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BLACK, Steve "Blackie", 58, of Aurora, formerly of Kearney, died Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011, at his home
Services: Friday at First Christian Church in Aurora
Mortuary: Higby-McQuiston in Aurora
Born July 15, 1953, in Los Angeles
Parents: Bill and Lorene (Graves) Black
Married: Ann Thompson
Survivors include his children, Ryan and Megan, and their mother, Ann; his parents; siblings, Douglas, Brenda, Billie and Lisa and Ken Beach; four nieces; four nephews; two grandnieces; four grandnephews; and close family friends, Jim Vanderheiden and Shirley Strotman
Grew up in California, Nevada and Oklahoma, then settled in what he considered his true hometown, Aurora; excelled in athletics at Aurora High School, was a member of the state championship baseball team; was starting quarterback for the football team and starting guard for the basketball team; played basketball, baseball and tennis at Kearney State College, earned a degree in education
Taught and coached at Kearney High School, then worked at West Pharmaceutical Services for 25 years and became the quality control manager; returned to Aurora
Activities: enjoyed Nebraska autumns; watching his favorite golfer, Phil Mickelson; rooting for the Nebraska Cornhuskers; enjoying Kearney High School track; listening to the Beatles; celebrating Christmas; Disneyland; and playing cards with his buddies; volunteered at the Harold Edgerton Center; was very proud of his family
Was preceded in death by his grandparents and nephew
Memorials: Plainsman Museum in Aurora
Kearney Hub, 9 November, 2011

CARMANN, Marcia Lynne, 61, of Grand Island died Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island
Memorial services: Nov. 7, St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Grand Island
Mortuary: All Faiths in Grand Island
Born July 13, 1950, in Kearney
Parents: Milford and Arline (Hanson) Gulleen
Married: May 27, 1972, to Larry M. Carmann
Survivors include her husband of 39 years; daughter, Julia Carmann Herickhoff and her husband, John, of Arlington, Va.; son, Timothy Carmann of Wilmington, Del.; brother, Larry Gulleen and his wife, Colleen, of Johnston, Iowa; nieces, Elizabeth and Kathryn; nephew, Matthew; brothers-in-law, Glen Carmann and Ken Carmann and his wife, Kathy; sisters-in-law, Dorene Carmann and Mary Ann Levi and her husband, John; and mother-in-law, Dorothy Carmann
Grew up in Kearney, received her bachelor of science degree in education from Kearney State College; received a master of arts degree in education from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2005
After marriage, lived in Grand Island; was employed by Grand Island Public Schools as a mathematics teacher for 28 years, then worked with Educational Service Unit 10 as a professional development coordinator for three years
Activities: member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and a former organist with the church; enjoyed quilting, playing the piano and organ, reading, traveling in the United States and Europe, researching her Swedish heritage and, especially, spending time with family and friends
Was preceded in death by her parents
Memorials: St. Paul's Lutheran Church Organ Fund or the Grand Island Education Foundation
Kearney Hub, 7 November, 2011

CLELAND, Olive L., 99, of Kearney died Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, at St. Luke's Good Samaritan Village
Services: Monday, First Presbyterian Church in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born Feb. 6, 1912, in Kearney
Parents: Clark and Tina (Hicks) Trivelpiece
Married: May 15, 1935, to Vern Cleland in Kearney. He died in 1984
Survivors include her daughter, Laraine Unbehaun and her husband, John "Jack," of La Crosse, Wis.; niece, Velma Grassmeyer of Wichita, Kan.; and nephew, Merlin Hunt and his wife, Irene, of Grand Island
Grew up in Kearney and graduated from Kearney High School
Was a homemaker on the farm west of Kearney where she lived from 1935 to 2007
Activities: member of First Presbyterian Church of Kearney; enjoyed music, played banjo, piano and violin; was a violinist in the Kearney State College Orchestra from the late 1960s to the early 1980s; enjoyed sewing, knitting and crocheting; served as a 4-H leader for about 10 years
Was preceded in death by her huaband; parents; sister, Winnifred Hunt; and brother, Clarence Trivelpiece
Memorials: Prairie View Gardens or First Presbyterian Church
Kearney Hub, 21 October, 2011

COTANT, Christina L. "Tina", 26, of Avoca, Iowa, died as a result of an automobile accident Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, near Harlan
Services: Saturday, Apfel Funeral Home in Grand Island, Neb.
Burial: Grand Island City Cemetery
Born Oct. 19, 1985, in Grand Island
Parents: Doug and Mary (Wetherilt) Cotant
Survivors include her parents, Doug Cotant of Kearney, Neb., and Mary Wetherilt of Grand Island; brother, Patrick McClure and his wife, Sherilyn, of Grand Island; sisters, Teresa Cotant of Omaha, Neb., Stephanie Krahulik and her husband, Justin, of Garland, Neb., and Denise Hythecker and her husband, Troy, of Davenport; special friend, Jeff Goettsch and his family of Avoca; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins
Grew up and attended school in Kearney and Hastings, Neb.;graduated from Adams Central High School in 2004; attended Culinary School at Central Community College, graduated 2007
Worked at Riverside Country Club in Grand Island; moved to Avoca, November 2008, worked at Harlan Country Club
Activities: enjoyed John Deere memorabilia and teddy bears, loved to cook and bake; enjoyed her family and friends, especially her nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her grandparents, Joseph Wetherilt, Charles "Mac" McClure, Leota (Wetherilt) McClure and Harvey and Elva Cotant; two uncles; one aunt; and one cousin
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CROSS, Ruth A., 73, of Kearney died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Thursday, O'Brien Straatmann Redinger Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell
Born Nov. 11, 1937, in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Parents: Michael and Ruth (Leonard) Hodges
Married: April 10, 1959, to Merlin Cross in Coldenham, N.Y.
Survivors include her husband; daughters, Patricia A. Lefever, Cindy L. Salpas and her husband, Michael, and Melissa J. Cross, all of Kearney, Karen L. Nichols and her husband, Mike, of Elm Creek and Vickie L. Miller and her husband, Mark, of Raymore, Mo.; nine grandchildren; brother, Michael Hodges of New York; and sisters, Carole Jones of Sylvester, Ga., and Linda Bobzien of Beaver Creek, Ore.
Received her education in Brooklyn
After marriage, lived in various areas including Newburgh, N.Y., Madison, Wis., Tucson, Ariz., Belton, Mo., and Panama City, Fla. Activities: was a devoted wife and mother; member of the Methodist Church; enjoyed her grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her parents
Memorials: American Kidney Foundation
Kearney Hub, 2 November, 2011

CRUISE, Wanda J., 82, of Holdrege died Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011, at Holdrege Memorial Homes
Memorial services: Nov. 11, First United Methodist Church in Holdrege
Burial: Williamsburg Cemetery south of Elm Creek
Mortuary: Brien-Straatmann-Redinger in Kearney
Born June 19, 1929, in Sterling, Colo.
Parents: Delbert and Lora (Fellows) Simmerman
Married: Feb. 6, 1949, to Dean Cruise at Dean's parents' farm southwest of Elm Creek. He died in March 2005
Survivors include her sons, Robert and his wife, Debra, of Lincoln, Russell and his wife, Nancy, of Loomis and Richard and his wife, Rosemary, of Chandler, Ariz.; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brothers, Wayne and Harlan and his wife, Kay, all of Elm Creek, and Dick and his wife, Myrtle, of Overton; sisters, Wilma Jean Keep of Ogallala and Ardis Refior of Elm Creek; and brother-in-law, Dale Cruise and his wife, Helen, of Salem, Ore.
Was the second of six children in her family; spent her early years in Sterling, then moved to a farm in the Elm Creek area; attended Elm Creek High School
After marriage, lived on the farm southwest of Elm Creek for many years; moved to Loomis in 1968; lived briefly in Kearney; after husband's death in March 2005, returned to the Holdrege area; entered the nursing home in 2010
Activities: member of Williamsburg United Methodist Church, Loomis United Methodist Church and First United Methodist Church in Holdrege, served on the board at Holdrege Memorial Homes; enjoyed baking
Was preceded in death by her husband; parents; brothers-in-law, W.F. Keep and Donald Refior; and sister-in-law, Phyllis Simmerman
Memorials: Holdrege Memorial Homes
Kearney Hub, 25 October, 2011

DAVIS, Richard C. "Woody", 86, of Northridge, California, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died of cancer Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at his home
Services: Saturday at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale
Burial: Forest Lawn Born June 2, 1925, in York, Neb.
Parents: William and Bessie Davis
Married: Jan. 17, 1947,to Wauneta "Winnie" Patterson. She preceded him in death
Survivors include his son, Michael of Frazier Park; daughters, Constance Walters and Patty Jones, both of Granada Hills; brother, Robert of Glendale; sister, Ruth Houston of Sacramento; and four grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 11 November, 2011

EISELE, Mardella F. "Della" (Ellenwood), 92, of Kearney died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Friday, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Fairview Cemetery south of Cozad
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born Dec. 15, 1918, in Morris Township, Ill.
Parents: Bert and Iora (Hughes) Tharp
Married: July 20, 1946, to Kenneth Ellenwood in Oberlin, Kan. He died Feb. 26, 1981
Married: July 28, 1984, to Raymond Eisele
Survivors include her husband; sons, John Ellenwood and his wife, Cathy, of Los Angeles and Jim Ellenwood and his wife, Carol, of Kearney; granddaughters, Lisa Rezac and her husband, Jeff, of Big Bear City, Calif., Amy Cole and her husband, Jeff, of Los Angeles, Kerri Coleman and her husband, Jonathan, of Waconia, Minn., and Cassi Ellenwood of Thornton, Colo.; and nine great-grandchildren
Grew up in Cozad and North Platte; graduated from North Platte High School in 1938, then worked for Northwestern Bell telephone company, 1938-1946
After marriage, lived in York, then moved to Kearney in 1964; Della worked as a cashier of J.C. Penney and at Kearney Clinic as a telephone receptionist; retired in 1984; with Raymond, lived near Riverdale then moved to Kearney in 1988
Activities: member of St. James Catholic Church, a 50-year member of the B.P.O. Does, a 50-year member of Tuscan Chapter Eastern Star and a member of the Kensington Card Club; enjoyed sewing, growing flowers and spending time with her family and friends
Was preceded in death by her first husband, three brothers and three sisters
Kearney Hub, 9 November, 2011

FUDGE, LaRhae, 79, of Ravenna died Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, at Good Samaritan Center in Ravenna
Memorial services: Friday, Congregational Church in Ravenna
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Born Jan. 17, 1932, in Nantasket in Buffalo County
Parents: Elmer and Edna (Orvis) Scott
Married: May 14, 1954, to Douglas Fudge in Omaha. He died in 2009
Survivors include her daughters, Linda Nickel and her husband, Brian, of Gibbon and Lisa Youtcheff and her husband, Mark, of Ravenna; son, Douglas "Scott" Fudge and his wife, Carolyn, of San Antonio; two grandsons; and two great-granddaughters
Was a graduate of Ravenna High School
After marriage, lived in Omaha, then Oceanside, Calif., for 30 years and Sierra Vista, Ariz., for 10 years; moved to Ravenna in 1999
Activities: member of the Presbyterian Church
Was preceded in death by her husband, a granddaughter and two brothers
Kearney Hub, 27 October, 2011

HALLER, Trevor L., 17, of Kearney died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, at his home
Services: Friday, Evangelical Free Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger
Born Aug. 9, 1994, in Broken Bow
Parents: Scott and Teresa (Jacquot) Haller
Survivors include his mother of Kearney; his father of Cedar Rapids and his special friend, Shelly Broekemeier; brothers, Dustin Haller and his wife, Jackie, of Hebron, Eric Haller of Cedar Rapids and Ty Haller of Kearney; grandparents, Dale and Kathy Haller and Patti Jacquot, all of Merna; and many aunts, uncles and cousins
Was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, was confined to a wheelchair but insisted on enjoying life; loved playing Xbox, watching NASCAR, watching Husker football, going to youth group and sharing his faith and hope in Jesus with people
Was preceded in death by his grandfather "Papa" Jerry Jacquot
Kearney Hub, 3 November, 2011

HATCHER, Winona V. "Winnie" (Hebb), 87, of Grand Island died Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island
Services: Wednesday, St. Mary's Cathedral in Grand Island
Burial: Pleasanton Cemetery
Mortuary: Apfel in Grand Island
Born Feb. 1, 1924, in Pleasanton
Parents: William H. and Lydia J. (Bailey) Hebb
Survivors include her daughter, Estel Ummel and her husband, Gary, of Grand Island; brother, Wayne Hebb and his wife, Jan, of Norfolk; grandchildren, Brandy Novotny and James Novotny; and great-grandchildren, Colton Grim, Logan Novotny, Lexi Novotny and Lynzee Novotny
Received her education in Pleasanton
Was a wonderful homemaker and mother; worked various jobs in Plattsmouth, Omaha and Council Bluffs, Iowa
Activities: loved to shop and play her organ; enjoyed her little dogs
Was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Wilma; and son, Wayne William Shryock
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HIXON, LaVern Virgil, 87, of Kearney died Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial services: later
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger
Born Nov. 13, 1923, in Wauneta
Parents: Jason and Iva (Fletcher) Hixon
Married: March 31, 1946, to Darlene Cole
Survivors include his wife; son, Ron of Kearney; daughter, Gloria Welsh of Kearney; brother, Robert of Fort Collins, Colo.; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and three stepgreat-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 1 November, 2011

JANITSCHECK, Ethel I., 90, of Pleasanton died Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011, at Ravenna Good Samaritan Center
Services: Wednesday, Pleasanton United Methodist Church
Burial: Pleasanton Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born June 10, 1921, at Pleasanton
Parents: George and Clara (Johnson) Moberg
Married: March 24, 1948, to Cecil S. Janitscheck in North Platte. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her daughters, Sharon Blue and her husband, Cary, of Shelton and Susan Riessland and her husband, Bryce, and Janece Ripp and her husband, Don, all of Pleasanton; sons, Dale Janitscheck of Hastings and Larry Janitscheck and his wife, Lisa, of Pleasanton; grandchildren and spouses, Julie Miller of Osborne, Kan., Sandra and Terry Redetzke of Ellis, Kan., LeAnn and Damion Dix of Stockton, Kan., Kyle Janitscheck of Grand Island, Abby Riessland of Omaha, Angela and Seth Kucera, Drew Janitscheck, Alyssa Janitscheck, Colin Janitscheck and Adam Ripp, all of Pleasanton, Jared Riessland of Omaha, Melissa Ripp of Parker, Colo., and Kevin Ripp of Kearney; and great-grandchildren, Caitlyn and Kade Miller, Grace, Sydney and Carter Redetzke, Olivia and Ava Dix, Caleb Mattos and Evan and Maylee Kucera
Graduated from Pleasanton High School in 1938; earned her teaching certificate from Kearney Normal School; taught in rural schools for four years and then moved to North Platte to teach for four more
After marriage, moved west of Pleasanton, helped her husband raise livestock and farm; worked as a seamstress, 1970-1983; moved into Pleasanton in 1980, retired in 1983; moved to Kearney in 2010
Activities: active member of Pleasanton United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women; served as president of Pleasanton American Legion Auxiliary Post 321; loved spending time with grandchildren; enjoyed volunteering at the church and the Pleasanton school library; also enjoyed reading, embroidery, playing cards with friends and spending time in her vegetable and flower gardens
Was preceded in death by her husband; brothers, Charlie, Lawrence, Harold and Francis Moberg; sisters, Malay Moberg and Ella Boetel; and son-in-law, John Smith
Memorials: Pleasanton United Methodist Church
Kearney Hub, 8 November, 2011

JEFFRES, Donald Joseph, 74, of Upland died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Wednesday, St. James Catholic Church in Kearney
Burial: Arapahoe Cemetery
Mortuary: Wenburg of Arapahoe
Born May 30, 1937, at Ogallala
Parents: Ralph and Evangeline (Jasnoch) Jeffres
Married: April 22, 1978, to Charlotte Warner-Linner at Las Vegas. She died March 19, 2011
Survivors include his daughters, Chris Rubenthaler and her husband, Jack, and Barb Linner, all of Kearney; sons, Jeff Linner and his wife, Tammy, Dave Jeffres and Scott Linner, all of Upland, Dan Jeffres and his wife, Alice, of Lawson, Mo., and Craig Linner of Wimberley, Texas; eight grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren
Grew up at Ogallala, graduated from Ogallala High School with the class of 1955
Military: U.S. Navy
After his discharge, was a farm manager at Wauneta; moved to Culbertson and became a feed salesman for Purina; moved to the Gibbon area in 1980, worked at the Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center in Kearney for the next 20 years; moved to Upland in fall 2010
Was preceded in death by his wife, parents and a brother, Teddy Jeffres
Memorials: Alzheimer's Foundation
Kearney Hub, 7 November, 2011

JORDAN, Shirley, 75, of Ravenna died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island
Memorial services: Saturday, the Congregational Church in Ravenna
Burial: St. Wenceslaus Cemetery southeast of Ravenna Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Born April 18, 1936, in Grand Island
Parents: Howard and Helen (Harr) Thomas
Married: 1953,to Richard Hald in Dannebrog
Married Jack Jordan
Survivors include her sons, Donald Hald of Ravenna, Gary Hald of the Ozarks and Marty Hald of Roseau, Minn.; daughters, Sherry Harris of Rockville and Teresa Krebs of Boelus; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; stepson, Michael Jordan of Lincoln; and stepdaughter, Jennifer Jordan of Omaha
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KENNEDY, Cheryl Elaine, 57, of Kearney died Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial services: Wednesday, First Baptist Church
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger
Born April 7, 1954, in Sterling, Colo.
Parents: Robert and Louise (Houghtalling) Erpelding
Married: Patrick Kennedy
Survivors include her daughters, Stacy Patterson of Kearney and Christina Quigley and her husband, Mike, of Boulder, Colo.; sons, Shawn Erpelding and his wife, Diane, of Amherst and Danny Erpelding and his wife, Courtney, of Elm Creek; 15 grandchildren; one great-grandson; her mother of Kearney; sisters, Karen Guy of Tucson, Ariz., and Pamela Oakley of Kearney; brother, Kevin Erpelding of Holdrege; many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews; former husband, Pat Kennedy of Kearney; and best friends of 30 years, Kathy and Mark Hartman. She was also a host mother for Lindsay Keim
Worked at Apple Market as a price coordinator
Activities: member of First Baptist Church, was active in the church choir; was baptized April 3, 2008, alongside her daughter Stacy and grandson Trevon
Was preceded in death by her father, an infant brother and her grandparents
Kearney Hub, 7 November, 2011

LAMMERS, Robert D. "Bob", 79, of Lewellen, formerly of Kearney, died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011, at his home
A celebration of life: Thursday, Lewellen United Methodist Church, with Masonic rites and U.S. Air Force military honors
Burial of cremains: Pioneer Memorial Cemetery near Blair
Mortuary: Holechek in Oshkosh
Born Aug. 9, 1932, in Hooper
Parents: Eugene and Rosa (May) Lammers
Married: Oct. 25, 1953, to Patricia Allen in Blair
Survivors include his wife of 58 years; sons, Robert Lammers and his wife, Marilyn, of Kearney, Michael and his wife, Kerri, of Chandler, Ariz., and Jan and his wife, Cindy, of Shenandoah, Iowa; daughters, Candace Niemann and her husband, Bryan, of Rising City and Maggie Spicknall and her husband, Chad, of Oceanside, Calif.; sister, Elaine Croson and her husband, Al, of Fremont; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews and friends
Graduated from Hooper High School in 1949
Military: Air Force, 1949 - Sept. 15, 1953; was honorably discharged
After marriage, lived on a farm in the Blair area for the next 10 years; moved Millard, attended Radio Engineering Institution; moved to Kearney, remained for the next 30 years; worked as the chief of navigational aids for the Department of Aeronautics, obtained his pilot license; retired 1993; spent the next five years traveling; moved to Lewellen in 1998
Activities: loved fishing, caring for his lawn, an occasional round of golf, and visiting with family and friends; member of Mason Lodge 39 of Papillion and the Lions Club in Lewellen; was inducted into the Nebraska Aviation Hall of Fame, 2008; served as district president of the Mormon Church and helped build five new churches for the church in Nebraska; had been a member of the United Methodist Church in Lewellen since 1998. Was preceded in death by his parents, one sister and one brother
Memorials: United Methodist Church
Kearney Hub, 1 November, 2011

LEISING, Katie C., 96, of Papillion, formerly of Kearney, died Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011, at Huntington Park Care Center in Papillion
Services: Monday, O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Emmanuel Lutheran Cemetery south of Hildreth
Born March 8, 1915, on a farm near Upland
Parents: George and Gesena Loschen
Married: Feb. 28, 1933, to Henry Jelken of Hildreth. He died in 1974
Married: Sept. 17, 1977, to Arthur Leising in Kearney. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her children, Jurden J. Jelken and wife, Sue, of Buffalo Grove, Ill., Kathy King of Ogden, Utah, and Norman G. Jelken and wife, Yvonne, of Omaha; 14 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and five great-great grandchildren; brother, Harold Loschen of Kearney; and sisters, Gladys Barnes of Denver and Minnie Isom of Gearhart, Ore.
Oldest of five sisters, attended country school at District 42; was baptized, confirmed and married at Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Was preceded in death by her husbands; sons, Edgar D. Jelken and Arlen H. Jelken; and daughter, Donna Lee Jelken
Kearney Hub, 12 November, 2011

LEISINGER, Rozella M., 84, of Kearney, formerly of Gibbon, died Monday, Oct. 31, 2011, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Thursday, First United Methodist Church in Kearney
Burial: Riverside Cemetery in Gibbon
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born May 23, 1927, in Elm Creek
Parents: Carl and Nora (Rochford) Benson
Married: May 23, 1945, to Max Leisinger in Smith Center, Kan. He died in 1987
Survivors include her son, Richard "Dick" Leisinger and his wife, Kathy, of Gibbon; daughters, Vickie Sikes and her husband, Tom, of Kenesaw and Carol Owen and her husband, Bob, and Janet Rhone and her husband, Richard, all of Gibbon; 13 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; sister, Joan Onate and her husband, Frank, of Harker Heights, Texas; and special friend, Ray Haussermann of Franklin
Grew up in Riverdale then graduated from Elm Creek High School in 1944
After marriage, lived on the farm south of Gibbon; moved to Kearney in 1990; worked at the gift shop at the Ramada Inn in Kearney for several years
Activities: member of Faith United Church in Gibbon; enjoyed traveling and spending time with her family
Was preceded in death by her husband, two great-grandchildren and three brothers
Memorials: Transitional Care Unit at Good Samaritan Hospital, Gibbon Fire Department or Faith United Church in Gibbon
Kearney Hub, 2 November, 2011

LIESINGER, Elmer Davis, 98, of Loveland, Colorado, formerly of Gibbon, Neb., died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, in Loveland
Services: Loveland
Burial: Gibbon Riverside Cemetery
Mortuary: Godberson Mortuary of Gibbon/Shelton
Born April 15, 1913, in Gibbon
Parents: Walter and Hazel (Thomas) Liesinger
Married: Edith Lowell. She preceded him in death
Married: Frances Bayless in Loveland
Survivors include his wife; and sisters, Barbara Hansen of Hastings, Neb., Doris Rickus of Central City, Neb., and Bonnie Karsting of Lincoln, Neb.
Kearney Hub, 15 November, 2011

LONGLY, Nick V., 62, of Kearney died Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011, at St. Luke's Good Samaritan Village
Services: Thursday, Prince of Peace Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery with Masonic rites
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger in Kearney
Born Jan. 7, 1949, in Lexington
Parents: Ronald and Mona (Bauer) Longly
Married: Sept. 2, 1996, to Claire (Harris) Schott in Las Vegas
Survivors include his wife; stepsons, Geremy Schott and his wife, Joy, of Burwell and Travis Schott and special friend, Angie Werkmiester, of Kearney; stepdaughters, Megan Dubas and her husband, Eric, of Fullerton and Brandy Hughes and her husband, Rustin, of Kearney; his parents of Lexington; brothers, Jim Longly and his wife, Pat, and Tom Longly, all of Lexington; sisters, Sharon Jorgenson and her husband, Terry, of Lexington and Deb Berggren and her husband, Ryan, of Stromsburg; and grandchildren, Gavyn and Jenna Schott, Keila and Reese Dubas and Katie Werkmiester
Graduated from St. Ann's High School in Lexington in 1967; received his bachelor of science degree from the University of Nebraska at Kearney
After marriage, owned and operated the Lodge Restaurant in Kearney for several years
Activities: was raised to the Sublime Degree of a Master Mason Rob Morris Lodge 46 of the A.F. and A.M.; member of the Hastings Valley of Scottish Rite; received his Knights Commander Court of Honor Red Cap; received the Coronation of White Cap as a 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Mason; member of Tehama Shrine; he was appointed to the Shrine Soccer Committee, served as chairman for the Shrine Soccer Classic in Nebraska for 10 years; member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church; enjoyed travel, golfing and fishing
Memorials: Masonic Home in Fremont and St. Luke's Good Samaritan Village in Kearney
Kearney Hub, 25 October, 2011

MATTISON, Norman "Bernard", 95, of Kearney, formerly of Campbell, died Friday, Nov. 11, 2011, at Mother Hull Home
Services: Tuesday, Trinity Lutheran Church in Campbell
Burial: Norwegian Lutheran Cemetery south of Campbell
Mortuary: Campbell Funeral Home
Born: May 16, 1916
Parents: Willie and Bertha (Jansson) Mattison
Married: Feb. 10, 1951, to Neoma Worley
Survivors include his wife; children and their spouses, Connie and Leslie Vavra and Lonnie and Eadie Mattison, all of Amherst, and Donald Mattison of Holstein; five grandsons; four great-grandchildren; one stepgreat-granddaughter; and sister, Lenore Koch of Hastings
Was baptized and confirmed at Norwegian Lutheran Church south of Campbell, later joined Trinity Lutheran Church in Campbell
Spent his life farming in Webster and Franklin counties; retired, 1986, and moved to Campbell; moved to Mother Hull Home in Kearney in 2008
Activities: helped with many church jobs throughout his life; enjoyed the farm and his family
Was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Vernon Mattison; and one daughter-in-law, Dawn (Ham) Mattison
Memorials: Trinity Lutheran Church or Campbell Volunteer Fire Department
Kearney Hub, 12 November, 2011

MILES, Lorraine Imogene, 71, of Chadron died of cancer Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011, in Chadron
Services: Saturday at Chamberlain Chapel in Chadron
Born July 31, 1940, in Gibbon
Parents: Milton and Gwendolyn (Hansen) DeBrie
Married: 1962, to Richard Miles. They divorced in 1988
Survivors include her daughters, Mary Grassrope and her husband, Alvin, of Box Elder, S.D., and Barbara Waugh and her husband, Mike, of Chadron; five grandchildren; brother, Leonard DeBrie and his wife, Sue, of Kearney; and sisters, Millie Shultz and her husband, Russ, of Lincoln, Patricia Sadler and her husband, Chuck, of Kearney and Anita Wittman and her husband, Joe, of Tucson, Ariz.
Graduated in 1958 from Gibbon High School; graduated from Colorado State University as an occupational therapist, 1962; earned a specialist in education degree in psychology from Chadron State College, 1992; received her doctor of philosophy degree from Southern California University, 1999; owned and operated Mental Health Care
Was preceded in death by her parents and an infant brother, Stanley
Memorials: Girl Scout Memorial Garden
Kearney Hub, 9 November, 2011

MORITZ, James, 62, of Ravenna died Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011, at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island
Service: Thursday, Rasmussen Funeral Home in Ravenna
Born June 19, 1949, in Sherman County
Parents: Robert T. and Lucille (Jennings) Moritz
Married: 1974, to Judy Anderson in Alliance
Survivors include his son, Tony Moritz of Scottsbluff; daughter, Angie Hiller and her husband, Corey, of Syracuse; stepchildren, Monty Petrich of Evergreen, Colo., and Marilyn Rogers of Fort Collins, Colo.; five grandchildren; and sister, Dianna Dethlefs and her husband, Jerry, of Rockville
Graduate of Ravenna High School; attended school in Denver for auto body repair
Military: U.S. Army for two years
Worked as a brakeman for Burlington Northern Railroad
Lived in Alliance; retired in 1998, moved to Ravenna in 2001
Was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Larry Stover
Kearney Hub, 15 November, 2011

NICHOLSON, John Bradley, 76, of Dallas and McKinney, Texas, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011, in Dallas
A celebration of life: Thursday at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church in Dallas
Burial: Memorial Gardens in Estes Park, Colo.
Born July 16, 1935, in Grand Island, Neb.
Parents: John and Vesta Nicholson
Married Rosemary Townsend
Survivors include his wife of 43 years; children, Timothy Nicholson and his wife, Rebecca, of Estes Park, Laura Howard and her husband, David, of Charlotte, N.C., and Nancy Moderi and her husband, David, of Dallas; and grandchildren, James and Andrew Howard and Meredith and Preston Moderi
Attended Grand Island High School, the University of Nebraska at Kearney and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine with a bachelor of science degree in medical technology
Began his career at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney, then was chief technologist at Kearney Clinic; went on to become a sales representative for Scientific Products, a division of American Hospital Supply (now Baxter International) for the Dallas area
Memorials: Music Department of Lovers Lane UMC or to Shriners Hospitals for Children
Kearney Hub, 25 October, 2011

OWENS, Betty, 79, of Ravenna died Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011, at Good Samaritan Center in Ravenna
Burial: Brooksville Cemetery in Florida
Mortuary: Rasmussen Funeral Home in Ravenna
Born Nov. 22, 1931
Parents: William and Ethel Rambo
Married: Robert Owens. He died Dec. 18, 1998
Survivors include her sons, Roger of Ravenna and Kenneth of Thomasville, Pa.; daughter, Mary Gallagher of Ravenna; nine grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild
Kearney Hub, 1 November, 2011

POTTER, Marjorie F., 89, of Holdrege, formerly of Sumner and Kearney, died Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011, at Christian Homes in Holdrege
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at First Baptist Church in Kearney
Burial: Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born Sept. 21, 1922, in Sumner
Parents: Jacob C. and Cassie (Walker) Hothem. Married: July 23, 1945, in Kearney, to William Potter of Syracuse, N.Y. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her daughters, Lisa Atchison and her husband, Dan, of Holdrege and Valerie Gwin and her husband, Rob, of Kearney; grandchildren and spouses, Katie Atchison of Kansas City, Mo., Sarah and Jesse Flanagan and Matthew and Chelsea Atchison, all of Omaha, and Rebecca and Sean Puls and William Gwin, all of Kearney; great-grandchildren, Rory Flanagan, Devin Flanagan and Julian Puls; brother, Jacob Hothem Jr. of Sumner; and sister, Marie Kleiber of Denver
Graduated from Sumner High School in 1939; attended Kearney State Teachers College, then taught elementary grades at several one-room schools in Dawson and Buffalo counties
After marriage, moved to Syracuse, taught third grade and provided private elementary-grade tutoring services; moved to a farm north of Sumner, 1948, and helped with the day-to-day operations of the farm; worked in the Dean of Women's Office at Kearney State Teachers College in 1958; moved to Kearney, 1982, was an Avon represetative for more than 20 years
Activities: was an active member of Sumner Baptist Church, taught Sunday school and vacation Bible school for many years and organized the children's choir; started a secondhand store and organized an annual craft fair to raise funds for community projects in Sumner; served as a volunteer chairperson of admissions at Good Samaritan Hospital for 22 years; in Kearney, member of First Baptist Church, was active in American Baptist Women, started and led the children's choir and taught the preschool class on Wednesday evenings for many years; was the recipient of the Kearney Hub's Freedom Award in Religion in 1996; enjoyed cooking, gardening, sewing, teaching children or volunteering; passed a rich Christian heritage to all around her
Was preceded in death by her husband, one sister and three brothers
Memorials: First Baptist Church
Kearney Hub, 24 October, 2011

POULIOT, Emerentiana "Sister Amy", 93, of Kearney died Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011, at Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial
Services: Saturday, Mount Carmel Home Chapel
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger
Born Aug. 6, 1918, in Kingscroft, Quebec, Canada
Parents: Evariste and Cordelia (Langlois) Pouliot
Survivors include several nieces and nephews
Was given the name of Emerentiana, which was the name of the mother of St. Ann; one of 13 children; moved from Canada to Vermont
Finished grammar school, then was accepted into The Corpus Christi Carmelite Congregation in Middletown, N.Y., on June 15, 1949; made her final profession on Sept. 9, 1954; received a certificate from the New York Institute of Dietetics., 1968
After being in Middletown, N.Y., for 21 years, was transferred to Mount Carmel Home in Kearney, October 1973; was the supervisor of the kitchen; became a certified diet manager, 1986; was appointed superior of the Carmelite Community in Kearney, 1988, but kept working in the kitchen at the home until 1992
Activities: had a natural talent for all types of artwork; was a gifted artist and through the years had done many beautiful paintings, woodcarvings, all sorts of craftwork and sewing
Was preceded in death by her parents, brothers and sisters
Memorials: Corpus Christi Carmelite Sisters
Kearney Hub, 18 November, 2011

RATHE, Robert J. "Bob", 53, of Torrance, California, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Friday, Oct. 7, 2011, at his home
Services: Saturday, October 22, 2011, Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Born April 10, 1958, in Owatonna, Minn.
Parents: Roland S. and Lilah E. (Frederick) Rathe
Survivors include his brother, William Rathe and his wife, Sandy, of Lincoln, Neb.; sister, Bette Rathe, of Greeley, Colo.; and many nieces and nephews
Was a 1976 graduate of Kearney High School and a 1980 graduate of the University of Nebraska at Kearney; worked worked for 31 years as a computer engineer at Northrop Grumman
Activities: member of Trinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan Beach; was a supporter of the arts, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic; member of the chess club at Northrop Grumman
Was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Loren Roy Rathe
Memorials: University of Nebraska at Kearney Foundation, Trinity Lutheran Church Concert Series-Manhattan Beach or The L.A. Philharmonic
Kearney Hub, 21 October, 2011

RAYBURN, Wayne A., 88, of Hickman, formerly of Grand Island, died Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011, at Haven Manor in Hickman
Memorial services: Thursday at Apfel Funeral Home in Grand Island
Burial of cremains: Westlawn Cemetery in Grand Island
Born Feb. 19, 1923, in rural Gibbon
Parents: Benjamin and Faye (Rider) Rayburn.
Married: Oct. 9, 1945,to Vetta Woodard in Kearney. She died in April 2010
Survivors include his son, Larry Rayburn and his wife, Carolyn, of Lincoln; daughter, Violet Hendrickson and her husband, Gerald, of Fruitland, Idaho; eight grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; brother, Roland Rayburn and his wife, Enid, of Springfield, Mo.; and sister, Mildred Clayville of Loma Linda, Calif.
Grew up in rural Gibbon, attended District 25 country school through the eighth grade; the school building has since been moved to Stuhr Museum; graduated from Shelton Academy in 1941, then worked on a farm in Buffalo County
After marriage, moved to Auburn in 1947, and returned to the farm at Gibbon in 1948; later moved to a farm at Grand Island; retired in 1982
Activities: member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Odd Fellow Lodge 22, Rebecca 58, 3 Links Club and Masonic Lodge 239 of Chapman; enjoyed playing the accordion; was an avid sportsman, hunting, fishing, trapping, etc.; played on the Gibbon baseball team; especially enjoyed his family; enjoyed music and played the piano accordion
Was preceded in death by his wife, parents and a son, Kenneth in October 2009
Kearney Hub, 15 November, 2011

RUMBECK, Gerald L., 80, of Amherst died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at St. John's Good Samaritan Center in Kearney
Services: Friday at the Amherst Community Building
Burial: Stanley Cemetery near Amherst with military honors
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl, Kearney
Born Jan. 6, 1931, in Amherst
Parents: Raymond and Mary (Harmoney) Rumbeck
Married: April 26, 1964, to Jane Cudaback in Riverdale
Survivors include his wife; daughters, Karen Apple and her husband, Art, of Bellevue and Jodi Cast and her husband, Jason, of Beaver Crossing; sons, Kevin Rumbeck and his wife, Deanna, and Brian Rumbeck and his wife, Sheri, all of Amherst; sisters, JoAnn Todd of Lincoln, Claudia Bowers and her husband, Harold, of Friend, Cherie McFarland and her husband, Joe, of Norwalk, Iowa, Jane Ripp and her husband, Bill, of Ames, Iowa, Jean Albright and her husband, Larry, of Ravenna and Patty Schake and her husband, Arlen, of Geneva; brother, Edward "Pete" Rumbeck of Amherst; 14 grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews
Graduated from Amherst High School with the class of 1948
Military: U.S. Army during the Korean War
Farmed his entire life until he was forced to retire because of his health; greatly enjoyed his life's work
Activities: attended Riverdale Christian Church; was very involved with the Amherst Tractor Pull, loved tractors all his life; enjoyed playing baseball and softball in his youth; liked attending Saturday night dances in Miller and also watching his children's and grandchildren's sporting events; a member of Kearney Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 759
Was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Vaughn Hahn; brother-in-law, Jerry Hahn; and nephew, Larry Hahn
Memorials: Amherst Volunteer Fire Department
Kearney Hub, 9 November, 2011

SCHMIDT, Ann Mary, 92, of Kearney died Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, at Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial
Services: Tuesday, St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger
Born Nov. 4, 1918, in Liebenthal, Kan.
Parents: John and Anna (Heronema) Schmidt
Survivors include her Carmelite Sisters in Kearney; brother, Leo Schmidt of Great Bend, Kan.; sister, Annie Ziegler of Beloit, Kan.; and many nieces and nephews
Attended school at Liebenthal until the eighth grade; read the life story of St. Therese, The Little Flower, and decided at that time she wanted to serve God as a Carmelite; arrived in Kearney in 1939, was later assigned to live and work at St. Christopher's Child Care Center in Scottsbluff; received her GED in Scottsbluff on Aug. 8, 1952
Was assigned to various locations, including Port of Spain, Trinidad in 1961; Newport, R.I., in 1971; and Seaside, Ore., from 1971 to 1972; in Newport, earned her bachelor of arts degree in sociology from Salve Regina College; served as the administrator of Mount Carmel Home in Kearney, 1972-1992
Was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers and five sisters
Memorials: Corpus Christi Carmelite Sisters
Kearney Hub, 24 October, 2011

STUEHM, Spencer Chris, infant son of Christina Gulachi-Johnson and Evan Stuehm of Kearney, was born at rest Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Tuesday, First United Methodist Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger
Survivors include his parents; grandparents, Eileen Lewison, Alan and Arelda Stuehm and Evie and Curtis Gulachi-Johnson, all of Kearney; aunts and uncles, Sabrina Gulachi-Johnson, Sophia Gulachi-Johnson, Eric Stuehm and Seth and Terra Gates, all of Kearney; and great-grandparents, B.J. Culbertson of Wood River, Sudah Stuehm of Albemarle, N.C., LaVerne and Elaine Stuehm of Kearney and Bob and Janice Hagan of Lexington
Was preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Esther and Bob Gulachi, Peggy and Earl Johnson and Doris Culbertson
Kearney Hub, 31 October, 2011

TORREY, Lewis John, 89, of Kearney died Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Friday, First Baptist Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger
Born Sept. 29, 1922, 13 miles northeast of Overton
Parents: Herbert "Bert" and Ida (Greutman) Torrey. Married: Dec. 21, 1947, to Arlys Saathoff at First Christian Church in Kearney
Survivors include his loving and devoted wife; sons, Keith and his wife, Toni, of Alma and Doug of rural Kearney; daughters, Katie Bruner and Barbara Clegg and her husband, Stephen, all of Lincoln; grandchildren, Jana Maddox and her husband, Robb, Tyler Jackson and his wife, Audrey, and Shane and Ashley Clegg, all of Lincoln, Janel Lorenz and her husband, Rick, of rural O'Neill, Joseph Torrey and his wife, Dusti, of Alma, Segrid Torrey of Gibbon, Tristin and Cullen Torrey of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and Paden Torrey of rural Kearney; granddaughter-in-law, Christie Jackson; great-grandchildren, Fayth Jackson, Sydney and Jadyn Maddox, Cooper and Sophia Jackson, Emmett and Nia Torrey and Leyton Torrey, all at home with their parents; many other relatives; and a host of friends
Was the first of two children in his family; attended grade school at Rural District 43 in Dawson County northeast of Overton and high school at Miller, graduated with the class of 1941; then resided with his parents on the family farm 8½ miles south of Miller until his marriage
Observed their 60th wedding anniversary in 2007
Rented and farmed in the Elm Creek, Miller and Sumner area; after death of his father, purchased the family farm southwest of Miller in Dawson County; moved to Elm Creek, and then to Kearney; worked in the Elm Creek mills, for the Rural Electric Association, Spelts Lumber Co.; owned a farm and pastureland at Riverdale and north of Odessa; Activities: served as a 4-H club leader; enjoyed traveling within and outside of the United States; enjoyed repairing clocks and machinery; member of the Gideons International camp at Kearney; former member of the Kearney Evangelical Free Church, and had attended First Baptist Church in Kearney for the past several years; was a delegate of the Nebraska Republican Convention and was a member of the Republican National Committee at the time of his death; member of the Miller Senior Citizens and the Farm Bureau; enjoyed collecting knives; enjoyed Nebraska football and Royals baseball, playing pool and horseshoes
Was preceded in death by his father on July 23, 1955; his mother on Feb. 6, 1974; sister, Dorothy Abels and her husband, Harland; grandson, Jon Jackson; and great-grandson, Kobie Jackson
Memorials: First Baptist Church in Kearney, the Evangelical Free Church in Kearney, Gideons International Kearney Camp or the donor's choice
Kearney Hub, 15 November, 2011

WILSON, Mary L., 78, of Kearney died Monday, Oct. 24, 2011, at Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial
Services: Tuesday, O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger Funeral Home in Kearney
Burial: Elm Creek Cemetery
Born May 5, 1933, in Kearney
Parents: Lawrence and Mamie (Anson) Johnson
Married: March 30, 1962, to Gerald R. "Jerry" Wilson in Grand Island
Survivors include her husband; sons, Bruce L. Nielsen, Randy Nielsen and David, all of Kearney, Gerald of California and Ron of Texas; brothers, Larry Johnson of Texas and DeWayne Seacord of Beatrice; sisters, Alice Nielsen of Litchfield and Joann Hansen of Campbell; 14 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 29 October, 2011

WOHLGEMUTH, Bonnie J., 74, of Kearney died Monday, Nov. 14, 2011, at her home
Services: Friday, Kearney Evangelical Free Church
Burial: Fridhem Lutheran Cemetery near Funk
Mortuary: O'Brien-Straatmann-Redinger in Kearney
Born April 3, 1937, in Holdrege
Parents: Lawrence and Lucille (Anderson) Broberg
Married: Feb. 19, 1955, to Charles Wohlgemuth in Keene. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her sons, Daniel and his wife, Kim, of Dickinson, Texas, David and his wife, Branda, and Donald and his wife, Brenda, all of Holdrege, Daron of Kansas City, Mo., and Delwin and his wife, Ellen, of Bonita Springs, Fla.; daughters, Denise Larsen and her husband, Doug, of Lincoln and DeAnn Watermeier and her husband, Nathan, of Lincoln; grandchildren, Danielle and Dustin Wohlgemuth of Hagerstown, Md., Jessica Kohlmorgan and Carli Wolfington of Texas, Morgan and LeAnna Wohlgemuth and Colby Wohlgemuth, all of Holdrege, Kelsi and Brandon Foster of Overland Park, Kan., Shane and Jayde Wohlgemuth and Chase Wohlgemuth, all of Funk, Caleb Exstrom of Kearney, Jada Exstrom of Rochester, Minn., Weston, Kennedy, London, Peyton and Kendel Wohlgemuth of Fort Meyers and Bonita Springs, Fla., and Elise and Camryn Watermeier of Lincoln; great-granddaughter, Elaina Wohlgemuth of Funk; and great-grandson, Gage Wohlgemuth of Holdrege
Grew up on a farm southeast of Axtell, graduated from Minden High School in 1954
After marriage, lived on a farm in the Funk area for 36 years; moved to Kearney, in April 1991
Activities: member of the Kearney Evangelical Free Church; was active in many community and church activities
Was preceded in death by her husband and parents
Memorials: Nebraska Prairie Museum, Evangelical Free Church of Kearney or the Funk Community Center
Kearney Hub, 16 November, 2011
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