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Mrs B. Rossignol
So sorry to hear of your Mom's passing , what a great person she was always so enthusiastic and had many friends, she loved talking about her family. I will never forget you Mom and Dad they were what Washburn was all about the days we grew up there . Our Mom we be glad to have her great friend with her in heaven , I am sure they both will find something to clean . My sincere sympathy she was great.

Such a sweet friend
Bern was such a sweet friend. All my years in Washburn I loved visiting her & Don.
She was such a mentor and joy for me.
My condolences to her children and family.

Rest In Peace Aunt Bern
Good bye Dear Aunt Bern,

Lots of fond memories you’ve left but especially over the last couple of years seeing you more often & visiting Mom and easing her transition. You are together again....hopefully still squabbling over the quality of each other’s bread! Will miss your laugh. Rest In Peace
Love, niece Helen

It is so hard losing our loved one, and especially one's mother.
She will help you from above and she will care for you.
My love and prayers are with all of you.

So very sorry for your great loss. Heaven is well deserved by Bern. She lead a wonderful long life, was loved by family and friends. God grant her peace .

Momma Rossignol
Bern was my “second” momma
Growing up next door to the Rossignol’s before they built their home was some of my most cherished childhood memories. I would walk over and meet up with my best friend Bobby to go to school and hear Momma now....”Bobby HOLLIE is here!”
A wonderful lady known by everyone who will be missed by all.
God Bless you Bern

Memories of Bern
I have many good memories of Bern. She always had a smile and made you laugh. Her molasses cookies were delicious! Prayers to the family!

We will miss her terribly
We have loved and adored Bern for ao many years and in more ways than we can count. Will always think of her when we eat applesause as she said apple sauce us what a pregnant woman needs to eat and kept Susan stocked when carrying both the kids, or Pat will never be able to plant a garden and not think of her. Most o f what he planted was because she liked it. And the famous glass candy jar that kids gravitated to. She always knew she was welcome to come steal from us anytime. Rest in peace beautiful lady. Love you.

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