Ever Rest Funeral Home and Cremation Chapel

1783 East Keating Ave, Muskegon, MI


Paul Calvin Berger

January 10, 1930January 11, 2020

Survived by daughter, Marie (Charles) Rindfusz, of Texas, son, Jeffrey (Mary) Berger, of Muskegon, son, Gregory (Donna) Berger, of Muskegon, son, Dennis (Teresa) Davis, of Muskegon, many nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

Paul was predeceased by his wife, Mary Berger, son, Charles Davis, son, Jerry Davis, and son, David Davis.

There will be a visitation on Thursday January 16, 2020 from 5pm till 8pm and funeral service Friday January 17, 2020 at 11am with a visitation one hour prior and no luncheon to follow. Memorial Contributions may be made to Hospice of Michigan.


  • Visitation Thursday, January 16, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 17, 2020


Paul Calvin Berger

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Larry Ruby

January 17, 2020

It was a great blessing from God to know Paul as a Christian Brother and friend. Paul had a kind spirit, was gentle, and polite to everyone he met. I wish time here would have allowed me a chance to know him better. Some great day I will see him again and what a time of rejoicing that will be. Until then I know your in a much better place.

Sandra Hall

January 16, 2020

Paul Berger was one of the kindest people I knew. He greeted everyone who entered the doors at Oakcrest Church of God each Sunday. His gentle nature and beautiful smile touched countless people. He had a gift as a greeter and he used it well. He sure touched my heart each Sunday. Heaven has gain a beautiful soul.

Paul Seaney

January 14, 2020

I never had to the pleasure of meeting Mr. Berger, however, Jeff and Greg are both great people, and I am sure that Mr. Berger has a lot to do with that! My heart breaks for the whole Berger family and my prayers and condolences are with you all.
God Speed Mr. Berger

Angela Sidock (Sokolowski)

January 14, 2020

Bro. Berger was such a kind person. When I was younger and attended the church my mom and Grandmother had at one time, he would always greet me as I walked in the sanctuary. He was always soft spoken and had a smile on his face. He'd give a hug or a handshake and ask about my parents. It's a lost generation, but one that is so genuine. My deepest sympathy and condolences to the family. Thoughts and prayers to you all now and in the many days ahead. May Paul now enjoy all the blessings that Heaven has waiting for him.

Leslie Hall Holcomb

January 13, 2020

Mr. Paul Berger, such a gentle soul. I remember him well. He was always so kind. He always had a smile for me as I grew. I remember as a young child he would have smarties and then the chocolates around Christmas. It was magical. I love both Paul and Mary. Although I haven't seen them in years, I will miss their dear souls until we meet again.

Michelle Beckley

January 13, 2020

He was the sweetest man. At church he would greet me with a big smile, a hug and say, "well here's my friend." and his "Happy resurrection" at Easter. He will be greatly missed!

Andrea Osborn

January 13, 2020

Uncle Paul, you were always the gentle person with a kind word for everyone. It has been many years since we have spoken, but your kindness and love of family will truly be missed. Heaven has prepared a place for you; make sure you give all the family a big hug and kiss from all of us. We will all be together again someday.

You can rest now and know your work here on this earth is done.

Rest In Peace Uncle Paul.

Love Andrea (Dowdy) Osborn and Wyman Osborn

Lisa Muniz

January 13, 2020

I Didn't Know Your Dad, Marie! But l Want to send my Condolences To You, Marie, and Charlie, and to his Family, and Grandchildren, and Great Granchildren. I'm thinking of You, Marie, and Charlie, and your Family. We Love You, Charlie, And Marie.
Randy and Lisa Muniz.