Boyce Wayne O'Berg
March 30, 1940 – September 30, 2019
Boyce Wayne O’Berg, 79, of Oklahoma City, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, September 30, 2019. Wayne was born March 30, 1940 in McLoud, Oklahoma to Fremont and Edna O’Berg.
He graduated from Crooked Oak High School in 1958. After high school, Wayne went on to Northrop University in Inglewood, California. After graduation, he returned to Oklahoma to begin a long and distinguished career in aviation. In 1995, after many years of working and traveling around the world, Wayne decided to open Aviation Services Unlimited, providing corporate jet maintenance and inspections with his wife Barbara and sons Darrin and Laine. The business was a great passion of Wayne’s for the 24 years he ran it. Wayne touched many people in the aviation world and his loss will be felt greatly.
Wayne is survived by his son Laine and wife Lori of Yukon, grandson Brady O’Berg of Yukon, Oklahoma; granddaughter Chelsea Miller of Elk City, Oklahoma; sister Colleen Reigh and husband Jack of Benbrook, Texas; mother-in-law Dora White of Midwest City, Oklahoma; brother and sister-in-law Glen and Donna White of Oklahoma City, sister-in-law Eva Brown of Midwest City and many nieces and nephews.
Wayne was preceded in death by his wife of 56 years Barbara, son Darrin W. O’Berg, father, Fremont “Red” O’Berg, mother Edna O’Berg, brother Fremont “Dusty” O’Berg and sister Wanda Little. The family would like to thank the staff at Baptist Village for the compassionate care during the last days.
A service to celebrate Wayne’s life will be 2 p.m., Thursday, October 3, 2019 at Chapel Hill Funeral Home with interment in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.
- Arthur Acuna
- Paul Acuna
- Brent Myers, MD
- Rodney Simmons
- Donny White
- Michael White
- Funeral Service Thursday, October 3, 2019
Boyce Wayne O'Berg
October 2, 2019
I met Wayne in 1965 and he has been a friend and mentor for many years. He never hesitated to share any information or particulars regarding anything in our line of work with me or my small company.
He was a true pioneer and all around good man. God Speed, B.W.