Berry, Cleve – Obituary

Wallowa, Oregon

Cleve L. Berry, 71, of Pendleton, died July 30, 2005. Funeral services will he held Aug. 5 at 11 a.m. at the Wallowa Cemetary. A full obituary will be published at a later date.

Wallowa County Chieftain – Thursday, August 04, 2005


Cleve Lee Berry, 71, of Pendleton, died of cancer July 30, 2005.

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A graveside funeral service was held at 11 a.m., Aug. 5, at the Wallowa Cemetery.

Mr. Berry was born May 30, 1934, at Wallowa, to Charles and Ione Berry. He attended Wallowa High School and later was employed by B.W. James Logging Company.

He and his family moved from Joseph to Brookings where they lived from 1956 until 1975. He worked at South Coast Lumber Company for a time before joining the Brookings Police Department. He worked as a city patrolman for more than five years. From 1964 to 1969, he was employed as a Curry County Deputy Sheriff under Sheriff Allen Boice.

He worked as a security guard, a livestock broker, trapper, commercial fisherman, a school bus driver, a co-owner/operater of Our Place Pizza Parlor at Harbor and a Curry County brand inspector.

He was a member and officer with the Pelican Bay Archery Club in Brookings during the 1950s and 60s and was a member of Brookings Elks Lodge while serving in law enforcement. He was an avid supporter of the National Rifle Association and the Trappers Association.

As an active outdoorsman he rode horseback, camped and went sightseeing in the high Wallowa Mountain lakes and thoughout the Eagle Cap wilderness. He fished and hunted big game with his family in Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.

Survivors include his wife, Dolores Berry, of Pendleton; sister, Charlene Hauser of Ontario; brothers, Earl Berry in Wyoming, and Duane Berry of Imbler; his former wife, Lita Inman; his children, sons Edward Lee Berry and Daniel Cleve Berry and wife, Tena, all of Brookings; stepchildren, Debbie Harris and husband, Stuart, and David Kerr, all of Pendleton, and Dawn Countryman and husband, Bob, in Kansas; grandchildren, Shannon Berry, Jessica Sargent, Tasha Berry, Katie Harris, Anna Harris, Mary Harris, Jarett Countryman, Chase Countryman, and RJ Countryman.

Wallowa County Chieftain, Thursday, August 18, 2005


Cleve Lee Berry, 71, of Pendleton and formerly of Wallowa, died July 30 after a long illness. Burial was at the Wallowa Cemetery.

Mr. Berry was born May 30, 1934, to Charles and Ione Berry in Wallowa. He attended Wallowa High School and worked for the B.W. James Logging Company. The family moved from Joseph to Brookings where they lived from 1956 to 1975. He worked at South Coast Lumber Company for a time before joining the Brookings Police Department. He worked as a city patrolman for five years, and from 1964 to 1969 he was a deputy sheriff for Curry County. He married Lita Inman and was later divorced.

At different times he worked as a professional security guard, a livestock broker, a professional trapper, a commercial fisherman, a school bus driver, co-owner of Our Place Pizza Parlor at Harbor and a Curry County brand inspector.

He was a member of the Pelican Bay Archery Club, the Elks, the National Rifle Association and the Trappers Association. He was an active outdoorsman, and enjoyed riding, camping, sightseeing in the Wallowa Mountain lakes and the Eagle Cap wilderness, fishing and hunting big game with his family in Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.

Survivors include his wife, Dolores Berry, of Pendleton; siblings, Charlene Hauser of Ontario, Earl Berry of Wyoming, and Duane Berry of Imbler; children and their spouses, Edward Lee Berry and Daniel and Tena Berry, all of Brookings; stepchildren and their spouses, Debbie and Stuart Harris, and David Kerr, all of Pendleton, and Dawn and Bob Countryman of Kansas; and nine grandchildren.

La Grande Observer, Obituaries for the week ending Aug. 13, 2005 – Published: August 9, 2005


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White, Judy Wallis. Wallowa County Oregon Obituaries. AccessGenealogy. © 1999-2016, all rights reserved.

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