Louisa Anna “Louise” Berry

October 29, 1927 - October 7, 2017

10/29/1927 - 10/07/2017

Past Services

Friday October 13, 2017
11:00 am
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church
Moundsville, WV

Louisa Anna “Louise” Berry, 89, of Moundsville, was called to our Lord, Jesus Christ, Saturday, October 7, 2017 at the Moundview Health Care Center, Moundsville.
She was born October 29, 1927 in Glen Dale, WV, a daughter of the late Ludwig and rose Brednick Rakoskie.
A life long resident of Glen Dale and Moundsville, Louise was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church.
She loved all her family and friends, and enjoyed the daily word search from the local newspaper.
Louise was a HUGE Steeler fan and loved to watch golf on TV as well. She also enjoyed working in her garden and yard and loved to crochet afghans for her family and friends.
Louise was retired from Marx Toys and Reynolds Memorial Hospital. She will be remembered as a very kind, gentle and loving soul.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Chester Berry, four brothers; John, Chester, Carl and Tony Rakoskie, two sisters; Helen Vargo and Betty Lewis and her fur baby niece, Sara.
Louise is survived by her sister, Joann Groogan, of Nashville, TN, sister in law, Inez Rakoskie of Glen Dale and 18 nieces and nephews.
Friends are invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial on Friday, October 13, 2017 at 11:00 am at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 912-7th St., Moundsville, WV.
Arrangements by the Altmeyer Funeral Home, 118 Grand Ave., Moundsville, WV

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Jay Knapp
6 years ago

To the family of “Aunt Louise” Berry,
My thoughts and sympathy go out to all of you.

Milton Campbell
6 years ago

Sorry for your loss. May the family find comfort through prayer to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. He is the hearer of prayer and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all of our trials.

Douglas Gonzales
6 years ago

Enjoyed knowing Louise, always such a positive, kind person, and her sister Betty who my family considered our favorite neighbor, Betty would do anything for you, or help you out any way she could, even if she was mad at you. That was a very important lesson on how to live your life for me. Those two ladies were a pleasure to know