Bernard J. (Bernie) Beller
Bernie passed away recently at the age of 59. He was born in Vancouver, was raised in Saskatoon and resided in Edmonton/Sherwood Park until he passed. Bernie was a strong believer in Education, earning a BComm, Master of Economics and his Law Degree. Bernie was an entrepreneur at heart, and loved coaching various sports.
Bernie is survived by his sons Adam and Joey and daughter Rebecca. He is also survived by his mother Agnes, siblings Bob (Debbie), Cathy (Dave), Larry (Sandi), Patti (Dan) and Joan (Rolly) as well as many nieces, nephews and friends.
Bernie was predeceased by his father, Otto Beller.
Celebration of Life
Saturday December 10, at 10:00 a.m.
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530 116 Street, Edmonton, AB
Even though we hadn’t spoken in quite a while, I had thought about Bernie often. My memories of Bernie are of weekend pickup football games in front of the “Cav” in Saskatoon followed by refreshments, as well as our frequent group weekend trips to Edmonton for horse racing, cards and long nights of being together arguing over every little point, just being happy to be there together. Winner buys pizza! Those were the days, my friend, we thought they’d never end.
Dear Wendy, Adam, Joey and Becca: We are so sorry for your loss. Such very sad and shocking news. We all thought the world of Bernie. We are praying for you all.
Love from Jodie, Jenna and Dustin Allen
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Beller family at this difficult time. Bernie will be remembered fondly.
Love the Vaughan Family
I am shocked to hear this sad news. I am very sorry for your loss. Hope you are all coping as well as possible under these circumstances. Big Hug, Joan Rowan
We are so very sorry for your loss. We knew Bernie from many years of hockey and enjoyed visiting at the arenas. He was such a strong supporter to the teams and community. Treasure your memories and take care. Trent and Laurel Evans
Hey Adam , Joey, Becca, Auntie Wendy
This is your cousin Krista, I am So sorry about your dad. I was shocked to hear the news and can’t imagine how hard this is for you. I really wish I could have been there to pay my respects and to see you all. Just know that I am thinking about praying for you all.
Love Krista, Bryce and Sierra
Agnes and Patti, I am sorry to hear about your loss. A year ago you comforted me at my Grandma Kay’s funeral. I wish I could give you comfort like you gave me. I will be praying for you both and all of you family.