Berry Law Teamed Up with 88 Tactical to Host Memorial Day Celebration

On May 29, Berry Law ( and 88 Tactical teamed up to host a Memorial Day event for the public. The event featured live music with the Dillon G a i ge B a n d , fo o d vendors, a keg truck, a silent auction, and a remembrance ceremony. The ceremony included the Roughriders, a color guard, a Missing Man table, and a special guest from TAPs (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors), a nonprofi t that provides an array of programs, comfort, and resources to the families of all fallen heroes. A portion of all event proceeds were donated to TAPs at the end of the evening.

“We are starting a new tradition in Nebraska to honor our fallen service members with an annual event featuring a unique tribute to their lives and service. While we support Veterans every day at our law practice, we wanted to host a dedicated ceremony for those who can’t be here with us,” said Berry Law CEO, John Berry, Jr.

Berry Law was founded in 1965 by legendary attorney John S. Berry, Sr. With over 250 years of combined legal experience and 300 years of combined military service, the team at Berry Law is well equipped to handle the most serious legal needs. Originally focused on criminal defense work, the fi rm has expanded to offer a full suite of legal services. Beyond criminal defense, Berry Law’s trial attorneys also represent individual needs with personal injury claims, business formation, management and litigation, real estate litigation, elder law, and other civil litigation. Their Veterans Disability practice has represented Veterans in all 50 states and is part of their core commitment to the nation’s servicemembers. If you would like more information, please contact Emily Schweitzer at (402) 466-8444 / or go online to