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Raymond Berry, Sr

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Mr. Raymond Berry, Sr., age 76, of Litchfield Park, Arizona died July 29, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona. He was born September 13, 1945 in Phoenix, Arizona to Robert Clyde and Margaret Berry.

Raymond was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. He attended Carl Hayden High School and pursued a career as an Ironworker. Raymond always wanted to be his own boss and started Berrcor Engineering in 1981, which he worked and built into a successful company. Raymond and Suellen were married for 49 years and he always worked hard to care for his family and to provide all that he could for them. His grandchildren were the light of his life. He loved teasing them and making them laugh. Raymond loved boats, cars, and going fast. He spent many days at the lake, water skiing and cruising in his various boats. Raymond loved taking his car collection to car shows, spending time with friends and sharing stories. Raymond was such a fun-loving guy who was loved by so many. His jokes, laugh, and talks will be greatly missed.

Raymond is survived by his wife of 49 years, Suellen, daughter Ashleigh (Chris) Gudgeon, son Raymond (Dede) Berry, Jr., and sister Sandra Dudo. He is also survived by six grandchildren, Adam, Amber, and Sami Berry, and Connor, Aubrey, and Hunter Gudgeon, and one great-grandson, Tucker Smith.

A celebration of life will be held from 11am to 4pm on Sunday, September 11, 2022 at the Martin Auto Museum, 4320 W. Thunderbird Road, Glendale, Arizona 85306.

2 Comments on “Raymond Berry, Sr

  1. Dear Sue Ellen and Family
    I am very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for you and your family.

    Sincerely
    Mary Brandon

  2. Raymond you will truly be missed by Michael and I .. 17 years of nothing but memorable experiences, laughs, hugs , boating outings , cook outs, car shows
    And all your hysterical storytelling.. The sweet and generous heart will always be in memory . When it got too hot on the water, you and I sat and talked for hours as you would tell me stories about my husband .. You would tell me go get your pretty little self inside now for a nap and will see you at dinner.
    Raymond your love for your family was endless . You will always carry a legacy of memories. Michael will forever miss your 45 plus years of experiences and friendship .. our love and condolences goes out to Sue Ellen and your family
    Love always, Michael & Laura Brandon

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