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Bernice L. (Whitney) Tyler, 91

Bernice L. (Whitney) Tyler, 91 of Milford, passed away Sunday July 18, 2021 at the Cedarwood Gardens in Franklin. She was the wife of the late Harold Tyler who passed away in 1999. She was born in North Grafton daughter, of the late Henry and Viola (Christian) Whitney and lived in Milford most of her life.

Bernice retired in 1985 from the former Foster Forbes in Milford where she was employed as a selector.

She is survived by h She was a member of the CB Club in the local area. She is survived her children Harold l. Tyler and his wife Carol of Milford, Clayton W. Tyler and his wife Betty of Whitinsville, Fredrick A. Tyler and his wife Darlene of Milford, Tara L. Tyler and her partner Sonia Ortega of Franklin, nine grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her grandson Harold Tyler III.    

Calling hours will be Friday, July 30, 2021 from 4 to 6 P.M. at the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. The funeral will be private and the burial will be at the convenience of the family.


Guest Book

Tara and family I am very sorry for your loss. I will truly miss your Mom who was a very big part of my life for years. I will never forget the day we went to lunch at Tony's and she whispered to me, " We need to get the food to go because I forgot my teeth!" I replied , " What do you mean you forgot your teeth in the loudest voice ever?" Needless to say she called me a Touch Hole! Here if you need anything
Sherry Sowers


Tara and family sorry for you loss. I have a lot of great memories also of Bernice. I loved hanging out at her house. I loved when Bernice and I would go and pick Tara and Missy up at school. May you rest in peace.
Janet Lanctot


I am so sorry for your loss Tara and for your family. I truly enjoyed Bernice the few years I was her homemaker. She was a character and always knew what she wanted. I will forever remember her fondly. May she rest in the sweetest peace.❤
Debra Keene


Fred Clayton and Harry and Tara sorry to hear about your mom .Many laughs with her.and many cups of tea lots of good memories and laughs Rest In Peace Gloria
Gloria


Grammy/Bun: I will always hold the memories with you close to my heart. I was lucky enough to spend much time with you when I was younger. You taught me to always welcome people into your home for Tea (with the table always set), the love of decorating for Christmas, and to have a quick-witted sense of humor. You were a Lady ahead of your time, you taught me to see people for who they are, not the color of their skin or where they came from. I will miss you dearly, and am Thankful to be your Grandson. xoxo -Jason
Jason Tyler


I remember when I first met Bernice, I think she like me because she warmed up to me quickly. I have some wonderful memories of her, like how she only ate coffee ice cream, with all the type of food you can eat and she she chose ice cream. We had a wonderful evening one day when we took her to one of our town fair. We won three little doggies, which he huged so tightly. I don't think I ever seen her smile so much in one day. But my favorite story was when I use to buy her scratch tickets and she would say to me "buy me a winning ticket, like I could predict a winner. I'm going to miss her :(
Sonia Ortega


So sorry for your loss. She was like a mom to me growing up. I don't know if you remember T, one day we went out and some guy asked her who I was an she said I was her daughter from someone else.. she used to love selling me her Avon and I enjoyed it.. RIP Bernice you were a wonderful person.
Evelyn Lopez


My sincere condolences to you Tara and your family. When I was a little girl I would go visit my grandma every Saturday in Milford. Bernice & Tara lived next door to her on Water Street. I would occasionally hangout with Tara and had the pleasure of meeting her mom. She was always very sweet and kind to me. I am so very sorry for your loss.
Annie (Rosado)Rosa


Tara I am so sorry for your loss. I know how close you and Bernice were. She was a great lady she was kind with a great sense of humor. She is smiling down and watching over you and is now at peace.
Nicole Choquet


Tara, My condolences to you & your family. Most days Bernice greeted me forehead to forehead with an “I love you hunny”. I loved her spirit & her feistiness - if you tried to feed her something she didn’t like she would tell you where to stick it along with a definitive “god damn it!”. It was an honor to take care of her in her final days. Lots of love to you 🙏🏽.
Michael Lipoma


I was blessed to call you mom though you played many rolls throughout my life. Mom,dad,confidant, best friend, counsler . You always provided for us being a single mother is not easy ,but you made it look that way as I always had school clothes for the new year and we never went hungry. It was an honour to care for you in your final years. One you never needed to thank me for, as I seen it as something that had to be done and so just like you did for me; I finally got to pay you back rest in the sweetest peace mom.
Tara Tyler


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