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ABRAHAM L BERG -- OBITUARY

 
Abraham L. Berg, 75, of 156 Maple Street, Bangor, died unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon. Born in Russia on May 25, 1894, he was the son of Hyman and Dora Berg. Mr. Berg was a veteran of World War I. He was a member of the Bangor Post 507, Jewish War Veterans, the American Legion, the Bínai Bírith, the Jewish Community Council, the Zionist Organization of America, and the Beth Abraham Synagogue. He was the founder and former owner of the Family Shoe Store in Bangor. He retired in 1964. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Lena (Siegel) Berg of Bangor, one son, Dr. Howard Berg of Bangor; one daughter, Mrs. Morris Bassman of Des Moines, Iowa; two brothers, Arthur Berg and Clarence Berg, both of Bangor; one sister, Mrs. James Segol of Medford, Mass.; six grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Thank you to Beth Abraham Cemetery Assn for the information
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Related organizations:   Bangor Post 507, Jewish War Veterans;   American Legion;   B'nai B'rith;   Jewish Community Council;   Zionist Organization of America;   Beth Abraham Synagogue;  Family Shoe Store;
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