Alexander W. Berry Jr., 78, of Ambridge, PA, went to be with the LORD, on Monday February 20, 2023, at Good Samaritan Hospice, Beaver. Better known as Spike, he was born July 23, 1944, to the late Alexander and Hattie Berry. Spike retired with 28 years of service, from the Ambridge Borough of Public Works. The retired life was not for him, so he went to work at The Sewickley Academy, retiring with 11 years of service. Spike enjoyed football, golf, classic television, cutting grass, and all things Motown. He was known for many things, but mostly for being a good person. In addition to his parents, Spike was preceded in death by his sister, Barbara Berry Harrison and grandson, Issac Cross. Surviving is his wife of 38 years, Rose Claudette Berry, five brothers, David, Michael, Brian, Anthony and William “Joe”, seven sisters, June, Beverly, Maxine Linda, Sheila, Eartha, and Marpessa. His children, Andre (Barbara) Williams, Penn Hills, Alexander “Bubby” Berry, Ambridge, Sheila Berry, Ambridge, Anthony (Ann) Berry, New Britain, CT, Tracy Berry, Bellevue, Melinda Stevenson, New Brighton, and Lisa Stevenson, Ambridge, eight granddaughters, Rosaria, Syanna, Troi “Shelle”, Neah, Brittany, Abigail, Ashley, and Michelle, five grandsons, Justin, Troy, Ethan, Christian and Christopher (Amanda), five great-granddaughters, Mila, Kamryn, Bella, Brielle and Xianne, six great-grandsons, Elias, Josiah, Zion, Gabriel, Kaiden and Anthony, and a host of family and friends. Family and friends will be received Wednesday March 1, 2023 from 10am- 12pm, at New Hope Community Church, Ambridge, where a service will follow. Interment will follow at Woodlawn Cemetery, Aliquippa. The family would like to give a special thank you to the Critical Care Unit and Good Samaritan Hospice, at Heritage Valley, Beaver. BOHN-MATICH FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICES, INC., 1099 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge, is in charge of arrangements.
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