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Terry L. Bergman

Terry L. Bergman, 52, passed away Feb. 27, 2008.

He was born May 31, 1955, in Enid, Oklahoma, to Robert L. and Etta Mae Bergman. His parents moved to Boulder when he was eight years old, then later moved to Glenwood Springs. He graduated from Glenwood Springs High School in 1973. He attended Wichita State University, then returned to Glenwood Springs and worked for City Market.

He moved to Kansas City in 1978, received his associate’s degree in marketing and management from Johnson County Community College. He graduated with honors from Webster University in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in computer applications.



His two daughters were the lights of his life.

At the time of his death, he was working for Citicard as a customer service representative.



He married Elizabeth Bergman in 1994, and they enjoyed traveling across the United States, Mexico and Canada, and recently went on several cruises.

No remembrance of Terry would be complete without mention of his terrific sense of humor and his passionate love of music. He sang beautifully, played almost every brass instrument, and collected music memorabilia.

He is survived by his wife; daughter Sarah (Russ) Pickerell of Overland Park, Kan.; mother; father and new wife Velda of Loveland; brothers Tony (Debbie) Bergman of Rifle, and Tim (Mindy) Bergman of Silt; niece Cynthia (Eric) Brekhus; nephew Tony Bergman Jr.; niece Nicole Bergman; nephew Jeffrey Bergman; stepsons Richard (Kristyn) Colon, and Paul Colon; aunt Thressa Newell; uncle Oral Lee (Merlene) Newell; and many uncles, aunts, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by daughter Clarissa Danielle.

Services were held March 1 in Kansas City, Mo.

Memorials may be made in Terry’s memory to Heartland Christian Fellowship, 127th and Quivira, Overland Park, Kan.


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