My sincere condolences to the family of Scott Berning. He will be missed. As a classmate of the class of 71, Scott was truly an inspiration to others. A smile on his face. A sense of humor, he will be remembered as a friend to all.
Rest in Peace, Scott.
Darrell E Martin
Condolences from the Martins
Kevin & Wendie Wade
Suzette and Family,
We were so sad to hear of the passing of Scott. He was definitely "one of the good ones" and will be missed by all who knew him. We got to know Scott thru the Ducks Unlimited & Land O'Lakes youth fairs. You are in our thoughts & prayers and please know if we can do anything please don't hesitate to reach out.
Love & prayers,
Kevin, Wendie & family
I have such fond memories of Scott...he was my very first boss when he hired me at Bernco. Besides teaching me so many life lessons, we had so much fun...the chair incident, where Scott decided that the guys hanging around the store for hours on end had to stop so “let's get rid of the chairs”! And we did! But, it wasn't long until chairs were brought back in by the coffee drinkers that sat in them: ) I don't think they ever realized why the original chairs disappeared...
Scott was such a warm and truly caring man. Although as years went on we saw each sporadically, Scott never failed to check in from time to time, always concerned with how I was doing as well as my family. I will really miss catching up with him at the picnic.
Suzette we will keep you and your family in our prayers.
Cathy and Mitch Miller
John Armstrong III
He really never had a disability. He may have had challenges, but he mostly kick ass. He was a great friend and Fraternity Brother. He never complained about the hand God dealt him, instead he seized it and made it a strength so he could fight for others.
Our Fraternity stood for “Helping Hands”. He didn’t need help, but he always gave it to us.
Godspeed, my dear Brother!
To the entire Berning family:
Please accept our deepest heartfelt sympathy for Scott's passing. I met Scott while at CMSU & OX fraternity. Scott was our softball coach when we won the championship. His leadership & brotherhood was awesome. May the good Lord be with Scott's family & many friends as they will think of him often. God Bless Us All & Semper Fidelis.
PATRICK A. CUMMINGS
My most sincere condolences to the Berning family. May GOD bless and bring comfort to you. Scott was truly an inspiration to all that knew him. Scott will be sorely missed; may you rest in peace Brother Scott.
Brother Pat Cummings
Suzette, I am so very, very sorry for your loss.
Sending hugs and prayers to Suzette and family.
Connie J Fifer
Suzette, I am so sorry to hear of Scott's passing. I remember the day we met outside your house in Warrensburg. Scott was so funny and easy to talk to. May God comfort you and your family at this difficult time. Much love to you all.
Brian and Connie Wallace
Suzette and family, Scott will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
Gary Paul Maddox
May You Be at Peace, Brother Scott...You Remain and Inspiration to us All!
Rita F Bettis
Tony and I are are so sorry for your loss. Scott was one amazing man. Tony is out of town and unable to get here. We truly appreciate his friendship over the years. May your memories continue to comfort you all. Sincerely, Tony & Rita Bettis
Suzette, I am so very sorry for your loss. Had no idea Scott was as ill as he had been. In spite of his disability, he led a full live and was a great asset to this community. We would live in a better world if all of us were to follow in his path.
Ava Lynne (Elliott) Green
I'm so sorry to learn about Scott. I have many memories of growing up with Scott and Debbie. My sincere condolences to his family.