OBITUARY

Jack Michael Berry

December 5, 1947November 7, 2018

Jack went home to be with the LORD in the early morning of November 7, passing away at home peacefully in his sleep. He was born on December 5, 1947 to Dick and Muriel Berry in Houston, Texas.

Jack is survived by his wife Lori Berry, his son Chris Berry and wife Kim, granddaughter Emmalee Berry, stepdaughter Kelly Glover and her husband Randy Glover, older brother Richard Berry and younger brother Pat Berry, cousin Bill Berry, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Jack loved the outdoors, camping, fishing and hunting and participated in those activities with his numerous friends and family until he suffered a massive stroke in January of 2013.

Early in his career Jack worked as a millwright, then as a supervisor before becoming a real estate agent and investor.

Jack was a member of Grace Reformed Baptist church in Kingwood, Texas.

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REMEMBERING

Jack Michael Berry

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MIllie Ervin

November 13, 2018

Jack, Northshore is going to miss you. You were a gentle giant that was a friend to everyone. Thank you so much for that.

Richard Berry

November 10, 2018

Such great memories....
Dick always said, "one of these days Jack's going to kick your ass for all the times you were mean to him!"
And I remember very well, the first time you threw me in the dirt. I was about 15 or 16 so you would have been 10 or 11, but you were already taller than me. We were wrestling in front of the big house and you literally picked me up and threw me in the dirt. I got up, and said "OK, we'll go two out of three" and we wrestled a little more, and you threw me in the dirt again. We didn't wrestle all that much after that.

Of the three of us, you were the better cook! You even taught me how to make gravy, and I'll think of you every time I do.

Luvya Bubbie……..

Kelly Glover

November 9, 2018

As an entitled teenager in the 90’s I was not too sure of you moving in with us with your Rottweiler, Bubba. I would get mad when you ate my leftovers out of the fridge so we had to come up with a 2 day rule that it was fair game for you on the 2nd day (much to my protest ha). I soon realized that I needed to check myself and realize how much my mom loved you and I better get used to the idea. It didn’t take long for me to see what a perfect match you were for my mom and behind this big burly exterior was one of the most kind and gentle hearted men I have ever known. As selfish as I might have been growing up you never treated me as so and would do anything for me. I always loved your cooking as much as you loved a ribeye! I also loved all the Christmases with just the 3 of us when we would exchange gifts for hours! You were my mom’s Best Friend and I couldn’t have asked for a better Step-Dad. These last few years have been rough on both you and mom. I am sorry I was not around more. I know you are finally with the Lord and with your renewed body looking down on us! I will miss you a lot and can’t wait to be reunited someday! Love you Jacky!! Say Hi to Bubba, Moses, and the Puff man for me hehe :)

Kelly Glover

November 9, 2018

Kelly Glover

November 9, 2018

Kelly Glover

November 9, 2018

Kelly Glover

November 9, 2018

Kelly Glover

November 9, 2018

Kelly Glover

November 9, 2018

Kelly Glover

November 9, 2018