Berle Leroy

Berle Leroy Siddens Jr 1944 2018

Life Story for Berle Siddens Jr. Berle Leroy Siddens, Jr., 73, of Warren passed on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at Briarfield at Ashley Place in Youngstown. He was born on August 3, 1944 in Creston, Iowa, the son of Berle Siddens, Sr. and Dorothy Smith Little. On October 11, 1961, Berle and Charlotte Collins were united in marriage. He served honorably in the United States Navy from 1961- 1967 and 1978 – 1982. He served on the USS Forrestal. Berle had been employed with the Ravenna Arsenal from 1968 to 1993 until the deactivation of the facility. He then drove semi-truck until his retirement in 2005. Berle volunteered with the Craig Beach Volunteer Fire Department beginning in 1970. He served as Captain for two years and as Assistant Chief for one year, leaving the department in 1977. Berle will be deeply missed and remembered with love by his family, his children, David Siddens of Lake Milton, Catherine (Tim) Chapman, Daniel (Erica) Siddens, James (Vickie) Siddens all of Newton Falls, John (Janny) Siddens of Texas, Cheryl (Bill) Cranston of Howland and Nancy (Mike) Howard of Canfield; his 21 grandchildren, his 14 great grandchildren with three more due in June; his sisters, Kathline Little of Niles, Sherry (Smith) Drenski and his many nieces and nephews who call him “Uncle Bubba”. Preceding Berle were his wife, Charlotte; his daughter, Theresa Marie; his parents; his step-father, Jessie Little and his brothers, Bill Siddens, Walt Siddens and Paul Little. Interment will be in the Vaughn Cemetery in Lake Milton where military honors will be conducted by the Newton Falls Veterans Honor Guard. Order Flowers Berle Leroy Siddens Jr. 1944 – 2018 Click above to light a memorial candle. Plant a Tree In Memory of Your Loved One Click Here Menu Family Log-In Click Here Subscribe to Updates Click Here Life Story for Berle Siddens Jr. Berle Leroy Siddens, Jr., 73, of Warren passed on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at Briarfield at Ashley Place in Youngstown. He was born on August 3, 1944 in Creston, Iowa, the son of Berle Siddens, Sr. and Dorothy Smith Little. On October 11, 1961, Berle and Charlotte Collins were united in marriage. He served honorably in the United States Navy from 1961- 1967 and 1978 – 1982. He served on the USS Forrestal. Berle had been employed with the Ravenna Arsenal from 1968 to 1993 until the deactivation of the facility. He then drove semi-truck until his retirement in 2005. Berle volunteered with the Craig Beach Volunteer Fire Department beginning in 1970. He served as Captain for two years and as Assistant Chief for one year, leaving the department in 1977. Berle will be deeply missed and remembered with love by his family, his children, David Siddens of Lake Milton, Catherine (Tim) Chapman, Daniel (Erica) Siddens, James (Vickie) Siddens all of Newton Falls, John (Janny) Siddens of Texas, Cheryl (Bill) Cranston of Howland and Nancy (Mike) Howard of Canfield; his 21 grandchildren, his 14 great grandchildren with three more due in June; his sisters, Kathline Little of Niles, Sherry (Smith) Drenski and his many nieces and nephews who call him “Uncle Bubba”. Preceding Berle were his wife, Charlotte; his daughter, Theresa Marie; his parents; his step-father, Jessie Little and his brothers, Bill Siddens, Walt Siddens and Paul Little. Interment will be in the Vaughn Cemetery in Lake Milton where military honors will be conducted by the Newton Falls Veterans Honor Guard. Order Flowers Printable Share on Facebook

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