Bernard Jay Jacobson

6/13/1943 ~ 1/24/2020

Bernard Jay Jacobson peacefully passed away on January 24, 2020. Bernard was born June 13,1943 to Rellis Monard Jacobson and Flora Christensen. He was the oldest of 7 children. His early years were spent in Orem. He met the love of his life Janice and married her on March 16, 1961. they were sealed for time and eternity in the Provo Temple on July 16, 1985. Lessons Learned from Bernard

*If you are the oldest child you get to tease and torture your siblings, but you are the first to defend them as well.

*When you are a mischievous boy, clean out your own pockets so your mother doesn’t

*have a heart attack when she finds snakes salamanders and any number of unpleasant things.

*if you want a friend for life, marry one. If you are going to love, love with your whole heart.

*If you are going to procreate, you might as well have carbon copies for several generations.

*If you are going to have friends, let them know you love them by teasing them.

*If you tell a story, use humor and make it so good the listeners wished they had been there (even if they were).

*Raise your family in the great outdoors with a great adventure around every corner.

*Hunting and fishing are the best family vacations.

*If in your later years you might want a hunting or fishing guide, raise them.

Bernard is survived by his wife Janice. Children Roger (Kathy) Jacobson, Bryan (Lisa) Jacobson, Janine (Ross) Jensen, Matthew (Krys) Jacobson. 14 grand children and 7 great grand children. Siblings Gail Pierce, Bonnie Blackhurst, Connie Dickenson, Robert Jacobson, Blaine Jacobson. Proceeded in death by His father and mother and brother Monard Roy Jacobson. Funeral services will be held Thursday January 30 at 11:00 a.m. in the Moroni Stake Center (85 N Center St.) with a viewing from 9:00 – 10:30 prior to services at the Stake Center. Interment in the Moroni City Cemetery under the care of Rasmussen Mortuary.

5 Responses to “Bernard Jay Jacobson”

  1. Larene Pace says:

    So sorry for our loss. He will be missed. My condolences to you and yours.

  2. Polly says:

    I have had the pleasure of having Bernard & Jan as my neighbors. They have been kind to my parents & me over the years. Bernard was a character with many stores to share. Our last good visit was the 3 of us sitting on their front porch when there was a power outage. He would drive his riding lawn mower over & cut the grass for me. In the winter he’d clear the snow out front on his 4 wheeler so I could get to work. Then off he’d go would a little hallor of a WHOOP! Jan my heart goes out to you.

  3. Tenille milam says:

    I’m so sorry for the loss of uncle Bernard your family are in my thoughts and prayers and if you guys need anything please know I’m here for you and Bernard will always be loved and never forgotten

  4. Don Jensen says:

    Sorry to hear about your dad Janine. We won’t be able to make it but our thoughts and prayers are with you and Ross and family. Love and hugs Don and Lori

  5. Paulette phipps says:

    So sorry for your loss. Sending love and prayers.

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