Robert Donald Berger

April 24, 1963 - September 16, 2014

 

Robert Donald Berger of Anna, Texas passed away September 16, 2014 at the age of 51. He was born April 24, 1963 to William Raymond Berger and Ramona Adell (Crooks) Berger in Ravenna, Ohio. Robert served his country proudly in the United State Navy. His engineering career included twenty years with Verizon Telecommunications.

Robert is survived by son, Robert James Berger and wife Melissa of Reklaw Texas; daughter, Shayla Rodriguez and husband Gilberto of Anna, Texas; four grandchildren, Briseis, Gabriela, Damien and Emilio; sister, Susan Slusser and husband Alan of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; brothers, William R. Berger, Jr. and his wife Liz Berger and Mark Berger of Ravenna, Ohio.

He was preceded in death by his parents, William Raymond Berger and Ramona Adell Berger.

A memorial service with military honors will be held 4:00 p.m., Saturday, September 20, 2014 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel in Allen, Texas.

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I have enjoyed working with Rob professionally and getting to know him on a personal level as well. He always exhibited spiritual gifts of patience, kindness, and gentleness with a quiet confidence rarely seen in life. His smile was infectious and unforgettable along with his brilliance and sense of humor. Rob honored the Lord in his walk here, that is why I rejoice that while absent here, he will be ever present with Him. To Rob's family, may you be comforted and encouraged with God's peace that passes all understanding. Richard Wright, September 23, 2014 Rob, you left a beautiful mark on this world. Two beautiful children and four beautiful grandchildren. You also left the mark of your life and your love on those that you knew and cared deeply for. May you rest in peace knowing your memory will live on in the hearts of those of us that were touched by you. Christine Bradford, September 20, 2014 It was a great honor having Rob work for me over the years at MCI. He was a phenomenal engineer, architect, and super all-around guy. We will miss him dearly and honor his life. Dennis Day, September 20, 2014 The memories will last forever, Rob. It’s been a pleasure knowing you for the last 15 years. Rob always managed to make me laugh and teach me something new in the same conversation. His kindness, wisdom and knowledge will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace…. Marisol George, September 19, 2014 The world has lost one of its truly nice guys. It was a pleasure working with Rob over the last twenty years. He treated everyone with fairness and respect, and always seemed to be smiling. He will surely be missed. May he rest in peace Pete Okon, September 18, 2014 It was a pleasure to know Rob over the last 20 years. We had many great adventures exploring technology and life in general. Rob was a kind and gentle soul and always provided grounding and compassion when they were most needed. I relied on Rob at work for his knowledge and wisdom. I will miss him and wish his family all the best. Donald Pitchforth, September 18, 2014 I worked with Rob for 15 years. I will miss his can-do enthusiasm, his calm in a crisis, and his generosity. Rob had great faith in the Lord, and I am comforted that fact, yet I will miss him. Michael Freiberger, September 18, 2014