Richard O. Berry RitesJanuary 15,2013Richard O. Berry Rites
The funeral service for Richard Ogden Berry, 98, of Rutland, who died Jan. 10, 2013, was held Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, at the Grace Congregational United Church of Christ. The Rev. John C. Weatherhogg, senior minister, officiated.
Eulogists were Bill Seward, Bruce Howard and Tom Johnston.
Remembrances were given by friends.
Organist was Rip Jackson.
Bearers were Dean and Brian Lawrence, Roger Garrow, Bill Seward, Ray Parker, and Ken Curtis, all members of the Cairo Shriners Patrol-Drum Corps.
The Rutland Lodge 79 F&AM conducted their service on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013, at the Tossing Funeral Home, under the direction of Past Master Tom Johnston, Chaplain Jim Goss Sr., Warden Rod McPhee, and Jr. Warden Ray Parker.
The Tossing Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
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