My condolences. I have not seen Bernard for many years but I recall his stories when he came over to my grandparents house, Susie and Robert Chambers when I was a kid. He will be missed.
I remember as a kid Bernard coming over to my grandparents house, his sister Susie's. He told stories of back when he was in WW2. I didn't understand the significance of his or his entire generations contribution at the time. What a tremendous loss. Even though I have not seen him in years he will be missed.
I am very sorry for your loss.
Mr. Flint was a very good man.
I worked with him at b&w.
I visited him a few times.
He is finally at rest in a much better place, with the Lord.
Kay I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you.