Raymond Joseph Berger

June 2, 1937April 4, 2011

Raymond Joseph Berger June 2, 1937 – April 4, 2011 It is with great sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of Ray. He passed away peacefully at home after a brief fight with cancer. He is survived by his loving wife of 46 years Jackie, his 3 children; Teresa, Kevin and Lori, his 2 grandchildren; Colton and Brendan who were his absolute pride and joy. He will also be deeply missed by his sister Millie, mother-in-law Dorothy Bird and sister-is-law Pat (John) as well as numerous other relatives and friends. Ray’s greatest joys were his family, watching his grandsons in their activities and his gift of conversation with anyone, anytime, anywhere. As per Rays wishes, there will be no service. If so desired, please make a donation to the BC Cancer Agency Centre of the North in Ray’s memory. Arrangements under the direction of Lakewood Funeral Home, Prince George, BC.


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Logan & Nancy Lampert

April 25, 2011

Jackie, Teresa, Kevin & Lori:
Our deepest sympathy. We were sad to hear about Ray's passing. So sorry for your loss.You are in our thoughts and prayers. Hoping to see you on our next visit to PG.

April 20, 2011

We are so sorry to hear of your loss. We were shocked and saddened by the news and wish your family well during this difficult time. Ray was a great friend and a wonderful man. We will miss him.
Ted and Carol Heyninck

Patti New (Makowsky)

April 19, 2011

Hi there,
I wanted to write and tell you that I am thinking about you and your family. I have alot of good memories of our families together. I can still remember Mr. Berger in our kitchen asking us if Laurie would be an okay name for your new baby. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Gerry Harris

April 18, 2011

Sorry to hear of your loss. I always enjoyed his company when I lived in Prince George. He was a valued driver at the PeeWee Tournament of Champions.

Kim Appleton

April 12, 2011

Our family was shocked & saddened to hear of Ray's Passing. You were the neighbors we relied on through Mom's illness & passing. I hope the two of them are having a chat over the fence right now!!

April 10, 2011

I am sorry to hear of Ray`s passing. He always had time to chat & wave hello or goodbye at my different workplaces. My deepest sympathy goes out to your family at this time. Susan Cheema(PG)

Ted & Darlene Sutton

April 9, 2011

Dear Kevin,

Having both lost our Dad's, we feel your pain. Memories of the great times you had together will get you through. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

April 9, 2011

We're very sorry to hear about Ray's passing. He had a big heart, and his smile and a friendly words brightened our day whenever we met. He was truly a good man, and much loved by everyone who knew him. Ray has been such a good friend to our family throughout the years, from those early days on Nicholson St. through all the stages and changes of our lives. Words can't begin to express our sympathies for your loss, and we'll really miss seeing Ray around P.G., hearing his friendly hello, and stopping to chat with him.

Tom and Deborah Makowsky

Raymond Berger

April 9, 2011

Jackie, Elaine and I just arrived home from the south and were devistated to hear of Ray's passing. Ray and I had a lot in common with our Kelly Douglas Days and our later driving days.I will miss our meetings and coffee chats. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Doug and Elaine Hughes

Leverne & Jo-Ann Merkel

April 8, 2011

Dear Jackie, Theresa, Kevin & Laurie:
We were shocked to hear of Ray's passing, he was always such a positive person and so full of life and fun. He will always be remembered by ourselves and our family as one of the McLean Drive, McQueen Crescent dad's. Our hearts go out to you.