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David Winfield Berry ’51

Published in Oct. 9, 1991, issue

DAVE DIED March 19, 1991, of pancreatic and liver cancer. He lived in Wayne, NJ.

Few'51ers enjoyed Class gatherings more than he, a frequent and welcome participant.

Dave's career was with General Motors Acceptance Corporation as a special collections manager, responsible for supervising G.M.A.C.'s installment credit, collections, credit approvals, car dealer and customer relations, and litigation in New Jersey.

He was an active coach of Little League athletics - basketball, football and baseball and was an adjutant and trustee of Wayne's American Legion Post.

Dave majored in the School of Public and international Affairs, was a member of Court Club , and roomed with Bill Grady, Peter McKay, and Bill Waldron. He spent two years in the Army during the Korean War.

He is survived by his wife, Marjorie; sons David and Thomas; a daughter, Susan; and a grandchild. They have the Class's deep condolences,

We missed Dave at our 40th. He would have enjoyed it thoroughly.

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