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McCracken Funeral Home

1500 Morris Ave, Union, NJ

OBITUARY

Alice M. Berry

April 4, 1928February 22, 2020
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Alice M. Berry (nee Abrolat), 91, passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 22, 2020, at Brandywine Assisted Living in Bridgewater, N.J.

Alice was born in Elizabeth, N.J., to the late Gustav and Marie Abrolat.

Alice graduated from Battin High School in Elizabeth, N.J. and Scudder Secretarial School, New York City.

Alice was married to her beloved husband, Charles Berry, for 65 years and was a resident of Union, N.J. for 63 years.

Alice enjoyed long walks, entertaining, cooking, gardening, and attending her granddaughter’s dance recitals, and her grandson’s sporting events.

Alice loved to travel, visiting throughout the U.S. and Europe. Alice was a member of the Union Elks Ladies Auxiliary. She was a Girl Scout and Boy Scout Leader.

Alice was predeceased by her brother, Gustav Abrolat, his wife, Bernice Abrolat, her brother-in-law, Richard Berry and his wife, Edith Berry. She also leaves behind many nieces and nephews.

Alice was the beloved wife of the late Charles Berry, who pre-deceased her in 2019; loving mother of Susan Brodziak and husband, Philip, and Ronald Berry and wife, Doreen; adoring grandmother of Laura Brodziak, Christopher Berry, his fiancé Jillian Berry and Taylor Berry.

A visitation for Alice will be held Wednesday, February 26, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at McCracken Funeral Home, 1500 Morris Ave, Union, NJ 07083.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that you make a donation in Alice’s name to the Alzheimer’s Association at alz.org.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy for the Berry family may be shared at www.McCrackenFuneralHome.com

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, February 26, 2020

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Diane Dixon

February 26, 2020

I'm blessed to say that I have many, many precious memories of my Aunt Alice and Uncle Chuck. They were incredible people, both full of life , they enjoyed every moment and each other. One of my most precious moments is when I was staying with them for a short visit. My Aunt had a piano and one afternoon we sat down, she played for me and we both sang and laughed at our off tune version of the songs. She did play one song in particular and today, it's still my favorite, "Red Sails in the Sunset ". I'll miss her dearly, her beautiful smile and her kind eyes. Love you, Aunt Alice

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