Wilda Berg

Wilda Louise Berg (McClung)

Sunday, April 19th, 1925 - Sunday, June 30th, 2019
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Obituary

Wilda Louise Berg, 94, of Jane Lew passed away on Sunday, June 30, 2019 at her daughter’s home following an extended illness. She was born on Elk Lick in Harrison County on April 19, 1925: daughter of the late Frank McClung and Icie Mae (Minter) McClung. On September 9, 1945, she married Henry Basil Berg, who preceded her in death on August 16, 1987.
Mrs. Berg is survived by her only child, Sharon Povroznik and husband Michael of Jane Lew, three grandchildren: Jessica Povroznik, Michael Povroznik, II and Julie Povroznik and one great grandchild: Logan. She is also survived by two sisters: Dorothy Stout of Lincoln, NE and Kathryn Ware on Oak Hill, FL and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and husband, Henry, Wilda was preceded in death by two sisters: Garnetta Kennedy and Mary Stout and two brothers: Harold McClung and Kenneth McClung.
Mrs. Berg worked at the Archie Ellis Photography Studio of Weston. She was also a clerk at several retail and drug stores in the Detroit, Michigan area. She attended Jane Lew High School and was a member of the Broad Run Baptist Church of Jane Lew, WV.
At Mrs. Berg’s request, her visitation and funeral services will be private with the interment in the Broad Run Church Cemetery of Jane Lew, WV. On-line condolences and life stories in memory of Wilda may be expressed at hardman-palettifuneralhome.com.
Hardman-Paletti Funeral Home of Weston is honored and privileged to serve the family of Wilda Louise Berg.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Location
    Private Visitation
    Address
    Weston,, WV
  • Service

    Location
    Private Funeral Services
    Address
    730 N. main avenue
    WESTON, WV
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    Officiant
    Pastor Bill Coffindaffer
  • Interment

    Location
    Broad Run Cemetery
    Address
    jane lew, WV 26378

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Alison Berg Barlow

Posted at 09:58am
Such fond memories of our childhood adventures, Boblo Island and many family reunions. Went thru a box of photo's while at Mom's this past weekend (and thanks to Bernice and Gerald Berg there are a plenty family reunion photos). Grandpa Gerald and his light meter, try to get the perfect shot as we were all sweaty and blinded by the sun...good times! We sure were lucky to have such loving family and family gatherings, I miss and cherish those days. So sorry for you loss, God's peace and prayers to you and your family.
Love, Alison Berg Barlow
MB

Mary Ellen Bragg

Posted at 07:49pm
Sorry for the death of your Mom, Sharon. You were always an attentive and loving daughter to her. Thoughts and prayers to you and all of your family in the days ahead
ES

Edsel Smith

Posted at 02:58pm
Wilda was a very special lady. I missed her greatly when she was not at church. We all knew her stance on any subject that came up and I appreciated that very much. I had a very special bond with Wilda that I will always hold in my heart. Edsel
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