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Naomi Louise Berrien

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NEWPORT NEWS - Naomi Louise Berrien, beloved wife of Richard E. Berrien, passed peacefully into her rest March 21, 2014, gently cradled in his loving arms. Naomi and Richard married March 28, 1943, while Richard was on brief leave from the Navy. In March 2013, they joyfully renewed their wedding vows. Theirs is a 71 year long love story that continues to inspire all their family and those who knew them. Naomi was born September 7, 1923, in Trenton, NJ, where she graduated from Trenton High School 1941. She was active in her Hamilton Township, NJ, community, serving with the Nottingham Women's Club, a dance club, St. Mark's Lutheran Church, and Friends of the Library. She was employed for many years as a secretary at Hamilton High School, Trenton, NJ. For over 25 years, Richard and Naomi spent their winter months in Camp Florida Resort, Lake Placid FL, where Naomi enjoyed activities with a Bible Study and Red Hat Society events. Each summer, they returned to their home in Columbus, NJ. Naomi was predeceased by her parents, Joseph A. Harrison and Marguerite Schulze Harrison, and a brother, Richard A. Harrison. Left to treasure her memory are her three children: Judi (John) Munday of Chesapeake, VA; Robert (Valerie) Berrien of Okotoks, Alberta, Canada; and Barbara (Jay) DuBell of Youngstown, NY. Naomi and Richard have six grandchildren: R. Brandon (Beth) Munday, Sarah Munday (Brad) Touchet, J. Sherrod (Sara) Munday, Jessica DuBell, Spencer DuBell, and Kirsten Berrien (Dale) Miner. They have ten great grandchildren: Alex, Benjamin, Katie, and Emily Touchet, Paul, Joshua and Bethany Munday, and John Jr., Victoria, and Rachel Munday. The family will receive visitors on Monday, March 24, from 10 to 11 am, at Peninsula Funeral Home, Newport News, VA. A memorial service will follow, officiated by Pastor Paula Bass, at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, family will accept donations to establish a memorial garden at Hidenwood Retirement Community, Newport News, VA. Interment will be at a later time in Albert G. Horton Jr. Memorial Veterans Cemetery.
Published in Daily Press on Mar. 23, 2014
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