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Henry Berlin
  • In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to
  • MUSC Hollings Oncology
    18 Bee Street
    Charleston, SC 29425
  • In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to
  • Brith Sholom Beth Israel Synagogue
    182 Rutledge Avenue
    Charleston, SC 29403

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To the entire Berlin family Henry will be missed by all of Charleston included myself.
His whit and full of life personality will indure his love of Charleston was rewarded with Berlin Block
So glad he was able to see it himself.
Prayers are with the family.
Julian Wayne Morris

Posted by: Julian Wayne Morris - Johns Island, SC - Friend   Jan 10, 2018

Praying that God will comfort your heart through this time of sadness.
Knowing Henry was a true delight !
With deepest sympathy,
Johnny and Kathy Myatt

Posted by: John Myatt - Charleston, SC - Friend   Jan 10, 2018

My deepest and sincere sympathy for Terry and family on the passing of Henry. I got to know him through MRA, and just adored his sense of humor and grit. He and my Dad, Milton, were 1 year apart, and they had much in common: inheriting the store from their fathers, serving in the Navy during WWII, and having Eastern European heritage. Henry loved to rib my Dad about the Kennedy's. He never liked Ted Kennedy...I always thought he was

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Posted by: Felicia Penn - Hyannis, MA - Friend   Jan 10, 2018

One of Charleston's finest (and funniest) sons. I had the pleasure of representing BERLIN'S for many years. Henry was always a challenge and a pleasure to work with. Devoted to this family, this clients and his beloved city. Henry was a true original. He made me laugh...he made me think. He made our city a better place. Rest in peace, MR. CHARLESTON.

Posted by: Jack Kennedy - Charleston, SC - Friend   Jan 10, 2018

So sorry for your loss. He had such a full wonderful life and I know it is such a sad time for you and yours. I am thinking of you. Sending love and prayers. Cathy Meyerson Kleiman

Posted by: Cathy Kleiman - Mount Pleasant, SC - Family Friend   Jan 10, 2018

Mr. Berlin will be deeply missed. He touched more lives than anyone would know. As a young boy growing I, I had the honor of having my first "real" suit fitted by Mr. Berlin. And he taught me how to tie a bowtie - which has been my signature tie ever since. Whenever asked how I learned to tie one, I attribute it to Henry Berlin.

Posted by: Keith L. Riddle - Towson, MD - Friend   Jan 10, 2018