Condolence: Uncle Bern I was glad you were part of my life.. I always lived how energetic and spirited you were. The sweaters you made everyone and still to this day, I haven't found anyone to make buns like you did. I am glad you are at peace, and able to play cards with Grandma again.. love you!!
Condolence: Condolences to the family of Bernard Skusky. My mother Agnes Malcolm first met Bernie at Pathways. Where he taught her to play the card game What-to-Do. She enjoyed many Tuesday afternoon card games with Bernie and the other residents. Then they met again at the Davey Home. They often visited and chatted there. They both loved the Bingo on Friday afternoon there. Bernie attended my mothers 90th birthday party at the Davey Home. We used to call him "her boyfriend". My mother passed away in Oct 2016. I still sometimes would go to the Davey Home and always visited with him when I went. If he was playing Bingo I would ask him if he was winning. He used to spend a lot of time outside if it was nice also. We always spent a few minutes of conversation. He was a Nice, Kind, Gentle man, and I am so glad that my mother had him as a friend.
Condolence: Our family first met Bernie while our late mother, Colette Potvin, was a resident at the Davey Home. He was always so kind to her and helped her with her meals as he was one of her table mates. After our mother passed away, we continued to visit Bernie as we enjoyed his wonderful stories of his past and his company. May you Rest in Peace Bernie and the entire Potvin family will miss you. Sincerely, Liane Parry
Condolence: Our entire family is so sad to hear of Bernie's passing. He was a good friend to our late mother during her time at The Davey Home.
A true gentleman and gentle soul. You will be missed, Bernie.
Thank you for the years of friendship we enjoyed.
Condolence: I am sooo sorry to hear of Bernard's passing, sympathy to all. I have known Bernard since I was a child when he lived and farmed the farm. We would get a Christmas gift every Christmas. I will miss our phone calls and chats. Now you are chatting with Dad and other friends who have gone before. RIP my dear friend.