Obituary: Lucie Gorham Bergen
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 24 Dec 2009, B21
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Lucie Gorham Bergen, 98, died on December 13. She had moved to the Arbors retirement community in Manchester to be near her daughter Dale Carstens and son-in-law Jeff and her grandchildren Julie and Skip Kamis, Lucie and Tom Daly, and Virginia Carstens and Brooke Hammond and their families in Glastonbury and Manchester. She lived most of her life in Northfield and Winnetka, IL, where she married Willett Noble Gorham in 1933, and had two children, daughter Dale and son Willett. Willett now lives with his wife, Judith, in Tucson, AZ and Grand Rapids, MN. Their daughters, Sue and Kris Jennings and family live in Freeport, ME, and Sandra Gorham and Bill Hoopingarner and family live in Plainwell, MI. Lucie leaves 11 great-grandchildren. Her husband Willett "Bud" Gorham predeceased her, as did her second husband, Garrett Bergen. Her friend, Virginia Nicholas Taylor, received special mention

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24 Dec 2009
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Wilmette.News.303343
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Obituary: Lucie Gorham Bergen


Full-text article available at Wilmette Public Library