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J.W. ''Bill'' Bergfield
September 16, 1927 - August 12, 2004

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By: Joe Niquiporo Aug 16, 2004

Please accepet Beth and I's deepest sympathy for your loss and our regrets in not being abel to attend the services for Bill our prayers are with you and your family.

I always admired and appreciated Bill for his work with PONY Baseball and the help that he has given to me over the years. I believe there are special places for people who commit part of their lives to helping others, I also believe that Bill is one of those people.

Joe and Beth
By: Wilma and Keith Ritter Aug 16, 2004
Wilma and I deeply regret our not being in attendance at Bill's funeral. We feel extremely sad to know that he is not with us in this world and we will miss him in our future get-to-gethers. Both of us wish that we had lived closer to the two of you these past few years, since we didn't see as much of either of you as we would have liked.

One of Bill's characteristics I most remember is his infectious smile and laugh. He had a wonderful sense of humor and was always a lot of fun to be around. I also recall his willingness to give of himself and to expend energy helping others.

Bill could be counted on to be there when you needed a friend. Our hearts ache to think he will not be playing poker with us, but the comfort is that he is in a better place.
By: Henry Brooks Aug 15, 2004
Dear Marianne:

While I wasn't close to you and Bill socially, I had worked with him on numerous occasions at golf tourneys put on by the HGA. During these times, I came to know a kind, caring individual who was always plesant and had a very serene countinance about him. He was always considerate and made me feel like he was delighted to see me. Just knowing him in this way was meaningful.I will always remember him as I pass your house playing golf and when working at the next Shell Houston Open. You will be in my thoughts and prayers during this trying time. Though the void will never be filled, it is my hope that as time passes, the sorrow you feel now will be replaced by memories of the good times together. I will be unable to be at the funeral tomorrow, but I will be thinking of you. With deepest sympathy, Henry Brooks

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