Mary Sue Berg
June 6, 1935  -  January 2, 2019

Mary Sue Berg

Emken-Linton Funeral Home
5100 Emmett F. Lowry Exp
Texas City, TX  77591
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
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Memorial Service
Emken-Linton Funeral Home
5100 Emmett F. Lowry Exp
Texas CIty, TX  77591
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
11:00 a.m.
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The Moore Memorial Public Library
1701 9th Ave N
Texas City, TX  77590
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Mary Sue Berg, 83, of Texas City, passed away January 2. 2018 at Mainland Medical Center in Texas City, Texas.

Memorial services will be held 11:00 a.m., January 8, 2019 with a visitation from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m., at Emken-Linton Funeral Home in Texas City.

Mary Berg was born June 6, 1935 in Bastrop, Louisiana. She was a Registered Nurse.

She is preceded in death by mother, Mildred Marguerite Wilson Bourge and father, Oren Jerry Murphy and son, James Michael Berg.

Survivors include loving Husband of 62 years, George R. Berg, Sr., sons, Ronald Paul Berg (Dianne); David Mark Berg (JimmieGale) and George R. Berg, Jr., grandchildren, Gregory Berg, Jennifer Adams, Rebecca "Becky" Faulk, Amanda Anderson, Brian Berg, Lori "Nikki" Berg, numerous great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Moore Memorial Library in Texas City.

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  1. Carolyn Todd Taylor
    Cabool, MO

    My sincere condolences go out to this wonderful family. My grandson Brian Berg loved his Grandma Sue to the moon and back and Paul I grieve along with you with the loss of this wonderful woman. My prayers are with each and everyone during these troubled days ahead . May you somehow find comfort and try to smile and every day in remembrance of Sue.

  2. Amanda Anderson
    Dripping Springs, TX

    Peace be with my PawPaw and my Dad, David and his brothers and family during this time. My MeeMaw was a pretty special lady. I can still remember her sitting at her coffee table when I was a small girl, she was studying all her nursing books. Meemaw was an opinionated lady, and many of her opinions were just the way it was sometimes and a lot of times they were right. I never made her any promises I didn’t keep. I did what I could in the time I had and wasn’t a perfect granddaughter. I’m so sad for any hurt I caused in her special heart but I sure felt like we made peace with each other a few years ago...apparently she didn’t see it that way. But I sure hope she knew she was loved by me and I know that when we say and visited in August, that we talked about our memories at “the country” and driving the twisty, windy roads that led to it. Time is precious and I do wish I had made the time to visit with her and hug her neck in December when I was close to her area...but sometimes life happens and we all have to face our own demons and deal with the consequences- mine is not getting to be there to say goodbye with my family on Tuesday as punishment. I’ve lived my whole life being punished for bad decisions but I want my family to know I loved that woman dearly. She was my Mee-Maw too!

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