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It is with profound sadness that the family and friends of Mark Stephen Berry, 52, a much-loved father and respected leader at First Presbyterian Church in Santa Rosa, report his sudden passing. Mark was taken on Aug. 13 as a result of a traffic accident in the Mount Shasta area. Born to Stewart...

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My condolences to the Berry family. While I only worked with Mark for a small bit of time at Regal, I found him to be a great, well rounded guy. In the words of a dear friend when I went through my own loss, " God picks his own flowers." Rest in Peace. Kathleen Spillane

Mark was a gem put on earth for all the lucky people who got to meet him. His humor and insights will live on in our hearts.

Some people come into our lives, make footprints on our hearts and we are never ever the same......

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Berry Family. Your son, husband, father, brother and uncle was a great man, a funny man, a compassionate man, and oh so smart. Mark was and will forever be greatly missed by all of his former colleagues at Jackson Family Wines. Rest in peace my brother from another mother. God just got a great one.

Mark pulled me and gave me confidence. I owe my career to him. Great mentor.

A better man I had never worked for, a better man I have not worked for since. My heart goes out to his beautiful family. Know that Mark was never forgotten and was always loved.

I recently had the privilege of meeting Mark through my son. I actually said to my son what a beautiful heart this man has. I join you in sadness over his passing and knowing that heaven in glowing brighter than ever from now on. Sending love and comfort to the family of this amazing man.

You lit up our church, you will be sorely missed.

Sending love and light in remembrance of this wonderful man.