Alan Berry

Alan Berry

Wednesday, December 7th, 1960 - Monday, April 26th, 2021
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Wayne Alan Berry, age 60, passed away Monday, April 26, 2021, at his home in New Bloomfield, MO.

Alan was born on December 7, 1960 in Fulton, Mo. He was the son of the late Howard Monroe and Carrie Mae (Baker) Berry. Alan was married on July 11, 2018 at their home in New Bloomfield, MO. to Dixie Trester, who survives.

A lifelong resident of the Central Missouri area, Alan was a 1979 graduate of New Bloomfield High School. He later earned a Microcomputer Electronics Degree from Microcomputer Technology Institute in Houston, Texas in 1986.

Alan possessed a strong work ethic and took pride in building a business that operated on the basis of integrity and compassion. He owned and operated CornerStone Lawn Care for nearly 20 years and loved the relationships he formed through his business. Alan lived, breathed, and loved fescue.

He was a member of Solid Rock Church where he assisted as an usher and as part of the security team. Alan enjoyed the time he was able to spend with the congregation and was passionate about both his faith and being a servant of God.

Alan spent much of his time outdoors either mowing, hunting, fishing, or exploring the areas around Central Missouri. His sons have fond memories of fishing with him on Cedar Creek growing up. Quality time for Alan involved spending time outdoors and being surrounded by his family. His biggest accomplishment was being promoted to grandpa, especially when he was affectionately called “Pop Pop.”

He was known for his generosity and putting the needs of others above his own. Alan’s family will remember him by his booming voice, his playful demeanor, his unapologetic honesty and being the rock of the Berry family.

Survivors include: his loving wife, Dixie Trester-Berry; two sons, Keith Alan Berry (Leah) and Daniel Lee Berry (Katie), both of New Bloomfield, Mo.; his step-children, Rebecca Talley (Lance) and Kevin Lehman (Erin), both of Ozark, Mo.; his sister, Sharon Jarvis of New Bloomfield, Mo.; uncle, Roger Baker (Jan) of Holts Summit, Mo.; his beloved granddaughter, Eleanor Berry; and a step-granddaughter, Everly Jane Lehman. Other survivors include Josh and Jacob Rieken.

A private family memorial service will be held at a later time.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to Solid Rock Church, Special Olympics, Missouri Conservation or St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. All contributions can be mailed to P.O. Box 95, Jefferson City, Mo. 65102 to be given directly to Alan’s family.

Funeral arrangements are under the care of Freeman Mortuary.
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Lana Oney

Posted at 10:59pm
Dixie and Family,
Alan was such an outstanding person of integrity. So honest and forthright. So quick to speak about His Jesus. Such an inspiration in a real and genuine way. Nothing fake about him. His life made an impact on many and he will be greatly missed.
Please accept my heartfelt condolences. I am so sorry for your untimely and tragic loss. There are no words. Love, Prayers, and Blessings. Lana Oney

Jillian H

Posted at 08:49am
I’m so sorry for your loss. Grief can be so hard in the first year, but what a great gift your memories are to help ease the sting you are feeling. This beautiful verse in Revelation (21:4) has always brought me comfort and I hope it does you too. With my deepest sympathy for the family and friends.

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