Dale Bergstrom

Obituary of Dale N. Bergstrom

Dale N Bergstrom passed away on March 4, 2024 at the age of 84 years.  Dale was born on September 27, 1939 to Norman and Linnea Bergstrom in Jackson, Michigan.  They moved to Grand Rapids where he grew up and graduated from Creston High School.  He then joined the USAF and served in Alaska as a Radio Repairman.  After his discharge in 1961, he was hired by IBM as a Customer Service Representative at Michigan Bell Telephone where he met the love of his life, Roxanne Morgan. They were married December 30, 1961 and over the years were blessed with four children. IBM provided the opportunity for Dale and his family to live in many different states during his 30-year career.  They moved to New York, North Carolina, Illinois, Michigan, California and finally ended up in Arizona.  He retired from IBM in 1991 as a system analyst but continued to work for them as a temporary employee for many years.  In 2003, Dale and Roxanne moved to Lake Havasu to enjoy boating and fishing.   Dale was an avid deer hunter and traveled to Michigan for the deer season until his eyes failed.

Dale was predeceased by his daughter, Karen Overmyer. Dale is survived by his wife of 62 yrs, Roxanne Bergstrom, his children, Doreen Osborne, Sandra Barragan and Andrew(Carmen)Bergstrom, and his brother Bruce (Mary Jane) Bergstrom.  Dale has 11 grandchildren, Nicholas (Alexandra)Barragan, Nathan(Sabrina) Barragan, Natalia(Drew)Campbell, Alek(Tara)Barragan, Aimee Barragan, Elizabeth(Travis)Leech, Madeline Mager, Matthew Bergstrom, Patricia(Ryan) Granillo, Leanne(Peter)Johnston and Theresa Overmyer.  Dale also has 13 great-grandchildren, Allissandra, Desiray, Jacey, Caleb, Chase, Caylin, Everett, Alivia, Raegan, Riley, Landon, Luna, Aelius.


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Memorial Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Saturday, March 16, 2024
Bring's Broadway Chapel
6910 East Broadway Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona, United States
(520) 296-7193
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