Christian Evangelist Paulino Bernal’s Cause of Death Revealed
The great accordion player and Christian evangelist who was a member of the Tejano Tex-Mex group Conjunto Bernal, Paulino Bernal’s cause of death was partly clarified after he passed away on September 10, 2022, at the age of 83.
During this painful time, we would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and all loved ones; Paulino Bernal was so significant to our world, and will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.
The heartbreaking news was shared and confirmed in a statement that was posted on their Facebook page, Super Tejano 102 announced that Paulino took his last breath on Sunday.
The statement reads, “It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of an amazing trailblazing accordionist Paulino Bernal, from the well-known Conjunto Bernal. Paulino was born June 22, 1939.”
It added, “He had a long musical career and a long list of hits with Conjunto Bernal. Eventually, he became a very well-known and loved Christian Evangelist. Paulino passed at 7:22 surrounded by the family singing How Great Thou Art. May he Rest in Heavenly Peace.”
In 1972, Paulino transformed from the apostolic Christian sect of Catholicism to Evangelical Protestantism and established Bernal Christian Records in order to exhort his Protestant Christian beliefs.
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An Illness Probably Became Paulino Bernal’s Cause of Death
Paulino Bernal’s cause of death has not been revealed at this time, but some claimed he was presently suffering from an illness and was not in good health condition.
Our team does not confirm any rumors about the news, though you can be sure that we are attempting our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible; but do not forget that family privacy should be respected.
Through his La Nuevo Cristiana ministry, Bernal owned and run over a dozen Spanish Language religious radio stations based in Texas having a satellite-fed programming schedule.
In 2008 Paulino Bernal published a new CD of polkas created by Grammy-winning producer Armando Lichtenberger Jr., “El Maestro Del Acordeon Y Sus Polkas” on Urbana Records and received his first Grammy Nomination for Best Polka Album for the 51st Annual Grammys.
The best of the conjuntos is, undoubtedly, Tony de la Rosa, Los Dos Gilberto, and Ruben Vela. Characterized by specialists of conjunto music as “the only one of its kind” and “twenty years ahead of its time” Steve Jordan is famous for his tremendous range of creations.
Its musical investigations lasted the gamut of conjunto, from the classic polka to Latin music including the bolero, cha cha cha, and even American rock and roll. El Conjunto Bernal owed much of its identity and meteoric came to fame to the intelligence of its founder, Paulino Bernal.
Skip Espinoza reacted to the tragic news on Facebook, ” Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to his immediate family. May they find comfort in knowing that Paulino is at rest. May they understand that we will see meet him again on that bright and glorious morning”.
Jay Villarreal penned, “It’s with a heavy to say my Father-In-Law Paulino Bernal has gone to be with the Lord My father-in-law touched the lives of a lot of people, mine included. I’m so glad that I’ve had a chance to get to know him, and I’m heartbroken that my mentor is gone. Please keep the Bernal family in your prayers”.