In Memory

Arthur Berger

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04/17/15 09:27 AM #1    

Allen Simon

I remember Art, a great guy, always positive about things.  This obituary from the Gerstein Justice Building blog in Miami -

It is with a heavy heart that announce the passing of Arthur Berger.  Arthur was a dear friend, had a heart of gold and was one of the most brilliant minds I have ever known. He was a former assistant attorney general as well as assistant state attorney in the appellate divisions.  He loved the law and was in his glory when a novel legal issue was brought to his attention. He not only looked forward to such challenge, would dive head first into finding a solution based upon an obscure, yet logical legal theory, and would thrive as well.  He was so helpful to me both personally and professionally on so many levels and will sorely be missed; especially his wonderful, yet quirky sense of humor.   A consummate gentleman, everybody loved him; especially me.
Rest in peace my friend.  It was a honor to have known you and to have worked alongside you.
Arthur Berger’s funeral is scheduled for Friday, February 6th at 12: 30 PM
The location is :
Menorah Gardens
21100  West Griffin Road
Southwest Ranches , Fl. 33332

04/17/15 02:45 PM #2    

David Feldheim

I am deeply saddened to learn of Arthur's passing. I knew him before we were even teenagers, from Hebrew School at Park Synagogue in Cleveland, Ohio, and then on a more full time basis when we were classmates at Heights High, graduating in 1965.

Arthur was a dear friend, and one who could always be counted on for support. He infused every social situation with humor and energy, and was consistently considerate of others. I think it fair to say my fondest memories are of Arthur saying, "If the Boys are happy, I am happy." Oh, did he make us smile.

There is more, much more to be said; he will be missed. Arthur had a heart of gold.

04/18/15 03:30 AM #3    

Trudy Gottlieb (Lapin)

Felt a weird bond with Art who played clarinet & other "exposed" orchestra members when poor Mr. Mackey lost his teeth during an 0700 rehearsal before a school concert. We tried so hard not to laugh that we turned away from the conductor or covered our faces with our instruments. Don't know how Mr. M. recovered his teeth, because most of us looked away from the poor guy, which was the problem in the first place.

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