Raymond John Bergmann, Jr., loving husband of 50 years of Eunice Gustafson Bergmann, passed away peacefully Jan. 14, at Yale New Haven Hospital. He was born in New Haven Jan. 8, 1941, a son of the late Raymond J. and Carol Peck Bergmann, Sr. and was a life long resident of Woodbridge. Raymond was employed with the Ed-Mor Electric Co. retiring in 1995. He was a member of Local Union # 90 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. He was a past member of the Woodbridge Fire Dept. in his early years. He enjoyed his home, being outside taking care of his yard and pool. His main priority and enjoyment was spending time with his family, close friends, and his kitty. He and his wife spent many years traveling to the Caribbean Islands for their vacation, where he enjoyed good food and relaxing on the beach. In recent years, he and his family enjoyed time together in Vermont. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his children and their spouses, Raymond J. (Sengdao) Bergmann, III of Bethel, CT., Christina (Richard) Quesenberry of Sparta, NJ. and his brother, John Bergmann of Windham, NH. Friends and relatives are invited to attend a memorial service and reception, Thursday Jan. 17, at 12 Noon in the Trinity Evangelical Church, 33 Center Rd., Woodbridge. Interment in Milfordside Cemetery will be private. Arrangements in care of BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE. HAMDEN. Donations in Mr. Bergmann's memory may be sent to the American Heart Assoc., 5 Brookside Dr., P.O. Box 5022, Wallingford, CT 06492.

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  1. Dear Bergmann Family,I am sorry to hear about Butch,he will sadly be missed by his cousins. I am glad that i got to talk to him two weeks ago and how a great cousin he was, I know that he is in heaven,visiting with Uncle Ray and Aunt Carol. also getting to see my mom and dad. He’s probably hanging out with Myles.

  2. To Eunice, Christina, Sengdao and Ray, Lorena, Kemi, Beco and Roberto will always have in our memories and heart, the kindness and spirit of Mr. Bergman. You will all be in our prayers and, please, receive our deepest condolences and a very close and heartly hug. The Ruiz-Bravo family.

  3. Eunice, Tom and I are deeply saddened to hear about the death of Raymond. He was so nice. May you be comforted by all of the loving memories of the beautiful life you had together. You were truly blessed in life with a loving husband and two beautiful children. God Bless You. Betty & Tom

  4. Daddy, I miss you so much. Some days are truly awful. I know you are in Heaven and looking down on me Jack, mommy and Cinderella. Just as you told me in your bedroom with your arms around me, Take Care of Mommy if something happens to you. Well I am. You would be proud. I know you never had to worry a/b her. She is surrounded by Jack and me and her friends, neighbors and your friends. Daddy, I love you. xxxooo

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