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Thomas “Tom” Berger

Nov 02, 1951 - Jan 03, 2021


Tom Berger, age 69, resident of Sheboygan Wisconsin, died January 3, 2021 of natural causes.
Tom was the son of Donald and Marian (Rosie) Berger. He was the husband of Ruth Berger, married on February 1, 1994. His cherished relatives include Aunt Marjorie (Marge) Mattern, cousins John, Edward, David, Carolyn and Kathleen his uncle Ernie (Buddy) Rose (deceased) and cousins Sharen and Terry.
One of Tom’s greatest achievements was starting Ulita Industries to use blimps to enhance aviation. Tom also had a great passion for music and loved the time he spent as lead guitar player in Brass Tacs. His relaxation came from the many days spent playing with his cousins at Lake Ellen and going water skiing and sailing.
Tom would want to say a heartfelt thanks to family and friends for being a part of his journey in life. A special thanks goes to all the wonderful staff at Progressive Care Center for their dedication to his care over the years.
No service will be held at this time but looking to plan a celebration of his life at a later date. Any donations in his memory can be made to the National MS Society.
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Joyce Cobian

Our sympathy to you Ruth. Tom's active life was taken from him when he was very young. The both of you had so much to look forward to. I hope to see you at his celebration of life. Will keep you inner prayers. Stay safe and healthy.

Kathleen Markevitch

Ruth, Please accept my sympathies in the loss of Tom. May the years you spent together and fond memories help to comfort you at this time and the years to follow. He is with Don and Rosie now. (Bless their hearts. I have fond memories, too.) Blessings Kathy

Diana Steffen

Ruth, I’m so sorry for the loss of Tom.

Mary Kuether

Joel and I are so sorry for your loss Ruth. Please accept our sympathy as Tom was a wonderful man and a professional musician. Sincerely, Joel and Mary Kuether

Deb TenHaken

May God grant you and your family comfort and strength during this difficult time. Tom is in God's arms complete and whole again. My condolences.