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Kenneth John Berling

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Kenneth John Berling, 63, of Covington, KY, passed away peacefully surrounded by his siblings on Friday, September 4, 2020, at St. Elizabeth Healthcare Edgewood.  Kenneth was born in Covington, KY on August 5, 1957 to the late Elmer and Marilyn Berling.  During his life, Kenneth graduated from Chase Law School, was a member of the Kentucky Bar Association and worked as a self-employed attorney.  He is survived by his siblings Lise Tewes (Joseph), Victoria Berling (Bob Reeves), and Todd Berling (PJ), 13 nieces and nephews: goddaughter Mary Jo Cramb (David), Elizabeth Lindsey (Jeremy), Alex Tewes (Nikki), Nick Tewes (Stephanie), Nate Tewes, Mark Tewes, Rachel Tewes, Jennifer Schaber (Matt), Christy Culbreth (Charles Theodore), Caroline Mejia (Wilson), Taylor Berling, Cameron Berling, and Theresa Berling, 13 great nieces and nephews, and his beloved cat Sheba.  Services will be held privately by the family.  Memorial contributions can be sent to The Covington Ladies Home (The Victorian at Riverside) 702 Garrard St. Covington, KY 41011.  Online condolences can be sent to the family at www.Linnemannfuneralhomes.com.

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Anita & Don Randall

So sorry to hear about Kenny. I know he will be missed by everyone. Keeping everyone in our thoughts and prayers and wishing you comfort and peace… Our deepest sympathies and friendship..

Anita & Don Randall


Mike Baker

My sympathy to the Berling family. Ken was a classmate at Chase Law School. Our paths would cross professionally at times. Ken was a most interesting person. It is with regret that we no longer will see him. May he rest in peace.


Our deepest sympathy

We’re thinking of you all and pray that God’s comfort & peace will be yours. I remember Kenny fondly as the only teenager I knew who owned the full-length version of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, and he let Vicki & me listen to it on the record player. I admired Kenny’s “cool” factor!
Becky and Greg Jones