Georgie Ann (Macha) Bergen

Georgie Ann (Macha) Bergen, 85, passed away on February 7, 2021. She was born on December 4, 1935 in Wallis, Texas to Theodore Frank Macha and Annie Mary (Prazak) Macha. She was a long-time member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Richmond. Her hobbies included crocheting, playing dominoes and testing her luck at Coushatta. She was a secretary at A.S.C.S. for many years. She was also a talented seamstress at Trudy’s Boutique in Houston. This loving mother, “Momo” known as to her grandchildren, sister and friend will truly be missed.

In addition to her parents, Georgie is preceded in death by her husband, George; and sisters, Frances Demny and Mary Jane Macha.

Survivors include her children Deb Chappell and Michael Bergen and his wife, Connie; sister Annie Myer; grandchildren, Austin Chappell and Kristyn Bergen; special friends and caregivers, Joe & Glory Thompson; along with extended family and a host of friends.

Due to current COVID-19 Restrictions, the Bergen Family will gather for private services at Sacred Heart Catholic Church followed by burial at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Rosenberg.

Words of condolence may be left for the family at www.davisgreenlawnfh.com

The family welcomes donations to Alzheimer’s Association @ https://www.alz.org/ as an expression of sympathy instead of flowers.

Arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Greenlawn Funeral Home, 3900 B.F. Terry Blvd., Rosenberg, Texas 77471, Phone: 281-341-8800.

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