Nancy Ann BERGEN
A.W. Carlson Funeral Home
45 Franklin Square
New Britain, CT

BERGEN, Nancy Ann

Nancy Ann (Hubbard) Bergen, 49, of Bristol, wife of Geoffrey Bergen, passed away Thursday, (September 29, 2011) at Yale New Haven Hospital. Born in Akron, OH, daughter of James and Lorine (Cicconetti) Hubbard, she has lived in Bristol for the last 20 years. Nancy received a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from CCSU where she graduated with honors. She was employed at CAL Business Solutions in Harwinton and SS&C Technologies in Windsor for many years. Nancy was one of Jehovah's Witnesses as a member of the north New Britain congregation. She volunteered much of her time zealously and enthusiastically teaching others about the bible. Besides her husband Geoffrey of Bristol, and her parents James and Lorine Hubbard of Kensington, she is survived by a brother, James Leo Hubbard III and his wife Kathy also of Kensington; her maternal grandmother, Frances Cicconetti of Wooster, OH; two nephews, Bryce and Ian Hubbard; two aunts, Mary Smith of Canton, OH and Vivarobb Ams and her husband John of Akron, OH; two uncles, Dennis and Raymond Cicconetti, both of Wooster, OH; and many cousins.
Calling hours will be held Friday (October 7) 4-7 P.M. at Carlson Funeral Home, 45 Franklin Square, New Britain. A Memorial Talk will be held (October 15) 3:30 P.M. at Kingdom Hall, 234 Farmington Ave., Berlin, CT. The Carlson Funeral Home, New Britain is assisting the family with arrangements. Please share a memory or note of sympathy at

To plant trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.
Published by Hartford Courant on Oct. 3, 2011.
No memorial events are currently scheduled.
To offer your sympathy during this difficult time, you can now have memorial trees planted in a National Forest in memory of your loved one.
Funeral services provided by:
A.W. Carlson Funeral Home
Add a Message

Not sure what to say?

19 Entries
Dearest Lori & Jim, We are so saddened to hear about Nancy. It's been a long time since we have seen you but you cross our minds.I can only imagine the pain, but we can all be sure that Jehovah never puts on us more than we can bare. Isa 41:10,13 is such a comfort I read it often. All of us at the South Aiken Congregation of Jehovahs Witnesses send our love.
Your friends,
Mike & Maxine Christy
October 20, 2011
Paul Okenquist
October 14, 2011
Dear Hubbard Family,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Your family was source of happiness in my youth and I was fortunate to have been friends with Nancy. I wish you all the best and hope you find comfort and strength in each other during your time of sadness.
Roger Okenquist
October 7, 2011
Dear Bergen & Hubbard Families,

I want to say I'm so sorry about your loss. Please accept my sincere sympathy. I only knew Nancy for a short time, but I loved her as my sister when we met. The girl didn't know a stranger. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.
Sylvia Hester
October 6, 2011
Dear Geoffrey and Family,
We were so very sorry to hear of the loss of your wife and loved one. We pray for you and your family during this challenging time. We can only (weakly) imagine some of the depth of the loss and pain this brings--having lost one close family member and another relative in similar fashion in the past year. Again, our thoughts and prayers go out to you. With sympathy and love,
Robert Fitzgerald
October 6, 2011
Dear Bergen & Hubbard Families,

it's so hard to fathom that nancy's spark has gone out... it was 25 years ago that i was privileged to meet her at pioneer school. right away i was attracted to her vibrant laughter and warm smile! it's knowing that we serve the only true god, jehovah, that soothes our pain. although the sadness feels intense right now, how we long for the day that jehovah wakes her up to a perfect life in perfect conditions! keeping you all close in my heart and prayers!
keely smith
October 5, 2011
Dear Jim, Lori, Jim, Kathy & Geoff,
My heart hurts for you at the loss of your dear sweetheart. Nancy was such a vibrant friend, I truly love her and I know you do too! Please, please take comfort in knowing that Jehovah holds her in his memory, that soon she will be back, as lovely and bubbly as ever!

My prayers and thoughts are with you...
Chante McLin
October 4, 2011
My deepest sympathies - Nancy was an amazing and fun person and a great spirit. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Beth Mercier
October 4, 2011
Jim, Lori, Jimmy, Kathy, and Geoff,
I was very saddened with the news of Nancy's falling asleep in death. May your broken hearts find strength in Jehovah. When death's finger touches a family like it has touched yours, Jehovah allows a family to draw closer to Him. May that happen in your case. Jim and Lori, no parent should out live their children. but when it happens, remember Jehovah experienced the same grief and pain when He lost His Son. He knows your pain intimately. He wants, or as Job said, He "yearns" to reunite your little girl with you and He "wants" to bring her back to you. Is. 26:19 speaks of those sleeping or "impotent in death" awaking and crying out joyfully. I pray that your wait is short. Jimmy, I remember how close you and Nancy were when we were young. I can't know the pain of losing a cherished sister, but it must be intense and seemingly unbearable. I am sorry for you and Kathy and you will be in my prayers. Geoff, when the scriptures talk of the two becoming one flesh- what a beautiful arrangement. Wait on Jehovah to heal the pain you feel now. He has the power to help you cope with the hurt until He brings your beautiful wife back to you. May Jehovah's comfort and peace marinate your souls.

With love and concern,
Bob Erardi and family,
Jean, Amber, Frank and Jake
Banner Elk, NC
Bob Erardi
October 4, 2011
I've loved Nancy since she was 12 years old, she's been my little sister. We made strong impressions on each others lives. I've loved Lori and Jim like family too. Thank you Geoffrey for giving her the joys of marraige and your devoted friendship. I will look forward to seeing my little sis again soon when she will be without pain. My deepest love and sympathy to you all. Carolyn Johnson, Salisbury, NC
Carolyn Johnson
October 3, 2011
I met Nancy last year through her job at CAL, and quickly felt that she was a wonderful and amazing person. My deepest sympathies to her family and friends for their loss.
Jennifer Decker
October 3, 2011
Dear Hubbard and Bergen Family my deepest sympathy goes out to you all. As christian witnesses of JEHOVAH we know that with all that Jehovah promises words can't take away the pain and sorrow. One day soon we will all be able to hold her again for now we hold you all in our hearts and prayers. May Jehovah keep you strong and I love you all. Love Ronald and Sharon Kemp And AJAY
October 3, 2011
Dear Geoff and Lori and Jim,
My heart breaks for you. And I am sorry I am so far away and not able to give you a hug. The quality I appreciate the most about Nancy is her sincere love for people. She truly cared about their lives and their feelings and people sensed her sincerity. Even people she only knew for a short time feel deeply effected by her passing.
All our love
Anya and Lukas Ciecierski (from krakow, Poland)
Anya Ciecierski
October 3, 2011
Nancy worked with us (at CAL Business Solutions) for a relatively short period of time, but has touched each one of us in a profound way. Such a beautiful, joyful and giving person. We have missed her smile and enthusiasm this past year. Our heartfelt sympathy to Nancy's husband, family and friends. May we all find a way to bring her light to the world, each day!
Carol Hannon
October 3, 2011
My heart goes out to you. So sorry for the loss of your beloved wife, Nancy. May Jehovah give you the needed strength in this time of your sorrow.
Christian love,
Lois Nicholas
Lois Nicholas
October 3, 2011
My dear friends Lori & Jim,
Words cannot even express the pain in my heart in the loss of our dear sweetheart of the Southington Congregation,your beloved daughter, Nancy.
With pain in my heart and tears in my eyes as I write this - please accept my sympathy and deep regrets of this tragedy in your lives. It is the ultimate test that a parent has to face.
I pray that Jehovah may give you the strength to endure; and may the hope from the Bible give you the comfort that you will be together with Nancy under God's Kingdom.
Nancy was faithful to the end. Let us take to heart this fine example so we can remain in the book of life, or if be, in God's memory.
Your loving sister in the faith,
Lois Nicholas
Lois Nicholas
October 3, 2011

It seems like yesterday that we worked together. The world will not be the same without you, but at least you are with our Savior and without pain. My deepest sympathies to Nancy's family at this very difficult time.

God Bless.
Cheri Ferris-Najaf
October 3, 2011

So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts & prayers.
Allison Pianka-Gray
October 3, 2011
Our sincere sympathies for your loss.
A.W. Carlson Funeral Home
October 3, 2011
Showing 1 - 19 of 19 results