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Ms. Kristina Jane Berry
August 18, 1952 ~ November 3, 2023 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Kristina Jane Berry was born to Jane Kirk and Emil Louis Klick, she was a beacon of love and light in their lives. She was a sister to Pat, Susan, and the late Thomas, sharing a bond of love and camaraderie that was truly special. She was a beloved niece and a cherished cousin, a part of a family that loved her dearly.
She was a devoted wife to Tommy Berry, and though their paths diverged, the love they shared brought forth two wonderful sons, Joshua and Timothy. As a mother, she was a pillar of strength, a source of wisdom, and a wellspring of unconditional love. Her sons were her pride and joy, and she did everything in her power to provide them with a life filled with love and happiness.
Her faith was the cornerstone of her life. She was a devout Christian who loved Jesus with all her heart. Her faith was unwavering, her devotion unyielding. She lived her life according to the teachings of Christ, and she instilled those values in her children. Her faith was her guiding light, and it shone brightly in everything she did.
She was a woman who did the best she could, and her best was more than enough. She was a woman who loved with all her heart, and her love was a gift that we will cherish forever. She was a woman of faith, and her faith was a testament to her strength and her spirit.
As we reflect on her life, let us remember her not with sadness, but with joy. Let us remember her laughter, her kindness, her love. Let us remember her faith, her strength, her spirit. Let us remember her as she was - a remarkable woman who touched our lives in countless ways.
In the words of the Bible, "Well done, good and faithful servant." She has fought the good fight, she has finished the race, she has kept the faith. Now, she rests in the arms of Jesus, her Savior, her Redeemer, her King.
May her soul rest in peace, and may her memory live on in our hearts forever.