Entry: Bernadette A. Wilberding-Pick Obituary Friday, December 23, 2011

Bernadette Pick -  Dec. 18, 1916 – Dec. 18, 2011


Bernadette Pick, 95, died Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011, at the Hendricks Community Hospital.

Funeral services are at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Anthony’s Catholic Parish in Lismore, Minn., with interment in the church cemetery. Visitation will precede services at the church Wednesday. Eidsness Funeral Home in Brookings is in charge of the arrangements.

Bernadette Agnes (Wilberding) Pick was born Dec. 18, 1916, at Lismore, Minn., to Ben and Agnes (Fehring) Wilberding. She attended St. Anthony’s Catholic School in Lismore. On Feb. 19, 1941, she married Urban Pick in Lismore. The couple farmed near Lismore and moved to a farm near Ivanhoe, Minn. in 1952. They quit farming in 1959, and Urban died in 1973. Bernadette worked for the Marshall Produce for 23 years and then part-time for the Super 8 in Marshall for seven years. She moved with her family to White in 1999.

Bernadette was a member of the Catholic Daughters for 60 years. She enjoyed playing cards and bingo and working in her flower and vegetable gardens.

Survivors include her son, Melvin Pick, of Gibbon, Minn.; daughter, Mary Ann Pick of White; nieces and nephews including a special niece, Rita Pankratz, of Arlington; and a sister-in-law, Dolores Pick, of Worthington, Minn.

She was preceded in death by her husband; an infant daughter, Jane; a son, James; and eight brothers and sisters: Elizabeth, Mary, Rose, Francis, John, Henry, Albert, and Josephine.

                                                                (Brookings Register, SD -  21 Dec 2011)

1.  Johan D. Wilberding  (1704-1788)
   2.  Carl J. Wilberding  (1758-1823)
      3.  Carl H. Wilberding  (1793-1872)
         4.  Anton Wilberding (1842-1912)
            5.  Bernard H. Wilberding  (1874-1950)
               6.  Bernadette A. Wilbering-Pick  (1916-2011)


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September 2, 2016   10:37 AM PDT
let the earth it will be down. it was really a good man. I'm really sorry for her

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