Obituary for Robert C Bernardo

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Robert C Bernardo

August 18, 1968 - March 27, 2021


Robert C. Bernardo passed away at Mount Carmel St. Ann’s hospital on March 27, 2021 at the age of 52.

Robert is predeceased by his father, John Bernardo and maternal grandparents, Harold Hunt and Frances Hunt Wilt.

Robert is survived by his loving wife, Deborah of 20 years. They were married in Danville, Ohio on June 6, 2001.

Robert is lovingly remembered by Mother – Karen (Roy) Schipper, Children – Derik (Erika) Bennett, Meghan (Ryan Dixon) Bernardo, Paige Govoni and Shelby (Caleb Wilson) Bernardo, grandchildren, Zara Jane Bennett, Scout Magnolia Bennett, Nash Whitaker Dixon, and Amellia Dawn Wilson. Sisters – Julie (Rusty) Presley and Kendra (Eric) Miranda and numerous aunts, uncles’ cousins, friends and his beloved dogs, Gamble and Chance.

Robert was born in Columbus, Ohio on August 18, 1968. He graduated from Centerburg High School in 1986. Robert worked at American Showa for over 15 years but found his most fulfilling work at Cross Creek Camping Resort.

Robert enjoyed working outdoors, watching Nascar and drag racing. Robert was an avid Ohio State Buckeye and Cleveland Browns fan. He enjoyed hunting with his buddies and his infectious smile and laugh would light up a room.

A celebration of life is planned at VFW, 435 McGill Street, Sunbury, Ohio 43074 starting at 2pm on April 17th, 2021.

Tina Kauffer McDonald posted on April 6, 2021

My deepest condolences to the family. I was saddened by the news of my classmate, old neighbor and friend. May God bless his family and comfort them during this difficult time. RIPRobert❤️


Brayden Creasap posted on April 2, 2021

I worked with Robert for over a year at CCCR and there has never been such a great guy there to teach me. He always talked about his kids in the armed forces because I (was) and now am in the Navy. We would joke around until the time clock got punch at the end of the day and having him around made time fly. I really do consider him a great person and a great worker and a great friend. Last time I saw him was right after I officially got through bootcamp and he was joking around that I actually passed the PT part of it and it was a great way to be welcomed back and I instantly got reminded of the great times I had there with him. He will be greatly missed by many many people whether he knew it or not he changed many peoples lives just by being around him. My condolences to his family and all that was around him.


Stephanie Fox & Jason Wycoff posted on April 1, 2021

Robert worked for us at Cross Creek Camping Resort and was well liked by our customers and staff. He was always friendly and would do anything you asked of him. We only spoke here and there since I run the office and he worked outdoors, but he was always pleasant and liked to laugh. We are all very sad and wish his wife and family much love and peace. I know Robert liked working outside in the summer, but I didn't know how much until I read his obituary. That line brought me to tears. I am so happy that Cross Creek had an impact on his life. He certainly made an impact on ours!


Frank Haser posted on April 1, 2021

Really sorry to hear of your loss Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Sincerely Frank & Karin Haser


Bob and Bonna Boudinot posted on April 1, 2021

Kendra please know I'm sending prayers for you and your family during this time of sorrow. Hold your memories close to your heart.


Donna Williams posted on April 1, 2021

Debbie, my heart goes out to you and your family. I loved working with Robert and he will be greatly missed. Love, hugs and prayers for you and your family ❤️🙏


Jeri Moreland posted on April 1, 2021

So sorry for your loss to you all. He was sweet and funny and such a joy to be around. Prayers of comfort 🙏 Jeri Fling Moreland


Susan Musgrave posted on April 1, 2021

May the Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences.


Kurt Moreland posted on March 31, 2021

My buddy(Boy), Was a nickname we called each other after a few beverages. Thinking clear back in the mid to late 80s I think we lived in three different apartments uptown centerburg together. We deer hunted together for years hung out together and always helped each other when a project came up. My friend you will be dearly missed, from myself and so many others. R.IP. (Boy.)


 


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