Photo courtesy of Neenah's Westgor Funeral Home


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For my other half, I love you!

The short time we had with Arnold was wonderful. He was thoughtful, sweet, caring and a very hard worker. He enjoyed helping with the kitchen duties at work, and he loved flipping the contents of the saute pan. I think of him now every time I do so. Arnold was a pleasure to work with and to know, and I'm sure he's looking down on us now. Bless you always.

I met Arnold when he came to work for Sam Cole. I was immediately impressed with his peaceful demeanor and work ethic.

One day after work we got to talking. I remember telling him about my daughter, Leanna, who is ill with a serious condition. Arnold reached for my hand and assured me that he would pray for her. I felt so grateful for his interest and compassion. With his deep faith, it seemed likely to me that God would hear him. And, guess what! Leanna is better. She...

May God almighty cause his peace to shine upon you? Your honesty, Dedication to whatever task you were assigned exceeded my expectation. I will forever remember your famous last question at the end of every shift. " Is there anything else you need me to do”?

Looking back now, I would have said. Stay a while longer. But I know your creator called your name, and you answered. May God's eternal flame, give you eternal peace, Love and rest.

I have asked a thousand...

Arnie was a friend from High School and though we'd not met since I remember him vividly. He was funny and bright, a good person, caring, he took time to listen to people, he had a big heart, it was easy to know and like him. I valued him as a good friend. I'm so sorry to hear about his loss. God will bless him eternally with peace and joy. Offering you my heartfelt condolences, with best regards, Fred

Mr. & Mrs. Berton
Many years ago, when St. Gabriel's School started the soccer program, Arnie played on my team. I remember him putting his heart and soul into the game, and he could run rings around many of the players. He gave it his all, and was such a pleasure to be around. Even though this was a long time ago, and I have not seen Arnie since those young years, I want you to know that I was very sad to hear about your loss.

Arnold was my best friend, we had many great times together and of course, as great friends often are, we were sometimes at each other's throats. Yet, we would always end up being the best of friends again once we got over petty squabbles which is all they ever really were. He was there for me many times when I was feeling very low, and always manage to make me feel better and pick me back up on my feet again. I am going to miss my friend, but I'm happy to know that he has found his way to...

My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family and friends. You will be missed by many . May you rest
In Gods arms peacefully . Peace be with you eternally.

To the entire Berton Family: I was so sorry to hear about Arnie's death. I have many memories of the time we spent on Caroline St. Even though we didn't stay in touch after moving away I know that Arnie continued to be a true friend to many people. May you all be comforted by the support of friends and family in this time of loss.


ARNOLD's Obituary

Arnold Eli Berton, "Arnie", Alexandria, VA, age 42, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, December 10, 2012, due to a tragic car accident in Washington D.C. He was born July 17, 1970, in Neenah, son of Thomas and Barbara (Foster) Berton.Arnold graduated from Neenah High School...

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