James Wilson “Will” Bergman, Jr., of Scottsboro, passed away on September 18, 2017.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, September 21, 2017 from the Scottsboro First United Methodist Church. Dr. Steve Screws, Rev. Bryan Tanck and Micaiah Tanck officiated. Interment followed in the Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Bergman is survived by his parents, Jim and Jane Bergman; siblings, Jon and Kelli Bergman, Jacob Bergman; niece and nephew, Mary Jacobs Bergman, Riggs Bergman; aunts and uncles, Jeptha Moody, Deborah Moody, Jack Moody, Emily Moody, Mark Bergman, Pat Bergman, Eddie Bergman and Tracy Harlow; grandmothers, Virginia Bergman, Glenda Moody; and cousins, Mary Jeanne Moody, Rice Moody, Hannah Moody, Adair Moody, Elizabeth Moody, Sarah Grace Moody, Aubrey Freeman, Josh Freeman, Kimberly Bergman, Amy Bergman, Kathleen Bergman, Alex Bergman.
Mr. Bergman was preceded in death by his grandparents, Jeanne Jacobs Moody, Jeptha E. Moody, Jr., Sue Wilson Bergman and James R. Bergman.
Will loved his family and he loved people. He never met a stranger and always had a big smile for everyone. A passionate fisherman and duck hunter, Will was in love with the Tennessee River. Will graduated from Scottsboro high School in 1998. He was an Eagle Scout. He attended Auburn University, where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He was also a long time employee at Big C Drugs, and loved working there, where he was surrounded by old friends and always made new ones.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Sadie’s Fund to benefit cancer patients in North Alabama, or to Nourish One Child sponsored by First United Church.

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