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JAMES BERILLA
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In memory of
JAMES BERILLA
73, of Brookpark, Ohio, passed away on Wednesday, June 26th, 2019. He was born to Andrew and Cecelia (Smetanka) Berilla on September 11, 1945 in Cleveland, Ohio. He is survived by his sister Rita Calkins and brother Rick; nieces Bernadette Hackett, Teresa Fee, Rochelle Cartwright and the late Kathryn Alioto. Great nephews, Michael Alioto and Connor Fee. Great nieces; Mikayla Alioto, Livia Cartwright and Hannah Fee. In 1964 he graduated from St. John Cantius High School, he served in the U.S. Naval Reserves and later became a successful D.J. in Pittsburgh, P.A. Twenty-six years ago he became the proud owner of one of Cleveland Ohio's popular landmarks: "Tradin Post Train Shop" where he successfully made many friends, fixed old and broken trains, made us all feel accepted with that twinkle in his eye, jovial laugh, warm smile and happy heart. We love you Brother, Uncle and Friend. You've left a hole in our hearts when you went away. A friend to all, we will always miss you. Please send donations to The Wounded Warrior Project Wounded Warrior Project - Donate https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org
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In memory of
JAMES BERILLA
73, of Brookpark, Ohio, passed away on Wednesday, June 26th, 2019. He was born to Andrew and Cecelia (Smetanka) Berilla on September 11, 1945 in Cleveland, Ohio. He is survived by his sister Rita Calkins and brother Rick; nieces Bernadette Hackett, Teresa Fee, Rochelle Cartwright and the late Kathryn Alioto. Great nephews, Michael Alioto and Connor Fee. Great nieces; Mikayla Alioto, Livia Cartwright and Hannah Fee. In 1964 he graduated from St. John Cantius High School, he served in the U.S. Naval Reserves and later became a successful D.J. in Pittsburgh, P.A. Twenty-six years ago he became the proud owner of one of Cleveland Ohio's popular landmarks: "Tradin Post Train Shop" where he successfully made many friends, fixed old and broken trains, made us all feel accepted with that twinkle in his eye, jovial laugh, warm smile and happy heart. We love you Brother, Uncle and Friend. You've left a hole in our hearts when you went away. A friend to all, we will always miss you. Please send donations to The Wounded Warrior Project Wounded Warrior Project - Donate https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org
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