Philip J. Bernier Jr.

Date of Passing:

February 4, 2021

Bernier, Philip J. Jr, 44, of Summit Street, East Providence, died unexpectedly on February 4, 2021.

Born in Warwick, he was a son of Philip J. Bernier Sr. of Riverside and the late Mary Ann (Roberts) Bernier, he lived in East Providence for the past 5 years previously residing in Riverside.

Mr. Bernier worked as a chef at the Steere House Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Providence for 2years.

Philip enjoyed listening to music, hunting and watching movies.

Besides his father he is survived by a daughter, Madison E. Bernier of Cranston; a brother, Keith Bernier of Cranston and several aunts and uncles.

His Funeral Service will be private. Contributions in Philip’s memory to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 7023, Merrifield, VA, 22116-7023 would be deeply appreciated.

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  1. Happy heavenly birthday dad

    Forever your “Little girl”

  2. happy heavenly birthday dad

    Forget your “little girl”

  3. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you.

  4. Dear Phil and family, Mich and I were reading the Elks Newsletter today and saw the news of Phil Jr.’s passing. We are deeply sorry for your loss. May you hold the memories of your son close to your heart. Sending love, light, and prayers to you all. ??❤️

  5. I’m glad we were able to connect these past few years and have some laughs. You loved your daughter, worked hard, and had a big heart. I pray for comfort for your family, especially your daughter, brother Keith and Father, Uncle Phil. You died way too young. May you Rest In Peace, and your spirit live on forever.

  6. Phil, you left us too soon. So many memorable moments, I don’t know where to begin. We shared so many laughs, and had some deep conversations over the years that I’ll never forget. Sunday Sopranos at your house with Keith and all of our friends were some great times. You could bring a smile to anyone’s face the second you walked into a room. You were a loving father with so many great qualities and you will be missed. My condolences to Phil’s family, his loving daughter, and his friends. Rest In Peace, brother.

  7. we are so sorry to hear of Phil’s passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Rhonda and Cathy.

  8. Damn Cousin, This is way to early to be writing this. I do wish we spent more time together instead of only at family gatherings. May you Rest In Peace and to Phil’s daughter I know you’re pain I lost my mother at a young age. Uncle Phil I love you and hope you find peace in the toughest of times.

  9. I feel deeply sad. I’m still in shock.
    But I keep good memories of you.
    You were excellent at making me laugh in the middle of the stress of work, and when you weren’t there I missed listening to your funny comments.
    You were easy to deal with and very understandable.
    I know how much you love your daughter and your family! My prayers and thoughts are with them.
    Thank you for being a good friend in such a short time. Rest In Peace Philip ??

  10. Phil and family, Tony and I were so very sorry to hear of Phil Jr.’s passing. Please know that you’re in our thoughts and prayers. God bless

  11. My thoughts are with you Phil and family

  12. Phil, When you left this world so suddenly my heart spilt in two. One side filled with memories the other died with you. Remebering you is easy, I do it everyday but missing you is heartache that never goes away. I hold you tighly within my heart and there you will remain. You see life has gone on without you but will never be the same. Love always, Missy. My thoughts and prayers go out to Phil’s family and friends..

  13. Uncle Phil, he will always be in your heart. My sympathies to everyone in the family. May Phil Jr R.I.P. ???

  14. I am so sorry and saddened to hear of Philip’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

  15. I Miss you so much,
    Gotta think of all the funny moments we had. We are both equally stubborn I get it from you for sure. I’ll Love you forever.
    – Madison

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