November 27, 1930 ~ January 25, 2010
Funeral services for Bernice E. Casel, 79, of Omaha, will be at 1 PM on Thursday, January 28, 2010 at Omaha First Baptist Church with Rev. Timothy Fagan officiating. Interment will be at Bell Haven Cemetery in Omaha under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Inc. Mrs. Casel was born on November 27, 1930 to Jodie Edwards and Zelvine Greenwood and died on Monday, January 25, 2010 at an Omaha nursing home. She was a Sunday School Teacher at Omaha First Baptist Church and she sang in the choir. Mrs. Casel loved to read and loved birds. Survivors include three nieces Brienda Reeves of Dallas, Doris Reeves of Naples and Frances Winn of Tulsa, OK. She was preceded in death by her parents; three husbands Charles Bardwell, Frank Watson and R.T. Casel. Visistation will be today, afternoon and evening at the funeral home in Hughes Springs. Online condolences can be made to www.reeder-davis.com.
Brienda, Cookie and Frances, You all in my prayers and thoughts during this sad time. I have sweet memories of Aunt Bernice. Thanks for sharing her with me through the years. Be blessed and keep in touch.Sincerely,Gloria
Hi Aunt Bernice its me your niece charity I just wanted to say I love you always and I will miss playing dominoes and Uno with my favorite great aunt. Aunt Bernice I'm glad that our heavenly father has given me and mom time to spend with you and grandma til the end. P.S. I LOVE YOU AUNT B.
I am so sorry for your loss. Bernice was truly a friend to all. She will greatly be missed in the community. I loved her like a sister. Please keep in contact with me.Truly, Linda, Tara, and Nay
To the Reeves family, We'd like to express our condolences to you. Bernice was a beautiful lady and we will miss her dearly and she will be missed at church. Take care and be strong.We are here if you need us.Uncle D and Aunt Jimmie
I can't began to tell you all how sad I feel for the loss of my friend,Bernice.She will greatly be missed in my life. I loved her so much. I'm so thankful that you, Brienda and Cookie have kept in contact with me.I'm here for all of you. Love, Liz
Aunt Bernice was the last living Matriarch of our time in our family. I thank you for the time spent with us here on Earth. Thank you for the many laughs, the many stories that you have told me and lessons you have taught me. I will never forget the story you used to tell about how at a young age I introduced my mother and my aunts and grandmother to all and it made you so proud to know I knew just how special and just who you all were. I can never say thank you enough here is to a true lady that graced the Earth and is now with our Heavenly Father. Ashes to Ashes. God bless….Tajvana