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Donald Berrier

Donald Berrier, 89, of Bartonville, IL, passed away 4:45 AM on Thursday, February 6, 2020 at Unity Point Health Methodist.

Family and Friends gathering may take place at a later date. Memorials can be made to the Peoria Humane Society or the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. Endsley-Sedgwick Funeral Home in Bartonville, IL is in charge of arrangements.



  • Jeff and Donnah

    Reply February 7, 2020 1:53 pm

    So deeply sorry to hear of Don’s passing . We will miss the wonderful sharing of Don and Marilyn’s stories of Timberlake and flying. A magical life together .

  • Clayton & Mary Bontz

    Reply February 7, 2020 8:31 pm

    Just want to express our sympathy. Don was a pleasant guy and an interesting person to visit with. Hope to visit with you Marilyn one day soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Marryette & Gene Gold

    Reply February 8, 2020 7:44 am

    So sorry to here of. Don’s passing We will always remember the great times together back in days of JC’s and working together

  • Patty Klise

    Reply February 8, 2020 2:37 pm

    So sorry to hear of Don’s death. My husband and I so enjoyed the flying experiences with Don and hearing of his own flying knowledge which was passed on to many in the Bradley Flying Association.May he rest in peace. You have my prayers and sympathy. Patty Klise

  • Dennis Morton

    Reply February 9, 2020 7:37 am

    Marilyn, just heard from Terry Kelly about Don and you have our deepest sympathy. When I was 15 yrs old looking through the chain link fence at Sheaffer Pens airplanes, Don said, ” You want to touch them? Ya, You can wax the whole damn fleet !” And I did! He was such a positive influence on my flying career as well as my son Matt. He was our example of how a pilot should have common sense, good judgment. and have fun in flying safely. I will always miss him! Dennis & Matt

  • Michael & Peg Harms

    Reply February 11, 2020 8:13 am

    Our hearts are heavy thinking of the loss of Don. He was a good friend and mentor. I learned more about flying from him than any other instructor. I’ll miss the times of sitting around laughing and telling stories. He will be missed.

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