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Berl Saxton Meyer

Louisville, Kentucky

Age 74

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Berl Saxton MeyerLouisville - Berl Saxton Meyer, 74, passed away Monday, January 20, 2020.Berl is preceded in death by his parents, E. Crawford Meyer and Bernadine Saxton Meyer.He is survived by his wife, Patricia; sister, Judith Meyer; stepchildren, Janet Anderson (Ricky) and Stephen Sebree...

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I remember the day I met Berl, he walked into my store with a petition for me to sign to protect wildlife habitat. That is the Berl Meyer I know and respect. We have been friends and co-workers ever since.

Pat, I still remember the day I met Berl, he walked into my store with a petition for me to sign to protect wildlife habitat. That is the Berl Meyer I know and respect. We have been friends and co-workers ever since. Berl I will miss you.
Jack Perry

Pat: Berle was such a unique and special person. Loved working with him. He so loved nature. Very sorry to hear of his passing. Rebecca Perry

Pat: I am so sorry to hear this. I just now saw this on Friday evening.
Sonny Neurath.

It was a real pleasure to learn so much geology and nature from Berl for these many years. His caring and commitment will stay with us on our journeys.

It was a real pleasure to learn so much geology and natural history from Berl, and to experience his caring and commitment in action for so many dedicated years.

Dick Dennis

Larry & BERL

We are saddened to learn Berl has "Gone up THERE to see THEM". At the same time, it is a relief to know he is now at peace. Our condolences to Pat, Jude, and other family members and friends. A big Thank You to Berl for his contributions in support of all of his interests. We will miss Berl. He was definitely one of a kind.

Larry & BERL

We are saddened to know Berl has "gone up THERE to see THEM". At the same time, it is a relief to know he is at peace now. Our condolences to you, Pat, and to Jude, and to all family and friends. Thanks to Berl for his friendship, and for all he gave to his many interests. He was One of a Kind.