Wayne G. Berger

Wednesday 27th of May 1931 - Friday 9th of October 2020

Wayne G. Berger

Wayne G. Berger, 89, died October 9, 2020.  He is survived by his daughter Julie (Donald) Max; granddaughters Kayla (Pete) and Olivia Max; brother Kenneth Berger and sister Donna Dannemiller.  He is preceded in death by his wife Frances Kay (Shrimplin) Berger.

Wayne was a proud veteran of the U.S. Army and a Korean War veteran.

He retired from Montgomery Wards after many years in management and loved spending time on the golf course, fishing and gardening.

In his younger years, he and Frances enjoyed traveling throughout Europe and the United States.

Wayne was a long-time volunteer at his church where he loved to serve as an Usher.

Later in life, even after his health confined him to a wheelchair, he was known for his great attitude and sunny disposition.

Of all things, Wayne loved his wife, his daughter and his grandchildren and would never miss any of their school events.

There will be a private Graveside service at Camp Nelson National Cemetery at 10am, November 5, 2020.

 

Guest Book

Kaylan

says

I have the privilege of helping take care of Wayne at THVC. He always greeted you with a smile, laughed at any joke, and was the sweetest man. I am so sorry for your loss. We all miss Mr. Berger ❤️

1 week ago

Randy Deitrich

says

Julie, Don, Kayla and Olivia. So sorry to hear of the passing of Wayne. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. Always enjoyed talking with your Mom and Dad during all of the ballets over the years.

2 weeks ago

E Paul and Marilyn Gander

says

We were saddened to hear about Wayne's death. My wife Marilyn and I always enjoyed staying over at Wayne and Kay's house on our way to or from Florida. They were always very gracious hosts. May God enfold you with his comforting and loving arms.

2 weeks ago

Mary

says

I’m so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort help you during this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4 & Psalms 83:18). Jesus told us to pray for God’s Kingdom because it will end tears pain and death. (Revelation 21:3-5 & Daniel 2:44).

2 weeks ago