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OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP PARISH
Viewing... 2:00 3:00 p.m.
Service 3:00 p.m.
Interment at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cemetery
Tuesday, October 25, 1988
Estate Elizabeth, St. Thomas, V.I.
Flo our beloved Ken
1:cn, outr lovel, likely I ou ited child
LUu E re, L UI rl beloved bon
}ou mill be milib um almaIw
Cona past Ulif lime wllen our tars hlaue dried
Le aill remember your sweetlleII ...
,hajl special swuectneb- o"f iril to apparent
.from tltIe jo ful e nnil of gour birth ...
le will remlnetnbetr our rou.ly-lender waps
mald gour toung brotlEr, IKurt,
ie will reineln ei Sour biollheilo coi1aiaderie
j lmard goIur older silter, T.o.il. ne .
LOc Will temilebeI g uIt eIrtledl LIlung Iace,
iti ea ir prlonlige Ithat wlen gou rathe io be a mall
ULIL would l~ke from your [ale ;l' 1shollde.s
jlle burdens or running his busineab...
Wme will remember lle tame young assurances In
Soui invllier tou would nnt log in LuUT dulies
lAnd it Wav always Ilub., From tle IPery line
1ou could eland. and understand ...
:en, lyou will be mtail usalfmaiLe -
N o i licer l[ow long the ileari killed
No llinc? in Iti life Bmill dull our inemoriei of Uou
":en, Sou mete, lou are, our riti beloved son.
iliom and .Dad
Richard and Lorraine Berry
Esther Ledee, Ursula Bryan and Celeste Brin
Normil Berry, Sr., Winston Ledee, Gregory Ledee
and Simon Ledee
Many Cousins and other Relatives and Friends
Kelly Bryan / Gregory Ledee / Simon Ledee
Winston Ledee / Brett Querrard / Shawn Querrard
Normil Berry, Sr. / Normil Berry, Jr. / Raymond Bryan
AlV.:i l Br,, \, l L l ace bi. D Loui dee,
Victor Bryan / Randolph LaPlace / Louis Ledee
IN TRIBUTE ..
The sophomore cla
regrets the loss of ou
never be anybody who
We, the Brain Wave
have been devastated
player and good friend
competitive spirit alnd
t', ,..t,... ,,,.i III......i I,
S e will always love You.
Sts. Peter & Paul High School
es of Sts. Peter & Paul High School,
, K en Berry. 11 ...... i ......I I. he
his talents will surely be missed at
The Brain Waves
. ...... .. .. ,
Jo Stein and Pat Marek, Coaches
KEN STEVEN BERRY
August 10, 1973 October 20, 1988
Ken Steven Berry was born on August 10, 1973 in St.
Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, the second child of Richard
and Lorraine Berry.
He attended All Saints School from pre-kindergarten
through the fifth grade, from there continuing at Sts.
Peter and Paul Cathedral School. At the time of his sudden
passing, he was a sophomore and a member of the school's
quiz bowl team, "The Brain Waves." So diligent, so bright,
so competitive a student was he that he qualified to be on
the team as a ninth grader, a year earlier than usual.
His teachers report that he was not a person who had to be
prodded to observe the rules of any game or enterprise of
which he was a part. In fact, this aspect of his personality is
confirmed by his cub scout den mother as being evident even
in those tender years. At that time, in her observation, Ken
eagerly and willingly followed the Cub Scout manual, step by
step, in order to earn the requisite badges.
It was this natural bent of mind, combined with inordinate
curiosity and interest in the world about him, plus a spirit of
competition, that made him such an outstanding student and
member of "The Brain Waves."
His range of interests was not limited to intellectual attain-
ments. He loved sports spearfishing, boating, rugby, foot-
ball skirmishes, baseball and hockey. He was an enthusiastic
fan of the Montreal Expos and was rooting for Oakland in
the World Series.
Ken's academic achievements and his hobbies were only
part of his pursuits. He enjoyed working during the summer
months in the field of refrigeration and air conditioning, his
father's business, and had planned to pursue it as a career.
In short, Ken enjoyed life and for this reason many people
were drawn to him. As indicated in an article in St. Thomas'
leading periodical, many of his peers and teachers stepped
forward to attest to the fine qualities that made Ken Steven
Berry a very, very, special person.
r(Obr of Truirr
Hymns during Viewing
Solo -Zion 's Hill ... Luther Milliner
Reverend George Franklin
Deacon ... William H. Kenny
Acolyte ... Pierre Berry
Organist ... Elton A. Chongasing
. Reverend George Franklin
............ He Lives
Greetings . .
Processional Hymn ....
First Reading Book of W
R-osponsorial Psalm ....
Second Reading -2 Cor. 5
Gospel Reading John 17
Gift Bearers .........
Liturgy of the Eucharist
The Great Amen
The Our Father
Signl of Peace
C0111111Lnnin Hymn .
Saxophone Solo 4' ~
Eulogy .. .. .
Recessional Hvmn ..
om 4:7-14 .............. Roxanne Berry
... Out of the depths I cry to you, 0 Lord
6-10 ................... Gina Querrard
-26 ............ Deacon William H. Kenny
............. Reverend George Franklin
........ ...... Gene Brin, Kelly Bryan,
Nathan Francis and Shawn Querrard
... Eva Bryan, Sandy Bryan and Beverly Kalloo
..................... No, Never Alone
.. .. 1, I
... Brett Querrard
aints Go Marching In
HYMNS AT THE GRAVESIDE
Be Not Afraid / I 1. '.. ,'-, 4 .'..
What a Friend We Have In Jesus
............. When the S