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Bernadine G Deckert

Published On: Sep 25 2013 01:42:23 PM CDT
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Bernadine G. Deckert, 92, of Bloom City died Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at Pine Valley Health Care. She was born in Richland County on August 23, 1921 the daughter of Edgar and Freda (Tucker) Beatty. Bernadine married Junior F. Deckert. They were a hard working couple, working on their farm, dairy, raising the garden, and their children. In her later years Bernadine enjoyed her embroidery.

Bernadine is survived by two children: Nancy Peterson of Gillingham, Terry Deckert of Gillingham, 5 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren, Brother, Lee Wayne Beatty of Muscoda, Sister, Janet (Vern) Davis of Richland Center, Many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

Bernadine was preceded in death by her parents, husband Junior, son Frank, two brothers, William and Keith Beatty, sister Donna Williams and one infant sister.

Private family graveside services will be held in the Fancy Creek Cemetery at a later date. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements.

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