Leah Mae Berry, age 82, a long time resident of Atlantic, Iowa, passed away at the Cass County Hospice Center Tuesday evening, July 5, 2011. Leah Mae Berry, the daughter of Earl and Elsie (Skow) Namanny, was born on August 21, 1928 at her parents' farm home near Walnut, Iowa.The family moved to Marne on March 1, 1929.She attended Marne school through the 10th grade and graduated from the Atlantic High School in 1945.On June 9, 1947, she was united in marriage to Clifford T. Berry.They lived in Atlantic, Iowa their entire married life.To this union two sons were born.Leah was baptized at the Marne Methodist Church and became a member there later transferring to the First United Methodist Church in Atlantic where she was an active member.She cherished her many friends in United Methodist Women and the church.She was an inactive member of Cass County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, the Merry Marrieds and she also volunteered delivering Meals on Wheels with Cliff.Leah enjoyed working as a retail clerk at Patterson's Firestone Store at 4th and Chestnut and J. C. Penneys until 1951.After their sons were grown, she was employed at Hensley's Men's Clothing store until it closed.At that time she was a part of the office staff at Hess and Hess, United Benefit Society retiring in January of 1993. Preceding her in death were her parents, Earl and Elsie Namanny, her sister Darlene June Mitchel and granddaughter Brittney Amber Berry. Survivors include her husband Clifford T. Berry of Atlantic; two sons, James E. Berry of Atlantic and Keith L. Berry of Clarinda, Iowa; a granddaughter Kristin Lynn Berry of Clarinda, Iowa, many other relatives and friends. An open visitation will be held Thursday and Friday, July 7 and 8, from 8:00 to 5:00 at the Roland Funeral home and on Sunday afternoon,July 10, from 1:00 until the family meets with friends from 4:00 - 6:00 Sunday afternoon.Services for Leah will be held Monday morning, July 11, at 10:30 at the First United Methodist Church in Atlantic with Pastor Lanette Plambeck officiating.The cremated remains will be interred in the Atlantic Cemetery. Condolences may be left for the family on the Roland website at rolandfuneralservice.com.