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Charles Bernie Edenfield, 84, of Savannah, Georgia and husband of Irene Frances Biro Edenfield, died Wednesday morning, June 23, 2021, at Riverview Health & Rehabilitation Center.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

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  1. Russell Stookey says:

    I will miss my friend

  2. BJ Kennedy says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Mr. Bernie.
    He was one heck of a trooper !! Thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends.

  3. Terri Lewis says:

    Bernie was a legend in his time. I enjoyed working with him when I was a radio operator. He had so many stories and so much wisdom to share with us. One my favorite memories involved my little sister and I riding in the St Patrick’s parade in his restored patrol car. Every corner we took, involved a story. I am so sorry for your loss and send prayers to everyone.

  4. Keith Horne says:

    Bernie was old school all the way and a class act . I enjoyed working with him in Savannah back in the 1980s. He had a lot of wit and wisdom! My condolences and prayers for his family. He was a great man.

  5. Keith Howard says:

    Prayers. Was a Troopers Trooper. Rest easy.

  6. Jerry goldin says:

    One of the greatest Troopers I ever worked with. He saved my life in 1970. I will miss him.

  7. Roger K Moore says:

    RIP my friend. Bernie was a true friend. Worked with Bernie at P-42 in the 70’s. Taught a young Trooper many life lessons.

  8. Robert Lee says:

    Always enjoyed working with Bernie. I still have two pieces of furniture that he made for me. RIP Bernie.

  9. Ron Stuart says:

    Bernie worked out of Post 6, Gainesville in the late 70s. He was always a pleasure to work with.
    In addition to being a model trooper he was a very impressive
    I remember he did a “frame-off” restoration of a Studebaker Hawk that turned out just unbelievable; looked factory fresh.
    He will be missed.

  10. Ray Howard says:

    Bernie had retired by the time I went to Post 42, but still came by often to offer his “wisdom”, and especially his philosophy! “One of a kind” falls short describing him.
    Godspeed, Bernie.

  11. John Hembree says:

    Bernie and I worked together at Post 6. He was instrumental in teaching me all about woodworking. With his skills as a master craftsman, his son Ronnie and I made several pieces of furniture and the kitchen cabinets for my first home in Gainesville. Irene always made sure we had plenty of nourishment to complete the task at hand. He and his family meant more to me than they will ever know. Although we had not spoken in years, he was always one I remembered with great fondness. Rest In Peace my friend!

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