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LOOMIS Pamela K. (Davis), 56, of Riverdale died Monday, Oct. 24, 2005, at her home
Memorial services: Friday, Zion Lutheran Church in Kearney
Burial: Riverdale Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel, Kearney
Memorials: designated later
Born July 23, 1949, in Roswell, N.M.
Parents: James and Vera (Kenton) Davis
Grew up in New Mexico, graduated from F.H. Goddard High School; then lived in Guymon, Okla.
Attended Central Community College in Kearney
Married: Aug. 30, 1974, to Gary Loomis in Kearney
Lived in Riverdale for 15 years
Activities: member of Zion Lutheran Church, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary 599759 and the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Chapter 14; belonged to the Friday Nite Fun League at Hilltop Lanes in Kearney, served as its secretary; enjoyed reading and cross-stitch; main enjoyment and love in life was her husband, children and grandchildren
Survivors include her husband, son, Paul of Elm Creek; daughters, Bonnie McGregor of York, Shana of Axtell and Tobey Altwine of Riverdale; her mother, Vera Cordes and husband, Chester, of Meade, Kan.; and brothers, James Davis Jr. of Gowrie, Iowa, and Jeffrey Davis of Elm Creek; also daughter-in-law, Tancy of Elm Creek; sons-in-law, David MacGregor of York, Larry York of Axtell and Alan Altwine of Riverdale; sisters-in-law, Kathey Davis of Gowrie and Susan Davis of Elm Creek; grandsons, Luke McGregor of York, Chase Loomis-Wright of Axtell, Devon, Trevor and Seth Altwine, all of Riverdale, and Davis Rylan Loomis of Elm Creek; granddaughters, Tristan McGregor of York, Kayla Mae Loomis of Aurora, Colo., and Jadie Loomis-York of Axtell; and many uncles, aunts and cousins
Was preceded in death by her father; and grandparents, Roy and Doris Davis of Roswell and Burton and Wyvette Kenton of Kearney
Kearney Hub, 27 October, 2005

ROWEDDER, Jarod "Jed" L., 16, of Beaver Lake, formerly of Kearney, died Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005, at his home
Services: Thursday, First Baptist Church in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: designated later
Born Jan 16, 1989, in Kearney
Parents: Ronald Rowedder and Tammie Egge
Attended school at Emerson, Bryant and Sunrise Elementary Schools in Kearney before moving to Beaver Lake; was in the 10th grade at Conestoga High School near Murray
Activities: enjoyed fishing, hunting and riding his motorcycle
Survivors include his father, of Beaver Lake; his mother, of Kearney; brothers, Jakob and Jackson Egge, both of Kearney; sister, Alexa of Beaver Lake; grandparents, Dennis and Cinda Egge and Carol, all of Kearney; and great-grandparents, Wayne and Ada Meyer of Oswego, Kan., and Twyla O'Brien of Kearney; also uncles, Bo Egge and wife, Michelle, and Lee Rowedder and wife, Brenda, all of Kearney
Was preceded in death by his stepmother, Jamie Rowedder, on Oct. 10, 2003, and his grandfather, Ronald Rowedder on Aug. 20, 2003
Kearney Hub, 26 October, 2005

BURCH, Jacquelyn "Jackie", 55, of Manchester, Missouri, formerly of Ravenna, Neb., died Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005, at Des Peres Hospital in St. Louis
Services were Monday, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Dupo, Ill.
Burial: St. Joseph Holy Family Cemetery in Centre-Ville Township, Ill.
Born Oct. 10, 1950, in Ravenna
Parents: John and Fern (Schlattmann) Majer
Survivors include: husband, Phil; daughter, Emily of Manchester; her parents, of Ravenna; and brother, Randy Majer of North Platte, Neb.
Kearney Hub, 26 October, 2005

BROWN, Evelyn E., 84, of Kearney died Mon-day, Oct. 24, 2005, at her home
Services: Friday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Memorials to the Salvation Army disaster relief fund or the Kearney Volunteer Fire Department
Born April 25, 1921, in Oconto
Parents: Albert and Agnes (Clark) Brown
Moved to Kearney at the age of 10, graduated from Kearney High School in 1939
Worked for the Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters in Omaha for more than 20 years, retired in 1983
Volunteered for the Kearney Salvation Army in the soup kitchen, delivering meals to shut-ins and raising funds all her life; also served the Kearney Volunteer Fire Department by providing food and drink to firefighters during emergencies; did volunteer work at nursing homes and at Good Samaritan Hospital; had a great love for animals and children and always carried something to comfort them
Was honored for her service by receiving the Sertoma Service to Mankind award in 1990, Woodman of America award in 1994 and the Kearney Hub Freedom Award in 2003
Was a member of Salvation Army Church; was an honorary fireman for the Kearney Volunteer Fire Department
Survived by cousins; also her Kearney Volunteer Fire Department family and many friends
Was preceded in death by her parents, two uncles and an aunt
Kearney Hub, 27 October, 2005

CAPELLEN, Nellie, 86, of Kearney, formerly of Ravenna, died Thursday, Oct. 27, 2005, at St. John's Good Samaritan Center in Kearney
Services: Monday, Ravenna United Methodist Church
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery, Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen, Ravenna
Born Dec. 28, 1918, in Dalton
Parents: Charles and Ella Stacey
Was educated in Dalton
Married: Nov. 12, 1940, to Victor Capellen in Kearney. He preceded her in death
Lived in Ravenna
Activities: member of the United Methodist Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, T.O.P.s and Nifty Uniques Extension Club Survivors include: son, Lyle of Salt Lake City; daughters, Pat Mallam of Kearney and Cindy Stobbe of Grand Island; sister, Jean Zelsdorf of Iberia, Mo.; eight grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren; also her sons-in-law, Ron Mallam of Kearney and Ted Stobbe of Grand Island
Was preceded in death by her husband, two brothers, two sisters, a grandson and a son-in-law
Kearney Hub, 28 October, 2005

SMALLEY, Cory L., 33, of Kearney died Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005, at his home
Memorial services: Saturday, First Lutheran Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel
Memorials to First Lutheran Church of Kearney, his daughter's education fund or the Softball Field Fund at Harvey Park
Born Dec. 30, 1971, in Kearney
Parents: Joseph and Shirley (Lautenschlager) Smalley
Attended Kearney Public Schools, graduated from Kearney High School in 1990; attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney
Was employed by Central Contracting of Kearney at the time of his death
Activities: member of First Lutheran Church; enjoyed playing softball and going hunting
Survivors include his daughter Sara of Kearney; his parents of Kearney; brother, Nick of Kearney; and grandparents, Jarvis and Sylvia Lautenschlager of Davenport
Was preceded in death by his grandmother, Launda Smalley
Kearney Hub, 28 October, 2005

WINKLER, Carl E., 80, of Omaha, formerly of Kearney, died Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2005, in Omaha
Services: Saturday, Avery Presbyterian Church in Bellevue. Mortuary: Kohler Doice Funeral Home in Papillion
Kearney Hub, 27 October, 2005

PEARSON, Gaylord, 66, of Austin, Texas, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Saturday, Oct. 22, 2005, in Austin
Memorial services: Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home in Pflugerville
Burial: Cook-Walden Cemetery near Austin
Born Jan. 31, 1939, in Holdrege, Neb.
Parents: Leigh and Doralee (Tillman) Pearson
Married: May 15, 1993, he married Nita Meenache
Survivors include his wife; son, Michael of California; daughter, Lisa of California; brother, Rodney of Cedar Park; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 26 October, 2005

MULLINS, Robert Larry, Jr., 44, of Ravenna died Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2005, at Beverly Healthcare Park Place in Grand Island
Services: Saturday, Rasmussen Mortuary in Ravenna
Burial: Hayestown Cemetery in Sherman County
Born Aug. 13, 1961, in Casablanca, Morocco
Parents: Robert and Mildred (Jones) Mullins
Graduated from high school in Tiffin, Ohio; attended college for two years; graduated from the Grand Island Police Academy
Worked in law enforcement in various towns for 19 years until his health failed
Married: June 5, 2004, to Brenda White in Sodtown
Lived near Ravenna; was a member of the New Life study group
Survivors include his wife; daughters, Christine Kuzma of Tiffin, Ohio, and Andrea Mullins-Stubbs of Ravenna; a brother, Timothy of Ravenna; stepsons, Aaron Geiger of Grand Island, Jeremy White of Clearfield, Utah, and Derrick Churn of Portland, Ore.; and stepdaughter, Amber Geiger of Fremont; also a granddaughter, Mia Stubbs of Ravenna
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Florence Hauser, Oscar Jones, Edna Mullins and Ambrose Mullins
Kearney Hub, 26 October, 2005

DE LA MOTTE, Dorothy, 75, of Grand Island, formerly of Kearney, died Monday, Oct. 24, 2005, at her home
Services: Friday, Grace Lutheran Church in Grand Island
Burial: Grand Island Cemetery
Mortuary: All Faiths Funeral Home, Grand Island
Born Feb. 6, 1930, in Nuckolls County near Hardy
Parents: Harm and Emma (Gerfen) Fischer
Married: March 23, 1958, to Charles de la Motte in Hastings. He died Aug. 8, 2005
Survivors include: son, David of Grand Island; daughter, Rebecca of Lincoln; brother, Robert Fischer of Ong; sisters, Mathilda Neuhart and Lorene Seamans, both of Deshler; and three grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 26 October, 2005

MOSHER, Hope, 72, of Kearney died Thursday, Oct. 27, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: later in Woodsfield, Ohio
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel
Born March 2, 1933, in Gowanda, N.Y.
Parents: Walter and Etta (Stebbins) Vincent
Married: July 21, 1951, to Charles Mosher in Cattaraugus, N.Y. He preceded her in death
Survivors include: sons, William of Florida, Jerry of Troy, Ill., and Charles of Ypsilanti, Mich.; daughters, Ruth Johnson of Woodsfield, Ohio, Charlene Wilkerson of Barberton, Ohio, and Belinda Beaune of Kearney; brothers, David Vincent of Warsaw, N.Y., and Walter Vincent of Rochester, N.Y.; sisters, Anna May Miller of Aurora, N.Y., and Yvonne Albrecht of Canandaigua, N.Y.; 12 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 29 October, 2005

BLAHA, Leora E., 72, of Ord died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2005, at Valley County Hospital in Ord
Services: Wednesday, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Ord
Mortuary: Ord Memorial Chapel
Born Oct. 21, 1933, in Elgin
Parents: Frank and Emily (Dozler) Richart
Was raised in Elgin; graduated from St. Boniface High School in Elgin
Worked as an operator for GTE in Neligh for 10 years
Married: April 9, 1956, to Richard Blaha in Neligh
Lived in Franklin and Tilden; moved to Kearney in 1963; retired in 1988, moved to Lake Havasu, Ariz., for 14 years; lived in Ord the last two years
Activities: member of the Kearney Fireman's Auxiliary, the Kearney Elks Club, the Kearney Eagles Club and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Ord; enjoyed bowling, fishing, reading, traveling, walking and spending time with grandchildren
Survivors include her husband; sons, Douglas of Belmont, Mich., James of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Jerry of Axtell; daughter, Christine Welliver of Pleasanton; brother, Kenneth Richart of Elgin; sister, Barbara Hansen of Norfolk; seven grandchildren; and five stepgrandchildren; also daughters-in-law, Jacki of Belmont, Terri of Council Bluffs and Jeanne of Axtell; and son-in-law, Douglas Welliver of Pleasanton
Was preceded in death by her parents, an infant daughter, Lori; a sister, Elaine Beckman; and a brother, Ronald Richart
Kearney Hub, 31 October, 2005

COOK, Dianna L., 41, of Kearney died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Memorial services: Wednesday. New Life Assembly Church in Kearney
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Additional services and burial: in Phoenix
Memorials to the Dianna Geary Cook Trust Fund, c/o Greater Platte Valley Figure Skating Club
Born April 26, 1964, in Phoenix
Parents: Wally and Faye (Chappell) Geary
Became active in figure skating at an early age; by age 15, had achieved her double gold medals in figure and freestyle for USFSA and Canada; trained for two years at the World Olympic Training Center in Colorado before turning professional; performed with Disney on Ice, Christmas on Ice in Las Vegas, Holiday on Ice and America's Super Dream in Japan before turning to teaching
Traveled the country conducting skating clinics and shows, touching the lives of thousands of youngsters
Married: March 24, 1990, to Geof Cook in Phoenix
Made numerous "ice-related" stops in Montana, South Dakota, North Dakota and Colorado; settled in Kearney in 2000, continued to instruct students at Kearney Event Center
Survivors include her husband; parents, of Phoenix; brother, Michael Geary of San Jose, Calif.; and sister, Vicki Percival of Rochester, N.Y.; also niece, Abigail of Rochester
Kearney Hub, 1 November, 2005

CORDER, Maria, 73, of Kearney died Monday, Oct. 31, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Thursday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Memorials to the Kearney Eagles Auxiliary
Born Aug. 4, 1932, in Neustadol, Czechoslovakia
Parents: Antonio and Cecilei (Drachsler) Garber
Family moved to Germany; received her education there
Immigrated to the United States, 1957; received her citizenship
Moved to Kearney in 1971; was employed at Baldwin Manufacturing, Bethphage Mission in Axtell; worked for more than 25 years at West Co.; retired in 1995
Survivors include her sons, Edward of Kearney and Karl Garber of Ingolstadt, Germany; daughter, Marliessa Jones of Walker, Mo.; two brothers in Germany; four sisters in Germany; 12 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren; surviving grandchildren include Jeromy Wayne Corder of Kearney
Was preceded in death by a daughter, Patricia Middleswart on Jan. 3, 1982; one brother; and one sister
Kearney Hub, 2 November, 2005

BECK, Archie Robert, 83, of Ravenna, formerly of Minden, died Monday, Oct. 31, 2005, at the Good Samaritan Center in Ravenna. Services: Friday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Minden
Burial: Minden Cemetery, military rites
Mortuary: Layton-Craig, Minden
Memorial fund has been established
Born Jan. 15, 1922, in Kearney County
Parents: Harry and Mabel (Rasmussen) Beck
Was educated in a country school near his home; graduated from Minden High School
Military: US Army during World War II, for 4 years; served in the infantry, also was a supply specialist
Completed a degree in tool and die at Southeast Community College in Milford
Returned to the farm but used his college degree to fix machinery and design tools to make his farm more productive
Married: Oct. 16, 1947, to Lois Sinsel in Minden
Settled in Minden, spent 55 years living in the Minden area farming and raising hogs
Suffered a severe heart attack, 2002; had lived at the Good Samaritan Home in Ravenna since that time
Activities: loved to tease and enjoyed a joke; was an accomplished mechanic, carpenter and builder as well as a farmer; family was special to him; loved to dance, read and watch football; spent much of his time, after retirement, making birdhouses for family and friends; at Ravenna Good Samaritan Home, continued to be interested in farming; spent time painting birdhouses; member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Minden
Survivors include: wife; daughters, Karen Trambly of Ravenna and Marty England of Phoenix; and brothers, Rickard and Donald, both of Minden, Marshall of Lexington and Hilly of Springfield, Mo.; also sons-in-law, Jim Trambly of Ravenna and Dave England of Phoenix; and grandchildren, James, Jane, Jozlynn, Addyson, Ankea, Suzzan, Macy and Kinsley
Was preceded in death by an infant brother
Kearney Hub, 2 November, 2005

OLMSTED, Lillian Isabelle, 85, of Aberdeen, Washington, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Friday, Oct. 21, 2005, in Aberdeen
Services: Oct. 25, Fern Hill Funeral Home in Aberdeen
Burial: Fern Hill Cemetery in Aberdeen
Born Aug. 28, 1920, in Kearney
Parents: Jesse and Della Saunders
Married: December 1937, to Verle Olmsted in Kearney. He died in 1994
Survivors include: sons, Jim, Jerry and Raleigh, all of Washington; daughters, Wanda Collins, Bonita Byrd and Violet Turner, all of Washington; a large number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 2 November, 2005

BECK, Charles H., 76, of Kearney died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Saturday, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery, military rites
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials to Kearney Catholic High School Foundation
Born Feb. 8, 1929, in Oakdale
Parents: Frank and Helen (VanErt) Beck
Received his education in rural schools in Antelope County
Military: U.S. Army, 1951 -1953; served in the Army during the Korean War
Married: Aug. 20, 1959, to Colene Mattison in Denver
Moved to Kearney in 1954, was employed as an engineering technician for Nebraska Public Power District; worked for NPPD for 37 years, retired in 1991
Activities:member of St. James Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus, V.F.W. Post 759 and was a past member of the Kearney Elks Lodge 984
Survivors include: wife; daughters, Charlene Roberts of Yankton, S.D., Christine Pillen of Columbus, and Linda Johnson and Lori Fallesen, both of Lincoln; brothers, Sylvester of Trumbull, Frank of Graham, Mo., and Joseph of Winchester, Idaho; sisters, Arlene Curran of Casa Grande, Ariz., Berneice Eisenmenger of San Antonio and Loretta Krause of Elgin; and seven grandchildren; also sons-in-law, Clete Pillen of Columbus and Mike Fallesen of Lincoln
Was preceded in death by his parents and a sister
Kearney Hub, 4 November, 2005

REYNOLDS, Barbara (Sutherland) Reynolds, 40, of Elm Creek died of cancer Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Tuesday at Elm Creek Public School Gymnasium
Burial: Elm Creek Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel, Elm Creek
Memorials designated later
Born Jan. 14, 1965, in Pender
Parents: Alvin and Ellen (Brown) Svoboda
Grew up in Pender, graduated from Pender High School, 1983
Worked for the Overton Vet Clinic in the late 1980s; graduated from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 1994
Married: Jan. 15, 2003, to Nick Reynolds in Las Vegas
Lived in Elm Creek; worked for Good Samaritan Health Systems for 15 years and took great pride in being a registered nurse; worked in the PCU and ICU and was a Home Health/Hospice nurse
Activities: member of New Life Assembly and the National Barrel Horse Association; loved spending time with her three children; also had a passion for horses and barrel racing, for which she won many awards
Survivors include her husband; sons, Riley and Trevor Sutherland of Elm Creek; daughter, Casi Jo Sutherland of Elm Creek; her parents, of Pender; brother, Mark Svoboda of Pender; sister, Pam Randall of Ceresco; and stepchildren, J.D. and Cody of Ballantine, Mont.; also sisters-in-law, Jane Reynolds of Pender, Wendy Reynolds of Ballantine and Leslie Reynolds of Las Vegas; brothers-in-law, Shawn Randall of Ceresco, Chris Reynolds of Billings, Mont., and Andy Reynolds of Brighton, Colo.; father- and mother-in-law, Jack and Pam Fredericks of Ballantine; and grandmothers-in-law, Noma Adams of Lovell, Wyo., and Betty Reynolds of Missoula, Mont.
Was preceded in death by her grandparents
Kearney Hub, 5 November, 2005

TAYLOR, Kacy M., 28, and her son, Keegan W. Taylor, 7, both of 1801 Ave. G, died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2005, in a fire at their home
Services: Friday, at First United Methodist Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straat-mann-Apfel
Memorials to the family
KACY: born Sept. 21, 1977, in Gothenburg
Parents: Larry and Connie (Fritz) Taylor
Graduated from Farnam High School, 1995; attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney for two years; graduateed with honors from Central Community College of Nursing in Kearney; was a nurse for Dr. Ron Scott at Kearney Clinic
Activities: member of the church; enjoyed playing softball, volleyball and time spent with her family
Survivors: parents of Moorefield; sisters, Kim Nelson of Kearney, Kerri of Hays, Kan., and Kristi of Potomac Falls, Va.; and her grandmother, Jean Fritz of North Platte; also brother-in-law, Brent Nelson of Kearney; Kerri's special friend, Brian Fuertges of Hays; and a niece, nephews and cousins
Was preceded in death by her grandparents, Marvin and Muriel Taylor and Earl Fritz; and a cousin, Jeremy Fritz
KEEGAN: born July 27, 1998, in Kearney
Parent: Kacy Taylor
Survivors: grandparents; also aunts, uncles and cousins
Was a second-grader at Bryant Elementary School in Kearney
Activities: member of the church; enjoyed playing football and baseball and spending time with his family
Kearney Hub, 3 November, 2005

ZAUHA, Domicella R. Zauha, 95, of Kearney died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005, at Wedgewood Care Center in Grand Island
Services: Monday, St. James Catholic Church in Kearney
Burial: Elmwood Cemetery in St. Paul
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel
Memorials: Masses at the church
Born Nov. 25, 1909, in Fullerton
Parents: Andrew and Catherine (Czarnik) Zauha
With family, moved to Elba; received her education and graduated from Elba High School in 1929
Worked at a store in Columbus doing clothing alterations; worked in the dietitian department at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney for nine years; worked as a housekeeper for the Rev. John Czajka in Kearney
Activities: member of St. James Catholic Church, belonged to the Third Order of the Carmelites; loved sewing and crafts; always had a beautiful flower garden
Survivors include: brother, Stanley of Boise, Idaho; and sister, Josephine Kaminski of Grand Island; also her brother-in-law, Vince Kaminski of Grand Island, and many nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Mike, Joe and Lloyd; and sisters, Belle Rosenthal, Eva Wetovick, Vera Walkowiak, Monica Iwan and Kathryn Placke
Kearney Hub, 5 November, 2005

ANDERSON, Kristi Joy, 30, of Kearney died Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2005, in Kearney
Services: Saturday, Christian Church in Ansley
Burial: Ansley Cemetery
Mortuary: Govier Brothers, Broken Bow
Born Dec. 8, 1974, in Broken Bow
Parents: Allan and Kathy (Gascho) Anderson
Attended schools in Ansley, graduated from Ansley High School in 1993; graduated from the University of Nebraska at Kearney
Was employed by UNK as supervisor of grounds and landscaping
Activities: loved all sports, softball, volleyball, golf and basketball; especially enjoyed her nieces and nephews, hanging out with friends and her dog, Jackson; was baptized in the Mennonite Church in Broken Bow, was a big sister in the Friends program in Kearney
Survivors include her parents of Mason City; brother, Chad of Kearney; sisters, Jody Bailey of Westerville and Jennifer Clinger of Dannebrog; and grandparents, Glen and Delores Gascho of Cairo; also sister-in-law, Melissa Anderson of Kearney; brothers-in-law, Mike Bailey of Westerville and Shaun Clinger of Dannebrog; four nieces; and two nephews
Was preceded in death by her grandparents, Carl and Nora Anderson
Kearney Hub, 4 November, 2005

OESTRIECHER, Rodney, 66, of Kearney died Friday, Nov. 4, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Thursday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Memorials to be designated later
Born Jan. 22, 1939, in Hermiston, Ore.
Parents: Joseph and Verna (Dabney) Oestriecher
Graduated from Hermiston High School
Moved to Kearney in 1972; was a custodian at the University of Nebraska at Kearney for 31 years; retired May 31, 2004
Survivors include: daughter, Twila of Minden; his mother of Hermiston; and brothers, Riley of Kearney and Joe of Hermiston; also uncle, Arliegh Dabney of Moses Lake, Wash.; cousins, Dennis Biens of St. Libory, Shirley Struck of Walla Walla, Wash., and Theresa Nieland of Echo, Ore.; and a niece, Melinda Oestriecher of Graham, Wash.
Was preceded in death by his father, two brothers, a stepbrother and two stepsisters
Kearney Hub, 8 November, 2005

STICKNEY, Nellie, 92, of La Grande, Oregon, formerly of Ravenna, Neb., died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005, in La Grande
Graveside services: Saturday, Ravenna Cemetery
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Born Jan. 25, 1913, in Loup City, Neb.
Parents: Stanley and Catherine (Placek) Zoucha
Grew up on a farm with nine brothers and three sisters; attended school there. Moved with family to Ravenna, 1925
Married: Oct. 27, 1928, to Sherman Stickney in Julesburg, Colo. He preceded her in death
With husband, worked and lived in Big Springs, Spokane, Wash., Priest River, Idaho, and Ravenna; bought a farm on the Loup River near Poole, 1936; lived there until retiring in 1973; was a hard-working farm wife and all-around good neighbor
Activities: member of the Methodist Church and the Eastern Star; enjoyed bowling and square dancing with friends
On July 18, 1950, her only child, Ruby Jeanne, along with Ruby's husband, Bill Pokorney, and two sons were killed in an auto accident. Nellie and her husband then raised the two surviving boys
Survivors include: brother, Carl Zoucha of Grand Island, Neb.; sisters, Stella Forney of Arvada, Colo., and Sylvia Scott of Hillsboro; seven great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren; also grandsons, David Pokorney and wife, Kathy, of Pagosa Springs, Colo., and Daniel Pokorney of La Grande; and many nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her husband; her daughter and son-in-law, Bill Pokorney; grandsons, Thomas and William Jr.; granddaughter-in-law, Linda Pokorney; her parents; eight brothers; and a sister
Kearney Hub, 7 November, 2005

ANDERSON, Burdette W., 74, of Minden died Monday, Nov. 7, 2005, at the Long Term Care Unit of Kearney County Health Services in Minden
Memorial services: Friday, Westminster United Presbyterian Church, Minden
Burial: military rites
Mortuary: Layton-Craig Funeral Home in Minden
Memorials: Westminster United Presbyterian Church, Kearney County Health Services Foundation or Good Samaritan Hospice
Born Nov. 27, 1930, in Minden
Parents: Willard and Edith (Bostrom) Anderson
Grew up in Kearney and Sidney; graduated from Sidney High School in 1949
Military: U.S. Air Force, 1951-1955
Maarried: Sept. 11, 1955, to Barbara Swanson in Minden
Lived in Colorado, 1955-1962; moved to Minden, worked for the U.S. Postal Service in Minden and later in Kearney; retired in 1989 after 30 years of service; drove a school bus for the Minden Public Schools
Activities: active member of Westminster United Presbyterian Church in Minden; had served as a Sunday school teacher, trustee and elder; enjoyed golfing, woodworking, yard work and Husker football; also enjoyed his children and grandchildren and their activities
Survivors include his wife; son, Steve of Minden; daughter, Kim Wanek of Oakland; brothers, Robert of Holbrook and Ron of Wilsonville; sisters, Shirley Donovan of Beaver City and Margaret Cox of Wilsonville; also daughter-in-law, Molly of Minden; son-in-law, Tony Wanek of Oakland; grandchildren, Ryan, Tyler and Spencer Wanek and Caitlyn and Max Anderson; sisters-in-law, Nancy Anderson of Holbrook and Deloris Anderson of Wilsonville; and brothers-in-law, Paul Donovan of Beaver City and Dale Cox of Wilsonville
Was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Richard
Kearney Hub, 9 November, 2005

FISHER, Richard "Dick" L., 76, of Kearney died Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005, at his home
Services: Saturday at Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Burial: Riverdale Cemetery, military rites
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials; Holy Cross Lutheran Church music department or the Good Samaritan Hospital Cancer Program
Born May 19, 1929, on the family farm near Poole
Parents: George and Inez (Anderson) Fisher
Graduated from Riverdale High School, 1946; earned a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Maryland in 1971
Married: Feb. 23, 1952, to Eddria Coleman in Rawlings, Va. She died Nov. 28, 1987
Married: March 28, 1998, to Marian (Skov) Sparks in Yorba Linda, Calif.
Military: U.S. Army on March 27, 1948 - Aug. 31, 1975; served in the infantry, AG Corps and military intelligence as a computer specialist; was stationed in several areas, including Korea, Costa Rica and Hawaii; finished his career working for the Pentagon for the Selective Service Department; retired after 27 years holding the rank of major
With his second wife, lived in Lexington, Ill.; moved to Kearney in 1999
Activities: member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Kearney
Survivors include his wife; sons, Michael of Hemet, Calif., Stevan of Gaithersburg, Md., and J. Kelly of South Carolina; daughters, Lana Murphy of Dunlap, Ill., and LaJean Harkins of Cantrall, Ill.; 13 grandchildren; and a great-grandson Was preceded in death by his first wife, a son, four brothers and a sister
Kearney Hub, 11 November, 2005

GETTY, Nancy L., 57, of Elm Creek died Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney
Memorial services: Monday, Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Holdrege
Burial: Elm Creek Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary in Kearney
Memorials: Mount Calvary Lutheran Church or Mount Carmel Home in Kearney
Born Aug. 19, 1948, in Kearney
Parents: Dick and Norma (Mapes) Marshall
Grew up in Elm Creek, attended school there; graduated from Holdrege High School in 1966; attended Grand Island Business College
Worked at Kearney Livestock
Married: June 26, 1971, to Daniel Getty in Holdrege. He died in 1995
Lived in Elm Creek, was a 4-H leader; was active with the church choir and Sweet Adelines; later worked as a caretaker at Maple Manor in Elm Creek, the Pump and Pantry, did baby-sitting and then served as the Elm Creek village clerk from 1991 to 1998
Activities: after retirement, enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren; member of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Holdrege; past member of the Elm Creek School Board and the Elm Creek Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary
Survivors include her son, Heath of Elm Creek; her mother of Elm Creek; brother, Richard Marshall of Elm Creek; and sister, Mary Swartwood of Hershey; also grandchildren, Steven Myers, Darin Myers, Elizabeth Getty, Havyn Getty and Chloe Getty; daughter-in-law, Trish Getty of Elm Creek; mother-in-law, Dorothy Getty of Grand Island; brothers-in-law, Mike Getty and wife Leslie of Houston, Stephen Getty and wife Cindy of Overton and Lynn Swartwood of Hershey; and numerous nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death her husband; son Jared in 1993; her father in 1999; sister-in-law, Rhonda Marshall in 1994; and father-in-law Daniel "Bud" Getty in 2004
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SCHIEMANN, Bessie L., 93, of Shelton died Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005, at Good Samaritan Center in Gibbon
Graveside services: Saturday at Shelton Cemetery
Mortuary: Apfel-O'Brien-Straatmann in Wood River
Memorials to the Shelton Cemetery Fund or to the Shelton Emergency Unit
Born June 25, 1912, on a farm near Shelton
Parents: Frederick and Loana (Otto) Schiemann
With family, moved to Shelton at age 5; attended Shelton Public School and graduated in 1930; attended Kearney State College for one year
Taught rural school of seven years; went back to school and received her teaching certificate, taught in Central City for two years, then moved to Burwell, Edgar and Grant; also taught school in Franklin, Sutton, Clay Center and Cambridge; began teaching at Stamford, 1951; took a year off from teaching to finish college; later moved to Shelton, retired in 1965
Activities: member of Shelton United Methodist Church, the Women's Society at church, Retired Teacher's Association and Stars of Sharon Club
Survivors include her cousins, Ilene Shuster of New Hampshire and Clara Pierce of Virginia
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STEVENS, Glen C., 85, of Miller died Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Friday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Armada Cemetery in Miller, military rites
Memorials will be designated later
Born May 21, 1920, in Miller
Parents: Joseph and Carrie (Stabler) Stevens
Grew up in the Miller area, attended District 111 School
Military: U.S. Army, was a veteran of World War II
Married: July 5, 1944, to Jeanne Day in Smith Center, Kan.
Lived and farmed at Miller; moved to Litchfield, 1964, worked at Zero Hereford Ranch and at Rockwell International in Kearney; moved back to Miller in 1970, worked at Bowie Fertilizer
Activities: attended Grandview Church, was a member of Miller American Legion Post 351 and Miller Senior Citizens; enjoyed working with the land and gardening and especially enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren
Survivors include his wife; sons, Glen of Cozad, Gene of Diboll, Texas, and LeRoy of Lisco; daughters, Sharon Hill of Cozad, Donna Williams of Chapman and Helen of Overton; 15 grandchildren; and 32 great-grandchildren; also daughters-in-law, Joanne Stevens of Cozad, Di Stevens of Diboll and Peggy Stevens of Lisco; and sons-in-law, Dennis Hill of Cozad and Raymond Williams of Chapman
Was preceded in death by a son, Joseph in 1995; two brothers; three sisters; two granddaughters; and two great-grandchildren
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BLUNK, Herman W., 94, of Kearney died Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005, at his home
Services: Friday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Overton Cemetery
Born May 20, 1911, in Overton
Parents: William and Ida (Miller) Blunk
Attended rural school at District 96 north of Elm Creek
Married: Jan. 15, 1934, to Opal Wells in Phillipsburg, Kan. She died June 1, 1995
Farmed northwest of Elm Creek; retired and moved to Kearney in 1983
Activities: member of the Nondenominational Church
Survivors include eight grandchildren including Michael of Blackwell, Okla., Keaton Beaumont currently stationed in Iraq and Danny Chase of North Platte; 16 great-grandchildren; and several great-great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his wife; a son, four brothers and two sisters
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SHELDON, Harold Claude, 87, of Brooks, California, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005, at his home
Services: Friday at Kraft Brothers Funeral Chapel in Woodland
Burial with military honors: Capay Cemetery in Esparto
Memorials to the Alzheimer's Association of Northern California
Born Nov. 11, 1917, in El Campo, Texas
Parents; Earl and Pearl (Barley) Sheldon
With his family moved to Kearney at age 5; attended school in Kearney; worked hard on his family's farm
Military: U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II, seeing action in the East Indies and the South Pacific; participated in the battles for Papua, Guadalcanal and others; was awarded the Good Conduct Medal, the Distinguished Unit Badge, the Asia-Pacific Campaign Medal and the Asiatic Victory Medal
Moved to Southern California
Married Bobbie Patterson
Retired from the sheet metal business, 1981; was a resident of Yolo County for 24 years
Survivors include his wife; sons, Jim Sauls of Magazine, Ariz., and Bernie Sauls of Fort Bragg; daughters, Linda Benson of Grass Valley, Chris Foisy of Sacramento, Linda Morgan of Brooks, Maureen Wright of Madison and Valerie Benson of Lomita; brothers, Leon and Stan, both of Webster City, Iowa, Carroll and Sid, both of Kearney, and Darrell of Chandler, Ariz.; sisters, Doretha Griffin of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Violet Smithburg of Genoa, Colo.; nine grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and his first wife, Kay; also sons-in-law, Jack Foisy of Sacramento and John Morgan of Brooks; daughter-in-law, Denise Sauls of Magazine; and 27 nieces and nephews
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ERPELDING, Robert "Bob", 74, of Kearney died Friday, Nov. 11, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital. Services: Monday, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials will be designated later
Born Nov. 13, 1930, in Kearney
Parents: Leo and Edith (Boyd) Erpelding
Grew up in Gibbon, graduated from Gibbon High School, 1948; then worked for Union Pacific Railroad
Married: Nov. 8, 1952, Louise Houghtalling in Kearney
Lived in Kearney, later worked for Anderson Plumbing and Heating for 20 years; then worked at Holiday Inn and Cabela's in Kearney; at the time of death, was working at Cash-Wa Distributing Co. in Kearney
Activities: member of St. James Catholic Church in Kearney, Eagles Lodge 2722 and American Legion Post 52; loved fishing, bowling and especially enjoyed spending time with his family
Survivors include his wife; son, Kevin of Holdrege; daughters, Karen Williams of Tucson, Ariz., and Cheryl Kennedy and Pam Oakley, both of Kearney; sisters, Phyllis Mauler of Axtell and Diana Wubbenhorst of Minden; 20 grandchildren; and 30 great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his parents; a son in infancy; sister, Janis Erpelding, son-in-law, Jim Guy and stepgrandson Alen Anderson
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WOOD, Charles H. "Chuck", 75, of Gibbon died Friday, Nov. 11, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Tuesday, Godberson Mortuary in Gibbon
Burial: Gibbon Riverside Cemetery, military rites
Memorials: Gibbon Emergency Unit
Born Oct. 22, 1930, on a farm near Gibbon
Parents: William and Maryetta (Hock) Wood
Grew up on the farm and attended rural school; graduated from Gibbon High School
Military: U.S. Air Force; returned to the Gibbon area
Worked for Ace Irrigation
Married: April 6, 1975, to Jean Keller in Shelton
Lived in Shelton for 10 years; moved to Gibbon in 1985, remained there
Activities: member of Gibbon American Legion and Kearney Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Eagles Lodge
Survivors include his wife; son, Gary Roeder of North Platte; brother, Robert of San Jose, Calif.; sisters, Marguritte Weston and Pauline Johnson, both of Kearney; and nine great-grandchildren; also daughter-in-law, Jami Roeder of North Platte; grandsons, Jason Roeder of Kearney and Alex Roeder of North Platte; and granddaughters, Tara Crane and Renae Baird, both of North Platte
Was preceded in death by his parents
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TRINDLE, John J., 98, of Kearney died Friday, Nov. 11, 2005, at Mother Hull Home in Kearney.
Services: Wednesday, O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel Funeral Home; Masonic rites
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Memorials to Senior Hospitality Center in Kearney
Born Aug. 4, 1907, in Oconto
Parents: Frank and Marie (Simonson) Trindle
Grew up in Oconto; moved to Kearney, 1924; graduated from Longfellow High School in Kearney, 1926
Married: 1931, to Maxine Gurnsey in Minden. She died in 1984
Lived in Kearney; was a salesman at Kearney Hardware and later at Sears for 10 years; retired in 1979 at age 72
Activities: member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, ushered for five years; member of Rob Morris Masonic Lodge 46 A.F. & A.M. for 74 years; was a Master Mason, received the Bronze Jordan Medal for being the oldest living member of the lodge; member of the Kearney Elks Lodge
Survivors include his sons, John of Omaha and James of Gibbon; and special friend, Leila Cosgrove of Omaha; also daughters-in-law, Roseann Trindle of Omaha and Karen Trindle of Gibbon; grandchildren, Michael Trindle and wife Cheryl of Hastings, Dustin Schutz and wife Mary of Kimball, and Jill McClure and Christopher Trindle, both of Omaha; and great-grandchildren, Nicholas McClure, Nathan and Madison Trindle, and Tanya Schutz
Was preceded in death by his wife and a brother, James
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BLACK, Bessie Marie, 87, of Kearney died Monday, Nov. 14, 2005, at Mother Hull Home
Services: Friday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Overton Cemetery
Memorials to First United Methodist Church
Born Sept. 14, 1918, in Madrid
Parents: Homer and Minnie (Stevens) Hegwood
Graduated from Madrid High School in 1935
Married Feb. 28, 1942, to James Black in Madrid. He died in May 1984
Moved to Kearney in 1948; was employed at George's Food Market in Kearney for several years, retired in 1984
Was a lifetime member of First United Methodist Church
Survivors include her: daughter, Judy of Kearney; and sister, Luree Shafer of Imperial
Was preceded in death by her husband, parents, two brothers, two half brothers and a half sister
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COOK, Robert T., 73, of rural Kearney died Monday, Nov. 14, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Friday, O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel Funeral Home
Burial: Riverside Cemetery in Gibbon, military honors
Born March 20, 1932, in Oxford
Parents: Raymond and Alice (Quinn) Cook
Graduated from Mascot High School in 1950
Military: U.S. Army, Sept. 3, 1952 - Sept. 2, 1954; served during the Korean War; earned the rank of corporal
Married: Sept. 23, 1956, to Colleen Kinnaman in Holdrege
Lived near Kearney for more than 40 years; farmed in Rockwell; later was a truck driver for Farmer's Union
Activities: 4-H sponsor; member of the Hartman District 34 School Board
Survivors include his wife; sons, Douglas of Gibbon, Scott of Milwaukee and Donald of Lincoln; daughters, Michelle Clyne and Jodi Cook, both of Kearney; brother, Rex of Lincoln; and sisters, Eleanor Anderson of Denver, Eva Ritchie of Lancaster, Calif., and Patricia Michels of Granada Hills, Calif.; also son-in-law, Jerome Clyne, of Kearney; grandchildren, Jessica and Jerilynn Clyne both of Kearney; sister-in-law, Laverne of Lincoln; and brothers-in-law, Andy Anderson of Denver and Joe Michels of Granada Hills
Was preceded in death by his parents
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MUNIZ, Rosa D., 84, of Kearney died Monday Nov. 14, 2005, at Mother Hull Home
No services
Memorials or good wishes to Mother Hull Home in Kearney
Born April 17, 1921, in Santiago de Cuba
Parents: Eugenio and Dosinda (Blanco) Muniz
Married: 1947, to Mario Sebastian Gonzalez-Pujol in Santiago de Cuba. He preceded her in death about 40 years ago
Was the daughter of Spanish immigrants to Cuba; husband also was the child of Spanish immigrants to Cuba; raised two nieces as their own daughters
Was a wonderful seamstress, housewife and mother
In 1980, left Cuba, and emigrated to the United States; continued working, became a U.S. citizen
Survivors include: son, Eduardo of Kearney; also daughter-in-law Janet of Kearney and grandchildren Sandra, Edward, Jane and Margaret
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EILENSTINE, Raymond, 54, of Ravenna died Monday, Nov. 14, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Memorial services: Friday, Rasmussen Mortuary in Ravenna
Born Aug. 13, 1951, in Grand Island
Parents: Gerald and Darlene (Obermiller) Eilenstine
Was educated in Boelus, graduated from Centura High School in 1969
Married: Oct. 28,1971, to Patsy Clausen
Military: National Guard, 1972-1973
Farmed in Sherman County; moved to Gibbon, 1990, worked for Chief Industries; moved to Ravenna, 2004
Survivors include his son, Scott of Ravenna; daughters, Candy Miigerl of Ravenna and Teba Rewolinski of Lincoln; his mother of Wood River; brothers, Mark of Ravenna and Gary of Grand Island; sisters, Sharon Smutzer of Hattiesburg, Miss., Linda Flactiff of Grand Island and Kristi Koepp of Wood River; and nine grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his father and a brother, Kirk
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JENSEN, Thelma, 92, of Kearney died Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Monday, Evangelical Free Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel, Kearney
Memorials: Evangelical Free Church Building Fund
Born Sept. 4, 1913, on the family farm southwest of Kearney
Parents: Bertsell and Emma (Keller) Patterson
Grew up in Kearney, graduated from Longfellow High School in 1930
Married: Jan. 1, 1936, to Lester Jensen in Kearney. He died in 2003
Lived in Kearney, was a homemaker and secretary for the family business, Kearney Hatchery and Poultry Farms
Activities: member of the Evangelical Free Church in Kearney; sang in the Mother Singer's Barbershop Group, served as president of the A.O. Thomas PTA; member of the Kearney Garden Club; hobbies included gardening, flowers, music, sewing and oil painting; enjoyed traveling
Survivors include son, Gary of Martinsville, Ind.; daughter, Eudeanne Bramson of Casper, Wyo.; brother, Murl Patterson of Kearney; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren; also daughter-in-law, Wendy Jensen of Martinsville; and son-in-law, Neil Bramson of Casper
Was preceded in death by her husband, parents and three sisters
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HARRIS, Garth, 87, of Ravenna died Friday, Nov. 18, 2005, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand island
Memorial services: Monday at Rasmussen Mortuary in Ravenna
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna
Born Dec. 14, 1917, at Sodtown
Parents: LeRoy and Minnie (Farr) Harris
Grew up on the family farm; was educated at School District 48
Married: Sept. 10, 1960, to Margret Harvey in Cheyenne, Wyo. She died May 5, 2003
Lived at Ravenna; farmed; at age 19, began working as a truck driver; was a truck driver for 42 years until retirement
Activities: enjoyed spending time with his wife and adopted grandkids; enjoyed traveling, working in his yard and raising cattle
Survivors include special friends, Carrie and Rick Douglas and family of Ravenna and Chris Joplin and family of Mesa, Ariz.
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SUTTON, Frances M., 81, of Alda died Friday, Nov. 18, 2005, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island
Services: Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary Chapel in Kearney
Memorials to the family
Born Dec. 27, 1923, in Lexington
Parents: Carlos and Fedencia (Avila) Galvan
Attended rural schools in the Elm Creek area
Married: Aug. 27, 1947, to John Sutton in Kearney
Lived in Alfalfa Center and the Kearney area; moved to Alda in 1971
Was employed at Leon Plastics Co. for several years until retiring
Survivors include: husband; daughters, Toni Barrier of Norman, Okla., Mary DeFord of Salt Lake City and Rosemary of Broken Bow; sister, Margaret Rodriguez of Kearney; brothers, Charles Galvan of South Dakota and Raymond Galvan of Tacoma, Wash.; 10 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her parents, one daughter, one brother and three sisters
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