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Marlene H. Bergman

Died: Sunday, February 09, 2003
Age: 69
Marlene H. Bergman, 69, Evergreen Lane, Lake Geneva, died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2003, at the All Saints St. Mary's Hospital, Racine.

She was born Feb. 13, 1933, in Detroit, Mich., the daughter of William and Helen Vincent Carver.

She married Neal H. Bergman Sept. 16, 1954, in Milwaukee.

She was a member of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, Lake Geneva. She was employed for 15 years as a software contract specialist for Digital Equipment Corp., Rolling Meadows, Ill., retiring in 1990.

She is survived by her husband; daughter, Cheryl Lykowski, Palatine, Ill.; sons, Lance, Maleny, Australia, and Kistofer, Overland Park, Kan.; five grandchildren; two sisters, Patricia Brandt, Hotsprings Village, Ark., and Barbara Martikonis, New Berlin; and two brothers, Richard Carver, Huston, Texas, and William Carver, Palm Coast, Fla. She was preceded in death by her parents.

Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church with the Rev. Terry Huebner officiating. Steinke Funeral Home assisted the family with the arrangements. The family suggested memorials to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, P. O. Box 650309, Dallas, Texas, 75265-0309. To make the memorial in Bergman's name call 800-462-9273.

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