Msgt Brooks Michael Bergeron

May 5, 2022

Msgt Brooks Michael Bergeron (USMC Retired), born November 24, 1964 in Lafayette, Lousiana, to Howard Bergeron and Barbara Matthews, gained his wings on Monday, April 18, 2022, after a short illness.

Msgt. “Top Baj” Bergeron spent 24 years serving his Country Honorably. He was a “Marine’s Marine” and all who served with him will miss him dearly. Known as the crazy Cajun who could fish with a line tied to his foot! Brooks married Cheryl Lynn Wilson in June 1991 and were best friends till the end. He had a Bachelor’s of Science in business and wrote the schematics for the Marine ATC school after their relocation to NAS Pensacola, from Millington. He served in O.E.F. and was a member of MATCA after retiring. He will be remembered most for his ready smile, his crawfish boils and his ability to play any instrument he put his hands on. He was also the giver of thousands of “Jesus dollars” just to see you smile. His journey was short but his memory will be long. Fair winds Marine. Semper Fi

He is survived by his son, Beaux C. Bergeron and His daughter, Micheal Lynn Bergeron-Nelson; and many other family and devoted friends who loved him.

Memorial service will be held at Liberty Church, located at 2221 S. Blue Angel Parkway, on Friday, May 6, 2022 from 11:00AM – 12:00PM. There will be a Celebration of Life immediately after at 12:00PM. Pastor Wayne Butts and Pastor Matt Mills will be officiating. Inurnment will follow at Barrancas National Cemetery, NAS Pensacola, FL.

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