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123 King Street East
Forest, ON N0N 1J0
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Bernard Nauss

Nauss, Bernie

Saturday, July 31st, 1937 - Sunday, March 22nd, 2020
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Bernard Clayton Nauss of Parkhill died peacefully at Parkhill Chartwell Long Term Care on Sunday, March 22, 2020, at the age of 82.

Husband of the late Krista Jean nee Morley (2009). Missed by Bonnie and Gary Romphf, Brenda McLachlan and Dave McGee, Barb and Chuck Hall, Betty and Ron Smith and their mother, Marilyn Scott (Thomson) and his mother in law, Shirley Morley. Grandfather of Mary-Lynn, Jerritt (Sacha), Cole, Cory (Lindsay), Cady (Braden), Tom, Amy (Eric), Emma (John), Erin (Lucas). Great grandfather to Nicole and Caden. Bernie is also survived by his brother Roger (Lavene), sisters Marion Oickle and Frances Briand, all of Nova Scotia.

Bernie was born in Upper New Cornwall, Nova Scotia, to the late Wallace and Myrtle (Robar) Nauss. He is also predeceased by his stepmother Thelma, sister Pauline Hiltz, grandson Brandon, and great-granddaughter Aleiya.

In his younger days, Bernie was a master mechanic and loved nothing more than the smooth engine sounds of a job well done. He was proud of his skills, having received his license without ever attending school a day past grade 8. In his later years, he loved to tinker. He enjoyed long walks, and his daily trips to town with Gary and Chancey were the highlight of his days. His later years were solitary. He continued to wear his regular work clothes his entire life. Porch sitting was well earned.

Family and friends will continue to remember Bernie for his smile, rugged nature, and quick wit. Due to the Covid 19 mandate in Ontario, there will be no visitation. (Just the way Bernie would have wanted it) Cremation has taken place and a family memorial will occur at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to M. Box and Son Funeral Home, 183 Broad Street, Parkhill, Ontario. Please leave a memory or condolence at
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Family and friends will continue to remember Bernie for his smile, rugged nature and quick wit. Due to the Covid 19 mandate in Ontario, there will be no visitation. (Just the way Bernie would have wanted it)


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Bob and Lorette Mawson

Posted at 03:33pm
Sending condolences to all . Bob and Lorette Mawson

Judy Quick

Posted at 12:06pm
Sorry to hear of your dad....Bonnie, Brenda, Barb, Betty and families...He was a nice friendly man and will miss seeing him around. It is kind of sentimental knowing he lived at my home place where I was raised....Thinking of you all at this time !


Posted at 06:30pm
Bonnie and Gary, Brenda, Betty, Barb, and families,

We would like to send our deepest heart felt condolences at this difficult time. There was always a giggle when your dad was present in the room. Hugs to you all.

Shaddock Posted at 06:30pm

Love Wayne and Cindy

Sherry Peto

Posted at 04:32pm
My condolences to the family on the passing of Bernie. I use to see him frequently when visiting with my Dad at Watford Quailty Care Centre. He always had a gave you a smile and a nod.
Sherry Cadman Peto

Dave and Sheila Watson

Posted at 04:11pm
Sending Condolences to All The Family for your loss. For me (Sheila) he always had a story or a joke or a piece of advice,we had lots of good conversations.
Roy Watson sold Bernie a motor-oh so many years ago-so Dave went to help Bernie with the motor and from that event Dave went to work for Bernie. Dave says Bernie taught him so very much and laughing Dave says”not always good stuff” LOL
When Dave decided to open his own shop Bernie was supportive and wished him the best. Thank you Bernie. Dave has always had so much respect for Bernie, so many memories of their adventures,good,bad,sad or crazy! Rest In Peace Bernie💞
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Dave and Sheila Watson

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