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LAMBERT, Gus E., 85, of Shelton, died Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009, at The Homestead Assisted Living in Kearney
Graveside services will be June
Body was cremated
Mortuary: Godberson of Gibbon/Shelton
Memorials: the Shelton Fire Department, the United Methodist Church of Shelton and AseraCare Hospice in Kearney
Born June 2, 1923, in Scotia
Parents: Gus and Mary (Gumprecht) Lambert
Graduated from Shelton High School in 1940, attended Chaffey Junior College in Ontario, Calif.
On Oct. 20, 1983, he married Bessie Gumprecht. She died April 9, 2006
Military: 1943, entered the U.S. Air Force, was stationed in Germany
Returned to Nebraska, operated the Shelton Cafe; later farmed southeast of Shelton; also served as a Buffalo County commissioner
Survivors include his sister, Mary Hodges of Lexington; niece, Sallie Rosenthal of Juniata; nephews, Mike Hodges of McCook, Jim Fowler of Yankton, S.D., Pat Hodges of Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada, and Jeff Hodges of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and stepgrandchildren, Jeanie Reese Whitmark of Irvine, Calif., and Ronald Reese of Twentynine Palms, Calif.
Was preceded in death by his wife, and sister, Corinne Fowler
Kearney Hub, 26 February, 2009

SZAFRAJDA, Leonard E., 80, of Gibbon died Friday, Feb. 20, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Thursday, St. James Catholic Church in Kearney
Burial: Gibbon Riverside Cemetery with military honors
Mortuary: Godberson in Gibbon
Born Oct. 23, 1928, near Rockville
Parents: Egnatz and Laura (Stobbe) Szafrajda
Married: June 4, 1955, to Juanita Schnase in Loup City
Survivors include his wife; son, Michael of Kearney; daughters, Karen Anderson and Deborah Buck, both of Kearney, and Lori Vanorsdall of Wallkill, N.Y.; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandson
Kearney Hub, 24 February, 2009

WILMOT, Paul D., 83, of Kearney died Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009, at his home
Services: Wednesday, First United Methodist Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery with military honors
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: First United Methodist Church or the UNK Athletic Department
Born June 21, 1925, in Wilsonville
Parents: Everett and Helen (Miller) Wilmot
Was a 1943 graduate of Wilsonville High School
Military: U.S. Marine Corps, Oct. 11, 1943-March 15, 1946
Married: May 20, 1952, to Lola White at the Methodist Church in Arcadia
Attended Kearney State College,received his bachelor of science degree in 1950 and master's degree in guidance counseling in 1957; later attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to do graduate work
Taught 13 years in public schools in Arcadia, Odessa, Elm Creek and Cozad; served at the University of Nebraska at Kearney for the next 27 years, supervised student teachers then was director of placement and then the director of personnel; retired in 1990
Activities: member of First United Methodist Church, American Legion Post 52 and a lifetime member of VFW Post 759; served on the board of education for Kearney Public Schools and on the board of the Kearney Housing Authority; hobbies were hunting and fishing; had a great interest in cars
Survivors include his wife; son, Delwin and his wife, Pamela, of Lincoln; daughters, Sondra Helsel and her husband, Rick, of Port Charlotte, Fla., and Joni Wilmot of Benedict; and grandchildren, Ricky, Rebecca and Felicia Helsel and Michael, Jason and MaKayla Wilmot
Was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers
Kearney Hub, 24 February, 2009

WAGNER, Jack E., 77, of Kearney died Monday, Feb. 23, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial services: Friday, First Presbyterian Church in Kearney; additional services in Oklahoma City
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: the Kearney Housing Authority
Born April 21, 1931, in McCook
Parents: Henry and Cleo (Kile) Wagner
Graduated from Kearney High School in 1949; lived in McCook, Holdrege, and then in Oklahoma for more than 50 years; since retirement, had lived in Oklahoma and Kearney
Married Ruby Parman
Survivors include his sons, John of Oklahoma City and Robert and Richard, both of Moore, Okla.; sister, Jill Gealy of Kearney; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 26 February, 2009

CRAMER, Elsie K., 64, of Sumner died Monday, Feb. 23, 2009, at St. Luke's Good Samaritan Village in Kearney
Services: Friday, United Church of Sumner East Campus
Burial: Sumner Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner, Kearney
Memorials: United Church of Sumner, the Sumner Rescue Squad, Dawson County Museum for the restoration of the Fairhaven Church or AseraCare Hospice
Born Jan. 24, 1945, in Klamath Falls, Ore.
Parents: Claude and Lucille (Arnold) Parish
Moved to Miller in 1948, attended elementary school, graduated from Sumner-Eddyville-Miller High School in 1962
Married: May 27, 1962, to Dwane Cramer in Miller
Lived near Miller for two years, moved to Omaha in 1964; moved to Sumner in 1972
Worked at Becton-Dickenson in Broken Bow, 1976-1996; retired for health reasons
Activities: member of Fairhaven Baptist Church, attended the United Church in Sumner; sang with Sweet Adelines and the church choir, also sang at many funerals and weddings throughout the years
Survivors include her husband; sons, Nathan Cramer and his wife, Robyn, of Kearney and Kees Slot and his wife, Kirsten, of Kampen, Netherlands; daughter, Amy Leibhart of Kearney; brothers, Douglas Parish and his wife, Janet, of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Charles Parish and his wife, Mary, of Kearney; sister, Judith Maass and her husband, Dave, of Omaha; and grandchildren, Hannah and Rex Leibhart, Brittany, BreAnna and Kirsten Cramer and Vladmir and Sylvana Slot
Was preceded in death by her parents
Kearney Hub, 26 February, 2009

COOVER, Donald Edwin, 88, of Littleton, Colorado, died Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009, in Englewood, Colorado
Burial: Kearney, Neb.
Mortuary: Drinkwine in Littleton
Born Feb. 13, 1920, in Kearney
Parents: Ira and Ada (Toole) Coover
Graduated from Kearney State Teachers College in 1941 and the University of Denver in 1950 with a master's degree; taught 40 years in Nebraska and at Grant Junior High in Littleton
Married Eileen Johnson; she died in 1952
Married Betty Reynolds; she died in 2006
Survivors include his sister, Ann Coover Brown of Fort Worth, Texas
Activities: enjoyed family, traveling and organ recitals; was a long-time member of the American Theater Organ Society and Littleton United Methodist Church
Kearney Hub, 27 February, 2009

HANSEN, Janice "Neicie", 93, of Kearney died Saturday, Feb. 28, 2009, at her home
Services: Wednesday, First Presbyterian Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: First Presbyterian Church and the Kearney Senior Center
Born Sept. 15, 1915, near Boelus
Parents: William and Anna (Hansen) Lemburg
Graduated from Boelus High School in 1933
Married: Nov. 22, 1941, to Richard Hansen in Grand Island. He preceded her in death
Activities: member of First Presbyterian Church for more than 50 years; member of the American Legion Women's Auxiliary in Miller for 55 years; enjoyed sharing the produce of her vegetable garden; especially enjoyed her grandchildren, nieces and nephews
Bred wild ducks that were recognized for their quality and were exhibited at national zoos and parks, and were a source of enjoyment and education for neighbors, school-aged children and Kearney residents
Survivors include her son, Ronald Hansen and his wife, Elizabeth, of Rochester, N.Y.; daughter, Bonnie Leahy and her husband, James, of Marengo, Ill.; brother, William "Billy" Lemburg and his wife, Pearl, of Cairo; grandchildren, Nathan Hansen and his wife, Ann, of Walworth, N.Y., Erik Lars Hansen of Rochester, Amanda Leahy of Chicago, James Leahy of Pittsburgh and Brett Leahy of Marengo; great-grandsons, Lucas and Mason Hansen of Walworth; and many nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her husband, one brother and two sisters
Kearney Hub, 3 March, 2009

SHULTZ, Wanda M., 82, of Kearney died Sunday, March 1, 2009, at Mother Hull Home
Services: Wednesday, O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Memorials: to the family to be designated later
Born April 9, 1926, near Odessa
Parents: Raymond and Fern (Walker) Gillming
Graduated from Longfellow High School in Kearney in 1943; worked at the Coast to Coast store in Kearney and other businesses, also ran the east sale barn café
Married: March 24, 1947, to Ronald Shultz in Kansas. He preceded her in death
Activities: member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary; enjoyed bingo, bowling and gardening
Survivors include her sons, Dennis and Tom of Kearney, Monty and his wife, Peggy, of Spokane, Wash., John and his wife, Shirley, of Rapid City, S.D., and Ron Bates and his wife, Diane, of Olympia, Wash.; daughters, Carolyn Musil and her husband, Rick, of Kearney and Becky Burnley and her husband, John, of Urbandale, Iowa; 25 grandchildren; and 50 great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her husband; son, Terry; and one brother
Kearney Hub, 3 March, 2009

ZIMMERMAN, Frank O. Jr., 81, of Kearney died Sunday, March 1, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Saturday, First Christian Church in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery, military honors
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner Memorials: First Christian Church or to local public school music programs
Born Feb. 3, 1928, in Kearney
Parents: Frank Sr. and Anna (Frandsen) Zimmerman
Graduated from Kearney High School in 1945
Military: U.S. Army during the Korean War, was stationed in Japan; attained the rank of sergeant
Married: March 1, 1953, to Jaqueline Swain in Kearney
Worked the majority of his life as a printer; was employed with Zimmerman Printing in Kearney, Albee Printers in Grand Island, Classical Graphics in Kearney and Central Community College-Hastings in the print department
Activities: was a life member of Kearney V.F.W. Post 759; enjoyed model trains, carpentry, playing golf, walking, helping family members on the farm, reading and puzzle games; was very fond of listening to his wife play the piano; especially enjoyed attending his kids' and grandkids' activities and musical concerts
Survivors include his wife; son, Michael Zimmerman, of Long Beach, Calif.; daughters, Julie Tarr and her husband, Kevin, of Hildreth, Linda Johns and her husband, Pat, of Elm Creek and Kelly Zapp, of Grand Island; brother, Ron Loebig of Pharr, Texas; sister, Velma Jean DeForest of Lockport, Ill.; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by two brothers, four sisters, one child in infancy and one granddaughter
Kearney Hub, 5 March, 2009

KRUEGER, Carol, 74, of Pleasanton died Monday, March 2, 2009, at her home near Pleasanton
Services: Wednesday, Rasmussen Funeral Home in Ravenna
Burial: Pleasanton Cemetery
Born July 3, 1934, in Pleasanton
Parents: Marcus and Alice Davis
Was educated in Pleasanton, graduated from Pleasanton High School in 1951; was a graduate of Kearney State College; taught school in North Platte and Pleasanton
Married Mervin Krueger; lived in Pleasanton
Worked at Eaton Corp. in Kearney for 24 years; retired in 1991
Activities: member of Grace Lutheran Church; enjoyed gardening, her Model T and her grandchildren
Survivors include her sons, Kevin of Hazard, Mitchell and Marc, both of Pleasanton, and Doyle of Kearney; daughter, Kay Siebenaler of Kearney; and six grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her parents and one son
Kearney Hub, 3 March, 2009

MOORE, Pat J., 51, of Kearney died Tuesday, March 3, 2009, in Kearney
Services: Saturday, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: Children's Museum in Kearney
Born Aug. 15, 1957, in Spalding
Parents: Bob and Betty (Clark) Moore
Graduated from Greeley High School in 1976
Married April 7, 1979, to Tami James at the Church of the Visitation in O'Conner
Was a carpenter by trade, worked as a builder in the Greeley County and Grand Island areas; built homes in central Nebraska, Flagstaff and Sedona, Ariz., and Emporia, Kan.; moved to Kearney in 1993, established and operated Moore Construction Inc.
Activities: gardening, walking his dogs, mentoring friends and employees, and building neighborhoods; was a devoted husband and father
Survivors include his wife; sons, Patrick and his wife, Katie, of Portland, Ore., Christopher and his fiancee, Maryann Markes, of Des Moines, Iowa, and Taylor of Kearney; his father of the Nebraska Veterans Home in Grand Island; brother, Jim Moore of San Francisco; sisters, Ellen Gitt and her husband, Dan, of Wilcox, Ann Bruns and her husband, Dennis, of Grand Island and Kate Glaser and her husband, Paul, of Spalding; and dozens of nieces, nephews and extended family members
Was preceded in death by his mother
Kearney Hub, 6 March, 2009

YOUNG, Elaine, 84, of Ravenna died Wednesday, March 4, 2009, at Good Samaritan Center in Ravenna
Services: Saturday, Rasmussen Funeral Home in Ravenna
Burial: Ansley Cemetery
Mortuaries: Govier Bros. in Broken Bow and Rasmussen in Ravenna
Born Oct. 16, 1924, north of Hazard
Parents: Bill and Beulah (Conrad) Sigler
Married: Oct. 18, 1942, to Robert Young near Hazard. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her son, Barry of Winona, Minn.; brothers, David Sigler and Roy Sigler, both of Ravenna, Lyman Sigler of Grand Island and Robert Sigler of Kingsburg, Calif.; sisters, Marge Larsen of Hazard and Jean Zinnel of Worthington, Minn.; two grandsons; six great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson
Kearney Hub, 6 March, 2009

COX, Larry, 71, of Ravenna died Thursday, March 5, 2009, at his home near Ravenna
Services: Saturday, Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Ravenna
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Memorials: the church or the Ravenna Emergency Unit
Born July 4, 1937, in Ravenna
Parents: LaVerne and Vera (Muhlbach) Cox
Was educated at St. Michael School; graduated from Ravenna High School in 1954
Military: U.S. Navy for three years
Married Jan. 3, 1959, to Alice Musil at St. Wenceslaus Church south of Ravenna
Worked at the Grand Island Ordnance Plant for six years; moved to Alliance, was employed by Burlington Northern Railroad for 27 years; returned to Ravenna in 1997
Activities: loved the outdoors, his children and his granddaughter
Survivors include his wife; son, Michael Cox of Ravenna; daughters, Teri Mack and her husband, Doug, of Ravenna and Cristi Cox and Lori Cox, both of Broomfield, Colo.; sister, Alona Schmid of Lincoln; granddaughter, Ashley Mack of Grand Island; and several nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by his parents
Kearney Hub, 6 March, 2009

BARENT, Raymond, 83, of Ravenna died Thursday, March 5, 2009, at Good Samaritan Center in Ravenna
Services: Monday, Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Ravenna
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Was born July 26, 1925, in Sherman County
Parents: Andrew and Anna (Krakowski) Barent
Was educated in Sherman County
Married June 1, 1954, to Theresa Schuller at Our Lady of Lourdes Church
Lived on a farm near Rockville
Activities: member of St. Mary's Church and Our Lady of Lourdes Church
Survivors include his wife; sons, Jeff Barent of Rockville, Terry Barent and his wife, Joan, of Ravenna and Rick Barent and his wife, Betsy, of Lincoln; daughters, Debbie Barent of Ravenna and Cathy Spellman and her husband, Todd, of York; brother, Alvin Barent of Rockville; sisters, Elizabeth Ruchy of Grand Island and Deloris Viesk of Riverside, Calif.; and grandchildren, Scott Barent of Kearney, Jordan Barent and Abby Barent, both of Ravenna, Anna Barent and Ryan Barent, both of Lincoln, and Elizabeth Spellman and Nathan Spellman, both of York
Was preceded in death by seven brothers and one sister
Kearney Hub, 6 March, 2009

FAIRCHILD, Wanda L., 60, of Lincoln died Tuesday, March 3, 2009, at BryanLGH Medical Center West in Lincoln
Services: Monday at O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Memorials: Disabled American Veterans
Born July 18, 1948, in Gothenburg
Parents: F. Paul and Arline (Veit) Musil
Grew up in Gibbon, graduated from Gibbon High School in 1966; graduated from Queen Anne Beauty School, worked in Kearney as a cosmetologist; completed licensed practical nursing school in 1980; worked at a hospital in Mitchell, S.D., for two years, then was employed by the Good Samaritan Society in Hastings and Gibbon and Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Married 1990, to Ron Fairchild. He preceded her in death
Activities: member of the American Legion Auxiliary, was involved with the Vietnam Veterans of Nebraska
Survivors include her son, Aaron Keup and his wife, Elaine, of Papillion; daughter, Tracie Klosterman and her husband, Tim, of Lincoln; her mother of Gibbon; sister, Paula Slade and her husband, Gary, of Gibbon; brother, Rick Musil and his wife, Carolyn, of Kearney; and six grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her husband, father and one nephew
Kearney Hub, 6 March, 2009

ZAPATA, Guadalupe G., 80, of Kearney died Wednesday, March 4, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Monday, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: to the family to be designated later
Born Jan. 4, 1929, in Natalia, Texas
Parents: Julian and Boneta (Hernandez) Garcia
Married: July 29, 1945, to Jose Zapata Sr. in Devine, Texas. He preceded her in death
Lived in Texas, moved to Kearney in 1962; was a member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church
Survivors include her sons, Tino and his wife, Susie, Gabriel and his wife, Christina, Rick and his wife, Mary, Victor and his wife, Rena, and Paul and his wife, Carol, all of Kearney, Jose Jr. and his wife, Barb, of Grand Island and Max and his wife, Betty, of Alliance; daughter, Gloria Arredondo of Kearney; brother, Pilo Garcia of Plainview, Texas; sisters, Julia Pedroza and Mary Carter, both of Casa Grande, Ariz., Petra Sanchez of San Antonio and Mary Lou Fuentez of Chandler, Ariz.; 26 grandchildren; and 36 great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her husband; two great-grandchildren and one sister
Kearney Hub, 7 March, 2009

BALFANY, Justin Gaines, 15, of Kearney died Sunday, March 8, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital from injuries received in a one-car accident northwest of Kearney
Services: Thursday, Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Burial: Prospect Hill Cemetery in Norfolk
Mortuary: Horner-Lieske-Horner
Memorials: to be designated at the Harmon Park Tennis Courts
Born March 18, 1993, in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Parents: Gregory and Susan (Ahrendts) Balfany
Moved with his family to Kearney in May 1997; was a sophomore at Kearney High School
Activities: member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church and the church Praise Band, the Kearney High tennis team and a past member of the Kearney Diamondbacks baseball and Kearney Blaze basketball teams; enjoyed working as a lifeguard for the Kearney Park and Recreation Department; member of HOSA, Lead America and the Jeep Group; was invited to attend President Barack Obama's nomination acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in Denver as a member of Lead America and served as a correspondent for the Kearney Hub and the Sidney Sun Telegraph newspapers
Survivors include his parents of Kearney; sister, Kaci Balfany of Kearney; grandparents, Don and Kae Balfany of Norfolk and Karen Ahrendts of Lincoln; great-grandmother, Pearl Balfany of Yankton, S.D.; and several aunts, uncles and cousins
Was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Larry Gaines and Robert Ahrendts
Kearney Hub, 11 March, 2009

SAYLES, Russell O., 88, of Kearney died Sunday, March 8, 2009, at his home
Services: Wednesday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Kearney Cemetery, military honors
Memorials: Paralyzed Veterans Association
Born Oct. 20, 1920, in Norfolk
Parents: Purl and Edna (Feuring) Sayles
Grew up in Norfolk, graduated from Norfolk High School
Military: U.S. Army Air Corps, 1942-1946, veteran of World War II
Married: May 26, 1944, to Goldie Elenor Erickson in Lincoln
Was employed by the Veteran's Administration office in Lincoln, 1946-1951; began working for Union Pacific Railroad as a switchman in North Platte, 1951, finished his career in Kearney and retired in 1981
In his youth, gave his heart to the Lord and remained faithful to his choice to the end of his life; loved life, his family, his grandchildren and dear friends
Survivors include his wife; sons, Leslie Sayles of Edgewood, N.M., and Steven Sayles and his wife, Nancy, of Kearney; grandchildren, Maegen Settlemires and her husband, Corey, of Pensacola, Fla., Marika Sayles of Oxford, Miss., Harlan Sayles and his wife, Cama, of Omaha and Joshua Sayles and his wife, Belinda, of Kearney; great-grandchildren, Maizie and ReneƩ Sayles and Parker and Paityn Settlemires; sisters-in-law, Doris Westbrook of Arnold and Elaine Erickson of Broken Bow; brothers-in-law, Delmar Erickson of Valparaiso, Bryn Williams of Lincoln and Lyton Gibson of Falls Church, Va.; and several nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by his parents and twin sister, Ruth
Kearney Hub, 10 March, 2009

THOMPSON, Vera M., 88, of Kearney died Sunday, March 8, 2009, at her home
No services; body was donated to the Nebraska Anatomical Board
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann
Born July 14, 1920, in Paterson, N.J.
Parents: Thaddeaus and Regina (Grimes) Thornton
Married: Dec. 31, 1965, to Jode Thompson in Omaha. He preceded her in death
Survivors: sisters-in-law and nieces and nephews
Kearney Hub, 10 March, 2009

OTTEN, Christopher, 31, of Kearney died Monday, March 2, 2009 at his residence
Services: March 12, O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home in Kearney
Memorials: to the family
Born Nov. 9, 1977, in Los Angeles
Parents: Scott and Gail (Jackson) Otten
Grew up in Los Angeles and North Platte
Married: Nov. 22, 2005, to Jaime Bose in Las Vegas
Lived in Lincoln; moved to Kearney, was employed as a subcontractor for Runge Construction
Enjoyed spending time with his children
Survivors include his wife; son, Mateo of Kearney; daughters, Myka of Kearney and Abbigale Klindworth of Florida; parents, Scott and Norma Otten of Los Angeles and Gail and Ken Jones of Fremont; brother, Jeremy of Los Angeles; half-brother, Scotty of Los Angeles; and stepbrothers, Michael and Danny Vizcaino of Los Angeles
Was preceded in death by his grandparents, Robert and Lillian Otten and Robert and Charlene Jackson
Kearney Hub, 10 March, 2009

CAVENEE, Robert Henry "Bob", 78, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, died Sunday, March 8, 2009, in Colorado Springs
Graveside services: Sat. August 1, 2009, in Kearney, Neb., with military honors
Body was cremated
Burial: next to his dear brother, Gordon, in Kearney
Mortuary: Swan-Law in Colorado Springs
Memorials: donor's choice
Born June 4, 1930, in Kearney
Parents: Paul and Elizabeth Cavenee
Married: Aug. 18, 1955, to Rosa Cooper in Omaha
Military: U.S. Air Force for 30 years, including tours of duty in the Vietnam War and postings worldwide, including Morocco, Korea, Germany, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, Newfoundland and throughout the United States; achieved the rank of chief master sergeant before retiring in 1976; worked an additional 15 years in graphic arts management at the U.S. Postal Service; was a 40-year member of the Masonic Lodge
Had been a resident of Colorado Springs for the last four years
Survivors include his wife; sons, Michael Cavenee and his wife, Michele, of Dallas and Timothy Cavenee and his wife, Gail, of Plattsburg, N.Y.; daughter, Elizabeth Shaver of Atlanta; grandchildren, Mallory, Jeffrey, Kami, Michael and Sarah; and sisters, Mary, Betty and Ruth
Was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and two sisters
Kearney Hub, 12 March, and 29 July, 2009

DELLERT, Albert B., 91, of Grand Island, formerly of Shelton, died Tuesday, March 10, 2009, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island
Services: Saturday, Shelton United Methodist Church
Burial: Shelton Cemetery, military honors
Mortuary:Godberson of Gibbon/Shelton
Memorials: to the church or the Wood River Valley Historical Society of Shelton
Born Feb. 11, 1918, in Mishawaka, Ind.
Parents: Emil and Sophie (Vervat) Dellert
Spent his early childhood in Plattsmouth, movws to Wood River in the mid-1920s; graduated from Wood River High School in 1936; worked in the Civilian Conservation Corps until 1940
Married: Oct. 5, 1940, to Blanche Dally in Grand Island. She died in 2007
Lived in Shelton Military: the U.S. Army 1942-1946; was stationed in Texas; served in the Philippines
Returned to Shelton, worked for Woodman Irrigation and 24 years for Klein Chevrolet; worked for Eaton Corp. of Kearney, 1970- 1982; after retiring,also served as janitor for the Shelton United Methodist Church until 2003; lived at the Primrose Retirement Center in Grand Island since 2006
Activities: member of the United Methodist Church and American Legion; founding member of the Wood River Historical Society, all in Shelton; had served on the Shelton School Board, 1959-1966
Survivors include his son, Hal of Lincoln; grandchildren, Damon Lee and Amy Wyatt; and three great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his wife; parents; daughter, Nancy (Lee) Cameron in 2003; brother, Arthur; and sister, Olga Mead
Kearney Hub, 12 March, 2009

SAUTTER, Ila P., 83, of Wahoo, formerly of Kearney, died Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009, in Wahoo
Services: Saturday, Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home Chapel in Wahoo
Burial: Sunrise North Cemetery in Wahoo
Memorials: to establish a college fund for her grandson, Marek Sautter
Born March 5, 1925, in Ericson
Parents: Fred and Luella (Perry) Lawrence
Survivors include her daughter-in-law, Cheryl Sautter-Konyn of Riverside, Calif.; grandson, Marek Sautter of Riverside; nieces, Patricia Evans and her husband, Gary, and family of Fremont and Althea Dargan and her husband, Bob, and family of Yukon, Okla.; and other nieces, nephews and cousins
Was preceded in death by her son, Larry Sautter; sisters and brothers-in-law, Lula and Jack McMann, Vera and Don Jones, and Debora and John Trusler; brother and sister-in-law, Lonzo and Frances Lawrence; brother, Cecil Lawrence; and sister, Velma Lawrence
Kearney Hub, 12 March, 2009

CENTINEO, John Barry, 66, of Bel Air, Maryland, died Saturday, March 7, 2009, at his home
Services: Wednesday, St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in Aberdeen
Burial: Harford Memorial Gardens in Aberdeen
Mortuary: McComas in Bel Air
Memorials: Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore, MD
Pallbearers will be John Centineo, Joseph Centineo, Christopher Centineo, Tomas Diaz, Fred Molina and Justin Molina. Honorary pallbearers will be Manuel Molina, Tomas Diaz, John Centineo and James Centineo
Born Sept. 2, 1942, in Baltimore
Parents: James and Cecilia (Barry) Centineo
Married: to Mary Culotta
Graduated from Calvert Hall College High School, 1960; also graduated from the Loyola Executive MBA Program; was CFO for J.L. Clark Manufacturing Corp. in Havre de Grace and for 20 years at Baldwin Filters in Kearney; served as president of The National Association of Public Accountants
Activities: vice president of Aberdeen Coed Softball, was known as "Mr. C."; was the assistant Scout master of Troop 802 in Aberdeen; member of St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church; enjoyed spending time with his family, reading and listening to music, traveling and sports
Survivors include his wife of 45 years; sons, John Centineo and his wife, Debbie, and Joseph Centineo, all of Cleveland, and Christopher Centineo of York, Pa.; daughters, Mary Joe Molina and her husband, Fred, and Michele Diaz and her husband, Tomas, all of Kearney, Neb., and Penelope Centineo of Frederick; 12 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his parents; son, James Nicholas Centineo II; and brothers, Samuel Centineo and James Centineo
Kearney Hub, 10 March, 2009

NEUSTROM, Willys Edward, 89, of Salina, Kansas, died Sunday, March 8, 2009, in Salina
Services: Wednesday, All Saints Orthodox Church in Salina
Burial: Gypsum Hill Cemetery in Salina
Mortuary: Carlson-Geisendorf in Salina
Memorials: All Saints Orthodox Church in Salina, the Salina Rescue Mission, The Ashby House or the Hospice Center of Salina
Born June 19, 1919, in Upland, Neb.
Parents: Edward and Lillie (Rudd) Neustrom
Willys Edward Neustrom, the Very Rev. Archpriest Father Thomas, graduated from Kearney High School in 1936, from Kearney State College in 1941
Married Aug. 26, 1941, to Mabel "Gerry" Slocum at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Kearney; she preceded him in death
Married: June 12, 1993, to Lucille "Lukie" Cannon Jarvis at the St. Francis of Assisi Church in Estes Park, Colo.
Military: U.S. Army 1942 - Feb. 11, 1946; was honorably discharged
Owned and operated a Culligan Soft Water business in Kearney, 1946-1960
Was ordained a deacon in the Episcopal Church in 1963 at St. Luke's in Kearney and to the Episcopal priesthood in 1964 at Christ Church in Central City. In 1966, he was called to serve as priest in Salina and became the co-founder of Salina's first "open" AA group, known as the New Hope AA group; helped establish The Pathfinder Halfway House; in 1967 helped found the first Central Kansas Alcoholic Foundation; 1980-1981, served as program director of the Family Recovery Center in Wakefield; from 1982-1985, served as executive director of the Butler County Substance Abuse Foundation in El Dorado; retired in 1985
Was ordained a priest in the Orthodox Church, 1995; was elevated by the Antioch Orthodox Church to the honored rank of archpriest, 2003
Survivors include his wife; sons, Michael Neustrom and his wife, Dianne, of Bennington, Patrik Neustrom and his wife, Barbara, of Salina and Terry Neustrom and his wife, Lauri, of Tucson, Ariz.; daughters, Melody Rockwell and her husband, Daniel, of Mount Vernon, Iowa, and Carole Bumpus and her husband, Winston, of Austin, Texas; sister, Bonnie Turrentine of Minneapolis; brother-in-law, Howard Watkins of Coos Bay, Ore.; 19 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; stepsons, John Cannon and his wife, Nancy, of Seattle and Thomas Cannon and his wife, Nancy, of Salina; and one stepgranddaughter
Was preceded in death by first wife; infant daughter, Mary Jo; parents; sisters, Maurine Kauer, Lucile Myers and Marguerite Watkins; and brother, Warren Neustrom
Kearney Hub, 10 March, 2009

JONES, James Norman, died 1 March 2009
Services: Thursday, March 5, 2009, in Evergreen Memorial Gardens chapel in Vancouver
Born 30 Jan. 1930 in Miller, Nebraska; was a retired heavy equipment operator
Survivors include daughters, Patti and Jackie
The Orgonian, Portland, Oregon, 5 March, 2009

TAYLOR, Gordon, 67, of Kearney died Wednesday, March 11, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial services: Monday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Memorials: American Cancer Society and the Kearney United Way
Born May 17, 1941, in Kearney
Parents: Claude and Frieda (Florang) Taylor
Grew up on a farm southwest of Riverdale; attended Riverdale High School until its closing in 1958; graduated from Amherst High School in 1959
Military: U.S. Army, member of the 83rd Battalion based at Fort Sill, Okla.; was stationed in Germany
Married: July 21, 1967, to Audrey King in Kearney
Worked for Caldwell Manufacturing, then Lennox Heating and Air Conditioning in Kearney for 22 years; owned and operated Kearney Seamless Gutters from 1987 until now
Survivors include his wife; sons, James Taylor and his wife, Jody, of Lincoln, Brandon Taylor and his wife, Kristin, of Longmont, Colo., and Chad Taylor and his fiancee, Allison Kerkman, of Kearney; brother, Derald Taylor of Glen Rock, Pa.; sister, Norma Dutcher and her husband, Richard, of Martinez, Calif.; and grandchildren, Calvin, Evan and Trevor Taylor of Lincoln and Kyle and Sara Taylor of Longmont
Was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Eugene, Duane and Virgil; and sisters, Margaret Gewecke and Barbara and Janice Taylor
Kearney Hub, 16 March, 2009

GREEN, Johnita S., 52, of Kearney, Neb. died Wednesday, March 11, 2009, at the University of Colorado Medical Center in Aurora
Memorial services: Monday, New Life Assembly in Kearney
Burial: later
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann in Kearney
Memorials: the family
Born Dec. 12, 1956, in Holdrege, Neb.
Parents: John and Sylvia (Hutfles) Sattler
Grew up in Bertrand, graduated from Bertrand High School in 1975; received her licensed practical nurse degree from Central Community College in 1990
Worked as an LPN for Phelps Memorial Hospital
Married: Jan. 17, 2004, to Jim Green in Kearney
Lived in Kearney; owned and managed Green Valley Stone in Kearney
Activities: member of New Life Assembly, served on mission trips; loved animals, especially horses and her dogs and cats; spent considerable time helping those in recovery; loved spending time with grandchildren and family
Survivors include her parents of Bertrand; husband; son, Cory Fox of Omaha, Neb.; stepson, Joey Green of Kearney; daughter, Wendy Fox and her fiance, David Boesch, of Holdrege; stepdaughters, Jennifer, Jessica and Julianne Green, all of Kearney; grandchildren, Sarah and Abbi of Bertrand, Neb.; brothers, Gerard Sattler of Bertrand, David Sattler and his wife, Jane, of Kearney and John Sattler and his wife, Colleen, of Clive, Iowa; sisters, Denise Perrin and her husband, Tim, of Arapahoe, Neb., Gina Jensen and her husband, Corby, of O'Fallon, Mo., and Susie Conrad and her husband, Rusty, of Kearney; nieces and nephews, Toby Sattler, Lindsey Gonzalez, Jeremy Kuck, Ryan Kuck, Amy Stritt and her husband, Brandon, and Bellamie, Parker Sattler, Addison, Elise and Aubrey Jensen and Connor, Cale, Koren, Conrad, Ellen and Claire Sattler; and mother-in-law, Edna Green of Brighton, Colo.
Was preceded in death by her grandparents
Kearney Hub, 16 March, 2009

ROBINSON, Larry, 66, of Kearney died Thursday, March 12, 2009, at St. John's Good Samaritan Center
Services: Saturday O'Brien-Straatmann Funeral Home
Memorials: American Cancer Society
Born July 4, 1942, in Kearney
Parents: Jesse and Virginia (Ogg) Robinson
Lived in Pleasanton, McCook and Kearney, attended Kearney High School
Military: U.S. Air Force, March 27, 1963-Feb. 18, 1964
Worked as a service station manager and owned several businesses, including an antique store in McCook and Larry's Conoco, Interstate Conoco and Larry's Auction Service in Kearney; returned to Kearney to be with his grandchildren
Hobbies included fishing and watching Westerns
Survivors include his sons, John and his wife, Susan, and Darren and his wife, Jennifer, all of Kearney, and Jeff and his wife, Kathy, of Ord; special friend, Ramona Wilkinson of Trenton; brothers, Roger and his wife, Maria, of Tampa, Fla., Gary and his wife, Cindy, and Barry, all of Kearney, and Royal of Bellevue; and grandchildren, Jessie, Jenna, Kyle, Katy, Isabelle, Jeffrey, Daniel, Madelynn and Alexander
Was preceded in death by his parents
Kearney Hub, 16 March, 2009

BAILEY, Richard "Vic", 94, of Kearney died Saturday, March 14, 2009, St. John's Good Samaritan Center
Graveside services: April 11, Hazelwood Cemetery in Grinnell, Iowa
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann of Kearney
Memorials: United Methodist Church or American Legion, both in Grinnell, or St. John's Good Samaritan Center in Kearney
Born May 17, 1914, in Humboldt
Parents: Arthur and Emma (Sodman) Bailey
Grew up in Lincoln, graduated from Bethany High School; attended Cotner College and Nebraska Wesleyan University, lettered in football, basketball and track; received his bachelor's degree in 1937
Married: March 13, 1941, to Mildred Wilson in Des Moines, Iowa. She died May 20, 1998
Resided in Grinnell after marriage
Military: U.S. Army Air Corps, Oct. 30, 1942-Nov. 15, 1945
Returned to Grinnell, worked as a salesman for Swift & Co. until retirement; moved to Kearney in 2002, was a resident of St. John's Good Samaritan Center
Activities: member of the United Methodist Church, Elks Lodge and American Legion, all in Grinnell; member of Masonic Lodge 297 and the Scottish Rite in Lincoln; recipient of the Bronze Jordan Medal as the oldest living Master Mason of Lodge 297, was a member for 73 years
Survivors include his daughters, Vickie Duede and her husband, Don, of Altoona, Iowa, Jan Haller and her husband, Bob, of Kearney; sister, Leora Norton of La Mirada, Calif.; four grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his wife; parents, one brother and one sister
Kearney Hub, 17 March, 2009

HAZZARD, Kenneth, 91, of Loveland, Colorado, died Thursday, March 12, 2009, in Loveland
Services: Wednesday, Allnutt Funeral Service in Loveland
Burial: Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver
Memorials: the Good Shepherd Church
Born June 5, 1917, in Arnold, Neb.
Parents: Raymond and Alice (Osborn) Hazzard
Graduated from Miller High School, 1934
Military: Army Air Corps in World War II in 1941
Married: May 24, 1947, to Eulah Baker in Kearney, Neb. She preceded him in death
Activities: member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Good Shepherd Church
Survivors include his brothers, Harley Hazzard and his wife, Marlyn, of Broomfield, Raymond Hazzard of Miller, Neb., and Walter Hazzard and his wife, Geri, of Kearney; and sister, Hazel Strickler of Beatrice, Neb.
Was preceded in death by his wife; parents; brother, Bernard Hazzard; and sisters, Ruth Wells, Lois Peters and Roselyn Hazzard
Kearney Hub, 16 March, 2009

REIMERS, Danny L., 53, of Kearney died Friday, March 13, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Wednesday, Horner-Lieske-Horner Mortuary
Burial: Westlawn Cemetery in Grand Island
Kearney Hub, 16 March, 2009

STOPPKOTTE, Jeffrey "Jeff" L., 50, of Kearney died Wednesday, March 11, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Monday, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Shelton Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann
Memorials: the family
Born Sept. 23, 1958, in Grand Island
Parents: Gerald and Kathleen (Argent) Stoppkotte
Attended grade school in Kenesaw; graduated from Shelton High School in 1977; received his bachelor of arts degree in business from Kearney State College
Married: Sept. 10, 1978, to Kristi Hagge in Shelton
Married: Aug. 1, 1986, to Jane Swalley in Kearney
Worked in Colorado for Halliburton during the 1980s; moved to Kearney, worked for First National Bank and then for Eaton Corp.
Activities: member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church; past member of the Masonic Lodge; Pastimes included his passion for Husker football, writing poetry, drinking Coca-Cola, gardening, camping, hunting, fishing and collecting Hot Wheels; loved to run and participate in marathons; especially enjoyed time spent with his children
Survivors include his sons, Benjamin of Fort Collins, Colo., and Matthew and Luke, both of Kearney; daughter, Kylee of Kearney; grandson, Ethan Adams; brothers, Dan of Kearney and Tony of Shelton; sisters, Merrilee Cady of Grand Junction, Colo., Kathy Larsen of Kearney, Tammy of Guild, Tenn., and Gina Juhl and Jody Thyfault, both of Shelton; special people in his life, Deb Stickney and her sons, Logan and Cory; and many nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Cindy; and twin infant nephews, Shawn and Shane
Kearney Hub, 16 March, 2009

THOMAS, Gary F., 77, of Sun City West, Arizona, died Friday, March 13, 2009, at Mercy Adult Care Center in Surprise
Burial: National Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Phoenix
Mortuary: Camino del Sol Funeral Chapel in Sun City West
Memorials: Gary and Roma Thomas Music Scholarship at UNK Foundation, Kearney, NE or to Hospice of the Valley
Born Sept. 3, 1931, in Ravenna, Neb.
Parents: Franklin and Irma (Lauer) Thomas
Graduated from Ravenna High School in 1949; attended Kearney State Teachers College
Married: May 27, 1951, to Roma Schmale of Ravenna
Military: enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1951; served as a bandsman, reached the rank of sergeant; was selected for and attended the Naval School of Music in Washington, D.C.; served 14 months in Seoul, Korea, as first chair clarinetist and drum major of the 8th Army Band
Returned to Kearney State Teachers College to complete his undergraduate bachelor of fine arts in education degree in 1955; was first chair clarinetist and soloist for the concert band, drum major of the marching band, member of the Kearney Community Orchestra, and was a member of Choraleers, Phi Tau Gamma fraternity chancellor, a member of Xi Phi, and a member of the track team; earned a master's degree from the University of Illinois in 1956
Taught woodwinds at Concord College in Athens, W.Va.
Earned a doctorate from the University of Northern Colorado in 1962; taught at the University of Nebraska at Kearney for 37 years; for 31 of those years, was chairman of the music department
Activities: president of the Kearney Rotary Club, president of the Kearney Community Concert Association and recipient of the Gary Thomas Distinguished Music Alumni Award and the UNK Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award; received several awards, and served on several boards
Retired 1994; lived in Nebraska and Arizona, moved permanently to Sun City West in 1997; enjoyed golf and was a member of Echo Mesa Men's Golf Association; served on the board of directors and was a past president of the Nebraska Club of the Sun Cities, Sun City West Fitness Club, West Valley Korean War Veteran's Association and the Sun City West Sportsman's Club; enjoyed traveling during their retirement years
Survivors include his wife of 57 years; sons, Michael and Mark; daughter, Laurie Lee; son-in-law, Kevin Lee; grandchildren, Meredith and Jonathan Lee; two nephews; and one niece
Was preceded in death by his parents and only brother, James
Kearney Hub, 17 March, 2009

JOHNSON, Gloria K., 57, of Des Moines, Iowa, died Saturday, March 14, 2009, in Des Moines
Mortuary: Merle Hay in Des Moines
Born Feb. 11, 1952, in San Antonio
Married: 1986 to Michael "Spoiler" Johnson. He preceded her in death
Moved to Kearney, Neb., and raised her family; later moved to Des Moines to be near family
Enjoyed spending time with her family and grandchildren
Survivors include her son, Curtis Hatcher of Sandwich, Ill.; daughter, Jennifer McCaslin of Bondurant; grandchildren, Claudia, Abigail and Paradais McCaslin, Zachary Van Pelt and Olif Olson; two brothers; and one sister
Was preceded in death by her husband and parents
Kearney Hub, 17 March, 2009

ALBRECHT, LaVern Eugene, 68, of Lexington died Monday, March 16, 2009, at his home
Services: Friday, Trinity Lutheran Church in Lexington
Burial: Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery near Amherst
Mortuary: Reynolds-Love in Lexington
Born Jan. 27, 1941, at Miller
Parents: Robert and Elva (Stevens) Albrecht
Marrid: Aug. 5, 1960, to Connie Scott in Kearney. They divorced
Survivors include his son, Kent of Cozad; daughters, Kristy Wolfe of Lexington and Cindy Brown of Sumner; 12 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 18 March, 2009

PARROTT, Genevieve Marie, 85, of Irving, Texas, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Thursday, March 12, 2009, in Irving
Memorial services: later
Mortuary: Brown's Memorial in Irving
Born June 4, 1913, in Doniphan County, Kan.
Parents: Arthur and Eva (Collins) Dannevik
Married: Harold Parrott. He preceded her in death
Activities: member of The First Christian Church in Irving and The Order of the Eastern Star
Survivors include her daughter, Malou "Marie" Parent and her husband, Lewis, of Irving; three grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her husband of 69 years; parents; sister, Ruby Turner; and nephew, Larry Turner
Kearney Hub, 18 March, 2009

RYAN, Robert E. "Bob", 93, of Kearney died Tuesday, March 17, 2009, at Mother Hull Home
No services
Burial of cremains: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann
Memorials: the family
Born March 24, 1915, in Omaha
Parents: Cornelius and Mary (Cutler) Ryan
When parents divorced, was placed at St. James Orphanage in Omaha; later moved to Boys Town
Graduated from Omaha Tech High School, attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Agriculture; worked his way through college by cooking at the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln; later he moved to Kearney, cooked for hotels, institutions, Kearney State College and the State Hospital for Tuberculosis
Married: Sept. 3, 1947, he married Anne Schmidt in Grand Island. Later worked at Chicago Lumber Co. and as first custodian at Founders Hall at the University of Nebraska at Kearney; retired in 1977; after retirement, was in charge of security at Baldwin Filters for almost 10 years
Activities: was an avid reader, enjoyed his family get-togethers and preparing holiday meals; was a member of the Boys Town Alumni Association
Survivors include his wife of 61 years; son, David of Avondale, Ariz.; daughters, Debbie Ellingson of Kearney and Mary Seelmyer of Great Falls, Mont.; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his parents, sister, brother and one grandson
Kearney Hub, 19 March, 2009

LOWE, John "Shot" III, 77, of Kearney died Tuesday, March 17, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Saturday, St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery with military honors and Masonic rites
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann
Memorials: Kearney High School business department and the Fort Kearney Shrine Auxiliary
Born June 8, 1931, in Kearney
Parents: John Jr. and Ethel (Spencer) Lowe
Graduated from Kearney Public School in 1949; attended Kearney State Teachers College for two years, was a member of the Caledonian Fraternity; graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1953, was a member of Phi Gamma Delta
Military: U.S. Army from July 14, 1953, to June 7, 1955, in Korea
Married 1956 to Andrea Svoboda in Cozad
Began his business career at Lowe & Co. selling insurance and real estate
Activities: member of numerous organizations, including past master of Rob Morris Lodge 46 A.F. & A.M., Scottish Rite, Tehama Shrine, where he served as potentate in 1980; Fort Kearney Shrine; Tehama Clowns; VFW; Elks; IOOF; the Sertoma Club in Kearney; and RSA in New Zealand
Served on the Buffalo County Board of Supervisors for 10 years; member of the Kearney Area Chamber of Commerce Gateway Committee; taught salesmanship at Kearney State College, served as interim president there; member of the Nebraska State College Board
Survivors include his wife; sons, John and his wife, Kim, Timothy and his wife, Mary Beth, and Andrew and his wife, Marcia, all of Kearney; daughter, Hannah Stone and her husband, Roger, of Kearney; and grandchildren, Ben, J.D., Amy, Kolton, Spencer, Alex, Garrison, Nate, James and Thomas
Was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Steve
Kearney Hub, 19 March, 2009
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