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Mrs. Ruth Krynock Bergman, 25, wife of James Berg¬ man of Elwell Road, died in Magruder hospital at 7:40 p.m. last night after a four days illness of flu. She was admitted to the hospital at 7:30, taken in by Neidecker Funeral Home.
An autopsy is being performed today to determine cause of death. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bergman, parents of two small children, had been ill at their home with flu for the past week.
Her body is at the Neidecker- Eberle-LeVeck funeral home where friends may call starting at 7 Sat¬ urday. The Rosary will be recited there at 8 Sunday.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 9:30 in the Greek Catho¬ lic church at Marblehead. The Rev. Fr. George Simchak will officiate, and burial will be -made in the church Cemetery.
Mrs. Bergman was born May 20,
1932, the daughter of Steve and Mary Kekelic Krynock. She is survived by her husband, James Bergman; a son, James, Jr., and a daughter, Debby; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Krynock; five brothers, Joe, John, George and Emil Krynock of Marblehead and Clarence of Gypsum; and four sis¬ ters, Mary Zura, Anna Ossovick' Helen Zura and Margaret Silver- wood, all of ivlarTjleliead,