Title: In Memoriam
Publication: The Outcrop, August 2000, p. 10
Glen Berger died May 24, 2000 at his home in Littleton, Colorado following an extended confinement from respiratory complications. He began his petroleum-industry career with the land department of Midwest Oil Corporation in 1950 and became the exploration manager of their Denver District prior to its Amoco merger. In addition to RMAG, he was a member of the DAPL, AAPL, and the Petroleum Pioneers. Glen was born in 1923, grew up in his home town of Burlingame, Kansas and started college at Kansas State University. He left there to enlist in the U.S. Air Force during World War II and was a decorated navigator of a B-24 “Liberator” bomber in the England-based air war over France and Germany. Following the war he re-entered college and graduated from Kansaas University. He is survived by his wife, Eugenia; a daughter, Debra McClave; two sons, Dick and John; and four grandchildren.