shirley.

Daryl on behalf of the Doherty family.

Janice Baker

16 November 2018

Uncle Bernie was the sweetest man a girl could have for an uncle. He was real, sincere and authentic. Definitely one of a kind. I will always remember his big smile and big heart. My love goes out to all the family members.

Warren & Jane Sund

15 November 2018

So many laughs together,
so many dinner chats about which car to buy
or which neighbourhood to move to,
just so many ……..
Bernie, we miss you.
‘thank you, thank you very much’

warren and jane

Vicki Czubey (Chute)

13 November 2018

I have many memories of my grandfather. Spending alot of summers camping at sunnyside and swimming in the lake. Him taking us kids tubing well the other kids because I wouldnt go lol. Him singing elvis in the van on the way to Disneyland. Him always saying "Hey Vicki come sit on Grandpas lap" just so he could ask me how I was and chit chat. The last time I saw him I had made a "funny" and he had the biggest smile and loudest laugh and this will be something I will carry forever.

Shirley Saunders

12 November 2018

My dad always loved Christmas time. Getting together playing games eating and of course presents. He also loved playing Santa for the kids Christmas party at work and a few times for his grandchildren.

Clay Reid

10 November 2018

He will always be remembered as a very entertaining man on the scale floor office at UGG he did his job and still found ways to teach swimming strokes or the cha cha cha! Hence the nickname BERNIE A GO GO! I CAN STILL HEAR THE LAUGHTER AND WHO COULD FORGET THE FUNNEL TRICK! My condolences to all of Bernie's family
Clay Reid