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Frank Herberg

Frank J. Herberg

Friday, August 15th, 1930 - Friday, May 15th, 2020
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Frank J. Herberg, 89, of Auburn and formerly of Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully after a period of declining health on Friday May 15, 2020 at St. Francis Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center, Worcester. Frank was predeceased by his beloved wife, B. June (Mead) Herberg, in 2000.

Born in Sharon, PA and raised in Corry, PA, Frank was one of three children born to the late Franklin J. and Margaret A. (Berry) Herberg. He was educated in Corry as well, graduating from Corry High School in 1948. Several years after high school, Frank enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Serving honorably for four years, during which he was a radio and sonar operator for VP-8 Squadron, flying anti-sub missions in P2-V’s. He then attended Gannon College in Erie, PA and graduated with his Bachelor’s degree. Upon graduating from college, Frank went on to work for Erie Insurance Company in Erie, PA, before moving to Massachusetts. He worked for Hanover Insurance Company in the Education Department, before becoming Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Worcester Insurance Company. He was named Massachusetts Insurance Agents “Man of the Year.” in 1995. Herberg, Adams, & Associates was founded as a consulting company, and was operated by Frank and his colleague and very good friend, Joan Adams, until his retirement.

Frank was a faithful member of St. Joseph Church in Auburn, sat on the Board of Directors for Auburn Youth and Family Services, as well as being a board member for the Auburn District Nurses.

In his free time, Frank enjoyed playing cards, reading, and gardening; he loved to camp and was a great fly fisherman. He had a passion for cheering on his Red Sox and Patriots, and was a devoted friend and kind, caring soul.

Frank is survived by his only son, Michael J. Herberg and his wife Cheryl A. (Pettis) Herberg of Waxhaw, NC; his grandchildren, Devin M. Herberg of Waxhaw, NC, Sean A. Herberg of Eugene, OR, and Michaela C. Herberg of Asheville, NC; his loving brother, Dick A. Herberg and his wife Jojo (Migliaccio) Herberg of Corry, PA; his sister-in-law, Marjorie A. (Mason) Herberg of Irving, PA; his nieces and nephews, Berry R. Herberg of Spartanburg, PA, Mark L. Herberg of Corry, PA, Jay L. Herberg of Edinborough, PA, Martha E. (Herberg) Gray of Pittsfield, PA, Kathryn A. (Herberg) Jukes of Youngsville, PA, and Scott R. Mead of Gaithersburg, MD; and beloved friends, Joan and Jim Adams of Holden, MA, John and Mary-Ellen Potter of Holden, MA and Mark Trombly of Charlton, MA. In addition to his parents and his wife, Frank was predeceased by his brother, Dave A. Herberg of Irving, PA.

Frank’s funeral Mass will be held at a later date, and burial will follow at Hillside Cemetery in Auburn, with his wife. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Christopher Heights of Worcester Resident’s Activity Fund, 20 Mary Scano Drive, Worcester, 01605.
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Brian Bruso

Posted at 12:04pm
Mike and Cheryl, our deepest condolences to you and your family. I have only fond memories of Mr. Herberg through all his time volunteering with youth sports in Auburn. I had just shared a photo of a Little League team I was on that he was a coach for.

Lynn & Brian Bruso

Mike Stolz

Posted at 05:36pm
Frank was such an important part of our family and the shared memories we had. He always took time to listen and provide encouragement as I navigated college and my early career. He was a close confidant of my father and a role model we all looked up too. My most memorable experience of this was when he agreed to allow me to conduct a research project on behalf of the Worcester Insurance Company. This was a big part of my grade & I developed a passion for marketing as a result of the project. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Mike, Cheryl and family.
Take Care,
Mike, Fran, Kate & Emily Stolz

Pattie Bartoli

Posted at 01:46pm
Mr. Herberg was one of the nicest people I ever had the privilege to know. I was very fortunate to have known him most of my life.
He was always smiling, always had a kind word and could tell great stories. Mike, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Pattie Racine Bartoli

Jenny Bedell

Posted at 04:48pm
I will miss Frank so very much. He always appeared with a smile on his face and many a good story to tell. He was a loved member of my weekly discussion group and quickly became one of my favorite people! It's sad to know that I won't be seeing him again.
Jenny Bedell
Volunteer at Christopher Heights

Kathleen Stolz

Posted at 11:17am
Frank was always such a part of my family’s life and a support and enjoyed so much with us. We miss that and I send my deepest prayers and condolences to Mike and his family. Thanks for the great times!

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