BERGMAN, MABEL A. "MAE" 89 - Press of Atlantic City: South Jersey Obituaries And Death Notices


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BERGMAN, MABEL A. "MAE" 89 - passed away at ARMC Mainland Division on April 1, 2014. Mae was born August 20, 1924 near Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where she met her future husband, Charles, who was serving in the Army Air Corps. They were married in 1945 moved to Hammonton and then to Ventnor where Mae lived until October 2012 and Superstorm Sandy. She lived at Brandall Estates in Linwood until her death. She worked at various local banks including First National Bank, Guarantee Bank & Trust and Boardwalk National Bank. She worked at James Candy Store from 1995 to 2005. Mae is survived by her son, James Bergman (Mary); her beloved granddaughters, Mary Alice Johnson (Erik) and Jane Barr (Gregg); five great-grand-children, Connor, Kiley and Taylor Johnson and Juliana and James Barr; and sister, Kay Foran and family in Canada. She is predeceased by her beloved husband, Charles; and her dearly missed son, Eddie. She enjoyed time spent with her dining companions at Brandall Estates and was grateful for the compassionate care she received there. Funeral Services will be private. Arrangements by the George H. Wimberg Funeral Home –

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  • Tadris posted at 7:07 am on Sat, Apr 5, 2014.

    Tadris Posts: 127

    Very pretty!
    Sorry for your loss, my prayers goes out for you in this time of grief. One thing gives my family comfort....the bible's hope of the resurrection.

    “There is going to be a resurrection.”—Acts 24:15

    God has resurrected humans in the past. -John 11:39-44.

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