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STRIEDER, Gabrielle Lee, infant daughter of Rodney and Deena (Anderson) Strieder of Kearney, died at birth Saturday, Sept. 17, 2005
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Services Friday, October 7, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Survivors include: parents; grandparents, Leiton and Debra Anderson of Kearney and Bruno and Agnes Strieder of Ravenna
Was preceded in death by her great-grandparents
Kearney Hub, 5 October, 2005

ALKIRE, Iva Sue (Houston), 54, of Kearney died Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005, at her home
Memorial services: Friday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Born: March 15, 1951, in St. Louis
Parents: Thomas and Gusta Houston
Survivors include her husband, Aaron; sons, Patrick Main of Florence, Colo., and Tommy Thompson of Omaha; brothers, Max Houston and Scott Houston, both of St. Louis; sister, Barbara Smith of Council Bluffs, Iowa; stepson, Trevor of Minden; and stepdaughters, Traci Smith of Salem, S.D., and Tonya Nickel of Gibbon
Kearney Hub, 28 September, 2005

CLEVENGER, Marian F., 87, of Shelton died Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005, at a private care facility in Shelton
Graveside services: Wednesday, Riverside Cemetery in Gibbon
Mortuary: Godberson of Gibbon/Shelton
Born Aug. 10, 1918, in Comstock
Parents: James and Francis (Fisher) Yockey
Married: March 19, 1938, to Eddie Clevenger. He died in 2002
Survivors include: son, Eddie of Shelton; daughter, Sherril Cline of Gibbon; brothers, Bob of Montesano, Wash., and Warren of Redlands, Calif.; four grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 26 September, 2005

CRISS, Harlan "Rusty", 79, of Gibbon died Monday, Sept. 26, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Wednesday, O'Brien-Straat-mann-Apfel Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Broken Bow Cemetery, military rites
Memorials designated later
Born March 24, 1926, in Broken Bow
Parents: Harlan and Eva Jane (Henman) Criss
Family moved to a ranch and lived in a sod house north of Ringold; attended District 7 McPherson County School until age 12; returned to Broken Bow and attended school there
Military: U.S. Navy, 1943-1947; achieved the rank of petty officer third class, served on two aircraft carriers and the USS LSM 66
Married: Shirley Piper in Broken Bow
Married: April 24, 1965, to Jean (Covert) Hebb
With second wife lived in Kearney, worked for and later retired from Cash-Wa Distributing
Activities: enjoyed spending time with his family; enjoyed the outdoors, camping and doing yardwork; member of the United Veterans Club of Grand Island
Survivors include his wife; sons, Daniel Hebb of Kearney, Michael of Sargent, Ronald of Johnson Lake and Steven of Blue Eye, Mo.; daughters, Cheryl Casey of Branson, Mo., Carrie of Kearney, Marlana Karash of Oxford, Sandra King of Arcadia and Rhonda Harrison of Wood River; sister, Delores Kowalewski of Gibbon; 19 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren; also his daughters-in-law, Mardell Hebb of Kearney, Carolyn of Sargent and Paula of Blue Eye; sons-in-law, Randy Karash of Oxford, Raymond King of Arcadia and Jim Harrison of Wood River; and brother-in-law, Emil Kowalewski of Gibbon
Was preceded in death by his parents
Kearney Hub, 27 September, 2005

MASON, Barbara R., 58, of Kearney died Sunday, Sept. 25, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Graveside services: Thursday, Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner, Kearney
Memorials designated later
Born Sept. 29, 1946, in Mason City
Parents: Leslie and Hazel (Hendrickson) McAlevy
Attended school in Anselmo and at Platte Valley Academy in Shelton
Married: March 7, 1969, to Gary W. Mason in Lincoln. He died in 2001
Lived in Gibbon, then moved to Kearney; worked at Bob's Superstore, then as a baker at Wal-Mart
Activities: liked to draw and read and enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren
Survivors include her son, Aaron of Kearney; daughters, Shawn Pruitt and Natalie Rookstool, both of Kearney; brother, Dave McAlevy of Holstein; sisters, Beth Fisher of Wood River, Jan Switzer of Anselmo and Judi Coons of Loveland, Colo.; and nine grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, seven brothers and two sisters
Kearney Hub, 27 September, 2005

MICKELSEN, Ray W., 73, of Kearney died Sunday, Sept. 25, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Memorial services: Thursday, Faith United Methodist Church
Burial: later
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Memorials: Faith United Methodist Church, Press On Community Center or the Nebraska Boys Ranch
Born May 16, 1932, at the family home northeast of Kearney
Parents: Milton and Dorothy (Fox) Mickelsen
Grew up in the Kearney area, graduated from Kearney High School in 1951
Attended Kearney State College
Military: U.S. Air Force, 1952-1955, during the Korean War
Married: Aug. 31, 1958, to Rosalee Welty in Kearney
Farmed for 50 years on the same land that has been in the family for more than 100 years
Activities: member of Faith United Methodist Church; raced micro midget race cars and then modified stock cars and was sponsored by Culligan Water Conditioning of Kearney; enjoyed farming, having coffee with friends and spending time with his grandkids
Survivors include his wife; son, David of Kearney; daughters, Jane Rasmussen of Pleasanton and Krista Webster of Waverly; brother, Clyde of Kearney; and sister, Ruth Chism of Kearney; also grandchildren, Zackary, Nicole and Kylee Rasmussen of Pleasanton and Avery and Hunter Webster of Waverly; son-in-law, Keith Rasmussen of Pleasanton; and sister-in-law, Joan E. Mickelsen of Kearney
Was preceded in death by his parents and a daughter, Julia in 1971
Kearney Hub, 28 September, 2005

PETERSON, Mildred, 73, of Kearney died Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005, at St. John's Good Samaritan Center
Services: Wednesday, Westminster Presbyterian Church in Minden
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel
Memorials to Fort Kearney Shrine Club Transportation Fund
Born April 14, 1932, in the Gibbon area
Parents: Orville and Laura (Strong) Walter
Grew up in Odessa and attended Odessa School
Married: June 19, 1948, to Edwin Garrelts in Kearney. He died Aug. 18, 1965
Married: June 11, 1981, to Richard Peterson in Kearney
Worked at the Landmark Restaurant for 10 years and at Good Samaritan Hospital for three years
With second husband lived in Norman; moved to Kearney in 1986
Activities: member of the church in Minden, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and the women's circle at the church; loved antiques, traveling, puzzles, reading and cats
Survivors include her husband; sons, Lyle Garrelts of Grand Island and Wayne Garrelts and Richard Garrelts, both of Kearney; daughters, Susan Adams of Elm Creek and Janet Barnum of Stapleton; sister, Carol Roth of Arizona City, Ariz.; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; stepdaughters, Cheryl Mortimer of St. Paul and Diane Giuliano of Kearney; four stepgrandchildren; and three stepgreat-grandchildren; also daughters-in-law, Deborah Garrelts of Grand Island and Barb Garrelts and Mary Garrelts, both of Kearney; sons-in-law, Mike Adams of Elm Creek and Dave Barnum of Stapleton; stepsons-in-law, Tom Mortimer of St. Paul and Dave Giuliano of Kearney; and brother-in-law, Don Roth of Arizona City
Was preceded in death by her first husband, her parents and her sister, Bernice Walter
Kearney Hub, 27 September, 2005

RATHE, Roland S., 87, of Lincoln died Friday, Sept. 23, 2005, in Lincoln
Services: Wednesday, at Butherus, Maser and Love Funeral Home in Lincoln
Burial: Kearney Cemetery. Memorials to the Diabetes Association or UNK Foundation
Born Aug. 15, 1918, in Sauk Centre, Minn.
Parents: William and Pauline (Selensky) Rathe
Military: US Army during World War II
Married Lilah Frederick. She preceded him in death
Was a retired professor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney business department
Activities: member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Kearney, a lifetime member of the National Educational Association, a lifetime member of the Nebraska State Educational Association and of American Legion Post 52 in Kearney and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 15028
Survivors include his sons, William of Lincoln and Robert of Torrance, Calif.; daughter, Betty of Greeley, Colo.; brother, Donald of Cedar Falls, Iowa; five grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and two stepgrandchildren; also daughter-in-law, Sandra of Lincoln
Was preceded in death by a son, Loren and his parents
Kearney Hub, 26 September, 2005

ZIMMERMAN, Helen M., 90, of Kearney died Monday, Sept. 26, 2005, at Mother Hull Home
Services: Thursday at Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Memorials to the Good Samaritan Hospital Cancer Fund
Born July 28, 1915, on the family farm north of Ravenna
Parents: Adolph and Bessie (Sheble) Pazdernik
Was raised in the Ravenna area, attended rural schools near Ravenna
Married: Nov. 27, 1933, to Clarence Zimmerman in Grand Island. He died Feb. 18, 1977
With husband, farmed in the Riverdale area until his death
Moved to Lexington, then to Kearney in March 2005
Activities: member of the Riverdale Christian Church and the Eagles Ladies Auxiliary
Survivors include her daughters, Sharon Rall and Joan Finke, both of Kearney; sister, Rose Chandler of Riverdale; 13 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren; also sons-in-law, Marvin Rall and Carl Finke, both of Kearney; grandsons, Doug, Steve and Scott Finke; and granddaughters, Debbie Goodenberger, Cindy Sayler and Sue Rall
Was preceded in death by her husband; a granddaughter, Lori Jo Rall on June 16, 1995; four brothers; and three sisters
Kearney Hub, 28 September, 2005

DAVIS, Beulah C., 84, of Leavenworth, Kansas, died Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005, at Country Care on Broadway Nursing Home in Leavenworth
Services: Sept. 16 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Leavenworth
Burial: Sunset Memorial Cemetery in Leavenworth
Mortuary: Barnett-Larkin-Brown Funeral Home in Leavenworth
Born Sept. 10, 1921, in Poole, Neb.
Parents: Karl and Frieda (Reese) Jochem
Married: Oct. 22, 1947, to Bert Davis in Kansas City, Mo. He died Oct. 29, 1981
Survivors include her sisters, Rosella Lammers of Kearney, Neb., and Bernice Peterson of Cheyenne, Wyo.; also brothers-in-law, Warren Lammers of Kearney and Ken Peterson of Cheyenne; sisters-in-law, Fran Jochem of Belgrade, Mont., Toby Jochem of Milwaukee and Anna May Willingham of Goleta, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her husband, and brothers, Robert Jochem and Raymond Jochem
Kearney Hub, 28 September, 2005

HUBER, Deborah A. "Deb", 53, of Kearney died Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Monday, Grace Fellowship
Burial: Forrest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel
Memorials to Grace Fellowship or Operation Blessing
Born Jan. 11, 1952, in Sioux City, Iowa
Parents: Kurt and Marjie (Crumley) Rosenwinkel
Grew up in Omaha and McCook; graduated from McCook High School; received her bachelor's and a master's in speech language pathology at Kearney State College and a master's in audiology at the University of Northern Colorado
Married: Nov. 7, 1992 to Hugh Huber in Kearney
Was an audiologist at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and ESU 10 before retiring
Activities: attended Grace Fellowshi
Survivors include her husband; her father of Omaha; and sister, Mary Reiners of Plattsmouth; also brother-in-law, Tom Reiners of Plattsmouth; and nephews Jonathan and Kevin Reiners of Plattsmouth
Was preceded in death by her mother
Kearney Hub, 1 October, 2005

WILKE, Vernon, 86, of Kearney died Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Graveside services: Saturday, Overton Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials to the Good Samaritan Hospital Cancer Fund
Born Feb. 3, 1919, in Kearney
Parents: Daniel and Hazel (Shottenkirk) Wilke
Family moved to Dix, where he received his education
During the war, worked in an aircraft manufacturing plant in Baltimore building planes for the war
Moved back to Kearney in 1945; has been a resident of the Overton/Kearney area since that time; was employed as a truck driver for the Grantham Oil Co. for 33 years, retired in 1980
Married: Aug. 29, 1980, to Helen Priel in Overton. She died Feb. 12, 2005
Activities: past member of Kearney Elks Lodge 984 and the Kearney Eagles
Survivors include a sister, Theora Grantham of Kearney; also a niece, nine nephews, several great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins and friends
Was preceded in death by his wife; two brothers, Virgil and Erwin; and two sisters, Grace Chambers and Doreen Meyerott
Kearney Hub, 30 September, 2005

BURR, Walter "Dutch", 88, of Kearney, formerly of Eddyville, died Friday, Sept. 30, 2005, at Southview Manor in Cozad
Services: Tuesday, Eddyville Community Center
Burial: Greenwood Cemetery in Lexington
Mortuary: Reynolds-Love Funeral Home, Lexington
Memorials: Eddyville United Methodist Church, Sumner Rescue Unit or the donor's choice. Born June 22, 1917, in Turin, Iowa
Parents: Christian and Frieda (Beth) Burr
Moved with his family to the Eddyville area in 1920; graduated from Eddyville High School in 1937
Grew up in the farming business, farmed until 1970; started working for Co-op and later became manager of the Eddyville Co-op
Married: Nov. 12, 1939, to Erma McClintick in Eddyville. She died Feb. 18, 1953
Married: Sept. 10, 1966, to Sylvia Reier Keyser in Eddyville
Activities: was a neat and well-organized man; enjoyed hunting, fishing and horses; enjoyed spending time with children, even driving a school bus for many years, but he especially loved his grandchildren; also enjoyed gardening and dancing; played on the Eddyville baseball team; took great pride in watching his grandkids and great-grandkids participate in sports
Survivors include his wife; sons, Bill Keyser of Ord, Jerry of Sumner, Mick Keyser of Clear Lake, Iowa, and David of Eddyville; daughters, Mary Ann Moritz of Lexington and Jan Beerbohm of Kearney; brother, Robert of Gibbon; 17 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren; also daughters-in-law, Carol Keyser of Ord, Kathie of Sumner, Jacque Keyser of Clear Lake and David of Eddyville; sons-in-law, Gary Moritz of Lexington and Gene Beerbohm of Kearney; and sisters-in-law, Ilis and Elaine, both of Gibbon
Was preceded in death by his first wife; parents; a son, Benjamin; sisters, Ida and Sophia and an infant, Ruth; and brothers, William and Roy
Kearney Hub, 3 October, 2005

PALLETT, Joy B., 94, of Kearney died Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Graveside services: Saturday, Overton Cemetery
Born: Oct. 4, 1910, at home in Dawson County
Parents: Arthur and Ollie (Courter) Bird
Attended rural schools in the area and graduated from Overton High School in 1926
Married: Feb. 26, 1933, to Beryl Pallett; later divorced
Moved to Kearney in 1932; worked at several Kearney restaurants, including the City Cafe
Activities: member of First Presbyterian Church in Kearney; had done volunteer work with the Red Cross Blood Mobile and enjoyed baking cookies
Survivors include her son, Porter of Seffner, Fla.; daughter, Patricia Misener of Kearney; seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren; also daughter-in-law, Nadine Pallett of Seffner
Was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister
Kearney Hub, 30 September, 2005

GEIGER, Robert "Bob", 60, of Kearney died Friday, Sept. 30, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Tuesday, New Life Assembly in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery, military honors
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel
Memorials to the American Heart Association
Born June 20, 1945, in Beatrice
Parents: William and Cecelia (Elbert) Geiger
Grew up in Beatrice, received his education at St. Joseph's High School; attended Peru State College and Kearney State College
Mililtary: U.S. Navy July 12, 1963 - June 28, 1967; served during the Vietnam War, earning the rank of AG-3
Married: Aug. 18, 1972, to Judith Jeffries in Kearney
Worked worked for NTV in Loup City; later moved to Kearney, continued to be a weatherman for NTV and worked weekends at KGFW radio; moved to Lexington, 1975, worked for KRVN radio as an announcer; returned to Kearney in 1981, worked for NTV until his death
Activities: member of the Church of Christ; received many broadcast awards; enjoyed camping and listening to CDs and was known for his photography
Survivors include his wife; son, Jordan of Kearney; daughter, Melissa Geiger-Williamson of Fremont; brothers, William of Kansas City, Kan., Bernard of Bloomingdale, Ohio, Jim of Austin, Texas, Jerry of Omaha and Paul of Chicago; and sister, Olive of Colorado Springs, Colo.; also son-in-law, Bruce Williamson of Fremont; grandson, Derek Williamson of Fremont; and father-in-law, Gene Jeffries of Broken Bow
Was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Rosemary
Kearney Hub, 3 October, 2005

PSOTA, Raymond, 87, of Ravenna died Friday, Sept. 30, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Graveside services: Wednesday, Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen Mortuary, Ravenna
Born Sept. 23, 1918, in Sherman County
Parents: James and Elizabeth (Wagner) Psota
Was educated in rural Sherman County
Military: U. S. Army Air Corps, 1942-1943
Married: Aug. 30, 1943, to Marcella Skala in Smith Center, Kan.
Lived on his mother's family homestead in Sherman County; farmed and worked as a carpenter with Earl Wagner and worked as a mechanic in Adolph Hervert's implement dealership
Survivors include his wife; daughter, Iris Luth of Ravenna; and sister, Helen Chlewski of Stapleton; also son-in-law, Steve Luth of Ravenna; grandson Doyle and his wife Cami Roach of Ravenna; great-grandchildren, Olivia and Cody Roach of Ravenna; stepgrandchildren, Stephenie, Brent and Josh Luth; and nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, James Jr.
Kearney Hub, 1 October, 2005

BECKER, Bertha Jane, 96, of Elm Creek died Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005, at Heritage Hall Nursing Home in Broken Bow
Services: Saturday, Elm Creek Christian Church
Burial: Elm Creek Cemetery
Mortuary: Govier Brothers in Broken Bow
Born Dec. 16, 1908, on a farm northwest of Elm Creek
Parents: Fred and Mae (Parker) Pflaum
Attended all 12 grades in Elm Creek School; graduated from Kearney State Teachers College in 1963
Married: Sept. 16, 1927, to Edward Becker. He died Oct. 25, 1972
Survivors include her daughters, Alta Bentley of Miller and Betty Richards of Riley, Kan.; sisters, Agnesmae Weible of Montico, Calif., and Marie Lamb of Casper, Wyo.; six grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren; also her sons-in-law, Keith Bentley of Miller, Walter Richards of Riley and Vernon Smith of Lexington
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Luella Smith of Lexington; a brother; three sisters; a grandson, Alan Richards of Brownsville, Texas; and three great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 6 October, 2005

COX, Vera, 95, of Lincoln, formerly of Ravenna, died Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005, in Lincoln
Services: Saturday, Ravenna United Methodist Church
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery, Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussenin Ravenna
Born May 21, 1910, on a farm near Ravenna
Parents: Paul and Nora (Rhine) Muhlbach
Her early education was at Sodtown and Fairview Schools; graduated from Ravenna High School in 1929
Received her teaching certificate in 1929, began her seven-year teaching career in rural schools near Pleasanton and Ravenna
Married: June 9, 1934, to LaVerne Cox in Mankato, Kan. He preceded her in death
During the war, became postmistress for the St. Michael Post Office; became the rural carrier for the St. Michael route and later had the Boelus and Ravenna routes
Activities: active member of the Ravenna United Methodist Church for more than 70 years; participated in many of the church activities and shared in the responsibilities; member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Pleasant View Aid, Buffalo and Hall County extension clubs, the St. Michael Thimble Club and was a 4-H club leader
Survivors include her son, Larry of Ravenna; daughter, Alona Schmid of Lincoln; 10 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren; also daughter-in-law, Alice of Ravenna; and son-in-law, Harvey Schmid of Lincoln
Was preceded in death by her husband; parents; brother, Leo; and sisters, Lillian, Ruth, Ruby and baby Pearl
Kearney Hub, 6 October, 2005

DYE, Ernest "Leland" Dye, 75, and Willa "Lois" Dye, 68, both of Gibbon, died Monday, Oct. 3, 2005, near Gibbon as the result of a vehicle accident
Services: Friday, Gibbon Baptist Church
Burial: Meade (Kan.) Cemetery, military honors for Leland
Mortuary: Fidler-Orme-Bachman Mortuary in Meade and O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel in Kearney
Memorials to Gibbon Baptist Church
They were members of Gibbon Baptist Church, Cushman Club and Camping Club; enjoyed camping, traveling and listening to books on tape while they traveled; enjoyed the time they spent with their family, especially their grandchildren and great-grandchildren
Survivors include their son, William of Canon City, Colo.; and daughter, Cindy of Gibbon; also daughter-in-law, Debbie of Canon City; grandchildren, Christopher of Gibbon, Scott, Angela (Dye) Sickler and husband, Chad, all of Canon City, and Elijah McFarland of Gibbon; and great-grandchildren, Brayton and Alexander Sickler, both of Canon City
Were preceded in death by a son, Jeffrey Scott; and a daughter, Jeanette Marie
ERNEST: born April 15, 1930, in Meade
Parents: Ernest and Helen (Holdeman) Dye
Grew up in Meade, graduated from Meade High School in 1948
Military: U.S. Army, May 17, 1951 - May 7, 1953; earned the rank of corporal while serving in the Korean War
Lived in Meade and later moved to Hutchinson, Kan., where he worked for BP&H Tractor; moved to Gibbon in 1969, worked at the turkey farm; was later a self-employed auto mechanic, then went to work at the turkey plant; later worked for the city of Gibbon as a maintenance supervisor for 17 years, retired in 1997 Member of Veterans of Foreign Wars
Survived by brothers John, Francis and Norman, all of Meade, and Don of Gibbon; also sisters-in-law Wynema and Nancy, both of Meade
Was also preceded in death by his parents
LOIS born May 27, 1937, in Meade
Parents: William and Margaret (Hickey) Heskett
Married: July 18, 1954, in Meade
Grew up in Meade, graduated from Meade High School in 1955
Worked at various places, but especially enjoyed her work as a CNA at Good Samaritan Hospital and at the Family Planning Clinic
Served as chairman of the Mission Board
Survivors inclued her mother, of Gibbon; brothers, Tom Heskett of Joplin, Mo., and Dale Heskett of Rockwall, Texas; and sister, Alice Clifft of Hugoton, Kan.; also sisters-in-law Vivian of Joplin and Rhea of Rockwall
Was also preceded in death by her father and a brother, James Rex Heskett
Kearney Hub, 6 October, 2005

OSTERDAY, Ina, 58, of Omaha, formerly of Kearney, died Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005, at Immanuel Medical Center in Omaha
Services: Friday, First Lutheran Church, Brookings, S.D.
Burial: church cemetery
Mortuary: Eidsness Funeral Home in Brookings
Born March 29, 1947, in Hendricks, Minn.
Parents: Earl and Martha (Slattenow) Shadewald
Lived with her family on farms and attended school in Toronto, S.D.; moved to Brookings when she was in sixth grade; lived in Bowdle, S.D., for two years before moving back to Brookings, where she graduated from high school
Married: June 10, 1978, to Jerry Osterday in Kearney
Lived in Kearney 18 years, owned Check-Rite.
Moved to Omaha in 1993
Survivors include her husband; son, Byron Bauer of Omaha; brothers, Tom Shadewald of Norfolk and Herb Shadewald of Brookings; and four grandchildren; also daughter-in-law, Denise Bauer of Omaha; and sister-in-law, Kay Shadewald of Brookings
Was preceded in death by her parents
Kearney Hub, 6 October, 2005

ZIMMERMAN, Esther L., 89, of Kearney died Friday, Oct. 7, 2005, at Mount Carmel Home
Services: Tuesday, First Lutheran Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Services: Tuesday, First Lutheran Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery. Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials to First Lutheran Church or Mount Carmel Home in Kearney
Born March 20, 1916, in Riverdale
Parents: Christ and Minnie (Raup) Schake
Was baptized and confirmed at Peake Lutheran Church north of Riverdale; graduated from Riverdale High School; received her two-year teaching certificate from Kearney State Teachers College
Married: Jan. 11, 1943, to Gilbert Zimmerman. He died in 1973
Later received her master's degree from Kearney State Teachers College and taught in many Buffalo County rural schools, at Zion Lutheran and at Kearney Public Schools
After husband's death, owned and operated Zimmerman Printing; fully retired from teaching in 1979, devoteed full time to the print shop
Activities: member of First Lutheran Church, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and the B.P.O. Does
Survivors include her daughter, Rosella Meier of Kearney; brother, Harvey Schake of Hardin, Mont.; and sisters, Rose Bragg of Kearney, Lora Swearingen of Kimball and Mabel George of Columbus; also son-in-law, William Meier of Kearney; granddaughters, Kelli Meier of Phoenix and Kambi Meier of Denver; sister-in-law, Diane Schake of Hardin; and brother-in-law, Kenny George of Columbus. Was preceded in death by her husband; brothers, George and Art Schake; and sister, Minnie Vowers.
Kearney Hub, 10 October, 2005

HEMMANN, Martin E., 73, of Amherst died Sunday, Oct. 9, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Thursday, Trinity Lutheran Church, Amherst
Burial: Stanley Cemetery in Amherst, military honors
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials to Trinity Lutheran Church, the Amherst Fire Department or Amherst Public Schools
Born Jan. 9, 1932, on the family farm near Amherst
Parents: Oscar and Anna (Rusch) Hemmann
Attended rural schools near Amherst, then helped on the farm
Military: U.S. Army on May 1, 1952-March 20, 1954; served during the Korean War
After discharge, returned to the farm
Married: May 28, 1982, to Rosemary (Jeffers) Taubenheim in Amherst
Worked at Eaton Corp. as an auto tender; retired in the mid-1990s
Activities: memmber of Trinity Lutheran Church in Amherst and American Legion Post 351 in Miller; served on the Board of Elders, served as an usher and sang in the church choir at Trinity Lutheran for several years
Survivors include his wife; sons, Glenn Taubenheim of Grant, Timothy Taubenheim of Amherst and Kent Taubenheim of Elwood; brothers, Gerhard of Amherst and Reinhold of Kearney; sister, Esther Jameson of Amherst; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren; also daughters-in-law, Bonnie Taubenheim of Grant, Janice Taubenheim of Amherst and Tammy Kratzer of Riverdale
Was preceded in death by his parents; son, Gregory; and a brother
Kearney Hub, 12 October, 2005

WEBSTER, James F., Sr., 74, of Kearney died Sunday, Oct. 9, 2005, at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Omaha
Services: Friday, O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell, military honors by the North Platte Veterans Group
Memorials designated later
Born July 12, 1931, in Pattonville, Texas
Parents: Leon and Lois (Bradford) Webster
Attended school in Paris, Texas
Military: U.S. Army, Nov. 24, 1948 - June 6, 1952, served in Korea; U.S. Air Force, October 1955 - April 30, 1958
Married: April 27, 1963, to Margie Foster in Great Bend, Kan.
Worked at Royal Plastics in Minden, also worked construction on the Buffalo County Courthouse, Horizon Middle School, Kearney High School and Wal-Mart; also worked at the Holiday Inn in Kearney; retired in 1996
Activities: was a Husker fan and enjoyed coin collecting, travel and his family; member of the Disabled American Veterans and American Legion Post 52 in Kearney; helped organize the Korean War reunion
Survivors include his wife; sons, James Jr., Kerry and Shannon, all of Kearney, and Robert of Wichita, Kan.; daughter, Christine Welsh of Kearney; brother, John Murphy of Burbank, Calif., and eight grandchildren; also daughters-in-law, Kimberly of Kearney and Luz of Wichita; sister-in-law, Claryce Bebb of Kearney; and brother-in-law, David Foster of Kearney
Was preceded in death by his father, Leon; mother, Lois Jordan; and two stepfathers, John Murphy and Guy Jordan
Kearney Hub, 13 October, 2005

MURPHY, Sue Carol, 58, of Kearney died Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Friday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Prairie Home Cemetery in Holdrege
Memorials designated later
Born Jan. 23, 1947, in Holdrege
Parents: David and Charlotte (Renquist) Shively
Grew up in Holdrege, graduated from Holdrege High School
Lived in Denver; moved to Scottsbluff, was employed at Vic's Pizza Palace; moved to Holdrege, was employed at Christian Homes
Went through alcohol treatment at Valley Hope, 1981, and started her new life
Married: Aug. 24, 1981, to Dennis Murphy in Holdrege
Moved to Kearney in 1983 and started S&M Painting Company
Activities: attended Family of Christ Lutheran Church; a member of Alcoholics Anonymous
Survivors include her husband; sons, Robert Corder of Gibbon and Jessie of Kearney; daughter, Debra Wohlers of Holdrege; her mother, of Holdrege; brother, Craig Shively of Holdrege; sister, Kathie Schnell of Blue Hill; and half brother, Jimmie Hansen of Lincoln; son-in-law, Randy Wohlers of Holdrege; and granddaughter, Nicole Clements of Holdrege
Was preceded in death by her father; half brother, Rod Hansen; and son-in-law, Richard Clements Jr.
Kearney Hub, 13 October, 2005

GOTOBED, Kenneth Samuel, 81, of Centennial, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005, at his home in Centennial
Services were Monday in Centennial
Memorials: the Kenneth Gotobed and Ilene Refshauge Gotobed Scholarship Fund at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, or Cherry Hills Community Church, Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Born Oct. 4, 1924, in Kearney
Parents: Phillip and Darleen (Hyde-man) Gotobed
Attended Center country school, graduated from Kearney High School in 1942; one year at Kearney State College
Military: U.S. Marine Corps; served as a navigator on a B-25 for the Marine Corps commandant during World War II
Married: Nov. 26, 1948, to Ilene Refshauge in York, Neb.
Attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., earned his AA, bachelor of arts and law degrees; returned to Kearney, was Buffalo County attorney, a justice of the peace, served as assistant county judge and was in private law practice; was legal counsel for movie star Robert Taylor to bring cable TV to Kearney
Activities: active member of First United Methodist Church; served as Sunday school superintendent, Sunday school teacher, lay speaker and fundraiser for the education building; volunteer fireman' served as state legal counsel, Northeast School PTA president, legal counsel for Kearney State College Foundation, Cosmo Service Club president, Junior Chamber of Commerce president; member of the Elks and American Legion; also kept up with the many activities of their children
Survivors include his wife; sons, Ken Jr. of Grand Junction, Mark of Centennial and Joe of Tucson, Ariz.; daughters, Nancy Wilson of Denver and Kathy of Larkspur; sister, Marjory Robacker of Ogallala, Neb.; 14 grandchildren; and great-grandchildren; also daughter-in-law, Martha DePauli Gotobed of Tucson; other relatives and many friends
Was preceded in death by his parents; and a daughter-in-law, Connie Sare Gotobed
Kearney Hub, 18 October, 2005

PSOTA, Leonard, 89, of Ravenna died Friday, Oct. 14, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Monday, Rasmussen Mortuary in Ravenna
Burial: Highland Cemetery, Ravenna Memorials to Ravenna EMTs
Born July 4, 1916, in Sherman County
Parents: Joseph and Frances (Jurkiewicz) Psota
Attended Bloody Run School, graduated from Wiggle Creek School; attended the University of Nebraska
Military: U.S. Army Air Corps; was an instructor to aircraft mechanics
Farmed and worked at the A.S.C.S. office in Sherman County; worked at the Litchfield Bank, 1971-1975
Activities: member of the American Legion
Survivors include his nephews, Gary and Rod, both of Ravenna; and niece, Vicky Wickard of Des Moines, Iowa; also many great-nieces and great-nephews
Was preceded in death by a brother, Virgil, in 1997 and an infant sister
Kearney Hub, 14 October, 2005

RHODES, Russell R., 66, of Marlborough, Mass., formerly of Riverdale, Neb., died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2005, in Philadelphia while on a business trip
Memorial services: Oct 22, Slattery Funeral Home in Marlborough
Memorials: donor's choice
Born Nov. 21, 1938, near Mason City, Neb.
Parents: Rolland and Caroline (Peterson) Rhodes
Graduate of Riverdale High School
Married: Aug. 1, 1962, to Deanna Harrer
Earned a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Nebraska, 1965; earned a master's degree in electrical engineering from Northeastern University, 1970
Military: U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War
Was recognized internationally as a leader in the development and application of digital signal processing to satellite communications; many of his inventions have been incorporated into the U.S. government's communication systems; at the time of death, was employed as a senior staff member at MIT, Lincoln Labs
Activities: involved in Scouting, coached a youth soccer team; had been an active member of the Episcopal Church, served as a lay reader, a senior warden and a deacon
Survivors include his wife; son, Mark of Berlin; daughter, Susan Neal of Burlington, Vt.; his father, of Kearney, Neb.; brother, Richard of Palm Coast, Fla.; and sister, Leila May of Kearney; also daughter-in-law, Kathleen Rhodes of Berlin; Susan's fianc‚, James Calame of Burlington; sister-in-law, Lois Rhodes of Palm Coast; brother-in-law, Harold May of Kearney; grandchildren, Brett Rhodes, Amanda Neal and Mark Rhodes Jr.; and several nieces and nephews
Kearney Hub, 19 October, 2005

BAMFORD, Reno C., 85, of Kearney died Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Monday, O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel Funeral Home
Burial: Kearney Cemetery, military rites
Memorials to the Nebraska Organ Recovery Program
Born May 17, 1920, in Elm Creek
Parents: Charley and Helen (Sunderman) Bamford
Grew up south of Odessa; received his education at A.O. Thomas High School; attended college in Iowa
Married: Feb. 12, 1946, to Peachie Johnston in Phillipsburg, Kan.
Military: U.S. Navy on June 14, 1939, - June 15, 1959; served during World War II and the Korean War; earned the rank of chief boatswain's mate
Was stationed at various locations around the world; upon retirement, moved to a farm west of Kearney; lived there until his death
Activities: member of the Eagles, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Kearney Elks Lodge 984, American Legion, Atomic Veterans and Disabled American Veterans; was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and trapping; also enjoyed playing cards
Survivors include his wife; sons, Reno II of Lincoln and James of Kearney; and daughter, JoAnn Henthorne of Papillion; also daughters-in-law, Gerri Bamford of Lincoln and Jolaine Bamford of Kearney; son-in-law, Bob Henthorne of Papillion; and grandchildren, R.J. and Marissa Bamford, both of Lincoln, Hunter and Jessica Bamford, both of Kearney, and Jordan Henthorne of Papillion
Was preceded in death by his parents and brothers Roger and James
Kearney Hub, 22 October, 2005

SNYDER, Wendell E., 65, of Kearney died Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005, at his home
Services: Saturday, Evangelical Free Church in Kearney
Burial of cremains: Kearney Cemetery's Columbarium
Memorials to Press On Ministries, Evangelical Free Church of Kearney or Circle Urban Ministries
Born: March 16, 1940, in Kearney
Parents: Wendell and Mary (Kotik) Snyder
Attended Kearney Public Schools;was a graduate of Kearney High School; attended Kearney State College and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Married: Aug. 23, 1959, to Lois Elrod in Beatrice
Lived in Kearney; was a farmer
Activities: member of the church and mission trips to Circle Urban Ministries in Chicago
Survivors include his wife; son, Brad of Katy, Texas; daughters, Deb Redpath of College Station, Texas, and Amanda Long of Oak Park, Ill.; his mother, of Kearney; brother, Doug of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and sister, Marlene Ferguson of Marquette; also sons-in-law, Brian Redpath of College Station and Jeremy Long of Oak Park; daughter-in-law, Bonda Snyder of Katy; grandchildren, Kelton and Allie Redpath of College Station, Taylor and Braden Snyder of Katy and Jack Long of Oak Park; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, John Ferguson of Marquette, Mike Elrod of Lincoln, Catherine and Wilson Kirby of Berryville, Va., and Glenda Elrod of Auburn; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends
Was preceded in death by his father, grandparents and a grandson, Alexander Long
Kearney Hub, 21 October, 2005

HOGELAND, Josephine Angela "JoAnn", 70, of Kearney, formerly of Alma and Orleans, died Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005, at Harlan County Health Systems in Alma
Services: Monday, St. Mary's Catholic Church in Orleans
Burial: Alma Cemetery
Mortuary: Mitchell Funeral Home in Orleans
Born Feb. 18, 1935, in Orleans
Parents: Jared and Angela (Ankle) Conant
Grew up at Orleans; received her education in Orleans Public Schools
Married: Aug. 1, 1953, to Robert Hogeland. He died in July 1980
Moved to Alma in 1954; devoted her life to raising her children and being active in their activities
Moved to Kearney, 1966, and returned to Alma in 1970
Was employed at Becton-Dickinson in Holdrege and at Harlan County Hospital in Alma
Moved to Kearney, 1989; was employed at Wal-Mart and was active with its promotional committee; volunteered for several years at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Activities: attended St. James Catholic Church, enjoyed forming many friendship bonds; her family was the center of her life
Survivors include son, Bob of Kearney; daughters, Vickie Kammann of Alma, Jackie Daniels of Monmouth, Ore., and Connie Siebrass of North Platte; brothers, Donald Conant of Orleans and Charles Conant of Nyssa, Ore.; and sisters, Lucille Brown of Nyssa, Millie Schoneberg of Orleans and Irene Godbout of Boise, Idaho; also daughter-in-law, Janis Hogeland of Kearney; sons-in-law, Marlin Kammann of Alma, Norman Daniels of Monmouth and Dan Siebrass of North Platte; grandchildren, Lindsay and Adam Kammann, both of Omaha, Nick Kammann of Alma, Molly and Megan Daniels of Monmouth, Travis Siebrass of Chicago, Tyler Siebrass of North Platte, and Paden and Lane Hogeland, both of Kearney; sisters-in-law, Alice Conant of Nyssa, Florence Conant of Ontario, Ore., Amy Peterson, Gladys Meyer and Martha Hogeland, all of Alma, and Bertha Waggoner of Holdrege; brothers-in-law, Glen Schoneberg of Orleans, Ken Godbout of Boise, John Hogeland and his wife Edith of Alma, Preston Hogeland and his wife Dee of Fort Collins, Colo., and Ernie Hogeland of Avoca, Iowa; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends
Was preceded in death by her husband; parents; brothers, Jared Conant and his wife Hattie, Willis Conant and his wife Loretta, Walter Conant and his wife Katherine "Toots," Glenard Conant and his wife Arylis, and Richard Conant; sister, Marjorie Streff and her husband Paul; sisters-in-law, Mary Ellen Conant, Bette Hogeland, Dottie Waggoner and husband Daniel, and Ruby Thaete and her husband Hilbert; and brothers-in-law, Glen Brown, John "Pete" Peterson, Bill Meyer, Roy Hogeland and Clayton Waggoner
Kearney Hub, 21 October, 2005

HATCH, Arletta M., 82, of Grand Island, formerly of Kearney, died Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005, at her home
Services: Tuesday, Gollaher Chapel of Trinity United Methodist Church in Grand Island
Burial: later; body has been donated to the State of Nebraska Anatomical Board
Mortuary: Apfel Funeral Home in Grand Island
Memorials to Trinity United Methodist Church, the Grand Island Woman's Club or the Grand Island Historical Society
Born May 3, 1923, in Hildreth
Parents: Charles and Grace (Post) Ruhs
Graduated from Kearney High School, May 1940
Married: June 28, 1943, to Elmer Hatch in Kearney. He died Dec. 19, 2001
Moved to Grand Island in 1960
Activities: member of Trinity United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women; was active in the church with the youth work trips and the Grand Island Women's Club
Survivors include her son, James of Grand Island; and daughter, Charlene Bolling of Haines, Ore.; also her son-in-law, Larry Bolling of Haines; daughter-in-law, Bev Hatch of Grand Island; grandsons, Rusty Hatch and wife, Julie, and Jason Hatch and wife, Michelle; great-grandchildren, Nathan, Alyssa, Megan and Madison Hatch; and special nieces, Shirley Ann Nelson and LaDonna Knapp
Was preceded in death by her husband and parents
Kearney Hub, 22 October, 2005

GOODWIN, G. Marie, 87, of Kearney died Saturday, Oct. 22, 2005, at Mother Hull Nursing Home
Services: Tuesday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Herman Cemetery in Herman
Memorials to be designated later
Born Feb. 22, 1918, in Herman
Parents: Hans and Josena (Fransen) Hansen
Graduated from Herman High School in 1934
Married: Jack Leach Sept. 16, 1940, in Herman. He died in 1959. Married: Harvey Goodwin Dec. 12, 1980, in Belleville, Kan. He preceded her in death
With first husband, lived in many places in Nebraska and Oregon; moved to Kearney in 1949; worked at Montgomery Ward, Kearney Candy Co. and Unimart for 18 years before retirement
Activities: member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Eastern Star, 40 & 8 LaFemmes and BPO Does and was past president of the VFW Auxiliary, Eagles Auxiliary and Kensington Card Club
Survivors include daughter, Karen Fisher of Kearney; brothers, Lyle Hansen of Bartley and Wayne Hansen of Cambridge; sister, Lillian Deckard of Herman; stepsons, Harvey Jr. of Naples, Fla., and Patrick of Sunrise, Fla.; stepdaughter, Dorothy Wallace of Springfield, Ill.; eight great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and three stepgrandchildren; also brother-in-law, Kenny Deckard of Herman; sisters-in-law, Pat Hansen of Bartley, Alice Hansen of Cambridge and Patricia Hansen of Columbus; stepdaughters-in-law, Lynn Goodwin of Naples and Sandy Goodwin of Sunrise; grandchildren, Josena Fisher, Russell Reitzer, David Reitzer, Sarah Fisher and Deb Phillips; and "adopted" daughter, Sharon James of Gibbon
Was preceded in death by her husbands, her parents, three brothers, two sisters and a grandson
Kearney Hub, 24 October, 2005

HUGHES, Rolland, 72, and Pat, 68, of Ravenna died Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005, in a car accident near Crofton
Services: Wednesday, Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Ravenna
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery, Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen, Ravenna
ROLLAND: born June 24, 1932, in St. Michael
Parents: Ralph and Mildred Hughes
Military: U.S. Army, 1953 - 1955
Member of the Lions Club.
PAT: born Feb. 13, 1936
Parents: Stanley and Minnie (Geisler) Maixner
Graduated from Minneapolis Nurses College, degree in lab and X-ray technology
Was consulted by many friends for advice on health and nutrition; was an artist
Both were lifelong residents of Ravenna and graduates of Ravenna Public Schools
Married: Feb. 14, 1956, in Ravenna
Farmed north of Ravenna for 50 years; restored antique trunks from nearly every state
Survivors include their son, Mike of Ravenna; daughters, Lori Barr of Lincoln, Shari Barnard of North Platte and Jean of Ravenna; and Pat's sister Darlene Betke of Ravenna; also daughter-in-law Peggy Jo Hughes of Ravenna, sons-in-law, David Barr of Lincoln and Todd Barnard of North Platte; sister-in-law, Darlene Hughes of Hazard; grandchildren, Matthew Hughes and his fianc‚, Jaime Brewer, Jacquie and K.C. Sundermeier, Katie Leinhaus, Caroline and Gregory Barr, and Rayla and Tullen Mabbutt; two great-grandchildren; and many friends and neighbors
Preceded in death by their parents and Rolland's brother, Donald
Kearney Hub, 24 October, 2005

ZARUBA, Mary L., 65, of Kearney died Saturday, Oct. 22, 2005, at her home
Services: Tuesday, First Presbyterian Church, Kearney
Burial: later
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials to the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney
Born Feb. 27, 1940, in Orange City, Iowa
Parents: Gerald C. and Matilda (Lubbers) Schoep
Graduated from Omaha Benson High School in 1958; attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha, received her bachelor of science in education, 1961; received her master's degree in education from the University of Nebraska at Kearney, 1971
Married: Dec. 27, 1961, in Omaha to Gary Zaruba
Moved to Kearney in 1965; taught at Bryant Elementary School for one year; taught at Horizon Middle School, retired in 1989
Activities: member of First Presbyterian Church in Kearney
Survivors include her husband; daughters, Janet Anderson of Kearney and Karen of Ann Arbor, Mich.; and brothers, J. Clifford Schoep of Chesterfield, Mo., Vernon Schoep of Boulder, Colo., and Gerald Schoep of Palm Coast, Fla.; also sons-in-law, Steve Anderson of Kearney and Mark Meier of Ann Arbor; granddaughter, Allie Moore of Kearney; grandsons, Stuart Moore of Kearney and Kirk Meier of Ann Arbor; and sisters-in-law, Jacque Schoep of Chesterfield and Carol Schoep of Palm Coast
Was preceded in death by her parents
Kearney Hub, 24 October, 2005

BECK, Gene, 90, of Fullerton, California, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005, in Fullerton
No services
Memorials to the UNK Foundation
Born April 21, 1915, in Terre Haute, Ind.
Married Mary Beavers. She preceded him in death
Was a resident of Kearney for 43 years and had just moved to California this year to be with family; died of complications from an accident he had suffered four months previously
Was a member of the University of Nebraska at Kearney faculty as chairman and professor of the division of health and physical education when the university was known as Kearney State College; was the first college faculty member in the state of Nebraska to retire at the age of 70; retired in 1985
Was known as the avid bicyclist who rode the streets and highways surrounding Kearney for the past 20 years
Was a member of First United Methodist Church in Kearney
Survivors include his son, Bruce of Brea; daughter, Carol of Tennessee; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 25 October, 2005
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