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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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A welcoming enthusiastic V-8 Packardman. He was always willing to help others. He was never found short promoting packardinfo.com and the Packard marque. He'll be missed.

http://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/mod ... yalbum/photo.php?lid=2042

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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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From The Motor City, Baby!
Posts: 173
This is very sad news indeed. I only knew Randy through his posts here on PackardInfo.com, but it was easy to tell that he was someone that you'd really enjoy having a beer (or other beverage of choice) with. Full of knowledge, and so cheerfully ready to share it with others, and a gentle humor. I will miss him and his posts. Godspeed, Randy, and my deepest sympathies to your family and friends.

Posted on: 7/5 9:01:09
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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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Wow! a double-dose of unwelcome news. I hadn't known Ole Book was no longer with us until I read this about Randy Berger. Two of the best gone from the family.

jack vines

Posted on: 7/5 9:03:07
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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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A definite BUMMER! Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 7/5 9:35:28
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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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Update on Randy obituary note photo section of ob
https://ottfuneralhome.com/book-of-mem ... erger-Malcolm-R/index.php

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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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From Packardia
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...I visited him a couple of days ago asked me to post on Packardinfo his passing...


Al (acolds), thank you for fulfilling Randy's desire. To know, that he had us in mind is deeply moving.
Thank you for 12 good years at PackardInfo, your sense of humor and your Christmas cards. Godspeed Randy Berger!


Posted on: 7/6 13:17:44
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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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2006/4/17 11:22
From North Aurora, IL
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Very sad news indeed. Randy has been with the website since the very beginning and I meet him online at AACA before then. I only had the pleasure of his company one time when we were both at the Packard Museum show in Warren many moons ago. God speed my friend. Hopefully he is conducting his model trains in a better place.

Posted on: 7/6 15:05:46
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"Although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new end."
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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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From Portland Oregon
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So sad to hear of his passing. He was so helpful and when I first got my Packard in the 2000, he was very encouraging on another message board. He explained to me how the locking torque converter worked on my '55. He was a gentlemen and the knowledge he had on Packards was immense. I always got a kick out his love of trains. A kind soul.

Tough loss for the packardinfo crowd. Very active.

I found a picture he sent to me in an email way back in October of 2000.

RIP

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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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From Vancouver, WA
Posts: 631
Just one more reason to skip the rest of year 2020 and go straight to 2021. Depressing news.

Posted on: 7/7 8:18:04
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Re: Randy Malcom Berger
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2007/3/14 16:01
From New Jersey
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Thinking back on our very recent loss of both Ole Book and Randy Berger, I came across this photo taken on the Henry Joy III Tour as we lined up for our laps at Watkins Glen racetrack. A wonderful tour, great friends! Photo by this writer.

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