Charles “Charlie” Jeffrey Berg

August 24, 1950 - April 20, 2023
Charles “Charlie” Jeffrey Berg

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Charles Jeffrey Berg, age 72, of Wilmington N.C, passed away on Thursday, April 20, 2023.

He was born in Milltown, N.J on August 24, 1950, the son of Robert Frank Berg and Dorothy Amelia TenBroeck. He moved to South Brunswick Township and graduated from South Brunswick High School in 1968. Charlie grew up working in his father’s International truck dealership in New Jersey where he learned all things mechanical. Sundays he’d be at Raceway Park where he frequently won drag competitions with his Corvettes and GTOs.

Charlie attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, became a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and graduated in 1974. Being he loved all things cars he opened his own car parts and mechanic shop called The Horseless Carriage.

Following in his mother’s footsteps Charlie developed a passion for cooking and became a chef in many local restaurants over the years with his last being at Elizabeth’s Pizza.

He loved getting people together to share a great meal with lots of laughs. Charlie was a kind, witty, hilarious and generous man who will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Charlie is survived by his daughters, Elizabeth Mebane Berg and Suzanna Peyton Berg, his Grandson, Benjamin Blue Wahlund and ex-wife Lindsay Mebane Edwards. He was preceded in death by his son, Charles Peyton Berg and brother, Robert William Berg.

Friends and family will gather to Celebrate Charlie’s Life at 11:00 am until 2:00 pm on Sunday April 30, 2023 at Mac’s Speed shop located at 4126 Oleander Dr, Wilmington, NC 28403.

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  • May 21, 2023
    Dorie Drobot says:
    good day, grand blog on oleaginous loss. such a person helped.

  • April 26, 2023
    Suz posted an image:
    My daddy
    My daddy

  • April 26, 2023
    Thom Koontz says:
    Charlie was one of a kind and I was proud to call him my friend and "Brother". Charlie and Lindsay were 2 of my favorites when I pledged TKE as I was an older pledge at that time being a Junior in college. Charlie along with Marvin Ingram sort of took me under their Wings, so to speak, and if not for them I probably would have been blackballed lol. Charlie had a sense of fashion, a great personality, humorous beyond belief, and a bit crazy which I loved. RIP Charlie and my condolences to the family and close friends. Thoughts and Prayers going out to you!