Grace Bernell Still

  • Born: January 22, 1934
  • Died: June 11, 2017
  • Location: Springfield, Missouri

Tribute & Message From The Family

Grace was born on January 22, 1934 and passed away on Sunday, June 11, 2017.

Grace was a resident of Springfield, Missouri at the time of passing.

Visitation will be from 6:00-8:00 on Wednesday evening at Gorman-Scharpf, 1947 E. Seminole. Funeral services will be held on Thursday at Sunset Church of Christ, 1222 W. Sunset, in Springfield, at 10 AM. Graveside burial will be at Osbourne Cemetery in St Joe, Arkansas, at 3:00 that afternoon.

Donations may be made to Fair Haven Children's Home, 3132 Fairhaven Loop, Strafford, MO, 65757, or to Sunset Church of Christ, 1222 W. Sunset, Springfield, MO, 65807.


Condolence & Memory Journal

About Grace Bernell? . . . Well! Do you have a few minutes?<br /> As the shock of her death. . .that my life-long friend, school-mate, mischevious bubbly blonde Pindall, St. Joe &amp; Springfield neighbor would die is just too sad. . . . And a life-time of memories begin to flow.<br /> Husband Don and I last saw Bernell when we were in Springfield a Sunday morning and randomly chose to attend &quot;her&quot; Church of Christ; after a few minutes, I whispered to a seat-mate &quot;is that Bernell--see, wearing the fur coat?&quot; <br /> It was! <br /> Of course we enjoyed a brief visit after the service. It was always great being with her; we just picked up where we'd left last time together as friends do. Perry &amp; Nell and Perry, Nell &amp; Bernell were a good family--loved and respected by my family--times together woven into the fabric of Searcy county, AR then later Harrison &amp; Springfield life. <br /> &quot;Snapshots of our times&quot; include Bernell from when we were age 4, playing on the school house porch at Pindall (while Perry mowed the big playground-yard around the pretty red 2 rooms school house built of real logs--Dads took along the not-in-school-yet to the field or to a mowing job in those days!) <br /> . . . high school days of playing basketball, team trips &amp; our young coach &quot;Mr. Horton&quot;; one whole school escapade &amp; the &quot;irresponsibile kids&quot; lecture when our super returned from being away a couple days to find we (and many others) had mostly played basket ball . . . how Bernell and I concocted ways &amp; got up in middle of the night to scare the other girls on camp-outs of our little St. Joe girl scout troop! <br /> 460 miles, living in Indiana, separate me being there on Thursday at Osbourne Cemetery. So, thanks to our St.Joe 1951 class-mate J.G. Cash for calling me this morning when his Springfield brother saw this morning's paper and passed the word, I extend heartfelt condolences to you Doug, Tony and families. I loved Bernell; I miss her too.<br /> <br />

Posted by Irene Davis Benjamin - Newburgh, IN - friend   June 12, 2017