In Loving Memory
Bernard Clifford Joyce

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A Funeral Service for Bernard
will be held
at St John’s Anglican Church,

27 Childers Street, Cranbourne
on Monday 10th May 2021 at 11.00am.
A private cremation will follow.

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  1. Our Dear Bernie – Such a kind and gentle soul. Miss him terribly, thoughts and prayers with all at this time.
    From your Mirridong Family.

  2. I have fond memories of Uncle Bernie and his great sense of humour ie . What do you call a deer with no eye,s. No idea. Rest in peace Uncle Bernie.. You will always be remembered …….

    Norman Joyce
  3. I remember Uncle Bernie with much love, he was a kind and thoughtful man who was always quick with a laugh and a joke. My condolences to Audrey, Alan and Keith at this very sad time xx

    Vicky Short (nee Blackmore / nee Stacey)
  4. Thank you:
    for being my Uncle: for always making me welcome on my visits: for your letters: for your jokes: for giving me so many happy memories of times together: I will miss you so much. Special thoughts to Auntie Audrey, Alan and Keith. Say goodnight, not goodbye. Much love, Marion xx

    Marion Pickup
  5. Uncle Bernie and Aunty Audrey had a lovely “English” garden. Roses and Gladiolis. The bulbs he gave us flower each year. Uncle Bernie always the dapper gentleman. Rest in peace Bernie. Love and condolances to Aunty Audrey, Allan and Keith.

    Peter and Clara
  6. My dear brother in law Bernie holds a very special place in my heart for the love and devotion he showed to my sister Audrey throughout their lives together and for the many years of friendship he and I have shared.

    I will always remember and cherish the good times, the fun and the laughter (and forgive him for supporting Chelsea).

    May he rest in peace.

    My love and condolences go to Audrey, Alan and Keith and to the rest of the family.

    Janette Blackmore

    Janette Blackmore
  7. Our dear Uncle Bernie, a true gentleman whose kindness and sense of fun shone through in everything he did.

    We all hold treasured memories of the good times we spent together. Most recently his 90 th Birthday family video call – when, Chelsea and St. Kilda hats at the ready and bubbly fizz in hand he regaled us with his jokes.

    We count ourselves extremely privileged to have known him and to be able to call him our Uncle.

    Our love and condolences to Aunty Audrey, Alan and Keith and to the rest of the family.

    Jacqueline, Andy, Josh and Kate Blackmore Greasley

    Jacqueline, Andy, Josh and Kate
  8. I remember Bernie as a kind, well-liked person with a great sense of humour. He used to always have a good banter about the Cricket and Football. It was such a shame to hear about this sad loss. Sending our condolences to Audrey, Alan and Keith.

    Vera, Andrew and The Stacey Family
  9. Condolences to Auntie Audrey, Alan and Keith. Really sad to hear about Uncle Bernard. He was such a special person – so kind and caring. I loved his sparkly eyes and cheeky sense of humour too. Best wishes,

    Avril Steele (nee Blackmore)