Bernard Lee Duelley

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Bernard Lee "Bud" Duelley, age 75 of Morgantown, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Thursday (April 26, 2018) at Ruby Memorial Hospital surrounded by his loving wife and friends. Bernard was born June 14, 1942 in Morgantown, a son of the late Gerald and Georgia Crim Duelley. Bernard had worked for NASA in Maryland and was a member of the Hopewell United Methodist in Fairmont. Bernard enjoyed being outdoors but most of all he enjoyed spending time at his camp in Wetzel County deer hunting. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend who was loved by many and will be deeply missed. Bernard is survived by his wife Mary Woody Duelley, one daughter, Terri Vines of Summersville, South Carolina, one step-daughter, Ashlee Muniz and husband Brian of Bowling Green, Kentucky, grandchildren, Chad Baldwin, wife Robin and their children Ethan and Abbey; Amber Baldwin and her children, Morgan and Blake; and Melissa Brooks, husband Joe and their children Chance and Chase; step-grandchildren, Aubree and Austin Muniz; brother Robert Eugene Duelly and wife Midge of Chestertown, Maryland, and two sisters-in-law, Ruth Duelley of Falling Waters and Loretta Duelley of Fairmont. The family would like to extend heartfelt thanks to Dr. Michael Craig and his staff at the WV Cancer Center and WV Caring Hospice for the love, care and support shown to Bernard and his family. Friends may call from 1-6 p.m. Sunday and from noon-1 p.m. Monday at the McCulla Funeral Home, 770 Fairmont Road, Westover. The funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Monday with Rev. Gary Steele and Rev. Claude Kinty officiating. Entombment will follow at Beverly Hills Mausoleum. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.McCulla.com.
Published on April 27, 2018
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