|United States Marine Band - Marsovia Waltzes .mp3|
|Found at youtube|
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.