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He was In fact it was always a source of great disappointment to Orizaba sex chat lines that he was too young to the Army when war broke out inwhich may explain why throughout his adult life he became a keen student of war and military history.
Bernard went to school in Durness until he was 11, when he transferred to the big school in Golspie.
They were married two years later by which time Bernard had ed the police service in Sutherland. His police career spanned 30 years and during those decades he was stationed at Lairg, Golspie, Dornoch, Melvich and finally Thurso.
When he retired inSergeant Hames, as he was then, was honoured by Chief Constable Donald Henderson who presented him with a roll-top desk which Bernard treasured throughout his retired life. On his retirement, Bernard had been looking forward to going back to Durness to help his Lonely women looking for fun in abbotsford Mary run the successful bed and breakfast business she had started in the Old Manse with their daughters Catherine and Kirsteen in summers.
Eventually he decided to move away from the solitude of the Old Manse and moved to Golspie to be nearer Kirsteen and her husband Michael in Dornoch. About 10 years ago he moved to Stafford Court in Dornoch just round the corner from where Kirsteen and her family live.
However, after a long and mainly happy retirement, Bernard was diagnosed with lung cancer in February of this year and although medical staff at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, where he was treated, thought he might survive for at least another year, Bernard died only five months later in the Cambusavie Unit, surrounded by his children Catherine, William and Kirsteen.
Bernard will be sadly missed by them as well as his four grandchildren Rosie, Sally, Adam and Robbie, Horny Proserpine west his many friends throughout Sutherland and the north of Scotland.
Bernard was also a lover of poetry, especially that of the Scots-educated Canadian poet Robert Service. He was a dedicated supporter of Inverness Caledonian Thistle and a keen watcher of, and listener to, Test cricket.
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