Bernard ''Bernie'' Joseph Warycha
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|With the passing of anyone is the passing of "Whole Other Lives" - Bernie and I parted company back in 1995 and I never heard of him again until today when I par chance "googled" him and found that he had passed. Bernie, Matthew Trask and I formed a corporation (Fortrawar) back in 1980 to pursue computer contracting and my memories are now all I have of him as his "whole other life" distanced us. I would trust that Bernie's stick-to-it attitude allowed him to have a full life for the years that followed. To the family my condolences and best wishes and also belated thanks for the years they so graciously cared after my parents before they passed on as well. |
|From: Paul M. Ford, Jr. 06/07/2010 01:21 PM|
I was Googling for Bernie today and am sad to see that he has recently passed. We were both stationed together in the Navy and he was my room-mate in 1979. We both learned computer design and programming under the tutelage of Paul M. Ford, Jr in Portsmouth, VA. I last spoke with Bernie in 1986 when he and Paul both applied for positions at Phoenix Technologies, where I was working at the time. Bernie was a good man and a good friend - I'm sure he will be missed.
|From: Matt Trask 04/19/2010 10:25 AM|
|My condolences to Bernies family. I played poker with Bernie through the PokerAnalysis Forum and will miss him very much. He was a great poker player and a very good person.|
|From: Glenn Elliot 03/22/2010 06:06 PM|
|Since 2004, Bernie had made several friends online in the poker community. He was respected by all for his calm, cool and caring ways. He will be greatly missed. My condolences to the Warycha family. |
|From: Ron Mitchell 03/19/2010 03:24 PM|
|I did not know bernie personally but on our poker forum bernie was a class act. He will be missed dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
|From: Bill Haddox 03/17/2010 02:30 PM|