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Cline, Bernard Ivan

Posted: Wed 5:52 AM, Jul 11, 2018
Funeral Home: Leavitt Funeral Home
Bernard Ivan Cline, Age 87 passed away peacefully on July 5 surrounded by his loving family.

He was born May 5, 1931 to the late Rudolph and Olive Cline.

He is survived by his loving wife, Lena Mae Parsons Cline, his son B-I Cline (Tonya Haught) of Parkersburg and his daughter Cindy (Blayne) Ollom of Indiana. Three grandchildren, Austin White, Erica Zimny and Jillian Ollom. Four great grandchildren, MJ, Cayden, Lilly and Lena. Stephchildren Fred Walters Jr, Terri Combs, Richard Walters, Doug Walters, Robert Walters and Jon Walters. Several step grandchildren and step great grandchildren. Also survived by his sister in law, Doris Parson.

Ivan was a veteran having served in the Air Force during the Korean War. He retired from Montgomery Wards in 1989. Was also a member of F.O.E 2307 and V.F.W. Post 1212, having run bingo for many years in the Parkersburg and Paden City Area. Also survived by a sister Barb (Ralph) Cornell, brothers Larry (Barbara ) Cline and Bill (Rebekah) Cline.

He was preceded in death by brothers Forrest Cline, and Charles Cline and sisters Mildred Hickman, Catherine Hopkins and Diane Harper.

Per his request, there will be no services. Ivan donated his body to the WVU gift of live, to help medical students further their knowledge.

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