March 29, 2023 - February 03, 2014
BERNICE M. (KERNAN)
Age 79 of McCandless Twp., entered into eternal rest on Monday February 3, 2014 after a courageous battle with cancer. Loving wife of the late William G. Fenskie, Sr. Caring mother of Edward A. (the late Roberta L.) Fenskie of Austintown, OH., and the late William G., Jr. (surviving wife Nancy K.) Fenskie of Avalon. Grandmother of Derek W. of Columbus, OH, and Bryan E. of Austin, TX. Sister of the late John (surviving wife Barbara) Kernan, Helen ( the late Alfred) Gavulic, the late James (surviving wife Margaret) Kernan, Delores ( the late Edwin Carder and late Edmund Jacquel) Jacquel. Sister in law of Elsie (Richard) Thompson, and the late Barbara ( the late Leroy) Poston. Aunt to numerous nieces and nephews. She will be deeply missed by her many dear friends at Trinity Lutheran Church where she was a very devoted member. Friends and family are invited to celebrate Bernice’s life on Wednesday 2-4, 6-8 PM at the T.B. Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy. North Hills. Funeral service Thursday at 10:00 AM in Trinity Lutheran Church, 2500 Brandt School Rd. Wexford, Pa. 15009.
i will miss you my friend. you fought a gallant fight but i know you are in a better place and with all who are waiting for you.
Bernice’s positive attitude was something that I will always remember about her. Her smile and laugher were contagious! She will be missed by so many. God bless your family as you grieve your loss.
Bernice is the ultimate example of a devoted Christian. Her memory as a true friend and her legacy at Trinity will live on.
Bernice was a kind and loving sister in Christ who will be deeply missed.
Bernice you are an angel on earth as well as heaven. You have been so loving and giving and talented with special skills. Always looking beautiful and mostly with your own creations.
You area treasured lady and an inspiration to us all.
How do I put it into words about this special, lady?? She always had a smile on her face and willing to help anyone…She sat in front of me for years, she will be missed…For me, she was the light I looked for each Sunday…Now she is with the Lord and at peace and no cancer..God Bless her and her family.
I know that God welcomed Bernice into his loving arms (complete with prayer shawl to warm and comfort her), but we will miss her at 3E’s. God bless Bernice and her family.
To Bernice’s Family,
My heart is heavy today upon learning of Bernice’s passing. I treasured getting to know her at Trinity’s adult Sunday School class and admired her laughter, kind spirit and determination to live life to the fullest.
Peace and blessings,