Stephen  Bergmann

Stephen Atlee Bergmann

Sunday, March 8th, 1953 - Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020
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Stephen Atlee Bergmann, 67 Years Old of Littlestown, PA (formerly of Westminster, MD)
died June 3, 2020 at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was born in Cheverly, Maryland on March 8, 1953.

Steve was employed by Amdahl Corporation as Software Engineer. He was the loving husband of Sue Andrews Bergmann for 42 years, the devoted father of Donald Robert Bergmann (Ashley Bergmann) of Sykesville, Maryland, Stephen Carl Bergmann (Rachel Bergmann) of Taneytown, Maryland, Brittany Bergmann Spencer (Derrick Spencer) of Sykesville, Maryland, adoring grandfather of Ava Luhn, Carli Bergmann, Sophia Bergmann, Landon Bergmann and Easton Spencer. He was the son of the late Donald Atlee Bergmann and Betty Baker Bergmann, brother of Brenda Bergmann Howard, Donna Bergmann Bedwell and the late Bonny Bergmann Dibble.

Steve Bergmann was baptized at First United Methodist Church of Hyattsville, Maryland in 1953. He was confirmed there and became Chaplain of The United Methodist Youth Fellowship. He began attending, and subsequently transferred membership to, Ebenezer United Methodist Church during the late 1980’s. He attended Lay Speaking training and became certified as a lay speaker. Steve attended License to Preach training at West River United Methodist Retreat Center and graduated as a Licensed Local Pastor. He was appointed to Ebenezer United
Methodist Church. Since then Steve has led worship and assisted in other pastoral activities. He currently served as chairman of the Endowment Committee and continued to preach and lead worship services at various times throughout the year.

Steve enjoyed traveling with his wife, family and friends. Together they took multiple cruises and made frequent trips to California. Working with computers and technology was his life’s work and his favorite pastime. Steve loved spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren. He was a man of great faith who willingly accepted leadership positions in the life of his church, often using his life experiences, joys and challenges to witness to the Lord he loved and served.

Services will be conducted at Ebenezer United Methodist Church, in Sykesville, Maryland at a later date, with Rev. Judith A. Emerson officiating.

Interment will be in Ebenezer United Methodist Church’s Cemetery.

Those desiring may make contributions in memory of Steve to Ebenezer United Methodist Church Building Fund, 4901 Woodbine Road, Sykesville, MD 21784.

Arrangements are being handled by: Burrier-Queen Funeral Directors, P.A., Winfield, MD. 410-795-0300.
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    Ebenezer United Methodist Church
    4901 Woodbine Rd.
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    Celebration of Life at the church at a later date
    Rev. Judith Emerson


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Tom Armitage

Posted at 03:55pm
Dear Sue, Brittany, Stevie and Don,

Jan and i were very saddened to hear of Steve's passing. Our hearts go out to all of you and your families. We know Steve is with the Lord and will always be with all of you as you go forward in life.
We have and will continue to deeply miss our wonderful neighbors down the street. We always knew that if we ever had problems or needed a hand, we could count on the Bergmans.
It was always an honor to take care of some of your beloved canines. We will always remember Louie, our girl Annie's boyfriend down the street.
We hope you can find strength and resolve in the legacy of Steve's abiding Faith. It was our privilege and a blessing to have been a friend and neighbor.

With Sincere Sympathy,
Tom and Jan

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