Memorial Service:

8/10/2012 12:00 Mass at Notre Dame Catholic Parish. 2190 S. Sheridan Blvd 802271:30 Service at Ft. Logan

Bernard I. Kangieser

May 10, 1932 :: St. Joseph, MO
Passed Away:
July 29, 2012 :: Denver, CO

Bernard (Bernie) Kangieser, 80 years old, born May 10, 1932 to Mary and Bernard C. Kangieser died Sunday July 29th, 2012 after a short illness. Beloved Husband to Barbara (Bonnie) for 56 years, Loving Father to Sandy (Dennis) Cirbo, Cindy Ward, Bill (Donna) Kangieser, Paul (Beth) Kangieser and Devoted Grandpa to 8 Adoring Grandchildren, Nick (Julia), Brittany, Angie, Bradee, Aaron, Aricca, Austin, and Eric. Loyal and loving brother to his 8 siblings, Marjorie Schneider, Mary Porter, Virginia Schmitz, Ken Kangieser Jim Kangieser, (Dorothy Long, Connie Mohannah, Lee Nathan, deceased) Numerous Nieces and Nephews and hundreds of friends.

Memorial Mass at Notre Dame Church, 2190 S. Sheridan Blvd.
Lakewood, CO, on Friday August 10th at 12:00
Military Burial at Ft. Logan at 1:30pm,

Bernie will be greatly missed by all.


9 Responses to Bernard I. Kangieser

  1. Ron Perkins says:

    Bernie was the kind of guy that could find humor in just about any subject that came up. He was a major contributor to the coffee hour. He will be missed. Our thought and prayers are with you. Ron and Vonnie

  2. Stephani FREBURG says:

    May family and friends comfort you, Faith uphold you, and… Loving memories heal your heart. To the entire Kangieser Family, I send my heartfelt condolences to ALL of you! What a true Gentle-man Bernie was, he truly touched everyone’s life in so many ways! I send my love and prayers to you all!

  3. Laura dunston says:

    Bernie will be very missed. He was a great father, grandfather and friend. There is truly a place for him in Heaven.

  4. Jimmy Taylor says:

    There are people you meet that make a lasting impression…and then wish you had met earlier in your life. Bernie was one of those people. God bless his loving family and friends…he was a true gentleman and difference maker to so many. Much love to his loved ones.

  5. Linda Raper says:

    May warm memories of Bernie and a life well lived help you through this time of sorrow. The times and experiences you shared together will always be with you. Barbara, my heart goes out to you and your family.

  6. Pete and Mary Ann Leveton says:

    We, as everyone else who knew him, loved Bernie. His bright smile, sense of humor and warm demeanor made him such a likeable man. We will miss him so much.

  7. Laura Rothenfeld says:

    Bernie’s kind and gentle spirit will be greatly missed. His love of family, neighbors and friends serves as a guiding light for those left behind. May he find peace in heaven, and may Barbara and her loved ones rejoice in the memories of a life well lived!

  8. Bernard Aaron Kangieser says:

    Rest in Peace Grandpa. I love you.

  9. Brad Kangieser says:

    Bonnie, Sandy, Cindy, Bill and Paul our hearts are heavy for all of you. Uncle Bernie and your family has always been a big part of our family even though we live so far away. I remember all of the trips to the mountains and the lake when we would visit. I got to see Bernie and Bonnie on their last trip to Houston which was great. The one memory I will keep in my mind forever about Bernie is the smile and contentment he had sitting on the front of my boat in Galveston Bay fishing. We were not catching many fish, but he would have stayed out there all day. He will be missed. Our thought and prayers are with all of you and your families. Brad & Melissa Kangieser

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