Kenneth Paul Berry Jr.

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  • "Thanks Kenny for all the memories. Basketball with robbie,..."
    - Amanda Mudgett
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    - kenneth harmon
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    - Joey St. Hilaire
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Kenneth Paul
    Berry Jr., 41
     SOUTH HIRAM -- Kenneth Paul Berry Jr., 41, of New Settlement Road died on Jan. 10, 2008, after receiving injuries from a snowmobile accident near his home in Hiram.
     He was born in Portland on June 16, 1966, the son of Kenneth Sr. and Ruth Berry and was educated in local schools. He was self employed for many years and was a self taught computer programmer. Kenny was always known to have a big heart and to always be there for his family and friends. If someone needed a helping hand, all they had to do was call and he would be right there to do what he could.
     He loved to ride motorcycles, four wheeling, and snowmobiling. One of his favorite hobbies was flying radio controlled airplanes. He also had a great love for his dog.
     He is predeceased by his father, Kenneth P. Berry Sr. in 2005. Surviving are two boys like sons to him, Robbie Burbank and Billy Mhea; his mother, Ruth Johnson of Steep Falls; two sisters, Laura Verge and her husband Roger of Lyman, and Denise Metayer and her husband Guy of Lyman; nephews, Thomas Harmon of Buxton, Johnathan Harmon of Biddeford, Daniel and Nathan Metayer of Lyman, his niece Alexandria Metayer of Lyman; and several great-nephews and a great-niece.
     A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Jan. 19, at 2 p.m. at the Watson Funeral Home, 71 Maple St., Cornish. Pastor Robert Irish will officiate

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Published in Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram on Jan. 17, 2008
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