Obituaries

Christopher M. Berry

September 15, 1975 - December 5, 2016

Age 41, of Livonia. On December 5, 2016 God took Christopher Michael Berry home.

Christopher was born September 15, 1975. He was the son of Pamela Berry. On September 19, 1998 he married the great love of his life, Jill Marie Warwick. He was also the grandson of the late Ward E. Berry, Sr. and the late Louise Marie Austin Berry. He left behind so many family, friends and Godchildren.

He had a soul filled with so much grace, kindness and love. He loved his family, his friends (“all his brothers” and “all his sisters”) and his Godchildren deeply. Chris lived hard, loved hard and lived life to the fullest.

He leaves us all behind for the next chapter in his journey. We will forever love him and forever miss him. So the next time you feel a snowflake, a raindrop or a breeze gently touching your face, it will be Chris with a loving kiss from beyond.

Please join us on December 17, 2016 at 1 PM at Celebrate! Family Church, 74 Mt. Morris Rd., Leicester, NY to honor and celebrate Chris’ life with a luncheon to follow. If anyone would like to speak and share memories of Chris, we would greatly appreciate and welcome them. In lieu of flowers, we would appreciate any donations to the go fund me page, Chris Berry Memorial Fund to help the family with expenses or to the Livonia Fire Department & Rescue Squad, Livonia, NY 14487.

Important Dates

December 17, 2016 : Celebration of the life of Christopher M. Berry at Celebrate! Family Church, Leicester, NY - 1:00 PM - 74 Mt. Morris Rd., Leicester

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Dec 16.16 from Roger and Lorie Ames:
Our hearts are filled with great sadness but the love Chris gave us still dwells there. He was a wonderful man and leaves behind a beautiful legacy. He was a terrific uncle to our children, always available to talk to them and take them out or just have them overnight. He was a great brother-in-law to us. Roger, Mike and Chris were the three stooges at family gatherings. He was sensitive to Lorie and respectful. He was an engaging conversationalist. He was a witty fellow and always leaving us laughing. You will be greatly missed. Love you brother!

Dec 14.16 from His loving Mother:
My Dearest Son; Your obituary was written through your mother's broken heart. And in my heart you will always stay. I will love you forever. Somehow Jill, Me, Family and Friends will find strength again and get through. As for our hearts there will always be an empty spot. Give Grandma And Grandpa lots of hugs and kisses for me. ....Your Loving Mom.

Dec 14.16 from Vicki Boyd Williams:
Pam and family, my prayers are with you all, may love and peace prevail at this time, my heart goes out to all of you, Vicki