Harry Louie Bernard Jr.
February 22, 1933 – April 8, 2019
Harry Louie Bernard Jr., 86 of Manchester passed away suddenly Monday April 8, 2019 at his home. Born in North Adams, MA, Harry had lived in Vermont, Florida, Pennsylvania, Barnegat, NJ and Dover, NJ until settling down after retirement in Manchester 15 years ago. Harry was an Army Veteran, earning the rank of Sergeant during the Korean War and was proud to serve his country. Harry was a self-employed Machinist who owned and operated two different businesses, the first company along with his partners was PCI out of Eatontown then later owned the PCR Routing Company with Mark Vancini out of Fairfield, NJ. After retirement, Harry and his wife settled down in Manchester at the Renaissance where he was a member of the Men’s Club, Woodworkers Guild and the Wednesday Bowling League. Harry also loved Golfing and was an Avid Snow Skier, who enjoyed skiing many places in the USA, Canada, Europe and also enjoyed playing cards with friends. Harry is survived by his loving wife of 64 years, Renate (Muller), and his two devoted children Michael Bernard and Karen Kirchner, four grandchildren, Christopher, Melissa, Kimberly and Brandon and his eight great grandchildren, Paige, Connor, Hailey, Jake, Luke, Tyler, Adam and Mia. Also surviving are his sister in law and brother in law Marianne and Hans Kratschmer of Germany and a host of loving nieces and nephews.
- Renate Bernard, Spouse
- Michael Bernard, Son
- Karen Kirchner, Daughter
- Celebration of Life Wednesday, April 17, 2019
- Funeral Service Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Harry Louie Bernard Jr.
April 16, 2019
Renate, Mike, Karen : My deepest sympathies to you and yours. Your husband and dad was a true gentleman & great man with a heart full of love and kindness. I will miss my friend . The words he spoke, the things he said... Are never absent , never dead....The deep content his love awoke... Live yet within the words he spoke. Hal MacDonald
Fred Clark iii
April 13, 2019
Harry the No.Adam, Mass .Ski Bum. The Seven Dwarfs will miss you so much , but our memories will last forever.Many ski trips to Europe & Western Rockies and Killington ,Va. But theres a bigger mountain where Harry wil rest and someday we will all take our last run together as the OLD OLD BUMS. Will miss you my friend. Fred Sleeze Dwarf Clark
April 11, 2019
Deepest sympathies to Renate and family. I have many fond memories of my times with Harry, he was always a joy to be around. He gave to so many in so many ways. His common sense, his willingness to teach and to help, plus share a joke or two made for many fun times. As sad as I am that he is gone, I can not help but smile when I think of him. Phil and Lois
Fred Clark IV
April 9, 2019
So sorry to hear the news..... I will fondly remember all of
The Seven Dwarf trips with he and my Dad (Fred III). I especially will remember helicopter skiing with them both in Canada. My
Condolences to the family. He will be missed. Fondly, Fred Clark Jr.