In Loving Memory of Steve W. Berg
July 08, 1955 – May 21, 2021
Steve W. Berg born July 08, 1955 in Kewanee, Illinois to Robert C. Berg and Frankie O. Berg went to be with his family and friends on May 21, 2021 at the age of 65. Steve met his wife Robbie in the fall of 1971 and they were married on January 18, 1975. They had a lot of wonderful adventures through the years.
Steve was a very modest man who made long lasting friends where ever he worked and lived. He believed in being on time and doing his very best every day. He took great pride in his work. Steve’s outgoing personality showed constantly, and he never hesitated to go above and beyond for someone in need. He had a way of making you smile even when you were having a bad day. He lived life to the fullest, loved unconditionally, and his special bond he had with family was very important to him.
Steve also had a megawatt smile and a very quick wit. He loved spending time with family and friends on the lake, camping, traveling, and motorcycle rides. He had great knowledge, information, and skills that he acquired through life experiences that enabled him to accomplish so much during his life time.
Steve was preceded in death by his parents Robert and Frankie Berg, in-laws Jerry and Doris Schuetz whom he loved and adored, grandparents Tony and Gladys Buell, Uncles Tony J. Buell and Loyal Buell, Aunts Faye Buell Mims, Lola Mae Buell, and Pat Buell. He is survived by his wife Robbie M. Berg; siblings, Connie Pipkins (Matt Hand) of Liberty, Texas; Larry Berg (Gwen) of Dayton, Texas, Roberta Lanier of Conroe, Texas, Robert L. Berg of San Antonio, Texas, Sylvia Eichenour (Danny) of Spring, Texas; sister in law, Mary Olson (Bob) of Corpus Christi, Texas; brother in law, Jerry Schuetz Jr. (Beverly) of Jourdanton, Texas; Uncle Buddy Buell of San Antonio, Texas; Aunt Marty Buell of Boerne, Texas, cousins, nieces and nephews.
The family would like to extend their gratitude and love to cousins Jan and Joe and friends for all their kindness and support to the family during this time.
Steve will be greatly missed by his wife, family, friends and coworkers. Our love for him will forever be in our hearts. We will never get over his absence; we will get through it. We love you Steve!
In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations may be made to one of the following c harities: American Red Cross-SA Area Chapter (101), Comal-Bulverde Senior Center, or Comal-Crisis Center of Comal County.