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Thomas Berry

Thomas E. "Tom" Berry

Thursday, June 16th, 1955 - Monday, December 21st, 2020
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Thomas Berry of Pipersville Pennsylvania passed away suddenly on Monday December 21st at Doylestown hospital. Thomas was 65 years old, a loving father and husband that was married to his wife Suzanne for 45 years in November.

Tom has been in business for over 40 years as owner of T Berry Auto Transport. He made many friends that he would consider family along his time working in the business. The last 8 years he had become a full time caretaker to his wife, and his new friends and family became the community he surrounded himself with.
Tom spent his years enjoying jet skiing, cars, traveling with family to ocean city Maryland, and always being the life of the party.

His favorite hobby of all was being a grandparent. Tom will be missed by so many, but mostly his family. Thomas is survived by his 4 children, Colleen Ross (George), Megan Gillahan (Brian), Ronald (Heather) and Matthew Berry.

He is also survived by his grandchildren Christine Ingram, Scarlett and Aiden Berry, Ava and Elijah Ross, Savannah and Landon Gillahan. Some may say he has gone to be reunited with one of the loves of his life, his granddaughter Holly Berry Huynh.

A graveside service will be held at 11:30am on Wednesday December 30, 2020 at Doylestown Cemetery. Social distancing & masks will be required.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be sent to the Holly Huynh Berry River of Life Church Children’s Education Addition. Online donations are available at: Please choose the “LEGACY CAMPAIGN” option. Checks can also be sent to River of Life Church • 3434 Durham Rd. Doylestown, PA 18902. Please designate “LEGACY CAMPAIGN” in the memo or the Holly Berry Huynh Scholarship at the James a Michener art museum.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Wednesday December 30, 2020 | 11:30am
    Wednesday December 30, 2020 11:30am
  • Interment

    Doylestown Cemetery
    E. Court Street
    DOYLESTOWN, PA 18901
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Private Condolence

Allan Schlier

Posted at 11:24am
So sorry to hear about Tom. My prayers are with the whole Berry family.
Your neighbor, Al Schlier

Renee Blaker

Posted at 05:56pm
Our condolences to Sue and family; with love
Renée and Howard Blaker and Rocky

Ginny Ridgeway Posted at 10:14am

Aside from my family, Tom was the most tenderhearted man I have ever met! He had a warm ,generous spirit that he shared with everyone without question. His love was unconditional to all and his love for his family was unmeasurable! He took an interest in those around him and actively looked for ways to be helpful . He rarely asked for anything, at least not for himself, and never gave wihile looking for a return... I can hear him saying as always,"What do you need?"! He was a saint among men and will be missed by countless people that were blessed to make his acquaintance. And I also believe there is great rejoicing now by just as many at Tom's Homecoming! For as it is written in Psalm 116:15,"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints". There will be a day of happy reunion and I believe Tom will be there with a hand outstretched to help welcome his loved ones home.

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