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Date Listed: July 6
Newspaper ID #0001105640-01
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In Loving Memory of Anne G. Bergman Anne had a loving, exciting, and rewarding life. She was born on a farm in Poland and her childhood was similar to the film, Fiddler on the Roof. Her classmates called her "The American Girl" because Anne always dreamed of coming to the United States. Her family later moved to Belgium, where Anne studied theater and dance. After immigrating to the USA, Anne lived in New York and performed in Yiddish Theater under her maiden name, Anne G. Sterling. She was fluent in Polish, Yiddish, German, and French. Anne worked with Celia Adler (The First Lady of Yiddish Theater) in Vu Iz Mayn Kind (Where is My Child)? She also acted in Der Yiddishe Koenig Lear (The Yiddish King Lear), etc. Anne later lived in Hollywood, California where she knew movie stars Don Ameche, Eddie Cantor, and Sabu. Anne was very beautiful and her friends in California called her, "The Polish Ava Gardner." She had unaccredited roles in 12 American films (usually playing a beautiful dancing Gypsy girl), such as: The Wolfman, and Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman. During World War II, Anne volunteered at the USO and The Walter Reed Military Hospital; visiting and cheering up wounded soldiers. In 1946, Anne married the love of her life, US Army war hero, Sgt. Hyman (Hank) Bergman. They remained married for 64 years. In Baltimore, Maryland, Anne managed her family table pad businesses. After moving to Miami Beach, Anne was an apartment building manager, worked as an election's clerk, was a member of the PTA and managed her son, Sherman's career. Anne remained independent, healthy, attractive, and happy her entire life. She was a kind and loving person. Ma, I miss you and I love you. Your son, Sherman
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