jeneanne b.bernard
Bernard, Jeneanne B. (Brady) Hilton: Suddenly, Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at age 50. She is survived by her husband, Adam Peter Bernard; her children, Cameron Bernard, Madelyn (Kailer) Lockwood, Maxwell Bernard; her parents, Thomas and Patricia Brady; brother, Jon (Christina) Brady; sisters, MaryBeth (Thomas) Mueller, Jill Brady, Renee (David) Montella; brothers and sister-in-law, Thomas and Shannon Bernard, Michael Penkin; several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews; many dear friends. Friends may call Sunday (Oct 2nd) 1-4 PM at the Vay-Schleich and Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Greece Chapel. Her Funeral Service and interment will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to her children's educational fund , c/o Marybeth Mueller, 45 Wood Lily Lane Fairport, NY 14450, in her memory.

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  1. Adam, Cameron, Madelyn and Max;
    We are so shocked and saddened with the loss of Jeneanne. We are at a loss of words. Please know that you and your wonderful family are in our thoughts and prayers. The Trowbridge Family–Bob, Sue, Blake and Luke

  2. Dear Family,

    My Name is Jeff Bergeson I live in Minneapolis. I worked with Jeneanne at IP and Mohawk. Their once was a 6-pack of new hires all starting together January 2000 with IP this group consisited of Dave Beebe, Jeff Martin, Joe Terry, Roger Balaneger and Jeneanne Bernard and myself. We all were a very close group back in those days. Jeneanne was one of those wonderfull kind, caring and real people I will always be thankful and blessed to have knowen. I will look forward working again someday with Jeneanne in our heavenly kingdom with the Lord.
    My prayers are with the family in this tough time. May God bless you and bring you peace.
    Jeff Bergeson

  3. Dear Jeneanne,
    With great fondness I will remember you. It was so nice to run into you again last year, when I was in Rochester visiting my family (Mahaney). I think I’ve known you since you were five or six years old. You were at our house hanging out with Paddie and Catherine so often; it was like having another little sister, which you are Jeneanne. Your contagious laugh and smile always brightened my day and for that I thank you. How fortunate I am to have crossed life’s path with you. I am so sorry I cannot be there today, for I would carry you, with great honor. I rest knowing I will see you again, when it is my turn to transition to new life. If you could put in a good word for me, I’d appreciate it. 🙂 Until that time, see ya later sis. To your family and especially you Peter, I offer my sincerest respects and condolences.
    With Love,
    Billy Mahaney

  4. Dear Pete and family, Carol and I offer our warmest condolences and prayers for the tragic loss of your wife and mother Jeneanne. God help you through these very difficult times. Love, Bill and Carol Ducey

  5. Dear Pete and family,

    Im so sad to hear of jeneanne’s passing..She was a wonderful person and I am so glad that I got to be with all of you at Maddies wedding, and got to know you all that much better..you are all in my prayers…if there is anything I can ever do for you, just let me know. Love you guys…Kathy VanEck

  6. Dear Pete, Cameron, & Max

    I was very shocked and saddened after Lauren had told me about Jeneanne. Words can’t express how I felt at that moment. It really hit home!

    It was a great pleasure to meet Jeneanne, you and your entire family at Cameron’s and Lauren’s graduation at UB.

    It is very rare you walk away after a first meeting with such good and sincere feelings. A lasting impression was made to say the least. It was very obvious that she was a great wife, mother, daughter, and a friend.

    God bless you all during this time of grief.

    I am truly sorry that this has happened to a wonderful woman and your family.

    Our thoughts and prayers will always be there for Jeneanne.

  7. I did not know Jeneanne but I am friends with her Aunt Mary and rented my first apartment from her dad. What a lovely family she came from.
    I pray strength for all the family she has left behind and do know that she is now in God’s loving hands looking down on all of you with a lot of love.

  8. It is so hard to imagine that Jeneanne is gone, especially since I have never known anyone to exude life as much as she did. Thank you Jeneanne for opening your arms and welcoming me into your family with such warmth (and always a hug and a kiss). It meant the world to me. I am thankful that I was able to share in Madelyn’s wedding with you. I am so very happy that you were able to see her have the dream wedding that you wanted her to have. I will miss you dearly.

  9. My thoughts and prayers are with Jeneannes family during this difficult time. I attended college with her while at SUNY Brockport and she lived across the hall. She always lit up the room with her smile and laugh. Being from the Glens Falls region with the Homkey family, I will truly miss her.

  10. Pete and family, my deepest sympathy and prayers go out to you. Jeneanne was a sweetheart and will be remembered as such. I am so sorry that you have to endure such pain.

    Many thoughts and hugs,

    Nancy, Matt and Lindsay Myhers

  11. Pete Max and family I’m still in shock over Jeanines passing What a beautiful lady I will be praying for your family to stay strong and pull together , remember all your mothers love for you guys. Michael Meeks

  12. Pete, although I haven’t seen you in years I was so shocked to see that your wife has passed away. I’m so very sorry for your loss. Pete, Tom and Shannon, please know that you all are in my prayers and thoughts at this very difficult time.

  13. Pete,

    We are deeply sorry for the lose of Jeneanne. Words cannot express how we feel at this moment. We have fond memories of the two of you and your loving family while we lived across the street from you on Birr Street. We were just the other day at the American Legion talking about her diving in the little kids pool behind your house. We always laugh at that. You were great nieghbors and friends; we are honored to have been your friends. Our oldest Matt is in the Marines and is now stationed at Camp Lejeune North Carolina and sends his deepest smyponthy to you and the family. Michael is sadden by your lose and is a senior at Arcadia.

    My God wrap his arms around you all and comfort you today and the days and years to come.

    God Bless you all.

  14. So sorry I missed calling hours.
    It is hard to put into words the sadness I am feeling in the loss of this beautiful woman.
    We worked together many years ago at St. Joseph’s Villa. We shared many special times working with the kids & staff.
    You could simply say her name and it would make me smile. Trish, my heart felt sympathy goes to the entire family on the loss of a very special woman.

  15. To Adam and your kids and to Jeneanne’s entire and extended family , I am in shock as are so many of us with her passing , she was a truly beautiful person and I don’t know of ever seeing her without that smile . God bless you all and may you some how some day understand where and why she has gone . None of us can right now that is for sure . Our thoughts and prayers go to all who were blessed enough to share in a life that was Jeneanne . She will be so missed by so many .
    The Dobles Family , Fred,Joan,Denis & Grace

  16. To the Bernard family, I send this note with the deepest of sympathy and sadness. I wish there were words to comfort you at this most difficult time. Know that we are praying for each of you.

    Bob, MaryKay & Adam Knitter

  17. To The Brady Family I am so deeply saddened by the loss of your Beloved Jeneanne – She will always be in your heart. Rest in Peace Jeneanne

  18. We are devasted for this loss to your family, you are all in our thoughts and prayers! Jeneanne was so good to Devan and we are thankful for the support Love and laughter she provided to all the girls!
    Tim, Sandy & Devan Gorie

  19. We are so saddened by Jeneanne’s passing. She was always full of joy and laughter and we are blessed by fond memories of times with her. Our thoughts are with your extended family.

  20. We are very saddened by the sudden death of Jeneanne. This is a terrible blow to all of you. Please know that we understand what you are going through. Take each day one moment at a time and you will be able to get through the next few days.

  21. We love and Miss you Jeneanne! You will never be forgotten. The world has suffered a loss but Heaven gained a most beautiful angel!

  22. Words can not convey our lass. Jeneanne added light, laughter and depth to all of our lives. My deepest heartfelt sympathy for your entire family.

    Love,

    Roberta

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