George Berry

George R. Berry

Tuesday, October 31st, 1950 - Sunday, January 10th, 2021
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George R. Berry, 70, of McCamey, passed away on Sunday, January 10, 2021, at the Midland Memorial Hospital.

George was born on October 31, 1950, in Overton, Texas. He married Fannie Mae Trumble on June 26, 1971, in McCamey. She preceded him in death on October 26, 2006.

George retired with 45 plus years working in the Permian Basin oilfield.
He served as president of the McCamey Hospital Board for many years. George never met a stranger and was a very giving person. He was a member of the East Side Baptist Church.

George was the last surviving member of his family. He was preceded in death by his parents, William E. (Red) Berry and Betty Berry; his siblings, Jackie Palmer, Bill Berry Jr., Charles Berry, Nancy Kennedy, and Valta Shirley.

George is survived by his stepson, Rodney Trumble and his wife Kim Joffrion; step granddaughter, Paige Joffrion; step grandson, Clay Trumble and family; along with numerous nieces and nephews.

No services are planned at this time due to the Covid-19. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Shaffer-Nichols Funeral Home.
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Kim joffrion

Posted at 04:16pm
To all George's friends. He was interred in the Crane Cemetery in the Trumble family plot next to his love Fannie Mae.

Les McLaughlin

Posted at 04:15pm
George Berry may have been the last of a very good and kind person, from another era. He never met a stranger, Always had time to help someone that needed help, or whom just wanted to talk. George always had a smile on his face and grin in his heart. He also was one of the Best Santa Claus helper of all time. He especially enjoyed seeing the young ones eyes light up. Almost as much as his. A great friend to all and he will be missed.
Leslie McLaughlin

Rodney Trumble Posted at 10:14pm

Les you could not have been more spot on about George. I apologize for not calling you I looked thru his phone and did not see any contact for you so sorry for that. He always enjoyed going to the deer lease of yours even without a gun. He really did love you and your wife. Thanks so much for the remembrance. Rodney Trumble stepson and son of the love of his life Fannie Mae.

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