Our lives were richer having known Don & Tess.
Rip dear ones.
Regrets couldn't make Memorial. Great Obit. Don & Tess deserved 21 Gun Salute for sure...R.I.P. & Sincere Condolences on your loss.
TO THE FAMILY OF DON . A TRUE SAN DIEGAN FAMILY MAN . GENTLEMAN, PATRIOT, SPORTSMAN .A MODEL HERO THAT WILL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM
Don Berg wrote three letters to Lauren Post while on duty during WW2. Post was responsible for the Aztec Newsletter circulated to SD State College service persons during the War. We would be happy to provide copies of the letters which are in Mr. Berg's handwriting.
-- Robert Ray, Head of Special Collections and University Archives, San Diego State Library 619 594-4303 email@example.com
TOO THE FAMILY OF DON MY PRAYERS FOR YOUR GRIEVE YET DON HAD A WONDERFUL LIFE MAY HE REST IN PEACE
Hi Berg family. I am sorry for the loss of Coach Berg. I was a student of coach at Horace Mann Jr. High from 1963-1966. I was a student of his my 8th grade year, and he was a GREAT TEACHER! My 9th grade year he selected me as a student coach. What an honor! That was one of the big reasons that I decided to enter education as a career. After 38 years, I just retired from public education as a A.P U.S. History teacher and a high school coach. Coach Berg had a great impact on the direction of my life, and I am forever grateful to him. He was a fine man and mentor. Dave Ponsford
I am one of those students who fondly remembers Mr. Berg and whose life he did touch. He was my math teacher at Roosevelt Jr. High School in 1949-1950. We all thought, "How could I be so lucky to have such a handsome teacher and such great one!"
Margarita Carmona, retired SDUSD school principal