OBITUARY

Shirley Ann Berg

July 3, 1931March 24, 2020

Shirley Ann Berg, passed away peacefully on March 24th. Shirley was an incredibly talented individual, a floral designer, interior decorator, seamstress and cook. She epitomized the idea of turning a sows ear into a silk purse. Her happiest of days would consist of preparing a picnic and entertaining family and friends at one of the many homes that she and Marvin shared on her beloved Ohio River.

Shirley was preceded in death by her husband Marvin Berg, parents Emile and Stella Marrillia, brothers Butz and Pete Marrillia and sisters Virginia Monroe, Fanny Gray and Patty Lou Werner. Survivors include sisters Evelyn Greenwell, Carolyn Dye, Nancy Nichols, brother Sam Marrillia. And many nieces and nephews.

Private entombment at Resthaven Memorial Park.

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Maurine Nordmann

March 31, 2020

Shirley was Tiny Boyd's best friend. She could do anything and did. She loved a challenge but she
had fun doing it.
They loved going strawberry picking. Going shopping for bargains to places in Indiana like Shop and Save. We loved going to
her home in Westport Ky. She would spoil us with her home cooked meals. Everything she did
was to prefection. Rest in Peace
my dear friend. I'm sure you and Tiny are back together again.💝

Marjorie Risbergs (Boyd)

March 31, 2020

Shirley took Maurine and me to the ocean for the first time to Marco Island. She shared lobster tail with us, our first time to try too. She taught us how to find the best deals in the entire store. I'm sure she and Tiny are on the Shop & Save Express with Tom at the wheel. We send our love and condolences.

Terry Boyd

March 31, 2020

Shirley was the best, period. Smartest. Most beautiful. Most creative. Kindest. Wisest. Most generous. Hardest working. We think about her every day and those long, lovely days in Westport.

Carolyn Blumeier

March 28, 2020

I worked with Shirley at Cherry House in the 1980's. She was a remarkable human being. Very talented, gracious, and loved to share with everyone. I lost connection with her many years ago,but always thought if her on July 3 her birthday. I am better for knowing her.