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Carol M.
Berg

On August 21, 2018, accomplished Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Sister danced through the Gates of Heaven to be reunited with her husband Bruce, in eternal life. Carol was born December 12, 1933, to Ted & Frances Krawczyk of Milwaukee, WI.

In her younger years Carol worked as a legal secretary. She met Bruce Berg and they wed November 28, 1959. Carol stayed at home and took care of their two children, Mitchell and Stephanie. When the children were in high school, she decided to go back to work and obtained a job with an ophthalmologist.

Carol loved music and dance. She could often be found out on the dance floor or on her kitchen floor dancing to the rhythm of whatever music would be playing. She was able to pass on her love of music to her children.

Carol is survived and will be dearly missed by her children Mitchell (Brenda) Berg, and Stephanie Berg. Adoring “Gram Doo” to Tyler (Kristen) Berg, Dr. Jordan Berg, Maggie (Matt, fiancé) Berg, and their mother Anne. She greatly loved her two great grandchildren, Stellan and Loxley. Proud Step Grandmother to Erica (Jon) Berg, Tyler (Kayla) Felchle and her Step Great Grandchildren, Rylee and Reed Berg, Brooklynn, Berlynn and Braelynn Felchle. Loving sister to James (Thuy) Krawczyk. Further survived by many dear relatives and friends.

Visitation Monday, August 27 from 10:30 – 11:45 AM at ST. MARY CATHOLIC FAITH COMMUNITY, 9520 West Forest Home Ave. Mass of Christian Burial at 12 Noon. Private interment Mt. Olivet cemetery.

The Berg Family would like to thank all the staff at Kathy Hospice,West Bend, WI for all their loving care, support and kindness they provided to our mother, grandmother, and great grandmother during the time she was there. It was greatly appreciated, and in lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to the Kathy Hospice at 3232 Pleasant Valley Road, West Bend, WI 53095.

“To everything there is a season; a time to mourn and a time to dance”

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