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JONES, John D., 30, of Kearney died Monday, April 7, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Thursday, O'Brien-Straatmann
Born May 23, 1977, in Salina, Kan.
Parents: Thomas and Susan (Lamer) Jones
Attended Central High School in Salina and Cloud County Community School, received his certified nursing assistant certificate; worked as a CNA at a care home in Salina
Moved to Kearney in 2003
Married: March 12, 2005, to Sabrina Bender in Kearney
Worked as head cook at Mount Carmel Home, as a cook at Good Samaritan Hospital; also worked as a cab driver for Kearney Cab Co.
Activities: loved drawing and writing; enjoyed cooking; member of the Lighthouse Church
Survivors include his wife of Riverdale; son, Josiah of Riverdale; father, Tom and his wife, Diane, of Alva, Okla.; his mother of Kearney; brothers, Thomas and Michael, both of Kearney; sister, Tammy Rice of Kearney; and grandparents, Norman and Beulah Lamer of Kearney; also his sister-in-law, Anne Jones of Kearney; brother-in-law, Nicholas Rice of Kearney; uncle, Bud Lamer of Salina; aunt, Connie Stika of Kearney; one niece; and numerous nephews and cousins
Was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Thomas and Laura Jones; and his great-grandmother, Neva Arnold
Kearney Hub, 9 April, 2008

LAWSON, Michael D. "Mike", 60, of Kearney died Wednesday, April 9, 2008, at his home
Services: Saturday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary, military honors
Memorials: to the family
Born May 24, 1947, in Compton, Calif.
Parents: Melvin and Lois (Zimmer) Swindell
Moved to Kearney as a teenager, graduated from Kearney High School
Worked as a police officer in Hastings; moved back to Kearney where he worked as a supervisor at Eaton Corp.; retired for health reasons
Activities: member of VFW Post 759 in Kearney; was a loving father and grandfather
Survivors include his son, Jon of Omaha; daughter and son-in-law, Jennifer and Jess Rockwell of Hiawatha, Iowa; grandchildren, Meagan, Jon and Ellie Rockwell of Hiawatha; stepchildren, Anne, Jill and her son Josh, Jeff, Jaydee and Jaci; and special friend, Linda Blanchette of Kearney
Was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Roger; infant brother, Donald; and infant sister, Shirley
Kearney Hub, 11 April, 2008

WOOD, Francis B., 86, of Kearney died Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at his home
No services; body was cremated
Burial: Loveland (Colo.) Cemetery
Mortuary: Godberson of Gibbon
Born Dec. 17, 1921, in Merna
Parents: Ernest and Mary (Moore) Wood
Married: Geraldine Atteberry. She preceded him in death
Survivors include his son, Michael of San Antonio; daughters, Kathryne Perney of Salina, Kan., and Rhonda Jordon of Austin, Texas; brother, Ernest Jr. of Kearney; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 10 April, 2008

McFARLAND, Effie M., 93, of Kearney, formerly of Sumner, died Saturday, April 12, 2008, at Mother Hull Home in Kearney
Graveside services: Thursday, St. Patrick's Catholic Cemetery, Eddyville
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner, Kearney
Memorials: S-E-M school in Sumner
Born Feb. 17, 1915, at Miller
Parents: Joseph and Mettie (Rollings) Snurr
Graduated from Sumner High School
Married: Jan. 5, 1935, to George McFarland in Eddyville. He died in 1990
Operated Sumner Café, 1942-1956; was a cook at Sumner School, 1957-1962; worked at the Youth Development Center in Kearney; retired in 1980
Lived in Sumner; moved to Wel-life Assisted Living in Kearney, 2003;
Activities: member of the Sumner Commercial Club and the Nebraska State Historical Society; loved to socialize; enjoyed sports and music and played the violin, piano and accordion; passions were Sumner-Eddyville-Miller School, Nebraska football, YDC and genealogy; had collected 52 books of history, most of which will be donated to the Lexington Historical Society
Survivors include her sons, James "Joe" McFarland and his wife, Cherie, of Norwalk, Iowa, and Robert McFarland of Grand Island; daughter, Pamela Miller and her husband, Ronald, of Kearney; nine grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild
Was preceded in death by her husband; brother, Carl Snurr; sister, Sylva Stroh; and daughter-in-law, Karen McFarland
Kearney Hub, 16 April, 2008

ROETHER, Loretta M., 86, of Gibbon, formerly of Kearney, died Sunday, April 13, 2008, at Gibbon Good Samaritan Center
Services: Thursday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell
Memorials: Good Samaritan Center in Gibbon
Born Sept. 6, 1921, in Blue Springs
Parents: Chester and Laura (Hampson) Cafferty
Married: Aug. 19, 1945, to Calvin Brown. He died April 5, 1948
Married: Aug. 17, 1949, to Elmer Roether in Kearney. He preceded her in death
Was a nurses aide at the State TB Hospital in Kearney, was transferred to the Norfolk TB Hospital after the closing of the Kearney hospital; while working in Norfolk, earned her GED; moved back to Kearney and worked at Mount Carmel Keens Memorial Home until retiring; entered Mount Carmel in 1992 and Gibbon Good Samaritan Center in 2002
Survivors include her brother, Clarence Cafferty of Long Pine; sister, Lorraine Mason of Kearney; and numerous nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her husbands, parents, three brothers and two sisters
Kearney Hub, 16 April, 2008

SEYFER, Randall "Pete", 88, of Kearney died Saturday, April 12, 2008, at Kearney County Health Services Hospital in Minden
Services: Thursday, First Presbyterian Church
Burial: Cowles Hill "Old Wyoming" Cemetery near Nebraska City
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann in Kearney
Memorials: Cowles Hill "Old Wyoming" Cemetery or the Alzheimer's Association
Born Feb. 17, 1920, in Holstein
Parents: Blanche Maxwell and Ralph Whipple After the death of his mother, was raised by William and Alice (Whipple) Seyfer; graduated from Nebraska City High School; worked at the Martin bomber plant in Bellevue
Married: Aug. 20, 1941, to Mary Mort. She preceded him in death
Military: U.S. Army during World War II
After discharge, worked in a farm supply store, eventually taking over ownership; sold the business in 1978; after retiring, spent summers in Bishop Point Lake of the Woods in Ontario, Canada, and winters in Rio Hondo, Texas; moved to Kearney in 1997
Activities: member of First Presbyterian Church in Kearney and the Nebraska City American Legion; was a past master of the Masonic Lodge in Rio Hondo and past worthy patron of the Eastern Star; hobbies were fishing and hunting
Survivors include his son, Harlan and his wife, Bonnie, of Plattsmouth; daughter, Alice Heckman and her husband, Randall, of Kearney; daughter-in-law, Deb Seyfer of St. Paul, Minn.; sisters, Lorraine Reese and Yeteve Jacobsen, both of Minden, and Jean Bouse of Lincoln; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild
Was preceded in death by his wife; parents and son, James.
Kearney Hub, 16 April, 2008

VAN VLEET, Cindy, 44, of Denver, Colorado, died Monday, April 14, 2008, in Denver
Services: Saturday, Martin Bay Community Church, Ogallala, Neb.
Born Sept. 13, 1963, in Kearney, Neb.
Parents: Bob and Bernice Van Vleet
Survivors include her husband, Russ Dunn; sisters, Vanessa Rice and her husband, Steven, of Lincoln, Theresa Horn and her husband, Rod, of Ogallala and Linda Ritterbush and her husband, Terry, of Colorado; one nephew; six nieces; several grandnieces and grandnephews; and aunts and uncles
Was preceded in death by her parents, grandparents and one niece
Kearney Hub, 17 April, 2008

WRIGHT, Marjorie, 89, of Kearney died Tuesday, April 15, 2008, at her home
Memorial services: Friday, First United Methodist Church in Imperial
Burial: later; body was cremated
Mortuary: Liewer in Imperial
Born Dec. 13, 1918, in Ashby
Parents: Ora and Mary (Dearing) King
Married; June 1, 1940, to Tilbert Wright in Hyannis
Survivors include her husband; son, Bill of Grand Island; daughters, Diane Steinbrink of Kearney and Annette Winberg of Loup City; 10 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 17 April, 2008

RIVERA, Frank R., 89, of Grand Island, formerly of Kearney, died Wednesday, April 16, 2008, at Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital in Hastings
Services: Monday, St. Mary's Cathedral, Grand Island
Burial: Grand Island City Cemetery
Mortuary: Livingston-Sondermann
Born April 15, 1919, in McAlester, Okla.
Parents: Joe and Pauline (Ramirez) Rivera
Married: Feb. 23, 1943, to Mary Aldana
Survivors include his wife; sons, Frank Jr., Richard Sr., Raymond and Jesse, all of Grand Island; daughters, Rachel, Arlene, Mary Mason and Kathaline Laws, all of Grand Island; 10 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren.
Kearney Hub, 18 April, 2008

SCHRAM, Jerald C. "Jerry", 50, of Kearney died Friday, April 18, 2008, at Methodist Hospital in Omaha
Services: Tuesday, St. James Catholic Church in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner in Kearney Born June 5, 1957, in Kearney
Parents: Gordon and Loretta (Chramosta) Schram
Graduated from Kearney High School in 1975
Married: July 31, 1987, to Carla Motes in Kearney
Worked as a groundskeeper at Kearney State College; retired in 1988 for health reasons
Activities: member of St. James Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus Council 1728, VIPS, M.A.R.C. and Nebraska emergency operations officer for MARS; enjoyed blacksmithing and Civil War re-enactments, trapping, hunting, fishing and talking with friends on his ham radio
Was diabetic and blind for more than 20 years; had suffered the loss of both of his legs and was a paraplegic; had dialysis treatments for more than 20 years; continued to deal with numerous other health issues, but maintained his sunny outlook and his compassion for others; was a volunteer caller from Good Samaritan Hospital, given 10 to 15 names of people in the hospital who may be bedridden or in the community who were homebound, without family to call and wish them a good day; worked as a ham-radio operator assisting in storm tracking; was the Nebraska Emergency Operations Officer for MARS; coordinated with local family members of soldiers in Iraq to set a phone contact with their family members who were in areas difficult to reach; took part in a group for the visually impaired in the area, called VIPS, Visually Impaired Peer Support
Survivors include his wife; his father of Hot Springs, S.D.; sister and brother-in-law, Jeanette and David Tollefsrud of Gillette, Wyo.; stepson and his wife, Sid and Shelly Krueger of Kearney; stepgranddaughter, Maddie Krueger of Kearney
Kearney Hub, 21 April, 2008

CORENFLOS, Dorothy (Wilke), 84, of Hot Springs, Arkansas, formerly of the Ravenna, Neb., area, died Sunday, April 13, 2008, in Hot Springs
Services: Thursday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary, Kearney, Neb.
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery, Ravenna
Born May 6, 1923, in Sweetwater, Neb.
Parents: Edward and Ethel (Haire) Wilke
Survivors include nieces, nephews and cousins
Kearney Hub, 21 April, 2008

HOLT, Lee E., 78, of Kearney died Saturday, April 19, 2008, at his home
Services: Wednesday, O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home, Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery with military honors
Memorials: Good Samaritan Hospital Cancer Center garden area or St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Born Oct. 20, 1929, in Cozad
Parents: Alfred and Pearl (Jensen) Holt
Grew up in Cozad and graduated from Cozad High School
Military: U.S. Air Force Oct. 31, 1950 - Oct. 30, 1954; served during the Korean War; was honorably discharged
Married: Sept. 3, 1955, to Doris Evans in Lincoln
Farmed in the Holdrege/Loomis area until May 1991; retired, moved to Cozad, later to Kearney
Activities: member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2722, American Legion Post 52, VFW Post 759 and the Museum of Nebraska Art; enjoyed playing golf, spending time with his friends and traveling; loved time spent with his family
Survivors include his wife; daughters, Sue Booe and her husband, Dan, of Atlanta, Christine Bethscheider and her husband, Tom, of Cedar Rapids and Kyle Holt-Stanard and her husband, Darrel, of Lincoln; grandchildren, Holli Rich and her husband, James, of Pearland, Texas, Ross Booe and his wife, Jodi, of Loomis, Cassandre Lassiter and her husband, Dan, and Adam Bethscheider, all of Atlanta, Ga., Cara Small and her husband, Pat, Jill Stanard and her husband, Brian, Andrea Graterol and her husband, Luis, Sydney Stanard and Mark Stanard, all of Lincoln, Scott Stanard and his wife, Roxanne, of Omaha and Steve Stanard and his wife, Jennifer, of Athens, Ohio; 17 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; brothers, Alan Holt of Overton and Paul Holt and his wife, Judy, of Kearney; sister, Lois Holen and her husband, Don, of Bertrand; sisters-in-law, Judy Evans of Cozad, Donna Knapp and Virginia Holt, both of Kearney, and Barbara Riefschneider of Omaha; brothers-in-law, Roy Stapp of Omaha and Jerry Arnold of Cozad; and numerous nephews, nieces and friends
Was preceded in death by his grandson, Dustan Booe; his parents; sisters, Louree Larsen, Goldie Stapp and Jewel Arnold; brother, Loyd; brothers-in-law, Gale Evans, Bud Riefschneider and Harold Larsen; and parents-in-law, Alvin and Leona Evans
Kearney Hub, 22 April, 2008

SALINAS, Florentino, 82, of Shelton died Saturday, April 19, 2008, at his home
Services: today (Monday) at Godberson Mortuary, Gibbon
Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Gibbon
Mortuary: Godberson of Gibbon/Shelton
Born Sept. 7, 1925, in Sebastian, Texas
Parents: Julian and Joespha Salinas
Married: 1951, to Constancia Hernandez in Texas
Survivors include his wife; sons, Isaac, Florentino Jr., Ismal, Jose Luis, Julian, Eliseo, Elladoro and Javier; daughters, Margaret, Isabel, Rosa, Pauline, Estella and Ester; sisters, Sara, Eva and Pomposa; 41 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 21 April, 2008

COPPLE, Charlene M., 55, of Kearney died Monday, April 21, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial services: Friday, Kearney Evangelical Free Church
Burial: Riverdale Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: to the family
Born July 5, 1952, in Hastings
Parents: Wilbur and Bertha (Weakly) Gingrich Attended high school in Hastings; later received an associate's degree from Central Community College-Hastings
Married: Feb. 26, 1972, to Billy Copple in Hastings
Most recently worked as the office manager at Student Health and Counseling Centers at the University of Nebraska at Kearney; was an active member of Kearney Evangelical Free Church and the UNK community
Survivors include her husband; daughters and sons-in-law, Melissa and Steve Menard of Columbia, Mo., and Allison and Josh Wick of Lincoln; mother and stepfather, Bertha and the Rev. Frank Schneider of Grand Island; brother, Allen Gingrich of Grand Island; sister, Cheryl Stoltenberg of Tennessee; grandchildren, Rowan Wick of Lincoln and Caymen Menard and Grace Menard, both of Columbia; several nieces, nephews and friends
Was preceded in death by her father
Kearney Hub, 24 April, 2008

HAZZARD, Carolyn E., 74, of Miller died Monday, April 21, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Thursday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary, Kearney
Burial: Armada Cemetery, Miller
Memorials: Miller Volunteer Fire Department or the Sumner Rescue Unit
Born Oct. 6, 1933, in Omaha
Parents: Murven and Ruth (Ansbach) Williams
Grew up in the Miller area, graduated from Miller High School in 1951
Married: Nov. 15, 1952, to Raymond Hazzard in Elm Creek
Husband was in the military; lived in various locations, including Hawaii, Chicago, Denver, Libya and California; moved to Miller in 1970; later worked at West Co. in Kearney; retired in 1990
Activities: enjoyed gardening, crocheting and needlework
Survivors include her husband; sons, Edwin Hazzard and his wife, Rhonda, of Mitchell, James Hazzard of Lincoln and Russell Hazzard of Littleton, Colo.; daughters, Debra Thompson and her husband, Art, of Lincoln and Patti Lee and her husband, Dan, of Elsie; brother, Richard Williams of Elm Creek; sisters, Marilyn Traver of Kearney and Katherine Ross of Miller; nine grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her brother, Don Williams; sister, Evelyn Poland
Kearney Hub, 23 April, 2008

SAMP, Dallas E., 87, of Kearney died Tuesday, April 22, 2008, at Mount Carmel Keens Memorial Home
Memorial services: Friday, Faith United Methodist Church, military honors
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: Faith United Methodist Church or Mount Carmel Home in Kearney
Bborn July 24, 1920, near Miller
Parents: Fred and Daisy (Templin) Samp
Graduated from Kearney High School in 1938, attended Kearney State College, worked at the Railroad Express Office and farmed with his father
Military: U.S. Army, 1942-1945; served during World War II in Africa and Italy; was awarded the Bronze Star
Married: June 7, 1953, to Mary Helen Wright in Kearney
Was an officer with the Kearney Police Department for 33 years, served as chief of police for 10 years; retired 1980; worked as a salesman at Cash-Wa Distributing Co. in Kearney, retired 2005 for health reasons
Activities: was a great outdoorsman, loved to fish and hunt; member of Faith United Methodist Church, served on the administrative board; member of Kearney Elks Lodge 984 and VFW Post 759; was appointed by the governor as an admiral in the Nebraska Navy for his service in police work; also served in the Kearney Volunteer Fire Department
Survivors include his wife; daughter, Jayne of Omaha; sister, Fern Dahl and brother-in-law, Elmer of Kearney; sister-in-law, Marianne Wright of Norfolk; granddaughters, Alexandra and Melinda Bray of Omaha; nieces, Elizabeth Brandt of Lincoln, Julie Banderas and her husband, Dan, of Lee's Summit, Mo., and Anne Welch and her husband, Dave, of Johnson Lake; and nephews, Bill Dahl and his wife, Linda, of Axtell and Matthew Wright of Omaha
Was preceded in death by his infant son, Steven; infant daughter, Kathrine; brothers, Lloyd and Loren Samp; sisters, Verna and Mildred Samp; niece, Tara Samp Durham; brother-in-law, George Wright; and nephew, Andrew Wright
Kearney Hub, 24 April, 2008

CLAYPOOL, Dale D., 58, of Kearney died Wednesday, April 23, 2008, at his brother's home in Gibbon.
Graveside services: Friday, Kearney Cemetery with military honors
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann, Kearney
Born Nov. 7, 1949, in Lamar, Mo.
Parents: Joe and Dorothy (Ferguson) Claypool
Survivors include his sons, Dustin and Jeremy, both of Ord, and Joe of Omaha; brother, Darrell of Gibbon; sisters, Carrol Jordan of Gibbon and Cathy Taylor of Omaha; 10 grandchildren.
Kearney Hub, 24 April, 2008

BEANS, Donald Lee, 44, of McCool Junction died Saturday, April 19, 2008, in Omaha
No services; body was cremated
Mortuary: Metz of York
Born: Aug. 4, 1963, in Kearney
Parents: Lee and Jennie (Lindholm) Beans
Survivors include his brother, Carl of Kearney; and sisters, Dorothy of Elizabeth City, N.C., and Connie of Oak Grove, Mo.
Kearney Hub, 24 April, 2008

DOBESH, Ernest Leonard "Ernie", 86, of Grand Island died Monday, April 21, 2008, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island
Services: Saturday, Grace Lutheran Church in Grand Island
Burial with military honors: Westlawn Memorial Park Cemetery
Mortuary: All Faiths in Grand Island
Memorials: Heartland Lutheran High School
Born July 31, 1921, at Spring Ranch in Clay County
Parents: John and Mary (Barta) Dobesh
Worked in Aurora at Hamilton County Hybrid Seed Co., where later he became foreman
Military: U.S. Army, 1942-1945, served in the Chemical Warfare Service; was honorably discharged
Married: Sept. 15, 1946, to Wilma Bangert at Zion Lutheran Church southwest of Lawrence
Graduated from the International Detective Training School of Washington, D.C., 1947, and worked in that field at various times until his death
Worked in Kearney at Cornhusker Hybrid Seed Co. as production manager; also worked part time at Kearney Foundry and Well Drilling Co. and was a tax assessor for Buffalo County; was one of the first to introduce anhydrous ammonia in the state of Nebraska
Moved to a farm northeast of Wood River, 1952, and began farming; also farmed in the Atkinson area; moved to Grand Island from the farm, 1983
Activities: member of Grace Lutheran Church in Wood River for many years, served on the building committee and finance committee and was church treasurer; was on the District 76 School Board, served as treasurer; was the leader of 76 Huskers 4-H Club and past ASCS committee man and FmHA committee man; was appointed to serve on the draft board during the Vietnam War; was a forerunner in the early years of Husker Harvest Days; later was the farm manager and took over the farming at the site, the exhibit area and test plots for a number of years; past member of the chamber of commerce, the AIN board and the Industrial Foundation; past member of the Grand Island Rotary Club and a Paul Harris Fellow; member of the American Legion Club, Platt Duetsche Society and the Saddle Club, and a board member of Crime Stoppers; admiral in the Great Navy of the State of Nebraska and a member of the Grand Island Port; was elected to the City Council from Grand Island Ward 2, and in 1990 was elected mayor; enjoyed ice fishing, playing cards and visiting with friends and family
Survivors include his wife of 61 years; sons and daughters-in-law, Cletis and Beth Dobesh of Omaha, Gregory Dobesh of Grand Island and Michael and Patty Dobesh of Wood River; sisters, Lillian Johnson of Holdrege and Margaret Skalka of Doniphan; sister-in-law, Margie Dobesh of Kearney; grandchildren, Jon Dobesh of Lincoln, Brad and Kelly Dobesh and Jennifer Dobesh, all of Wood River, and Klesha and Josh Miller of Crete; stepgrandsons, Josh and Jake Van Pelt; five great-grandchildren; one stepgreat-grandson
Was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Julie Davidson; brother, Justus
Kearney Hub, 24 April, 2008

HENDRICKSON, Leora, 74, of Kearney died Friday, April 25, 2008, at her home
Services: Tuesday, Faith United Methodist Church
Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Gibbon
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: Asera Care Hospice, Faith United Methodist Church and Good Samaritan Hospital Cancer Fund
Born March 28, 1934, in Louin, Miss.
Parents: Benjamin and Virgie (McCarty) Halford
Grew up in Louin, graduated from Rose Hill High School; lived in Harlingen, Texas, moved to Kearney in 1954
Married: Nov. 3, 1951, to Donald Hendrickson in Alexandria, La.
Activities: member of Faith United Methodist Church; enjoyed her family and friends, especially her grandchildren, whom she took on trips and vacations; liked to sew, being involved with her church, rock gardening, planting flowers and traveling south to visit her sisters and brothers
Survivors include her husband; daughters, Vickie and her friend, Dennis Riley, of Beatrice and Tami Trampe and her husband, Rollie, of Riverdale; granddaughter, Tiffany Pracheil and her husband, James, of Laramie, Wyo.; grandson, Nick Trampe of Kearney; great-grandson, Josiah Pracheil of Laramie; brother, Lavon Halford and his wife, Janice, of West Berlin, Vt.; sisters, Betty Lou Brock of Greer, S.C., and Mary Edith Turner of Marietta, Texas; many nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her parents, five brothers and six sisters
Kearney Hub, 28 April, 2008

BESHORE, Woodrow P., 90, of Kearney died Friday, April 25, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Thursday, First Christian Church in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann, Kearney
Memorials: the church
Born Jan. 17, 1918, in Pleasanton
Parents: Andrew and Nannie (Burrus) Beshore
Grew up in the Kearney area, graduated from Kearney High School
Married: July 20, 1940, to Barbara Houtchens in Kearney. She preceded him in death
Lived in Kearney, owned and operated Western TV and Sales
Activities: member of First Christian Church, Elks Lodge and Cosmos; enjoyed hunting, fishing and traveling
Survivors include his daughters, Julie Bliss and her husband, Jonathan, of Montvale, N.J., Jane Bryant and her husband, Sam, of Port Townsend, Wash., and Debra Beshore of North Bend; brother, Andrew Beshore of Fontana, Calif.; daughter-in-law, Jaylene Beshore of Kearney; and grandchildren, Sarah Bliss of New York City, William Bliss of Montvale, Hans Beshore of Norman, Okla., and Will Beshore of Galveston, Texas
Was preceded in death by his wife; son, Douglas; his parents; and brothers, Robert, Paul, David and Charles
Kearney Hub, 29 April, 2008

EHRESMAN, Hazel E., 94, Riverdale, died Saturday, April 26, 2008, St. Luke's Good Samaritan Village in Kearney
Services: Wednesday, Riverdale Christian Church
Burial: Riverdale Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner, Kearney
Memorials: Riverdale Christian Church or St. Luke's Good Samaritan Village in Kearney
Born Jan. 7, 1914, in Miller
Parents: Charles and Laura (Jacobson) Robbins
Graduated from Miller High School in 1931
Married: Feb. 10, 1932, to Ross Ehresman in Miller. He died March 28, 2007
With husband, farmed in the Miller area; moved to a farm near Racine, Minn., October 1956, farmed there; retired 1987 and moved to Riverdale, became members of Riverdale Christian Church; moved to St. Luke's on Jan. 9, 2004
Activities: enjoyed giving readings, writing poems and stories from "Elizabeth's Pen," gardening, flowers, pastel painting, sewing, arts and crafts; had been a member of Miller Christian Church, Sumner Center United Methodist Church near Racine and later of Pleasant Grove Christian Church near Stewartville, Minn.
Survivors include her son, Charles Ehresman and his wife, Lucille, of San Marcos, Texas; daughter, Margaret Olson and her husband, Marvin, of Berwyn; sister, Joy Rohde of Ozark, Mo.; 11 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her son-in-law, Don Williams; one great-grandson in infancy; four brothers.
Kearney Hub, 29 April, 2008

FISHER, Malcolm, 85, of Ravenna died Saturday, April 26, 2008, at Good Samaritan Center in Ravenna
Services: Tuesday, Congregational Church in Ravenna
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Memorials: the church, Bluejay Headquarters, Ravenna Historical Society or the Ravenna Emergency Unit
Born Nov. 1, 1922, in Ravenna
Parents: Clarence and Hattie (Goehring) Fisher
Graduated from Ravenna High School in 1941
Married: Aug. 8, 1942, to Janet Asher in Las Vegas. She died in August 1992
Military: U.S. Navy, two years during World War II
Joined his father at Fisher Insurance and Real Estate, 1946; remained there; retired in 1986
Activities: lifetime member of the Ravenna Congregational Church, held many church offices and sang in the choir for many years; member of the Ravenna Chamber of Commerce, Ravenna School Board, American Legion, the Liederkranz and Saddle Club; received Aksarben Good Neighbor Award in 1999; was grand marshal of the Annevar Parade in 2002; loved playing the card game Oklahoma, dancing, driving while listening to music, spending time at his cabin on Lake of the Woods at Kenora, Ontario, and, most of all, he enjoyed helping others
Survivors include his son and daughter-in-law, Kenneth and Kristi Fisher of Ravenna; daughter, Joyce Nason of Alliance; grandchildren, Eric Nesiba, Melisa Dobish and Marcus Fisher, all of Kearney; and great-grandchildren, Kasidy Dobish and Catherine Allen, both of Kearney
Was preceded in death by his wife; parents; brother, I. James Fisher; and son-in-law, Lee Nason
Kearney Hub, 28 April, 2008

FREW, Bessie May, 90, of Gibbon died Sunday, April 27, 2008, at the Good Samaritan Center in Gibbon
Services: Thursday, Faith United Methodist Church in Gibbon
Burial: West Cemetery in Eustis
Mortuary: Godberson of Gibbon
Memorials: Gibbon or Eustis Volunteer Fire Department
Born Feb. 5, 1918, in Gothenburg
Parents: James and Cecil (Griswold) Hoppes
Attended Farnam Public Schools, graduated in 1937
Married: Aug. 2, 1943, to John Frew at the Eustis Methodist parsonage in Eustis
Lived in Eustis; moved to Gibbon, November 1989; worked in the local grocery store and the Pool Hall until retiring
Activities: joined Farnam Methodist Church in 1937; became a member of the Methodist church in Eustis; member of Faith United Methodist Church in Gibbon; belonged to the ladies aid at church, quilting clubs and the Legion Auxiliary
Survivors include her husband; sons and their wives, Doug and Mary Frew of Kearney and Jim and Cyndee Frew of Niwot, Colo.; grandchildren, Robbie Frew and Travis Frew, both of Gibbon, Kelly and Clayton McDonald of Norfolk, Justin Lujan of Longmont, Colo., Venus and Ryan King of Grand Island and Tessie and Bryce Zeller of Arcadia; and great-grandchildren, Mason, Taylor, Perrin, Garrett, Jenna, Nora, Landon, Payton and Addyson
Was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Bernice Hueftle and Doris Hueftle; son, Dwayne Lee
Kearney Hub, 29 April, 2008

STRYKER, Ed, 83, of Kearney died Saturday, April 26, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Thursday, United Church of Sumner
Burial: St. Ann's Catholic Cemetery in Lexington
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner in Kearney
Memorials: United Church of Sumner or Mount Carmel Nursing Home
Born May 3, 1924, in Overton
Parents: Ed and Emma (Barta) Stryker
Attended school in Sumner; worked the majority of his life as a mechanic on the farm, also worked in maintenance and construction
Married: Dec. 6, 1948, to Verla Jean Danes in Neligh
Activities: member of American Legion Post 52; past member of the Eagles Club; loved the outdoors, was an avid fisherman; loved to spend time with his family, especially his grandchildren
Survivors include his wife; sons, Ronald Stryker and his wife, Pam, and Charles Stryker, all of Eddyville, Kenneth Stryker of Kearney and David Stryker and his wife, Marlys, of Hildreth; brother, Bill Meester of West Virginia; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 30 April, 2008

DOYE, Virginia J., 77, of Kearney died Sunday, April 27, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: later
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Born Aug. 25, 1930, in Lawton, Okla.
Parents: Benjamin and Elma (Sharp) Howard
Survivors include her daughters, Carolyn Sheen and Marsha Dorsey, both of Kearney; eight grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 29 April, 2008

FYFE, Doyle E., 74, of Kearney died Tuesday, April 29, 2008, at St. Luke's Good Samaritan Village
Services: Friday, St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Burial of cremains: church columbarium
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: to the family to establish the Dr. Doyle Fyfe UNK Athletic Scholarship
Born Dec. 7, 1933, in Rising City
Parents: Eugene and Viola (Hoeft) Fyfe
Graduated from David City High School in 1951; received bachelor's and master's degrees from Kearney State College; obtained doctorate from the University of Utah; was a professor of education at KSC and an assistant basketball coach
Married: Aug. 21, 1955, to Kay McElroy in Kearney
Started his coaching career at Hebron; went to Centennial High School at Pueblo, Colo. was selected Colorado Coach of the Year in 1967; returned to KSC for the next 26 years, was the assistant basketball coach for 13 years, won 11 consecutive NAIA Districts and made the Final Four twice; was awarded the Mike Heck Award for contributions to the coaching profession; was inducted into the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame; was the first athlete at KSC to earn 12 letters
Activities: member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Nebraska and Colorado Education Associations, Kearney Elks Lodge 752 and the Colorado/Nebraska Coaching Association
Survivors include his wife; daughters and sons-in-law, Kathy and Greg Holub of Wilmington, N.C., Autumn and John Shafer of Jamestown, N.D., and Erin and Terry Becker of Kearney; brothers, Wayne Fyfe and Bud Fyfe and his wife, Carolyn, all of Kearney; sister, Gayle Henry of David City; sisters-in-law, Betty McKeone of Cozad and Marilyn Fyfe of Grand Island; brother-in-law, Ted Fritz of Broomfield, Colo.; grandchildren, Jazmin, Ashlee and Austin Shafer of Jamestown and Faith, Michaela, Anthony and Isaac Becker of Kearney; and numerous nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Joyce; and brother-in-law, Joe McKeone
Kearney Hub, 1 May, 2008

POWELL, Lonnie L., 69, of Kearney, formerly of Hastings, died Sunday, April 27, 2008, at Mount Carmel Keens Memorial Home
Services: Wednesday, Butler-Volland Chapel in Hastings
Burial: Parkview Cemetery in Hastings
Mortuary: Livingston-Butler-Volland
Memorials: to the family
Born March 4, 1939, in Fargo, N.D.
Parents: Iryl and Dorothy (Carl) Powell
Moved to Hastings at age 4, graduated from Hastings High School in 1957
Was owner/operator of Powell Tower Maintenance Inc. for 35 years
Married Sue Cameron; divorced
Married Janet Kirby; divorced
Attended Grace United Methodist Church
Survivors include his sons, Cory Powell and his wife, Kara, and grandson, Aaron, all of Kearney, and Troy Fox and his wife and granddaughters of Salina, Kan.; his mother and her husband, Dorothy and Verdon Lukow of Hastings; and sister and her husband, Bonnie and Elvin Scranton of Buffalo, Wyo.
Was preceded in death by his father in 1978 and a sister, Connie Sue, in 1970
Kearney Hub, 29 April, 2008

PHILLIPS, Wilma, 92, of Kearney died Wednesday, April 30, 2008, at Wel-Life Assisted Living in Kearney
Services: Saturday, Ogallala Church of Christ
Burial: Paxton Cemetery
Mortuary: Bullock-Long in Grant; O'Brien-Straatmann in Kearney
Born Jan. 29, 1916, in Elsie
Parents: Roy and Hattie (Miller) Witt
Married: June 1937, to Aaron Royse in North Platte; he died in 1941
Married: 1948, to Gus Nelson; he died in 1963
Married: 1968, to Dean Phillips
Survivors include her husband; son, Frank Royse of Kearney; daughter, Sharon Newton of Barrington, R.I.; brother, Leland Witt of Eugene, Ore.; sister, Helen Dougherty of Nehalem, Ore.; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and stepdaughters, Dorothy Magers of Greeley, Colo., and Barbara Houtz of Lincoln
Kearney Hub, 1 May, 2008

SORENSON, Robert W. “Bob”, 82, of Kearney died Thursday, May 1, 2008, at his home
Services: Tuesday, St. James Catholic Church in Kearney; military honors
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Memorials: Robert and Patricia Sorensen scholarship fund established with the Kearney Catholic High School Foundation
Born June 5, 1925, in Emerson
Parents: Harry and Anne (Schonhoff) Sorensen
Attended school in Brainerd, Minn.
Military: U.S. Navy, May 27, 1944 - June 29, 1946; World War II veteran
Married: Nov. 15, 1949, to Patricia Hein in Kearney
Lived in Kearney, established Sorensen Construction in 1955
Activities: enjoyed traveling, reading and spending time at the farm; appreciated art; member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church, VFW Post 759, American Legion Post 52, Kearney Elks Lodge 984, Kearney Eagles Lodge 2722 and was a fourth-degree Knights of Columbus Prince of Peace Council 10923; was a founder and past president of Kearney Catholic High School Foundation
Survivors include his wife; sons and daughters-in-law, Daniel and Teresa Sorensen, Rick and Sylvia Sorensen, Gary and Kaye Sorensen and Tim and Connie Sorensen, all of Kearney; daughters, Chris of Omaha and Kim Lowe and her husband, John, of Kearney; sisters and brothers-in-law, Rosemary and Bill Bailey of Arvada, Colo., Elaine and Ken Smyers of Kansas City, Mo., Priscilla and Gary Gooding of Independence, Mo., Frances Goosic of Lincoln and Katie Doebel of Detroit; 20 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Layton
Kearney Hub, 5 May, 2008

ROBINSON, Charlotte A., 101, of Kearney died Sunday, May 4, 2008, at her home
Memorial services: Thursday, St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Born Feb. 12, 1907, north of Kearney
Parents: Edward and Elizabeth (Jacobson) Shovlain
Grew up on a ranch near Parlin, Colo.; returned to Kearney, graduated from Kearney High School in 1926; graduated from Kearney Normal School and taught home economics at Cozad High School
Married: June 22, 1935, to Leslie Robinson in Cozad. He preceded her in death
Helped with the Robinson family cattle and farming business, served the corporation as secretary and record keeper for F.L. Robinson and Son Polled Herefords; cattle business was west of Kearney and on a ranch near Gunnison, Colo.; later accompanied her husband in activities with the Nebraska Legislature; member of the Nebraska State Legislative League, the Alfalfa Center Kensington Club, the American Polled Hereford Association, Red Cross Bloodmobile volunteer, AS P.E.O. and St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Survivors include her son, Frank Robinson of Kearney; daughters and sons-in-law, Elizabeth and Robert Hinrichs of Lincoln and Jeanette and Tim Peterson of Sullivan, Mo.; grandchildren, Lisa and Bill Stahlhuth and Matt and Julie Peterson, all of Labadie, Mo., Leslie Hinrichs of Boca Raton, Fla., and Mark and Kelly Jo Hinrichs of Lincoln; 10 great-grandchildren Was preceded in death by her husband; brothers, Paul, Bernard and Royal
Kearney Hub, 7 May, 2008

HECTOR, Maxine, 86, of Texarkana, Texas, died Saturday, May 3, 2008, in Texarkana
Graveside services: Thursday, Fort Smith (Ark.) National Cemetery
Mortuary: Fentress Mortuary in Fort Smith
Born July 24, 1921, in Kearney, Neb.
Parens: Hank and Alma (Swanson) Martin
Married George Hector; he preceded her in death
Survivors include her son, Herb of Barling; daughter, Linda Edelen of Barling; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 6 May, 2008

DICKNITE, Viola M., 90, of Kearney died Monday, May 5, 2008, at her home
Memorial services: Friday, St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Pierce
Burial: Hillcrest Memorial Park Cemetery in Norfolk
Mortuary: Stonacek in Pierce and Horner-Lieske-Horner in Kearney
Memorials: the family
Born Aug. 10, 1917, north of Royal
Parents: Harlan and Daisy (Branen) West
Attended school in rural Antelope County, graduated from Neligh High School in 1935
Married: June 24, 1940, to Burdette Dicknite in Neligh; he preceded her in death
With husband, farmed in Antelope County; moved to a farm in Pierce County, 1960; moved into Pierce, 1980; moved to Kearney, 2005, to live with her daughter Sharon
Activities: belonged to St. Joseph's Catholic Church and Altar Society in Pierce; was very active in the Senior Center and enjoyed quilting in Pierce; also enjoyed gardening, reading and sewing
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Julie Dicknite of Chula Vista, Calif.; daughters and son-in-law, Diane and Wayne Brandt of Fairbury, Kat Adams of Westminster, Colo., and Sharon Lynn of Kearney; 14 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Marian Lundquist of Neligh
Was preceded in death by her husband; parents; sisters, Dora Stout and Dorothy Marshall; brother, Donald; and brothers-in-law, Jack Stout and Kenneth Marshall
Kearney Hub, 7 May, 2008

HEAPY, Mary Alice, 85, of Litchfield died Monday, May 5, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Friday, Litchfield Christian Church
Burial: Litchfield Cemetery
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Born March 26, 1923, in Buffalo County
Parents: Clarence and Mary (Jones) Wing
Attended school at Pleasant Valley School, graduated from Litchfield High School in 1940; taught rural school for several years
Married: Aug. 5, 1943, to Raymon Heapy in Auburn. He preceded her in death
Lived on the Heapy family homestead near Litchfield; helped with the family dairy business for 36 years
Activities: was a 4-H leader and president of the Ladies Aid Society for many years; held offices in the Clear Creek Club, PTA, Community Club and Nebraska Dairy Women; taught Sunday school at the Christian Church in Litchfield, helped with vacation Bible school for a number of years; enjoyed baking and decorating birthday cakes and anniversary cakes for her family, and crocheting afghans; enjoyed many camping trips and traveling by bus and plane
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, David and Linda Heapy of Litchfield; daughters and son-in-law, Elaine Hackbart of Hebron and Eldonna and Brian Small of Mesquite, Texas; brother and sister-in-law, Ray and Ellie Wing of Colorado; sister, Merle Cherry of Litchfield; eight grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Eileen Wing of Grand Island
Was preceded in death by her husband; son-in-law, Loren Hackbart; and two brothers
Kearney Hub, 7 May, 2008

WEBBEN, Patty, 67, of Shelton died Tuesday, May 6, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Friday, Shelton United Methodist Church
Burial: Shelton Cemetery
Mortuary: Apfel of Wood River
Memorials: the family
Born Aug. 26, 1940, in LaJunta, Colo.
Parents: Loyal and Ruby (Burns) Seley
Mother died at a young age; was raised by her father and Helen Seley; grew up in Colorado, moved to Grand Island and graduated from Grand Island Senior High in 1958
Worked at various businesses in Grand Island; founded Concrete Critters, worked there for 10 years
Married: Oct. 14, 2005, to Dennis Webben in Shelton
Activities: enjoyed gardening, taking care of the yard and decorating, and loved animals
Survivors include her husband; sons and daughter-in-law, Scott and Laura Arnett of Derby, Kan., and Jason Arnett of Grand Island; daughter and son-in-law, Amy and Dag Hellsten of Grand Island; brothers, Bill Seley of Omaha and Leland Seley of Grand Island; grandchildren, Ashley, Derek, Josh, Amy, Ross and Tessa; and great-grandchildren, Kayden and Logan
Was preceded in death by her parents and stepdaughter, Celeste Webben
Kearney Hub, 8 May, 2008

ANDERSON, Troy G., 42, of Kearney died Wednesday, May 7, 2008, at Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha
Services: Saturday, New Life Assembly in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann in Kearney
Memorials will be established
Born June 30, 1965, in Burke, S.D.
Parents: Garlen and Ilene (Wakefield) Anderson
Grew up in Butte, graduated from Butte Public School in 1983; graduated from North Central Bible College in Minneapolis, 1989
Married: Feb. 14, 1992, to Geri VanGilder in Eden Prairie, Minn.
Minister in Kansas City, Kan.; Cameron, Mo.; Lincoln; Farmington, N.M.; was serving as music pastor at New Life Assembly, Kearney, at the time of his death
Activities: loved his family, music, hunting, the Nebraska Huskers and anything outdoors
Survivors include his wife; daughters, Jazzmyn and Jordyn, both of Kearney; his mother, of Kearney; brother, Randy and his wife, Holly, of Springview; sister, DeMaris Anderson-Waters and her husband, Ben, of Sidney, Ohio; parents-in-law, Erwin and Betty VanGilder of Kearney; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by his father; an infant sister, Julie; his grandparents
Kearney Hub, 9 May, 2008

LUCAS, Patricia J., 84, of Kearney died Friday, May 9, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Wednesday, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: the Humane Society
Born Sept. 25, 1923, in Council Bluffs, Iowa
Parents: William and Mary (Burke) Rhoades
Was the fifth of nine children; attended country school and graduated from Pacific Junction High School in 1941
Military: received nurses training from the U.S. Army
Earned her degree in 1944; moved to Santa Monica, Calif., where she met her husband
Married: March 9, 1946, to Charles Lucas in Council Bluffs
Settled in Kearney, raised a family of seven; became a Cub Scout den mother, Blue Bird mother and Brownies leader; was involved with many school activities at Kearney Catholic High School; volunteered as a school nurse for St. James Elementary; was in the Altar Society at St. James Catholic Church
Began working at Good Samaritan Hospital, 1966, as a registered nurse; retired after more than 20 years; later worked in the church nursery; had a great love for animals and growing flowers
Survivors include her husband; sons, Kent Lucas and his special friend, Cindy Powell, of Kearney, Gary Lucas of Omaha and C. Paul Lucas of Leavenworth, Kan.; daughters, Marilyn Arrants and her husband, Donald, and Patricia Ottman and her husband, Les, all of Grand Island, Laura Lea and her husband, Roger, of McCool Junction, and Robyn Stover and her special friend, Rod Gooden-berger, of Kearney; sisters, Ruth Hawkins, Wilma Christianson and Bernice Lauver and her husband, Les, all of Council Bluffs, and Mar-cella Peterson and her husband, Bill, of Rodgers, Ark.; 16 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her brothers, Lewis "Bud" Rhoades, Glenn Rhoades and Gene Rhoades; sister, Maxine Field; and two grandsons
Kearney Hub, 13 May, 2008

NORDEN, Bill J., 47, of Gibbon died Friday, May 9, 2008, in North Platte
Services: Wednesday, O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Parkview Cemetery in Hastings
Memorials: to the family
Born July 8, 1960, in Havre, Mont.
Parents: John and Pearl (McIntyre) Norden
Grew up in Havre and the surrounding area; received his education there
Married: Feb. 17, 1979, to Joan Mallo in Havre. They divorced
Married: Oct. 4, 1997, to Connie (Gruber) Miller in Hastings. She died Jan. 7, 2003
Married: Dec. 31, 2007, to Linda (Garrison) Richter in Kearney; lived in Gibbon
He had lived in Vacaville, Calif.; Boise, Idaho; Morgan City, La.; Calais, Maine; Hastings and Fairfield; had worked for Firestone for more than 20 years and also for Eaton Corp. and Picks Pack Haulers; was employed by Brown Transfer
Activities: golf, cooking and entertaining family and friends; loved drag racing, raced at Kearney Raceway Park; won the 1997 ET Finals in Scribner
Survivors include his wife; son, Billy Norden and his wife, Ashley, of Gibbon; daughters, Erica Maughan and her husband, C.J., of Hastings and Melisa Amato and her husband, Dominic, of Havre; stepson, Daniel Richter and his wife, Kaci, of Lincoln; stepdaughter, Megan Richter of Kearney; sisters, Deborah Lancaster of Hastings and Beverly Norden-Halter of Rudyard, Mont.; grandchildren, Rhiannon, Paige and Caleb Maughan, Dominic Amato and Carson Richter
Was preceded in death by his second wife; parents; brothers, Daryl and Warren Norden; stepmother, Gladys Norden; niece, Linda Ann Norden; and nephew, Stanley Norden
Kearney Hub, 13 May, 2008
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