Lester-Berenbroick-Obituary

Lester W. Berenbroick

Monroe, New Jersey

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My deepest sympathy to Warren. I just leaned of Lester's passing. He was my organ teach, professor, choir direct and most importantly friend. A wonderful generous man.

I will miss you terribly. Lester, you were a true gentleman and made me feel welcomed into the Berenbroick family. My thoughts and prayers go to Warren.

Our deepest condolences to Warren and the Berenbroick family. We have such fond memories of singing in the Drew Chorale under Lester's direction. He has influenced and touched so many lives, and shared his talent with so many.

I have so many fond memories of "Mr. B" during my years singing with the Drew Chorale. We corresponded a bit over the years, and he seemed please to know he inspired me to end up pursuing a professional career as a church musician. He was loved and respected by many and will be missed. My condolences to the family.

Lester was not only a role model for us seminary students, he was a role model of how to live in a committed relationship in a less than friendly time. I shall always remember the courses I took with him, his enthusiasm, the creativity he encouraged in me, and his loyal friendship to us students and Drew Theological School. God Bless you, Lester for all your music and God Bless you Warren for your faithfulness.

Our sympathy goes to Lester's family and Warren. We have cared deeply for both of them for many years. Lee and Sandra Schilling

My deepest condolences to the Berenbroick family. May you find comfort from God's Word that soon He will "wipe the tears from your eyes...and death will be no more." This promise is sure to come true in the near future.

My condolences to the Berenbroick Family know that God will comfort you in this time of sorrow James 4 verse 8

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Lester W. BerenbroickMonroeBorn April 14, 1921, in Weehawken, New Jersey, and died Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012, in Monroe Township, New Jersey. Lester was Professor Emeritus at Drew University, where he served on the faculty from 1952 to 1991. He was also Organist and Music Director at the West End...

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