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BESHORE, Charles, 81, died at Pinehurst, N.C., Jan. 15, 1998
BESHORE, Doris, 89, died at Pinehust, March 5, 2008, three weeks shy of her 90th birthday
Both are formerly of Kearney, Nebraska
Graveside memorial services: Monday, July 19, 2010, at Kearney Cemetery
Born in Aurora in 1916
Parents: Andrew and Nannie Beshore
Moved to Kearney shortly afterward, became major contributors to Kearney culture over the next several decades. See Buffalo Tales Volume 13, Issue 10, for a short history of the Beshore family in Kearney
Born in Kearney on March 29, 1918
Parents: A.T. and Anna (Anderson) Olson
Family was one of Kearney's first families, arriving from Sweden in 1875 to open a wagon and carriage manufacturing company. Buffalo Tales also chronicles her heritage in "The Scandinavians," Volume 7, Issue 3, and "A.T. Anderson," Volume 5, Issue 9.
Doris and Charles were Kearney High School sweethearts, married at ages 17 and 19, respectively, at the home of Doris' parents at 706 W. 25th St. on Christmas Eve in 1935
Survivors include: Charles' brother, Andrew of Fontana, Calif.; three children, C. Stephen Beshore of Norfolk, Va., David Frederick Beshore of Oceanport, N.J., and Christine B. Kronmiller of Landenberg, Pa., and their spouses, Vicki, Jo and Alan; and six grandchildren, Jenna Arin of New York City, Greg Beshore of South Duxbury, Vt., Chase Beshore of Norfolk, Va., Erik Beshore of Red Bank, N.J., Carrie Kronmiller of Conshohocken, Pa., and Matt Kronmiller of New York City
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BISSELL, Robert A. "Bob", 82, of Kearney died Monday, July 19, 2010, in Kearney
Services: Thursday, First United Methodist Church in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born Sept. 15, 1927, on the family farm near Gibbon
Parents: George and Florence (Marshall) Bissell
Graduated from Kearney High School in 1945
Military: entered U.S. Army, 1946, served for one year; World War II veteran
Married Nov. 5, 1950, to Idell Stafford in Riverdale. She preceded him in death
Farmed and ranched southeast of Riverdale, retired in 1992
Activities: member of First United Methodist Church in Kearney and the Riverdale Oddfellows; served as a 4-H leader and on the Buffalo County Extension Board
Survivors include his daughter, Vicki Bissell of Kearney; son, Roger Bissell and his wife, Jackie, of Kearney; sister, Jo Bissell of Kearney; and grandson, Samuel Bissell of Kearney
In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents and one sister
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EINSPAHR, Debra Ann, 55, of Alma died Sunday, July 18, 2010, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney of injuries sustained in a bicycle accident Saturday
Services: Thursday at Alma United Methodist Church
Burial: Alma Cemetery
Mortuary: Banta-Torrey in Alma
Memorials: Alma United Methodist Church or Hoesch Memorial Library at Alma
Born Nov. 5, 1954, at Broken Bow
Parents: Richard and Lucille (Price) Amsberry
Was the youngest child in her family; was baptized at First United Methodist Church at Ansley as an infant, was later confirmed at this church; attended schools at Ansley, graduated from high school there, 1973; later attended Mid-Plains Community College at North Platte,obtained her licensed practical nurse degree
Was employed at Bryan Memorial Hospital in Lincoln and Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Married: Dec. 9, 1978, to Kevin Einspahr at First United Methodist Church in Kearney
Resided in Kearney, was employed at Kearney Clinic for Dr. L.R. Smith; later lived at Sumner, Holdrege, and Elm Creek; moved to Alma in 1990; worked at Family Medical Specialties in Holdrege and for the past 10 years at Heartland Family Medicine Clinic in Alma
Activities: active member of the United Methodist Church of Alma, was a longtime children's Sunday school teacher; loved her family, writing children's stories and bicycling; enjoyed the Triple E Card Club, golf and bowling
Survivors include her loving and devoted husband; sons, Steven Case and his wife, Stephanie, of Fort Mill, S.C., and Christopher Einspahr of Colorado Springs, Colo.; daughter, Lisa Einspahr of Lincoln; her parents, Richard and Charlotte Amsberry of Ansley; sisters, Barbara Werkmeister and her husband, Jim, Betty Warren and her husband, Jeff, and Pamela Pearson, all of Kearney; brothers-in-law, Jeff Anderson of Kearney and Ron Einspahr and his wife, Julie, of Republican City; sister-in-law, Kim Alexander and her husband, Tim, of Garden City, Kan.; grandchildren, David and Benjamin Case of Fort Mill and Kevin Einspahr of Colorado Springs; and many loving nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends
Was preceded in death by her mother on July 6, 1961; brother, Steven Amsberry on March 7, 1971; and sister, Julie Anderson on June 22, 2009
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GOVE, Dennis L., 58, of Kearney died Wednesday, July 21, 2010, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Monday, O'Brien Straatmann Funeral Home
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Born Nov. 10, 1951, in Hastings
Memorials: Kearney Little League Baseball
Parents: Kenneth and Colleen (Brown) Gove
Grew up in Gibbon, graduated from Gibbon High School, excelled in track and cross country
Married: July 12, 1974, to Ruth Clason in Kearney
Lived in Kearney, was employed by Gibbon Pack and later employed by West Co.
Was paralyzed as the result of a car accident, November 1981, at age 30, but helped raise his three children and graduated from Kearney State College with a degree in business administration; was involved with the initial planning and fundraising for the Kearney YMCA
Activities: loved for sports of all kinds, was an avid New York Yankees fan; enjoyed coaching soccer and softball and watching his sons play ball; loved to sing for his kids; enjoyed spending time with his granddaughters, family and friedns
Survivors include his sons, Jeremy Gove and his wife, Anissa, and Jeff Gove and his wife, Alyssa, all of Kearney; daughter, Jennifer DiGaetano and her husband, Michael, of Westlake Village, Calif.; mother, Colleen Treadway and stepfather, Walter Treadway, of Kearney; brother, Randy Gove of Kearney; and granddaughters, Jillian, Emma, Avery, Aspen, Lili and Lauren
Was preceded in death by his father and his grandparents
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HARRIS, Wynona Mae (Colvert), 85, of Kearney, formerly of Lincoln, died Tuesday, July 20, 2010, at Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial
Services: Monday, St. Mark's United Methodist Church in Lincoln
Burial: Lincoln Memorial Park
Mortuary: Lauber-Moore in Friend
Memorials: Mount Carmel Home in Kearney
Born Oct. 18, 1924, near Friend
Parents: Harry and Clara (Mullner) Kleinholz
Graduated with the class of 1942; attended National Business Institute in Lincoln
Married: May 25, 1947, to John Colvert in Friend. He died in 1986
Married: April 5, 1990, to Peter "Pete" Harris in Lincoln. He died in 2008
Lived in Lincoln, worked at several Lincoln businesses
Activities: member of St. Mark's United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women in Lincoln; was active in many organizations, including Eastern Star Columbia Chapter 275, Kensington Eastern Star, Women's Board of Bryan Hospital, American Legion Auxiliary, StoneCraft Ministries and Women's Connection
Survivors include her sons, Jerry Colvert and his wife, Debbi, of Kearney and Terry Colvert of Lincoln; grandchildren and spouses, Chad and Cara Colvert of Bennington, Megan and Todd Brennan of Omaha, Sarah and Roy Mendenhall of Imperial, Calif., and Luke and Tami Colvert of Tucson, Ariz.; seven great-grandchildren; stepson, Steve Harris and his wife, Brenda, of Lincoln; two stepgrandchildren; one stepgreat-grandchild; sister-in-law, Mariann Kleinholz of Carpenter, Wyo.; and one niece and one nephew
Was preceded in death by her husbands; granddaughter, Heather; brother, Leroy Kleinholz; and nephew, Jim Kleinholz
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HARTMAN, Harland E., 84, of Kearney died Thursday, July 15, 2010, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Monday, Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Memorials: CD Ministry at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Shelton, Nebraska
Born October 28, 1925 at Miller, Nebraska
Parents: George C. and Leona F. (Hannemann) Hartman
Moved with parents to a farm near Kearney, attended grade school at Zion Lutheran parochial school and then Kearney High School; was confirmed in the Zion Lutheran Church in Kearney
Married: January 1, 1950 to Barbara May Mueller in Lexington. She died March 13, 2005
Farmed in the Kearney, Overton, Arcadia and Ord areas; retired from farming, 1987; also was the assistant manager of the Co-op elevator in Ord for several years; after retiring, started the Hartman Construction Company, built several homes in Cozad, Kearney and Overton; he retired from construction in 2005; after wife's death, moved to Kearney Activities: member of the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Shelton
Survivors include: sons Neal Hartman of Lincoln, Douglas Hartman and his wife Mary of Omaha; daughters Kathleen Hartman of Hershey, Marlene DeLaet and her husband Greg of Kearney, and Nancy Harms and her husband Steve of Woodland, WA; 10 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren; sister Esther Lee of Apache Junction, AZ; brothers Loren “Butch” Hartmann of Kenesaw; Norman Hartman of Apache Junction, AZ; Art Hartman of Gibbon and Al Hartman of Gibbon
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JOHNSON, Ruby L., 92, of Ravenna died Friday, July 16, 2010, at Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial
Services: Wednesday, Cairo United Methodist Church
Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Cairo
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Memorials: United Methodist Church in Cairo
Born Dec. 23, 1917, in Grand Island
Parents: Henry and Dora (Putscher) Meyer
Attended and graduated from Cairo High School
Married: June 7, 1942, to Raymond Johnson in Ravenna. He preceded her in death
Activities: enjoyed bowling league, her Bluff Center card clubs and the St. Michael Thimble club and St. Michael Kitten Ball; member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary
Survivors include her sons, Ken Johnson and his wife, Pat, of Ravenna and Gordon Johnson and his wife, Connie, of Sumner; daughter-in-law, Pat Johnson-Mallam of Kearney; brothers, Everett Meyer and his wife, Dorothy, of Ravenna and Alvin Meyer of Grand Island; 10 grandchildren; and 23 great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her husband; son, Robert Johnson; brother, Lawrence Meyer; and sisters-in-law, Gertrude Meyer and Gerri Meyer
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KRICK, LaVonne "Bonnie", 90, of Lincoln, formerly of Kearney, died Sunday, July 18, 2010, at The Monarch Hospice in Lincoln
Services: Monday, First United Methodist Church in Kearney
Burial: Liberty Cemetery northeast of Minden
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Memorials: Krick Family Scholarship Fund established for the benefit of area students
Born: March 22, 1920, north of Fairfield
Parents: Harm and Mary (Lofquist) Busboom
Her mother died when Bonnie was 4 years old; family moved to Wahoo for a few years before returning to Fairfield
Graduated from Fairfield High School, 1938; was a member of the band, mixed chorus and glee club and participated in school plays
Married: 1940, to Donald Krick of rural Minden. He died in February 2009
Lived in Hastings and Red Cloud; traveled to be near her husband during the war years, worked as a waitress, phone operator and sales clerk at Montgomery Ward and was later employed as a payroll clerk at the Naval Ammunition Depot in Hastings; after the war, lived in York and Ord, was a bookkeeper and cashier for Kansas-Nebraska Natural Gas Co. and was active in the First United Methodist Church; moved to Kearney in 1966, worked as a new accounts manager for First National Bank of Kearney for 16 years
Activities: was an avid genealogist, published books on the Busboom Branches and the Krick-Hansen Kinfolk; was active in Eastern Star, was worthy matron three times and held all of the other offices; was past president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and was twice president of the Fort Kearny Genealogy Society; active member of First United Methodist Church of Kearney for almost 40 years; enjoyed family reunions, playing bridge, golf, travel, cooking and staying up until midnight working the crossword puzzles in the newspaper; enjoyed traveling in the United States, Hawaii, Mexico, Great Britain and Germany
After husband's death, moved to Lincoln to be near son John and his family
Survivors include her son, John Krick and his wife, Kellee, of Lincoln; granddaughter, Kasey Cortney of Council Bluffs, Iowa; grandsons, Brendon James and his wife, Christin, of Lincoln and Corby Nathan Benjamin Krick of Omaha; and great-grandchildren, Camilla Cortney, Cale Cortney and Emma Cortney of Council Bluffs
Was preceded in death by her husband, parents, one brother, four sisters, and sons Donald Krick Jr. on Oct. 14, 1944, and David Wayne Krick on July 5, 1952
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LANGE, Donald C. "Don", 89, of Lincoln, formerly of Gibbon, died Friday, July 23, 2010, at his home
Services: Tuesday, New Life Assembly in Kearney
Burial: Riverside Cemetery in Gibbon, military honors
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann in Kearney
Memorials: the church
Born April 17, 1921, at the family home across the road from Fort Kearny
Parents: Fred and Ethel (Sheldon) Lange
Started school at Nebraska District 18, attended high school at Newark, graduated, 1940, from Longfellow High in Kearney
After graduation, Don farmed with his father Military: U.S. Army, September 1942-Dec. 16, 1945; served in the artillery, both in France and Germany, and was present at the Battle of the Bulge
Returned to farm with his dad
Married: July 18, 1948, to Lucille Wempen in Sumner. Settled into the farming life; was hired as a substitute carrier and mail clerk at the Gibbon Post Office, 1959; began serving as active postmaster Sept. 24, 1964, and moved to a home in Gibbon; resided there for the next 44 years; retired, 1981, then worked part time at the Gibbon lumberyard
Enjoyed traveling, spent many winter in San Juan, Texas; they moved into a retirement townhouse in Lincoln, 2008
Survivors include his wife; son, John and his wife, Tammy, of Lincoln; daughter, Bonnie Johnson and her husband, Craig, of Holdrege; five grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Eleanor Lange of Kearney and Verla Lange of Gibbon; brother-in-law, Ken Davis of Cheyenne, Wyo.; and several nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by his grandson, Todd; his parents; brothers, Dale and Wayne; sisters, Velma Duncan and Treva Davis; and brother-in-law, Edward Duncan
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McELVAIN, Inez May, 85, of Kearney, formerly of Holdrege, died Wednesday, July 21, 2010, at Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial in Kearney
Services: Monday, Trinity Evangelical Free Church in Holdrege
Burial: Moses Hill Cemetery in rural Phelps County
Mortuary: Nelson-Bauer in Holdrege
Born on April 15, 1925, at Holdrege
Parents: Arthur and Judith (Carlson) Englund. Married: Feb. 6, 1949, to Robert "Bob" McElvain. He died Feb. 13, 2005
Survivors include her daughters, Phyllis Tiedje of Ord and Nancy Loeffel of Lincoln; brothers, LaMont, Paul and James Englund, all of Holdrege, and Dale Englund of San Jose, Calif.; sister, Grace Petersen of Holdrege; five grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter
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MINYARD, Anne Marie, 57, of Palestine, Texas, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Monday, July 19, 2010, at her home
Services: Tuesday, Palestine Church
Mortuary: Herrington/Land of Memory Funeral Home
Memorials: to "Annie's Garden," to be planted at Cartmell Home for the Aged in Palestine
Born Sept. 15, 1952, in West Lafayette, Ind.
Parents: Forrest and Ida (Huffman) Seal
Was raised in southern California, attended Troy High School in Fullerton and Fullerton Community College
Married: Jan. 4, 1974, she married William "Bill" Donoghue. He died in July 1980
Lived in Kearney; played the violin in the Kearney Area Symphony Orchestra and worked several years with mentally handicapped students at Kearney High School
Married: Dec. 15, 1984, to Denzle Minyard; moved to Tulsa, Okla., 1998, attended and graduated from Rhema Bible College; moved to Palestine, December, 2005
Was employed as the activities director at Cartmell Home for the Aged
Activities: member of Palestine Church; loved gardening, animals and sharing the love of Jesus
She wrote these words in 2010: "I refuse to be known as a cancer 'survivor' or even as one battling cancer. I will be known as a child of the most high God, as an overcomer, as the healed of the Lord. One to whom the mercy and grace of the Lord have been extended. I will be called a child of the King."
Survivors include her husband; son, Colin Donoghue and his wife, Andrea, of Stafford, Va.; daughter, Kelly Musil and her husband, Eric, of Palestine; sister, Rebecca May and her husband, Roger, of Palestine; mother, Ida Panzarella of Escondido, Calif.; grandchildren, Malachi, Easton, Jocelyn and Justus Musil and Colin Donoghue II; and many family and friends
Was preceded in death by her first husband and by her father
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MUCHMORE, Evelyn M., 82, of Springfield, Missouri, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Sunday, July 11, 2010, in Springfield
Memorial services: Wednesday, Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services in Kearney
Burial of cremains: Kearney Cemetery
Born April 8, 1929, on a farm near Gibbon, Neb.
Parents: Charles and Mildred (Shiers) Yendra
Attended schools in the Gibbon and Kearney area, graduated from Kearney High School in 1946
Married: Dec. 17, 1947, married James "Jim" Muchmore
Lived on a farm in Buffalo County, also lived for a short time in Portland, Ore., as well as Red Cloud and Grand Island, Neb.; moved to Springfield, Mo., 1979
Activities: enjoyed growing flowers, gardening and spending time with family and friends
Survivors include her husband; daughter, Linda Stubblefield of Madison, Ala.; sons, Kenneth Muchmore and his wife, Alana, of Kearney and Steven Muchmore of Springfield; brother, Leonard Yendra and wife, Sally, of Axtell; sister-in-law, Mary Yendra and her husband, Neil, of Kearney; nine grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and many other relatives
Was preceded in death by her parents
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REYNOLDS, Kathryn M., 70, of Kearney died Friday, July 16, 2010, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial services: July 26, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann
Memorials: Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial
Born Aug. 13, 1939, in Kearney
Parents: Charles and Ruth (Pflaum) Colgan
Grew up in the Kearney area, graduated from Elm Creek High School in 1957; received bachelor of arts in nursing degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 1961
Worked in Las Vegas for Clark County Schools, 1962-1964; moved back to Kearney in 1964
Married: Aug. 14, 1964, to James Simon in Kearney. He died in 1966
Married: Feb. 25, 1970, to Wayne "Ed" Reynolds in Colorado Springs, Colo. He died in 1996
Worked at Good Samaritan Hospital for more than 25 years, retired in 1989, then volunteered at the Buffalo County Immunization Clinic and worked as a Buffalo County poll worker
Activities: member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Kearney, American Nurses Association and Nebraska Nurses Association; enjoyed playing cards, reading, gardening, crossword puzzles, football games and trips to the Colgan Cabin
Survivors include her brother, Joe Colgan and his wife, Mary, of Durango, Colo.; brother-in-law, Clyde James and his wife, Jan, of Kearney; sister-in-law, Kay Tarr of Beatty, Nev.; the nieces and nephews she considered her children, Cindy and Tobin Houlden, Brian James, Tim James and Robert James, all of Kearney, Rob and Debbie Colgan of Azle, Texas, Ann and Dave Stong of Alamosa, Colo., Amy and Troy Wilcox, Chris and Emil Martinez, and Jim and Kimen Colgan, all of Tucson, Ariz., Nancy and Mark Blakeman of Carlin, Nev., Bill Marker of Beatty, Janice Engerran of Ocean Springs, Miss., Tim and Kathy Marker of Decatur, Ga., Andy and Vicky Tarr of Winnemucca, Nev., and Lance and Shelley Corbit of Yankton, S.D.; 22 grandnieces and grandnephews; and four great-grandnieces and -grandnephews
Was preceded in death by her husbands; parents; son, Jeffrey Reynolds; sister, Theresa James; and nephew-in-law, Andrew Lopez
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SCHAFER, Theodore B. "Ted", 75, of Kearney died Tuesday, June 29, 2010, at St. John's Good Samaritan Center
Memorial services: Saturday, July 24, O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home
Burial: Kearney Cemetery with military honors
Memorials: Disabled American Veterans
Born Nov. 3, 1934, in Greeley
Parents: Herman and Alene (O'Connor) Schafer
Received his education in Country School District 10, went to high school in Doniphan; attended trade school in Milford
Military: Marine Corps, June 1952 - June 1955
Married: July 1957, to Sandra Wilson in Doniphan; lived in Doniphan, Lincoln, North Platte and Colorado Springs; divorced in 1974
Married: 1975, to Peggy Marquart; lived in Colorado Springs. She died in November 1976
Lived in Kearney since 1987
Was employed in the construction business at various companies in Colorado Springs and Kearney; owned his own Tamper Construction Business in Colorado Springs for several years
Survivors include his daughters, Marcia Nelson-Polston and her husband, Mark, of Edgewater, Colo., and Maureen Simpson and her husband, Brian, of Colorado Springs, Colo.; grandchildren, Casey Danjou and his wife, Kimberly, and their children, Kahlee, Tony and Bryce, and Julie Grau-Banke and her husband, Wayne, and their children, Lelani, Bohn and Tyler; brothers, Mike Schafer and his wife, Lee Ann, of Kearney and their children and grandchildren, Paul Schafer and wife Joyce of Doniphan and their children and grandchildren, Roger Schafer of Kearney and Matt Schafer of Colorado and his children and grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his wife, Peggy; parents and his brother, Lawrence
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SCHMIDT, Ernest W., 78, of Kearney died Tuesday, July 20, 2010, at Good Samaritan Society in Ravenna
Services: Friday, Zion Lutheran Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Memorials: Zion Lutheran Church building fund
Born Oct. 25, 1931, in Madison
Parents: Ernest and Mabel (Robbins) Schmidt
Attended school in Madison; graduated from high school at the American School in Chicago
Was baptized Nov. 29, 1931, and confirmed April 14, 1946, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Madison
Married: Oct. 25, 1949, to Joan Upton in Madison
Had several jobs then started working for General Telephone in 1951 in Madison; lived in Tilden, Columbus, and back ti Tilden; moved to Kearney, 1968, was a maintenance supervisor for General Telephone; retired in 1989 after 37 years of service with GTE
Activities: member of Zion Lutheran Church; was an active hunter and fisherman with his son and grandsons; faithful member of the NRA
Survivors include his wife; daughters, Deb McDaniels and her husband, Perry, of Kearney and Vicki Bragg and her husband, Cliff, of Springtown, Texas; son, Richard Schmidt and his wife, Beverly, of Norfolk; seven grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his parents
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SCHROEDER, Iva E., 89, of Kearney, formerly of Elm Creek, died Thursday, July 22, 2010, at Mother Hull Home in Kearney
Services: Monday, First Christian Church in Elm Creek
Burial: Overton Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann in Elm Creek
Memorials: the church or the Elm Creek Rescue Unit
Born Aug. 7, 1920, in Campbell
Parents: Horace and Alta (Andersen) Parks
Attended school at District 39 in Franklin County through the eighth grade
Married: Feb. 8, 1941, to Edward Schroeder. He preceded her in death
Lived and farmed in the Elm Creek-Overton area, worked at Plectron and Baldwin; moved into Elm Creek from the farm
Activities: member of First Christian Church in Elm Creek, Christian Women's Fellowship, Fireman's Auxiliary, As U R Club and the Elm Creek Senior Citizens; enjoyed gardening and latch-hooking
Survivors include her sons, Robert Schroeder and his wife, Betty, of Holdrege, Benny Schroeder and his wife, Brenda, and Mark Schroeder and his wife, Cindy, all of Elm Creek, and Randy Schroeder and his wife, Kathy, of Cozad; daughter, Jean Moore and her husband, Calvin, of Elm Creek; daughter-in-law, Vickie Schroeder of Elm Creek; sister, Ilene Spahr of Grand Island; 18 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her husband; daughter, Darlene Johnston and her husband, Roger; son, Andrew Schroeder; grandson, Ryan Johnston; brother, George Parks; sister, Ruby Callander; and one great-grandchild
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VEAL, Arlene, 90, of Medford, Oregon, died Tuesday, July 20, 2010, at Rogue Valley Manor in Medford
Services: Monday, Rogue Valley Manor
Memorials: Medford Surgical Missions
Born Oct. 31, 1919, in Miller, Neb.
Parents: Bill and Martha Greutman
Was raised in a tiny home in Miller; finished high school in 1936; attended Kearney (Neb.) State Teachers College to receive her teacher's certificate
Taught (and was janitor) in a number of one-room schoolhouses for five years
Married Kenneth Worland. He preceded her in death. Moved around with the U.S. Army; worked as a grammar school secretary for many years; lived in New York and New Jersey for 35 years; after Kenneth's death moved to Medford in 1980
Married Norman Veal, reuniting at a 51st high school reunion; was married for 38 years to Kenneth Worland and 21 years before Norman's death
Activities: was always very active; loved cooking, square dancing, quilting, bridge and cruising; spent the last 23 years in Medford homes and Rogue Valley Manor
Survivors include her sons, Richard Worland of Richmond, Va., and Ronald Worland of Medford; five grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren
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WESTERBUHR, Dale, 87, of Kearney, formerly of Ogallala, died Tuesday, July 20, 2010, at St. Luke's Good Samaritan Village
Services: Saturday, St. Paul's Lutheran Fellowship Hall in Ogallala
Burial: Brule Cemetery with military honors
Mortuary: Draucker in Ogallala
Born Oct. 12, 1922, in Brule
Parents: Focke and Anna (Harms) Westerbuhr
Married: June 30, 1946, to Cleo West in Ogallala
Survivors include his sons, Gene of Kearney and Duane of Helena, Mont.; daughter, June Johnson of Copperas Cove, Texas; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren
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WINKLER, Audrey Hart, died June 7, 2005 in Las Cruces, New Mexico
Memorial service: Pleasanton, Nebraska, September 17, 2005
Born September 16, 1909 in Pleasanton, Nebraska
Parents: Isaac T. and Clara (Reese) Hart
Graduated from Pleasanton High School, passed the exam required to teach; taught at Johnson rural school two miles from Pleasanton where her mother and sister, Harriet, had taught; the school had 10 to 20 students at that time
Received a BFA in Education from Kearney State College; did further study at Wittenberg University, University of Minnesota and New Mexico State University; taught high school music in Nebraska, Nevada and Ohio
Married: 1937 to Wynn Winkler of Ravenna; lived in Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Minnesota; lived in Las Cruces for the past 35 years
Taught piano and accompanied many young music students; was a church organist, choir director and choir member at Falcon Heights Congregational Church in St. Paul, Minn
Loved music and poetry; during retirement in Las Cruces, published three books of poetry; was active for more than 50 years in the American Association of University Women (AAUW), including as President of this organization in Las Cruces; was a faithful, generous and devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend
Survivors include: son, Wynn Winkler of Las Cruces, NM; daughter Myra Sabine and son-in-law Travis Sabine and granddaughter, Carolyn Sabine, of San Antonio, TX; sister, Harriet Draper and brother-in-law, Dale Draper of Valley Center, CA.
Was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, Wynn Winkler, her sister, Beulah Cottrell and brother-in-law Robert Cottrell, and her brothers Leslie Isaac and his wife Viola, and George Jacob and his wife Hazel
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ANDERSON, Devin Charles, 36, of Amherst, formerly of Maywood, died of cancer Wednesday, July 28, 2010, in Omaha
Services: Tuesday, Maywood Community Hall
Burial: Maywood Cemetery
Mortuary: Blase-Wetzel-Strauser Memorial Chapel in Curtis
Born April 22, 1974, in Cheyenne, Wyo.
Parents: Edward Anderson and Alice Knight Brown
Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Alice and Gordon Brown of Maywood; father, Edward Anderson and his wife, Loretta, of Sun City, Ariz.; brother, Buddy of Gothenburg; sisters, Debra Anderson of Cheyenne and Cyndra Johannsen of Kearney; and stepgrandmother, Ellen Brown of Curtis
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BENNETT, Steve J., 91, of Kearney died Sunday, July 25, 2010, at St. John's Good Samaritan Center in Kearney
Services: Thursday, Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services
Burial: Ovid, Colo.
Memorials: St. John's Good Samaritan Center in Kearney
Born Dec. 15, 1918, in Creighton
Parents: Ralph and Maude (Smith) Bennett
Moved with his family to Colorado, attended school in Julesburg; On Sept. 24, 1994, he married Margaret Stevens at the Methodist Church in Amherst
Moved to Wichita, Kan., worked as a commercial pilot, also ran a taxi service and played in a country western band; retired, 1992, and moved to Kearney
Activities: enjoyed playing music and dancing; past member of the Kearney Eagles Club
Survivors include his wife; son, Virgil Bennett and his special friend, Jan Lehl, of Loveland, Colo.; daughter, Joyce Bennett of Chicago; sister, Bessie Mizell and her husband, Roger, of Kearney; and numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by his parents, an infant brother and two sisters
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BERGLUND, Kenneth A., 32, of Kearney died Friday, July 23, 2010, as the result of an automobile accident near Cozad
Services: Thursday, O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Westlawn Cemetery in Grand Island
Born Dec. 31, 1977, in Norfolk
Parents: Stewart and Kaye (Deitloff) Berglund
Grew up in Norfolk, Grand Island, Wood River and Hastings; graduated from Hastings High School in 1997
Worked as a semitrailer truck driver with MRK Inc. at the time of his death
Activities: loved being outdoors and driving truck
Survivors include his son, Alex Carman of Hastings; father and stepmother, Stewart and Normay Berglund of Colorado Springs, Colo.; brother, Joe Berglund and his wife, Barb, of Shelton; grandparents, Phil and Bertha Burns of Quartzsite, Ariz.; nephew, Camron Berglund of Shelton; niece, Emmilly Berglund of Shelton; stepfather, Gary Barg of Minden; stepbrother, Aric Wade of Colorado Springs; stepsisters, Kayla Wade and Jayna Jaeke, both of Colorado Springs; special friend, Amy Beisner of Kearney; many aunts and uncles; and numerous cousins
Was preceded in death by his mother, Kaye Barg; paternal grandparents, Bill and Ruth Berglund; and maternal grandfather, Ervin Deitloff
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BROBERG, Faye M., 91, of Kearney died Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010, at her home
Services: Thursday, First Baptist Church in Kearney
Burial of cremains: Moses Hill Cemetery near Holdrege
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann
Memorials: to the church
Born Jan. 24, 1919, in Bladen
Parents: Nels and Anna (Moffitt) Thompson
With family moved to Holdrege; graduated from Holdrege High School in 1937
On July 23, 1939, she married Welton Broberg in Holdrege. He died Nov. 12, 1985. Lived south of Holdrege, north of Bertrand and north of Loomis and retired in Holdrege in 1969; moved to Kearney in July 1990; moved to Northridge Retirement Community, 2004
Worked 24 years in nursing in both Holdrege hospitals
Activities: taught Sunday school and Bible school at the Evangelical Church in Loomis, was a 4-H leader, and enjoyed several clubs, such as Bible study, extension club and Sisters of Ruth and Naomi Circle; member of First Baptist Church in Kearney; enjoyed helping with tours to Branson, Mo., for several years and enjoyed many activities at the Senior Center in Kearney
Survivors include her sons, Daryl Broberg and his wife, Carol, of Sutherland and Richard Broberg of Overland Park, Kan.; grandchildren, Vicki Varela and her husband, Mitch, of Greeley, Colo., Robert Broberg of North Platte and Justin Broberg of Omaha; great-grandson, RaShawn Varela of Greeley; sisters-in-law, Ruth Johnson of Springfield, Mo., and Beverly Duff of Arlington, Texas; and many nieces and nephews
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her son, Jim, on Aug. 3, 1993; sisters, Lila Parvin and Dorothy Mae Dusek; brother, Bobby; her parents; and sister-in-law, Doris Renken
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CLOUSE, Leeann K., 50, of Kearney died Sunday, July 25, 2010, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Wednesday at Cornerstone Berean Church in Kearney
Burial: North Platte Cemetery
Mortuaries: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services in Kearney and Carpenter Memorial Chapel in North Platte
Memorials: Make-A-Wish Foundation or the The Leeann & Jeremiah Scholarship Fund in the UNK social work department
Born May 8, 1960, at North Platte
Parents: Francis "Tat" and Cathleen (Sarratt) Wilson
Attended Washington Elementary School in North Platte, graduated from Sutherland High School in 1978; earned a bachelor's degree in social work from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 1999
Married: Oct. 30, 1982, to Stanley Clouse in North Platte
Lived in North Platte, Shelton and Kearney; had one son, Jeremiah; in Kearney, worked with Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska, began as the community services assistant and eventually became the community service director; became the community planning director, 2010
Activities: served as an Envoy for the Kearney Area Chamber of Commerce and served with Buffalo County Community Partners, Kearney Woman's Club, the State Board for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and numerous work-related committees; treasured the time spent with her family
Survivors include her husband; her mother, of North Platte; brother, Steve Wilson of North Platte; and several aunts, uncles and cousins
Was preceded in death by her father and her son, Jeremiah
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ENGLEMAN, Stanley E., 75, of Kearney died Tuesday, July 27, 2010 at Ravenna Good Samaritan Center
Services: Friday, O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Arnold Cemetery with military honors
Memorials: Family of Christ Lutheran Church in Kearney or Arnold Lutheran Church
Born Sept. 12, 1934, in Litchfield
Parents: Olon and Blanche (Yarrington) Engleman
Grew up in Arnold, graduated from Arnold High School, 1952
Military: U.S. Army, 1955-1957
Married: June 30, 1961, to Arleta Hodges
Worked at Eaton Corp. in Kearney for 29 years; working for Enterprise Rental for several years after retirement
Activities: was a family man, enjoyed working on his lawn and his pickup; also enjoyed classic Westerns and watching the Huskers; lifetime member of Arnold Lutheran Church
Survivors include his loving wife; son, Craig Engleman and his wife, Robyn, of Grand Island; daughters, Marcy Dobbe and her husband, Jim, of Norfolk and Marla Cure and her husband, Brian, of Riverdale; brother, Doug Engleman and his wife, Bev, of Arnold; grandchildren, Brandon and Jenny Engleman, Megan, Jessica and Mikala Dobbe, and Isac, Paige and Olivia Cure; great-grandson, Cove Engleman; and many other loving family and friends
Was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Charles Engleman; and sister, Marjorie Cook
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HARRIS, Norman Ellsworth, 94, of York, formerly of Shelton, died Friday, July 30, 2010, in Lincoln
Services: Tuesday, First United Methodist Church in York
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Metz in York
Memorials:University of Nebraska at Kearney Foundation or the donor's choice
Born April 26, 1916, in Wheatland, Wyo.
Parents: James and Eunice (York) Harris
Moved to Kearney in 1919, attended Kearney Public School, graduated in the 50th anniversary class from Kearney High School in 1934; lettered in football at Kearney State College for four years Married: July 27, 1946, to Janice Wimberley at the home of her brother, Clem, in Minden
Lived in Shelton for 1½ years, then moved to a farm northwest of Shelton where they lived for 23 years; built a house on the Harris farmstead, lived there until 2000, then moved to York
Started farming with his father in 1933 near Shelton and continued until retirement in 1982; raised field corn, potatoes, tomatoes and carrots for Campbell's Soup Co. early in his farming career; also raised seed corn for Cornhusker Hybrids and DeKalb; raised livestock including hogs and purebred Black Angus cattle, had a 100-cow herd at one time; fed cattle for a number of years and was a member of the original Buffalo County Feeders Association, the Nebraska Livestock Feeders Association and the National Cattlemen's Association; was a local Ak-Sar-Ben representative for several years
Activities: was baptized at Kearney Christian Church; later joined Shelton United Methodist Church, served on the church board and played a part in the building of the new church and parsonage; member of the Shelton Public School Board during redistricting and was active in the building of the new school and swimming pool; member of Shelton Lions Club and the Mid-State Board; was a 13-year member of the Kearney State College Foundation and served as both vice president and president
Survivors include his wife; daughter, Kristi Scheele and her husband, Fred, of Waco; son, J. Scott and his wife, Jolyn (Jensen), of Kearney, Mo.; grandchildren, Karla Scheele, Kevin Scheele and wife Katie (Bacon), Kyle Scheele, Jennifer Harris Turpin, and Wendy Harris Jackson and her husband, Jeff; and great-grandsons, Benjamin and Alexander Turpin
Was preceded in death by his parents and siblings
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KEGLEY, Jackie, 70, of Kearney died of cancer Friday, July 23, 2010, at her home
Services: Wednesday, First United Methodist Church
Burial: Prairie Center Cemetery at Haven's Chapel north of Kearney
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Memorials: Ron and Jackie Kegley family 4-H Scholarship Fund or to the donor's choice
Born Sept. 19, 1939, in Lincoln
Parents: Jack and Margaret (Leonard) Beard
Was raised in Lincoln, graduated from Lincoln Southeast High School in 1957; graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in home economics, was a member of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority
Married: June 13, 1959, to Ron Kegley in Lincoln
Lived in Lincoln, finished school and worked as a home economist at the gas company; moved to Kearney in 1963, taught high school home economics in Wood River for two years; moved to the farm 10 miles north of Kearney
With a business partner, owned a women's apparel store called the Gazebo; retired and pursued her interest in horticulture, attended classes at Hastings Community College; became a Master Gardener
Activities: enjoyed genealogy and traveled to northern England to further her family research; especially enjoyed spending time with her family; member of First United Methodist Church, Alpha Xi Delta Alumni, Our Afternoon Off Extension Club and the Buffalo County Home Economist; volunteered at the Good Samaritan Hospital Gift Shop
Survivors include her husband; daughter, Christi Dady and her husband, Mike, of Minneapolis; sons, Randall Kegley and his wife, Marcie, of Kearney and Roger Kegley and his wife, Becky, of Omaha; grandchildren, Kegan, Lilly, Abbey, Lanie, Chloe, Tyler, Maranda, Marissa and Mia; and numerous nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Peggy Sisco. Kearney Hub, 27 July, 2010

MOES, Fred R., 74, of Kearney died Monday, Aug. 2, 2010, in Lincoln
Services: Friday, St. James Catholic Church in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born Dec. 13, 1935, in Kearney
Parents: John and Marie (Hubsch) Moes
Graduated from Kearney High School in 1953
Married: Sept. 16, 1961, to Glenda Roeder in Kearney. She preceded him in death
Worked as an optician at Rite Style Optical and then at Central Eye Care with Howard Christman; also farmed and raised livestock northeast of Kearney
Activities: member of St. James Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus and the Eagles Club; enjoyed spending time with his family and attending his kids' and grandchildren's sporting events, bowling, Loper and Husker athletics, going to the county and state fair, and watching all the livestock shows; was very mechanical
Survivors include his sons, Kelley Moes and his wife, Kathy, of Kearney, Kyle Moes and his wife, Stacey, of Elm Creek and Kurt Moes and his wife, Brenda, of Lincoln; son-in-law, Bruce Steinkruger of Upland; sisters, Catherine Zwiener and her husband, Sylvester, of Loveland, Colo., Lucille Chase and her husband, Melvin, of Phoenix and Mary Haldiman of Lincoln; brother, Francis Moes and his wife, Caroline, of Green Bay, Wis.; sister-in-law, Julie Moes of Central City, Iowa; grandchildren, Shaylee Moes, MacKenzie Moes, Alexis Moes, Blake Steinkruger, Cody Steinkruger, Lauren Moes, Taylor Moes and Alyssa Moes; and numerous nieces and nephews. Was preceded in death by his wife; daughter, Kristy Steinkruger; and brother, Ernest
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PRICE, Evelyn C., 90, of Grand Island, formerly of Sodtown, died Saturday, July 31, 2010, at the Lebensraum in Grand Island
Services: Tuesday, Rasmussen Funeral Home in Ravenna
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna
Memorials: the Humane Society
Born March 19, 1920, in Grand Island
Parents: Herman and Christina (Rader) Hinrichs
Graduated from Grand Island High School in 1939; worked at O.P. Skaggs
Married: Nov. 19, 1950, to Richard H. Price. He died in 1977
Lived on a farm in the Sodtown area; moved to Grand Island in 2006
Survivors include her son, Richard D. Price and his wife, Marilyn, of Grand Island; daughter, Christie Sommer and her husband, Arnie, of Wood River; grandchildren, Jeff Price of Miles, Texas, Jennifer Price of Ord, Megan Price of Grand Island, Michelle Hilkemann of Kearney and Sharon Spaulding of Ravenna; and eight great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her husband, one brother and two sisters
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ROLFSMEYER, Elmer, 101, of Kearney, formerly of Litchfield, died Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010, at St. John's Good Samaritan Center in Kearney
Services: Wednesday, Litchfield United Methodist Church
Burial: Pleasant Valley Cemetery northwest of Pleasanton
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Born March 11, 1909, in Crete
Parents: Henry and Mary (Benub) Rolfsmeyer
Moved to the Litchfield area
On May 21, 1932, he married Esther Samuelson in Kearney. She died in 1999
Lived south of Litchfield; farmed there all his life, until 1999
Activities: hobbies included hunting, listening to the Kansas City Royals and reading Western novels until he lost his eyesight; enjoyed his grandchildren and great-grandchildren
Survivors include his daughters, Betty Hand and her husband, Rex, and JoAnne Rolfsmeyer, all of Kearney; daughter-in-law, Rita Rolfsmeyer of Ravenna; eight grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his wife; son, Allen; an infant son, Donald; brothers, Rolland, Walt and William; sister, Amanda Bramer; and an infant sister
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SCHUTZ, Sharon Ann, 57, of Broomfield, Colorado, formerly of Elm Creek, Neb., and Lincoln, Neb., died of cancer Thursday, July 29, 2010, at the Hospice Care Center in Louisville
Services: Wednesday, Risen Savior Lutheran Church in Broomfield
Burial: Broomfield Commons Cemetery
Mortuary: Rundus in Broomfield
Memorials: Hospice Care of Boulder and Broomfield counties or the Risen Savior Lutheran Church building fund
Born Jan. 17, 1953, in Lexington, Neb.
Parents: Wilbur and Erma (Schurr) Ray
Graduated from Elm Creek High School in 1971, attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney, graduated from the CNTCC School of Practical Nursing at Kearney in 1975
Married: April 12, 1980, to Dennis Schutz in Kearney, Neb.
Lived in various cities in Nebraska and then moved to Broomfield in 1995
Was a nurse for 35 years; worked for Kaiser Permanente in Colorado for 15 years
Activities: enjoyed cooking, traveling, crafts and Nebraska Big Red football; cherished her friends and was a wonderful mother and grandmother
Survivors include her husband; son, Jonathan Schutz of Broomfield; daughter, Sara Holder, husband David and grandson Evan of Thornton; her mother of Elm Creek; brother, Howard Ray, wife Cheryl, niece Kristen and nephew Brandon of Lewiston, Idaho; niece, Lindsey Howard and husband Tracy of Spring Creek, Nev.; mother-in-law, Norrine Rockwell of Kearney; and sister-in-law, Eunice Hibbs, husband Darold and niece Phoebe of Lincoln
Was preceded in death by her father
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TROMPKE, Jeremy J., 36, of Kearney died Thursday, July 29, 2010, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Tuesday, O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home
Body will be cremated after the service
Born Aug. 6, 1973, in Kearney
Parents: William Trompke and Christine (Eggli) Wadas
Grew up in Kearney and Gibbon; graduated in 1992 from Gibbon High School; attended Milford Technical College majoring in mechanics; lived in Lincoln prior to college, working for Certified and B&pD Auto Was employed by Anderson Wrecking in Kearney, worked in its auto part sales
Activities: passion was rebuilding engines and racing; enjoyed playing with his dog, spending time with family and friends, making people laugh, traveling, outdoor activities that included jet skiing, four-wheeling, going to the lake, helping others, listening to music, and attending concerts
Survivors include his parents, William Trompke of Gibbon and Joseph and Christine Wadas of Ord; brothers, Chad Trompke and his wife, Renee, of Lincoln, Adam Trompke and his wife, Crystal, of Ord and Joey Wadas and his wife, Melissa, of Florence, Colo.; sister, Sara Wadas of Ord; nephews, Gavin, Emerson, Jaden and Everett Trompke and Brandon Wadas; niece, Talia Wadas; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and countless friends
Was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ben and Hazel Eggli, and grandmother, Agnes Wadas
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WOLFE, Christine, 57, of Osteen, Florida, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Tuesday, July 27, 2010, at her home
Services: Monday, United Methodist Church in Elm Creek, Neb.
Burial: Greenwood Cemetery in Lexington
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann in Elm Creek
Memorials: the church, the Diabetes Foundation or the donor's choice
Born Dec. 21, 1952, in Norman, Okla.
Parents: Pete and Vergene (Foged) Wolfe
Grew up in Tiburon, Calif., and Elm Creek and received her education in Elm Creek
Married: 1978, to Larry Trussell in Holdrege
Lived in Kentucky and Florida; worked for a cab company in Louisville, Ky.
Activities: member of the United Methodist Church in Osteen
Survivors include her sons, Keith and Kenneth McKee of Kearney, Neb.; mother, Vergene (Wolfe) Clumpner of Osteen; sister, Lynette McKee of Elm Creek; and numerous nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her father; stepfather, Al Clumpner; and brother, Phil Wolfe
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