Mary Jane Bergen © Enid Morning News 04-1984 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Waynoka – Services for Mary Jane Bergen, 85, who died Sunday in an Alva hospital, will be at 2 PM Thursday in the Avard Christian Church with the Rev. Chester Brown, pastor of the Congregational Church officiating.
Burial will be in the Avard Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Marshall Funeral Home of Waynoka.
Mrs. Bergen was born at Elizabethton, Tennessee, June 17, 1897, the daughter of Chris Henry and Dora Bell Glover Sims. She and Frank Alford Bergen were married June 16, 1919, in Alva.
Mrs. Bergen is survived by three sons, James Bergen, Canby, Oregon, John Bergen, Waynoka and Raymond Bergen, Borger, Texas; six daughters, Florene Rowland and Yvonne Manning, both of Woodward, Hazel Lord, Bronson, Kansas, Opal Treece and Grace Chipman, both of Waynoka and Dora Jean Watts, Oklahoma City; a brother, William Sims of Waynoka; five sisters, Flora Ferguson and Ruby Harris, both of Waynoka, Hazel Hardesty, Wichita, Kansas, Elsie Martin of Alva and Rose Murray of Avard; 37 grandchildren; 39 great – grandchildren and a great – great – granddaughter.
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