Obituary: Fr. Edward Herberger, SVD
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 23 Feb 2012, p. 29


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Fr. Edward Herberger, SVD, 79, chaplain at the Techny Towers Conference and Retreat Center, passed away on February 9. During 51 years as a priest, he served as one of the first Divine Word Missionaries in Jamaica and helped to rebuild an island after a hurricane. Born in East Amherst, N.Y., in 1932, he was the eldest of Edward and Marie (Popp) Herberger's nine children. Fr. Herberger professed religious vows in 1952 and was ordained at Techny in 1960. He is survived by one sister and six brothers. He was buried at St. Mary's Cemetery at Techny.
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Full-text available at Wilmette Public Library
Date of Publication:
23 Feb 2012
Date Of Event:
9 Feb 2012
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Obituary: Fr. Edward Herberger, SVD


Fr. Edward Herberger, SVD, 79, chaplain at the Techny Towers Conference and Retreat Center, passed away on February 9. During 51 years as a priest, he served as one of the first Divine Word Missionaries in Jamaica and helped to rebuild an island after a hurricane. Born in East Amherst, N.Y., in 1932, he was the eldest of Edward and Marie (Popp) Herberger's nine children. Fr. Herberger professed religious vows in 1952 and was ordained at Techny in 1960. He is survived by one sister and six brothers. He was buried at St. Mary's Cemetery at Techny.