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United States Marine Band - Marsovia Waltzes .mp3
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Gordon Berger's humorous take on W.W.II

Article about Gordon

Maxianne Berger's first collection of poetry

Glen King's music web site

Profile of Robert C. Berger

BERGER, Robert C., wholesale leaf tobacco; born, Detroit Dec. 2, 1875; son of Casper B. and Lena (Bloom) Berger; educated in public and high schools of Detroit; married at Chicago, 1904, Miss Bettie Adler. Began in leaf tobacco business under his father, 1890; became partner C.B. Berger & Sons, 1902; acquired sole ownership of the business, 1905, which he still retains (when written in early 1900's), deals in Havana, Sumatra and Domestic leaf tobaccos. Club: Phoenix. Recreation: Fishing. Office: 216 Jefferson Av. Residence: 1628 Woodward Av.

Jack H. Berger 

FORT WORTH -- Jack H. Berger, 86, former owner of Fashion Furniture, died peacefully on Thursday, May 4, 2000, at home. Funeral: 2 p.m. Sunday at Independence Chapel in Greenwood Mausoleum. Officiating: Rabbi Ralph Mecklenburger. Mr. Berger will be entombed in the Greenwood Mausoleum. Visitation: he will not lie in state. Memorials: the family respectfully requests that donations be made in Jack's name to Beth-El Congregation; or to a charity of choice. A native of Detroit, Mich., he was born on March 14, 1914, the son of Henry and Florence Heim Berger. He was a longtime resident of Fort Worth. Jack was a past president of the Rotary Club of West Fort Worth and was a Paul Harris Fellow. He was a member of Beth-El Congregation and Colonial Country Club. Survivors: Wife, Marie Freidman Berger of Fort Worth; children, Joan Berger Rosen and her husband, Sam, Susie Berger Kline and Steve Kline, all of Fort Worth; grandchildren, Leslie Rosen Walstrom and her husband, Terry, of Fort Worth, Sherrie-Lynn Rosen Wiedermann and her husband, Gil, of Dallas, Steven Kline Jr. and his wife, Julie, of Fort Worth and Stacy Kline Gansky and her husband, Eric, of Fort Worth; brother, Richard Berger of Oklahoma City, Okla.; and ten great-grandchildren.