Marvin Bergen

Irving, Texas

1927 - 2008

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Dear Marvin's family, we miss Marv here on Inner and Irongate Circle. I never pass those kitchen windows that I do not think of him. Dear Aggie and Jill, thank you for making it possible for Vicki and I to live next door to each other for what I hope is many years to come. We are so excited and happy about it. In a way, our families (yours and ours) will always live next door to each other. Sal and I miss you Aggie. Much love to you all and you are in our prayers always.

How sad we are to learn of Uncle Marvin's sudden passing. We are happy that he had an opportunity to meet my wife and young daughter many years ago at a Bergen reunion in Kansas. Some years ago, mom shared with us some wonderful stories about growing up with him. May he rest in God's eternal peace and may our Lord's love give his family strength and comfort during this time of sorrow - Our thoughts are with you - Larry Edgett & family

I was also a coworker of Marvs at GE. I recall his infinite patience helping clients solve problems. Who could ever forget hearing Marv on the phone saying "First look under the desk and be sure the computer is plugged into the wall". I also enjoyed the occasional ride about Dallas on our BMW motorcycles. We will all miss having Marv amongst us.

Dear Bergen family,

What sad news that Marv is no longer with us. I worked with Marv for much of my 25 years with General Electric. I admired and was instructed by his talents. I enjoyed knowing him and talking with him.

May you be comforted by memory of him and his contributions to the early days of computers and to his friends.

Diane Johnson

We are going to miss Marvin very much. We will miss him at holiday dinners. We will miss him sharing his very definite opinion on things. I knew when I first met Marvin that he was a very intelligent person. He confirmed this for me when he commented on how good my cornbread dressing is! We got a lot of information from Marvin and learned a lot. I remember the day he taught my oldest daughter, Ashley, the proper technique of peeling an avocado. Ashley came home and shared this with...

Dearest Bergen Family,
I am truly saddened by Marvin's passing. I will miss talking about the latest books we've read, baking Marvin my Banana Nut Bread (which he loved) and most importantly I will miss my political ally. Marvin was a very dear are all of you. I love all of you and my heart goes out to you in prayer during this time.

I think of you often and wish you were here to show me your latest additions on your book list. Love you...

There's a time for everything and a season for every activity under Heaven:
A time to be born and a time to die,
A time to plant and a time to uproot,
A time to kill and a time to heal,
A time to tear down and a time to build,
A time to weep and a time to laugh,
A time to mourn and a time to dance,
A time to scatter stones and a time to gather them,
A time to embrace and a time to refrain,
A time to search and a time to give up,
A time to keep...

Dear Bergen Family, We will truly miss Marv. He was such a good neighbor and friend, always there with a smile and a wave. I cannot imagine the neighborhood without Aggie and Marvin. Please know that our prayers and love are with your family at this time and always. Do not hesitate to let us know what we can do for you at any time.

Dear Anges,
We were saddened to hear of Marv's passing. Marv and I exchanged many e-mails, I looked forward to the interestering items he would send me. You and your family are in our prayers


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