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Bernard O'Connor

Bernard F O'Connor

Thursday, January 17th, 2019
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Peggy Korona

Posted at 03:28am
from JOE KORONA, longtime Missoula resident and associate/volunteer at Missoula Aging Services, now retired and permanently residing at the South Point of Big Island Hawai'i (as of Nov.-'18): I'm saddened to receive the news (via the MAS' Spring Newsletter) of my friend and brother Bernie's passing. I met and befriended Bernie there at MAS, when I served at the Montana Radio Reading Service, which rented out broadcasting space there at MAS. Then, we continued our friendship when I was a very active SeniorCorps volunteer for MAS..... "May the Lord bless him and keep him, and may perpetual light shine upon him. And may his soul, and all the souls of the faithful departed, rest in His peace, AMEN." Brother Bernie, Thank you for all that you selflessly contributed to the least of our sisters and brothers, and to our community..... All Grace, Blessings, Peace and "MUCH WARM ALOHA", Joe Korona OFS....

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Posted at 11:23am
I worked with Bernie over many years in Missoula as a fellow social worker. He was a wonderfully kind, warm and funny man. I loved his dry sense of humor. He did an amazing job at Missoula Aging Services and he was so great with the people he served. I also had the opportunity to watch him in several plays, where his talent shone. I am so sorry for the loss of this wonderful man. My heart goes out to Julie and his family. Sincerely, Amy Gentry

Posted at 10:38pm
Bernie was my supervisor for over 3 years at Missoula Aging Services. I loved his stories and his humor which was concealed at times but I usually found a way to get it out of him. I will miss him very much and consider my life more enriched with the time I knew him. My thoughts are with you, Julie. Chris Christofferson

Russ Banham

Posted at 08:27pm
In the early 1990s when I lived in Missoula, I had the opportunity to direct Bernie in a few plays for the Montana Players at the Front Street Theater. Bernie was a high caliber actor rife with intelligence, humor and pathos. I soon left Missoula to launch a successful career as a director in Seattleā€™s professional theatre community. But I can honestly say that of the hundreds of actors I directed in dozens of plays, Bernie stands out as among the best. A true talent I shall never forget. Russ Banham


Posted at 09:11pm
I'm so sorry for your loss. Bernie was a classmate of mine in the Helena School Class 1976. Such a kind and gentle friend, he will be missed by all of us. God bless. Glenda (Ridgway) Dupuis

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