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Timothy Berberich


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Posted Online: Feb. 09, 2013, 8:11 pm
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Timothy M. Berberich, 47, of Davenport, passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013, in Moline.
Memorial services will be at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Gloria Dei Presbyterian, Rock Island.
Born on July 15, 1965, to Vivian and Robert Berberich, he was a longtime Rock Island resident. Tim was a ham radio operator and enjoyed working with electronics. He was happiest in the company of his pets, family and friends. Tim loved spending time with his nieces, nephews and grandkids as they grew.
Tim leaves behind a sister, Marion (Ken) Mackey; brothers, Robert (Cheri) Berberich, Ken Berberich, Jerry (Carrie) Reed; nieces, Lisa, Jami (Jerrod), Tracey, Katie; nephew, Robert (Ellen); loving kids, Perry, Vikki, Sharon (Mike); special grandkids, Leean, Levi, Cadyn, Morgan; and many more family and friends.
Tim was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Gary.
Memorials can be made to the family to help with expenses.














 



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