<b>Bob Berzhinsky</b>“width =” 325 “height =” 405 “srcset =” https://d3ebobe8l15pwo.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/042221_Bob_Berschinski-obituary_E-241×300.jpg 241w, https: // d3ebobe8l15pwo .net / wp-content / uploads / 2021/04 / 042221_Bob_Berschinski-obituary_E-696×867.jpg 696w, https://d3ebobe8l15pwo.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/042221_Bob_Berschinski_, https: //d3ebobe8l15. net / wp-content / uploads / 2021/04 / 042221_Bob_Berschinski-obituary_E-305×380.jpg 305w, https://d3ebobe8l15pwo.cloudfront.net/wp-content/up/ 042221_Bob_Berschinski-obituary_E-153×190.jpg 153w, https: // d3ebobe8l15pwo.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/042221_Bob_Berschinski-obituary_E-84×105.jpg 84w.  Content / Uploads / 2021/04 / 042221_Bob_Berschinski-Nachruf_E.jpg 709w “sizes =” (maximum width: 325px) 100vw, 325px”/>Bob Berzhinsky</p>
<p>Robert (Bob) Weldon Berschinski, 68, of Peachtree City, Georgia, died of a heart attack on April 19, 2021.  Susan Berschinski, his beloved wife of 50 years, was at his side.</p>
<p>Bob Berschinski was born on June 28, 1952 in New Orleans, Louisiana, to Claude and Elizabeth Berschinski.  At age 16, Bob left Fortier High School in New Orleans to work as a full-time antiwar organizer for the Southern Student Organizing Committee (SSOC).  Civil rights and antiwar activism of his youth were among Bob’s proudest accomplishments, after his pride in his two sons, Rob and Dan, to whom he bestowed US foreign policy and public service engagement.</p>
<p>Never getting tired of telling his family and everyone else in earshot, Bob worked at various points in his life as a garbage collector, truck driver, factory worker, and union organizer.</p>
<p>He was also a self-taught person whose knowledge of history, the natural world, and geopolitical affairs continued to baffle those around him.</p>
<p>In 1993, Bob founded Hometown Directories, an independent telephone directory business that has grown for Counties of Fayette, Coweta, Henry, and Clayton.  After the 2008 financial crisis and the collapse of the phone book industry, Bob and Susan Hometown reinvented Directories as a direct mail company.</p>
<p>Bob touched hundreds of lives.  In Hapeville, Georgia, he was president of the Exchange Club and commissioner of the city’s youth baseball league.  In Peachtree City, he devoted hundreds of hours to supporting the Science Olympiad team at JC Booth Middle School and the track, soccer, and cross-country teams at McIntosh High School.</p>
<p>Bob’s world revolved around his family.  He was a husband whose love and devotion for Susan knew no bounds;  a father whose support for Rob and Dan knew no bounds;  and a grandfather whose joy in annoying Jack was endless.  He is much regretted.</p>
<p>Bob is survived by his Peachtree City wife, Susan Berschinski;  his son Rob Berschinski, daughter-in-law Sabrina Howell, and grandson Jack Berschinski from Washington, DC;  and son Dan Berschinski from Atlanta.</p>
<p>The Berschinski family will welcome friends, family, and community members on Friday, May 7, 2021, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Mowell Funeral Home, 200 Robinson Rd, Peachtree City.</p>
<p>Instead of flowers, the family welcomes donations to the Midwest Food Bank of Georgia.  (https://www.midwestfoodbank.org/locations/peachtree-city-ga/donate-georgia)</p>
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