Salvador Albert Schlaefer Berg

Salvador Albert Schlaefer Berg OFMCap (July 27, 1920 – October 22, 1993) was a Capuchin friar and a bishop of the Roman Catholic Church.

Born in Campbellsport, Wisconsin, United States, Schlaefer Berg was ordained a priest for the Capuchin order on June 5, 1946. On July 25, 1970, he was appointed titular bishop of Flumenpiscene' and bishop of the Diocese of Bluefields, Nicaragua, on June 25, 1970 and was consecrated on August 12, 1970. He died while still in office.[1]