Jack Arnold Berg

Port St. Lucie, FL, Minnesota

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My sympathy goes out to Jack's family. He and I started on the Minneapolis Police Department the same day. He was a good man and a good cop. At one point, my mother explained to me that Jack was also my third cousin.

I was saddened to hear of Jack Berg's passing away. I am glad that he spent his retirement years in Florida. I first met Jack when he worked the MPHA detail with a fresh recruit named Lee Edwards, in the early 1990's. Both were nice guys who worked the 4th precinct in later years. As a landlord on Broadway, an area with a torn social fabric, I needed to call the police with much frequency and Jack always was helpful and calming. With a great sense of humor and humility he always did what he...

I first met Jack when we were both part of an all Minnesota Platoon (339) enlisting in the Marine Corps in June 1963. After we left the Corps, we were able to keep in touch during our working years. Semper Fi my friend, and rest in peace in your new duty station.

I was shocked and sad to learn of Jacks death. Jack was a good neighbor and friend when he lived in the Boom Island neighborhood in N.E.. He along with Gary & Evie were the first to introduce us and the other new neighbors into the neighborhood, and it seems I can't remember a week going by that we didn't talk or all hangout together. I have missed Jack since he moved, but I bet anything my Grandfather Alex was there to welcome Jack at the pearly gates waiting to talk with him. He...

Oh cousin jack I will miss you so much, I have such beautiful memories growing up, our parents playing poker every Sunday, and you Holly Butch and I always bugging them or they would send us off to the show, Im sure you were greeted up there with open arms from your sister Holly, my brothers roger and butch and my mom and dad, your mom and dad, save me a place at the poker table, my husband officer bob and you would love to talk police talk, rip cousin Jack, you would be so proud of your...

I worked the old 1st Precinct with Jack although on different shifts..He did have a quick sense of humor and quick to laugh...He didn't sweat the small things and didn't get rattled when situations got a little tense...In fact he might have laughed at the whole scenario..We attended ATF school together (late '70s) and graduated with "honors".....Celebration and festivities began after a fine 11AM ceremony and diner.....it continued till 5AM the next day.....Rest in peace Jack....

My sympathy goes out to you Sharon and the rest of jacks family. I have a very heavy heart as I have just learned of the passing of my cherished childhood friend. I have so many fond memories of jack that it would take too long to note. All I can say and I think this covers e dry thing is that he will always have a special place in my heart


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