An Update Regarding COVID-19 

We would like to reassure our families that Bergeron’s will continue to remain open to serve our communities during this time of uncertainty. We are striving to keep our community, our families, and our staff safe. 

The government has taken measures to limit public gatherings to very small groups, and we are trying to ensure that the number of people entering the funeral home remains within those guidelines. We ask our families to please call before coming in, so we can provide you with information and options in regards to the funeral arrangement and safety for all.

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Marilyn  Conrad

Marilyn Conrad

August 28th, 1942 - May 18th, 2019
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Marilyn Carrol Conrad, resident of Dawson Creek and formerly Vancouver, passed away on May 18, 2019 at the age of 76. She was born in Vancouver on August 28, 1942 to William and Mary Meikle, and was the second eldest of four children.

Marilyn was a generous and hardworking person, owning and operating multiple business during her life. Marilyn’s father owned a sign business in the late 1950s, which inspired Marilyn to start the business Signs & Things after moving to Dawson Creek.

She had a wonderful sense of humor and had a love for animals. Marilyn was a quiet person, keeping to herself and loved to garden. She was well read and artistic, especially enjoying drawing and painting. Marilyn’s talents were often displayed in the portraits of her grandchildren.

Marilyn is fondly remembered by her daughters Pam Messerli (Russ Ramsey) and Leslie Fry; grandchildren Devon Messerli, Samantha McNabb; Lindsay Wellings, and Ian, Colin, and Branden Fry; great-grandchild Audree Wood; brother Pat (Brenda) Meikle, nieces Kasey (Scott) Gorski and Christine Lew, and great-niece and nephew Shaye and Connor Lew. Marilyn is predeceased by her son Gary Messerli.

No service will be held at Marilyn’s request.
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Karen McGowan

Posted at 04:31pm
Marilyn was a dear friend for almost 40 years. She was always there for me when I needed a listening ear or a kick in the rear. Marilyn was artistic, well read, compassionate, loyal, and delightfully sarcastic. I will miss her more than I can say, but I know that she is resting in God's memory and I will see her again. Love and prayers of calm for Pam, Leslie and family.

Heather Porrill

Posted at 02:24pm
So sorry to hear of the loss of Marilyn, she will always be remembered by me as a person that loved her pets.

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