Kenneth Maurice Berryman

May 18, 1950 - August 26, 2020

Obituary for Kenneth Maurice Berryman

Kenneth Maurice Berryman was born the 2nd child of Onnis C. Berryman and Ollie Berryman Delucas on May 18, 1950 in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Kenneth received his formal education in Wichita Falls, Texas and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School in 1968. He continued his education at East Texas University, presently known as Texas A & M Commerce in Commerce, Texas. He was a charter member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Zeta Tau chapter, Commerce.
Kenneth graduated with a Bachelor of Science., Social Work and Minor in Psychology in 1972, Masters in Guidance in 1973.
Post Graduate: Major in Guidance and Double Minor in Vocational
Counseling/Vocational Education ,1975-1979. During his work career he served as Director of Career Placement at Tarrant County Junior College and Director of Counseling/Human/Development and Division Chairperson at El Cento Community College Dallas, Texas. In Kenneth's later years of life, he moved to Oklahoma and finished his professional career at Evergreen Life Services.

Preceding in death, daughter Nicole Trevino Berryman, parents Onnis Berryman Sr. and Ollie Berryman Delucas, brother Gregory Berryman and sister Sharon Berryman.

Kenneth will always be loved and his memory cherished by his surviving family, brother, Onnis Jr. and sister, Cheryle Fleming along with a host nieces, nephews
and cousins.

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To my long time soulmate and best friend Kenneth M. Berryman gone from my sight, but never from my heart. You are miss more than words can express. We always made amazing memories that will last a life time. Thank you for laughing with me. Thank you for being real with me. You always had a beautiful heart and soul. Veronica Patterson
- Veronica
KB was my lifelong friend and "Funky 21" Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity brother. We shared the greatest times riding in his maroon '64 Chevy, and green '71 toyota corona. All the domino games, spades and 'big words' he dropped on us. Meeting his younger sisters, the weekly commutes from Dallas to Jarvis College in Hawkins,Tx. And all the Brotherly times, friends and events we shared together. Rest In Peace KB, you will always be remembered!
- Donny Walker

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