Frederick Bernardy

October 21, 1936 - October 30, 2022
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Frederick David Bernardy

October 21, 1936 – October 30, 2022


Frederick David Bernardy was born in Seaforth, MN on October 21, 1936, to Henry and Eva (Rittenour) Bernardy. He was the youngest of 15 children. He proudly served in the United States Army from 1957-1959 and was united in marriage to Rita (Wurscher) on May 30, 1960. They made their home and raised 3 daughters in Tucson, Arizona. He loved his family, friends, and fishing.

David is survived by his daughters, Kim Stark (and Rick) of Tucson, daughter Palus Turk of Prescott, daughter Karn Boyce (and Ken) of Tucson; grandchildren Daniel Isaac Turk, Sarah Jeanette Stark and Aspen (Mikala) Turk; 3 great grandchildren; sibling Florence Szczesniak and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents Henry and Eva; his wife, Rita; and many of his beloved brothers and sisters.

David passed away peacefully in his home on October 30, 2022.  He was truly a gentle soul with a giving heart.

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Born: October 21, 1936
Died: October 30, 2022

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Cyndi Bernardy posted on 11/8/22

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Cyndi Bernardy posted on 11/8/22

David / 8 Ball I only met you a couple of times since my marriage to Al. And we sent Christmas cards back and forth for a few years. But what I knew of you from the times we were together at Family Gatherings You were a Kind, Loving Man and Very fun to be around. You will Truly be Missed by Many here on earth. Fly With The Angels. Thoughts and Prayers to the Entire Family ❤️


Linda & Dave Weldy (Bernardy) posted on 11/8/22

Your family has our deepest sympathy. Uncle David was a gentle, kind man. I hope the memories bring you smiles & comfort.


Denny Bernardy posted on 11/8/22

Uncle “8-Ball” Will be missed by many. He was such a kind soft-spoken man. He always walk me into his home and would give the shirt off of his back to help someone. Heaven is a little brighter now.