Arthur Ross Berger

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FORT WORTH — Arthur Ross Berger, 87, died on Sunday, July 31, 2016.
Memorial service: 2:30 p.m., Monday, August 8, at First United Methodist Church, 800 West 5th St., Fort Worth, Texas 76102, with reception to follow at the church.
Mr. Berger was born to Helen Hersh Berger and Ted Berger in Cleveland, Ohio, and at an early age moved to Dallas. He graduated from Highland Park High School and then from Southern Methodist University, where he studied mathematics. He was awarded master’s degrees in both mathematics and mathematical statistics at the University of Illinois. While pursuing his doctorate degree, he was recruited by Arthur Andersen & Co. to organize and form the company’s Management Consulting Division, in which he served as a partner in the Chicago, Ill., Oklahoma City, Okla. and Washington, D.C. offices from 1957 to 1975. He later served as the CFO and a member of the Board of Directors for several large companies involved in a wide range of local and national industries and governmental services.
“Art” enjoyed many years in his independent consulting and C.P.A. practices. He was always intrigued and successful in designing and implementing hundreds of computerized systems for clients, large and small. From his thorough work as a forensic accountant in court cases, he was dubbed by many firms as “Settlement Art.” Cases settled quickly when he was named as the expert.
Art loved his community and enjoyed serving on civic boards, youth organizations and local political groups. He was ready to pitch in and help wherever needed. He enjoyed raquetball, handball, golfing, tennis, history, opera and all kinds of music-particularly the Boston Pops. His smile, friendship and love of life will be missed by his family and all who knew him.
A special thanks of gratitude for the excellent care and loving kindness of the staff and doctors at Heartland Rehabilitation and Heartand Hospice of Bedford.
Art was preceded in death by his parents; and his brother, Paul Berger.
Survivors: Wife of 44 years, Nancy Berger; sons, Larry J. Berger and wife, Kelly and Steven R. Berger and wife, Stephanie; daughter, Karen J. Berger; stepdaughters, Michelle Austin and Renee Austin and husband, Jeramie Rittiluechai; his grandchildren, Benjamin, Connor, Claire, Skyler, Taylor, Ethan, Ryan and Luke Berger, and Mitchell and Graham Rittiluechai.

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#1 Comment By TCFLBA On August 4, 2016 @ 6:59 pm

Our condolences to the Berger family. Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association.

#2 Comment By Art Lozano-Family Court Services On August 5, 2016 @ 1:59 pm

God Bless the Berger family.

#3 Comment By Kendall Goetz On August 5, 2016 @ 2:09 pm

Art’s life was rich. Thank you for sharing his accomplishments and interests. He was a fascinating man.

#4 Comment By Leigh Ann Schenk On August 5, 2016 @ 2:58 pm

Judge Berger,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your precious family.

#5 Comment By Donna Smiedt On August 5, 2016 @ 7:11 pm

Judge Berger,

My sincerest condolences to you and your family for the loss of Art. What an accomplished gentleman he was.

#6 Comment By Barbara Armstrong On August 6, 2016 @ 4:35 pm

Art will be missed by all who knew him. He was quick with a joke and a smile and always had a kind word. Prayers to the Berger family.

#7 Comment By Mary Holland On August 7, 2016 @ 7:33 pm

Judge Berger,

I’m so sorry for your loss of your wonderful husband. I hope it brings some comfort to know that your friends in the family law group are thinking about you and wishing you love and peace during this difficult time.

#8 Comment By Kay E. Kerr On August 8, 2016 @ 9:24 am

Judge Berger: My sincere condolences for your loss. I know only time will heal your emptiness. Cherish the memories and happiness you both shared in your lives and know you will be together again someday. You are not alone and have many friends to share your life with as you journey down this road.

#9 Comment By Debbie & Lucky Rittiluechai On August 8, 2016 @ 10:13 am

Art was a wonderful man. He will be deeply missed.