Obituary - Statt Berger

Statt Berger

Former Jackson resident Statt Lou Berger died Sept. 24 at his home in Mesquite, Nevada.

He was 64.

His family provided the following.

Statt was born on Oct. 16, 1954, in Driggs, Idaho, to Hazel Buxton Berger and Keith Lou Berger.

Statt was raised in Centerville, Utah. He was a graduate of Viewmont High School and Weber State University. He earned an associate degree in paramedicine.

He took great pride in his work as a volunteer fireman, plumber, a professional fireman, a paramedic and Life Flight medic.

He lived in Jackson Hole for 20 years and owned Statt’s Plumbing. He was also a volunteer firefighter in Jackson Hole.

He had a passion for all things sports, especially golf. He had countless golfing buddies and enjoyed his time on the course.

He was the most selfless and caring man. He was always available to help with anything. Anyone who met Statt was better for having known him.

He is survived by his daughters Brittney (Jarrod) Hall, Stacy (Mark) Mathews, Lindsea (Lee) Barlow, Ashlea (Ahren) Mosgeller, and Diana Bateman; 13 grandchildren; and his mother Hazel Buxton Berger. He was also survived by siblings Jay Berger, Patti Trujillo, Ty Berger, Shirlee Flandro, Gina Zwahlen and Jamie Burnett.

He was preceded in death by father Keith Lou Berger, and nieces Alyssa Burnett and Vanessa Berger.

Services were held Saturday at Myers Mortuary in Layton, Utah.

Condolences may left for the family at

Contact Melissa Cassutt at 732-7076 or

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