Alphonso-Berry-Obituary

Alphonso Berry

Gary, Indiana

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Alphonso N. Berry 85, a Gary resident. He was a Veteran of the U.S. Army after completing his service in the Army, he moved to East Chicago, Indiana and met and married Ruby A. Goosby. Alphonso was a retired Gary Firefighter and the owner of B&R Plumbing which he ran for over 40 years. He was...

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Sharon and family I am saddened to hear of Brother Berry's passing. He and my husband Brother Darrell F Wesson were Lodge brothers and shared a love for Steel City Lodge 68. Your father was a great man and was always willing to lend a helping hand to others. Praying for you and your family that God will give you all comfort and strength in this time of sorrow.
Ada Crosby Wesson

Sharon and family. We were saddened to hear of the loss of your father. We love you and are praying for you. T he Peterson family

To the family of Mr. Alphonso Berry,
Your dad was a pillar of the Gary community, a steadfast servant of the Lord, and a genius with how ANYTHING worked. Most importantly, he had a kind and generous heart and a loving spirit. He was never too stingy to share a smile!

Please accept our sincere condolences. We grieve with you.

Earl Goosby and Jeri-Elayne Goosby Smith

My condolences to everyone. I just found out about Uncle Al's passing. I am so sorry..
I pray that God gives everyone strength through this difficult time. Three, I Love You!
Lajuana

To the family of Mr.Berry
May God comfort you in your time of grief.
Mr.& Mrs.Don Campbell
Gary Fire Dept. Ret.

May God grant you peace, comfort and understanding during this time of grief. Dr. Diana Jones

To Tracey and the Berry my sincere prayers and Condolences to u and your family in the passing of your father Alphonso may he R.I.P.

To the Daughters of Mr. Al Berry and family, I offer you all my deepest condolence. Your Dad was a one of a kind guy, always talkative,friendly and good natured. I remember him growing up as Uncle Funny. I cannot think of him without thinking of your sweet Mother, they were definitely a pair. May God bless and keep you all as Mr. Berry take his rest from all his labors in the arms of Jesus.

RIP my GFD Brother . Rev. Jerome Jones Worshipful Master and chaplain of Martin L. King lodge #822 of A.A.S.R. Masons. Madison,Wi.