Amon Berry was born December 26, 1952 in Detroit, Michigan, and was raised in Cleveland, Ohio, to the late Amos Davis and Helen A. Berry. Amon had an older sister Beverly Berry and two older brothers Chenniss and Chauncey Berry. His sun set in the late evening of Wednesday, November 15, 2017. Amon was educated in the Cleveland Public school system and graduated from John Hay high school in 1971, and went on to join the United States Air Force. While in the Air force, he served as a Graphic Artist Specialist in Vietnam before retiring. Amon shared his life with Cerise for 39 years. He is the father of four children. Kawame, Aikisha, Aisha, and Kalifa Berry. God blessed him with a grandson, Kashion and a granddaughter Saiuri, who he loved with all his heart. After being honorably discharged from the Airforce, Amon worked in electronics. He loved to draw, paint, and cook. His other hobbies included listening to jazz and gospel music and attending church. He was a gatekeeper and a member of the 50 plus ministries at his church home of Voices of Faith Ministries. A celebration of life will be held at 2 PM on Sunday, November 26, 2017 at the Voices of Faith Ministries in Stone Mountain, GA. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. To Amon’s children, Auntie Valerie is so sorry for your loss. We as a family have lost the love of a good man. My prayers are with each of you as you guys memorialize my friend and brother n law. I can not be with you physically but am there spiritually. Chenniss & Chauncey I extend my condolences to you!

  2. To the family of Amon Berry I am sorry for your lost and that you have deepest Sympathy may you all find Confort in his memory.

  3. My Dear Brother Your Memory Will Never Fade

    My dear Brother now that you gone you’re no longer here to share, the bond we had together- A bond of love and care.
    You gave no one a last farewell, Nor ever said good-bye. You were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why. A million times we will miss you. A million times we will cry. If love alone could have save you, you never would have died. In life we love you dearly, In death we love you still. We miss you so very much, and our tears we cannot hide, Yet, somehow something tells me you are watching over Chenniss and I. It broke our heart to lose you, but you didn’t go alone, for part of us went with you, the day God took you home.

  4. Amon may you rest in peace. You will be missed. I always considered you a brother. To the Berry family my send our sincere condolences and will be praying for strength for the family.

  5. Uncle Amon,
    I will love and miss you always. And I will always remember your smile, and joyful spirit. May you be with your family and fill them with the same characteristics. We will miss you. My deepest condolences to Kawame, Aikisha, Aisha, and Kalifa.

  6. Uncle Amon,
    I will love and miss you always. And I will always remember your smile, and joyful spirit. May you be with your family and fill them with the same characteristics. We will miss you. My deepest condolences to Kawame, Aikisha, Aisha, and Kalifa.

  7. To Amon & his loving family,
    A man’s legacy only lives on when his family and those he shared moments of joy with, pass them on. The memories of Amon that stuck with me were all positive and great things. I pray for your consistencies with sharing his achievements and memories during the good & bad times ahead. Never forget the things which made not only him but others happy. I pray for you all to have strength and a great understanding of God’s plans throughout his absence. Amon, I haven’t gotten the chance to hear nor be part of your daily lifestyle. I do remember the first and last time we spoke. You were a great man and had an amazing skill. You were a man of positivity which will always be remembered from the conversations we’ve had. It was a blessing to meet you and I hope the heavens bless you with eternal happiness as God promises. Sleep in Peace Brother.

  8. To the family. I love you all so much and I want to offer my sincere condolences. May God help you all through and give you strength. Love you Victoria and Jay.

  9. My prayers go out to Mr. Berry and his family. I had the opportunity to meet this great man as we were about to embark on some great work together. He wasn’t able to finish the drawings I needed because he was sick. I will cherish the paintings that I have from him. In the short time of knowing him, he blessed me with his beautiful spirit…. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord….

  10. We are so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort continue to be with you and your family during this difficult time. We all look forward to a better future when death will be no more-Rev 21:4. Our prayers are with you.

  11. Well , Amon Berry called me chief 1973 and at the Same Time tricked me to join the Mason Lodge and beat me up during raising I became his brother for ever…Amon was so gifted that white folks loved him too, he call me one time to go down to TOKYO Japan subway station to
    help him finish a art piece he promised to the Japanese Government and I did WOW JAPANESE loved Amon Berry as I loved Amon Berry.. AMON BERRY drew a painting that won number 1 WORLD and he could no claim because he never signed it and I saw him draw it on UNITES STATES AIRFORCE DURYY TIME …AMON TOOK A Masonic hall from the red (broke ) to black ( money ) with selling a painting showing white JEAUS CRYING showing one tear and it was immediately bought buy Catholic chapel s
    Cash at YOKATA JAPAN …Well can not continue talking about how AMON BERRY had big impact on black couture Japanese coulture White couture and me ..Rest AMon because we need to write a book about your impact on the human race…I love you brother always because you made my brain look at the world better ………When I think of AMON BERRY I HAVE NO SADNESS ONLY LAUGHTER …Because he showed me how to see the good and bad in the world and be positive for one self so Rest In Peace Amon Berry my friend until the end…CHERRY BLOSSOM # 42 Tokyo Japan (TACHIKAWA AIR BASE )

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