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Ronald A. Berg

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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The Lord called Ron home on April 20, 2011 at the age of 64. He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald A. and Helen V. (Carlson) Berg. Ronald Arden Berg was born on March 22, 1947 in Minneapolis. After graduating from Patrick Henry High School in 1965, he received a Bachelor's Degree in...

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I was very surprised and saddened to hear of Ron's passing. He was a wonderful friend of the family and a wonderful principal at RMS. May his family always remember the wonderful memories they had together and the love he had for the Lord.

Curtis & Angela (Forehand) Young
& Antoine Schneider (Angela's son)

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I was stationed with the 30th at McGraw Kerserne in Munich Germany under Bandmaster William e. Clark FROM 1965 TO 1967 I PLAYED FRENCH HORN

It was my pleasure to be his student and colleague. Many of my fondest memories from Glenwood City High School include Mr. Berg's band. The trip to Winnipeg, pop concerts, his "29 for the 10th straight time" birthday, and more. Later I would become an educator and see Ron at workshops. He was a positive role model for me and I will miss him. Dawn (Harmer) Totzke - class of '86

My condolences to Ron's loved ones. I am deeply saddened by Ron's passing. He has touched so many lives through his talent, humor and faith, truly an inspiration. I take comfort knowing he is with the Lord and I will see him again. Vera S.

To the Entire Ron Berg Family: I, along with many in the city of Barron, am saddened by Ron's passing. He truly was a wonderful Christian man. I will never forget his thoughtfulness to me in 1991 when my youngest brother perished in a house fire. Kiersten, Bjorn, and Reid: I am sorry for your loss of your dad at such young ages. I am sure he will continue praying for you up in heaven.

ron berg was a very inspirational person to be around and showed me that impossibilities can be overcome.i know that he's in heaven now, probably sitting next to maynard ferguson playing gigs. i will miss him very much
god bless the berg family in your time of sorrow.

My condolences to Ron's family. I knew Ron very well from our Glenwood City days and always considered him an absolutely great man. I am a better person for having had Ron as a friend.

Ron was a dear brother to me and many at North Heights Lutheran Church. He was the first one to truly put our instrumental band together. To a fellow G.I. I salute you brother.

Sandi and my prayers are with the family.

Pastor Bob and Sandi Cottingham