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BERNARD AUGUST SUTTORP
Date of Passing: Sep 03, 2022Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
BERNARD AUGUST SUTTORP
September 3, 2022, with heavy hearts we say goodbye to husband and father, Bernard August Suttorp. After enduring two rounds of chemotherapy and radiation he succumbed to the side effects of treating lymphoma. His pain was immense but this strong man passed away peacefully in the presence of his wife, Linda, daughters, Shelley and Alison and son Robert.
We held and prayed as he was led through his Last Rites. He closed his eyes, inhaled his last breath and left his pain in this world.
His soul is free and with renewed strength we know he is riding his Harley and surrounded by passed family, friends and his beloved pets.
His presence will remain in our hearts and thoughts daily as he is loved forever and always.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Sep 10, 2022
Condolences & Memories (4 entries)
Dad was a wonderful husband and father. He is missed every moment. In our thoughts & hearts lives his memory forever Love from Shelley & Alie - Posted by: Shelley sarimshaw & Alie (Family frend. Alie and Daughter) on: Sep 12, 2022
Deepest condolences to you and your family and friends for the great loss you suffered I didn't know him personally but I hear he was a wonderful man. - Posted by: Rick Jowsey (Family frend) on: Sep 12, 2022
I’m going to miss you, Bernie. Thank you for accepting me as your son so graciously, sharing your history as I became a part of your family, and for everything we’ll carry with us in your memory. - Posted by: Robert Burgess (Son) on: Sep 10, 2022
My sincere condolences to Bernies family. I worked with Bernie for a number of years when he was at Schneiders which later changed to Maple Leaf. He had a very good work ethic, was a hard worker and displayed a very tough exterior. But Bernie had a very soft side when it came to talking about his kids and his wife. He was always smiling when it came to telling you where he rode his Harley on the weekend. I am sorry to hear he suffered alot during his treatments, as no person should have to endure that type of pain. I hope the good times you all shared help you through the tough times and knowing his pain is gone. Rest easy now Bernie. - Posted by: Urs (Former coworker) on: Sep 10, 2022
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