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BAJELAN, Paula LeAnn, 55, of Kearney died Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Tuesday at Hofmeister Jones Funeral Home in Parker, S.D.
Burial: Hurley (S.D.) Cemetery
Born Oct. 29, 1957, at Viborg, S.D.
Parents: Arnold and Clara (Deelstra) Wollman
Married: February 1989, to Salem “John” Bajelan in Kearney
Survivors include her husband; children, Jamila and her fiancé, Bernard, Layla and Ahmed, all of Lincoln, and Mariam of Kearney; her mother of Parker; sisters and their husbands, Marilyn and James Sage of Crofton, Debra and Lee Washington of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Judy and Dean Sturzenbecker of Parker; brother, Albert Deelstra of Sioux Falls; and several nieces and nephews
Grew up on a farm near Hurley, graduated from Hurley High School in 1975; attended the nursing program at Freeman Junior College
Worked at Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls
After marriage, Duluth, Minn., and Texas; moved to Kearney in 1989, worked in the neonatal intensive care nursery at Good Samaritan Hospital for the past 23 years
Activities: Loved her family and her job, enjoyed taking care of newborn babies
Was preceded in death by her father in 2011
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BARNICA, Irline Emma, 96, of Kearney, formerly of Ogallala, died Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, at Mother Hull Home in Kearney
Services: none
Body was cremated
Mortuary: Draucker in Ogallala
Born March 21, 1917, in Hayes Center
Parents: Benjamin and Minnie (French) Dillon
Married: Aug. 3, 1953, to Norman Barnica in Wauneta. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her daughters, Kathy Hoffman and her husband, Jeff, of Kearney and Rose Gamble of Ogallala; one granddaughter; and two great-grandsons
Spent her early years on a farm northeast of Hayes Center and attended schools there
Met Norman in Wauneta at a church conference; after marriage, moved northwest of Ogallala and in 1954 moved into Ogallala; worked for TRW, 1953-1981; retired in 1981
Activities: hobbies included reading her Bible and caring for her pets; she was a devout Christian
Was preceded in death by her husband; parents; sisters, Pearl Mammen, Grace Robb and Clara Carkins; brothers, Walter Dillon and Ben Dillon; and grandson, Jeremy Gamble
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BAUER, Bernadene, 81, of Hazard died Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, at Good Samaritan Center in Ravenna
Services: Friday at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Ravenna
Burial: Highland Park Cemetery in Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Born May 13, 1932, in Bee
Parents: Hubert and Lucille (Kominek) Chloupek
Married: Nov. 26, 1960 in Ravenna to Alvin Bauer of Sweetwater
Survivors include her husband; son and daughter-in-law, Brent and Chris Bauer of Ravenna; grandsons, Paul, Michael and Josh, all of Ravenna; brother and sister-in-law, Richard “Dick” and Betty Chloupek of Litchfield; sister and brother-in-law, Sandy and Gary Wright of Broken Bow; and nieces and nephews
Moved with her family to the hills northeast of Litchfield; graduated from Litchfield High School in 1949; earned a degree from Kearney State Teachers College; took a teaching job in Holdrege
After marriage, lived in Ravenna, then moved to the family farm west of Sweetwater in 1962; was a lifelong educator; taught at Ravenna for several years, substituted at other area schools and later taught at Hazard
Activities: cherished time spent with her grandchildren and family; member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church
Was preceded in death by her parents; stepfather, Albert Buchman; and several nieces and nephews
Kearney Hub, 9 October, 2013

BOWEN, Richard A., 79, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, in Fredericksburg
Memorial services: Saturday at the Church of the Messiah in Fredericksburg
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery
Mortuary: Covenant in Fredericksburg
Born Feb. 9, 1934, in Kearney
Parents: Dewey G. and Ruby L. (McFarland) Bowen
Married: Oct. 20, 1956, to Sharon Stear of Cozad
Survivors include his wife of 56 years; children, Matthew Bowen and his wife, Anne, Lindi Copeland and her husband, Mike, and Patricia Garvis and her husband, Steve; 13 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren
Colonel Bowen had a distinguished U.S. Air Force career, received numerous awards, including Bronze Star with Valor, RVN Cross of Gallantry, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal (with 15 Oak Leaf Clusters) as well as other military unit citations and civil service awards; retired from the Air Force, then held positions with Atomic Energy Commission in areas related to nuclear nonproliferation and arms control negotiations, State Department Scientific and Technical Attaché to the International Atomic Energy Agency (Vienna, Austria) and Department of Energy
Activities: active member of the Episcopal Church, most recently as a member of the Church of Messiah in Fredericksburg and previously at St. John’s, McLean, Va., NARFE and the American Legion; spent many years as a Scoutmaster for Boy Scout troops in Brussels, Belgium, and McLean; cherished his time spent with family and friends; enjoyed golf, hunting, fishing and exploring North America in the RV
Was preceded in death by his son, Mark
Memorials: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the WorldVentures Foundation, or Wycliffe Bible Translators
Kearney Hub, 1 October, 2013

BURGLAND, Merlin E., 88, of Kearney died Monday, Sept. 16, 2013, at the Nebraska Veterans Home in Grand Island. Memorial services: Sept. 25 at Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery with military
Born Dec. 24, 1924, in Newark
Parents: Andrew and Violet (Schneringer) Burgland
Married: to Wilma Holderness after World War I
Married: 2001, to Esther Storer in Churubusco, Ind.
Survivors include his wife; son, Dale Burgland and his wife, Doris, of Kearney; daughters, Connie Jensen Simard and her husband, Bob, of Crete and Karen Smith of Kearney; stepchildren, Tim Storer and his wife, Terri, of Lincoln and Tammy Storer of Omaha; grandchildren, Christopher Jensen of Scottsdale, Ariz., Shawn Smith of Minden, Felicia Smith and Brandon Smith of Kearney, Jenna Burgland of Los Angeles, Krista Burgland of Las Vegas, Hans Levens of Brighton, Colo., and Eric Burgland, Cynthia Ring and Angela Pruneda, all of Omaha; 17 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild
Graduated from Callaway High School in 1942
Military: U.S. Army, 1943-1945, served in the China-Burma-India Theater
After marriage to Wilma, worked as a mason for various Nebraska construction companies; moved to an acreage near Riverdale, 1959; planted more than 10 acres with a variety of apple trees, his “Apple Acres”; later moved to Kearney, did individual masonry jobs, specializing in custom fireplaces, also worked on several commercial buildings in Kearney, Faith United Methodist Church and a building on the university campus; after marriage, with Esther, continued to reside in Kearney
Activities: volunteered at the Trails and Rails Museum, logged more than 10 years on the board of directors, serving four years as vice president; with a fried, built wooden horses and re-chinked and repaired the log cabin; enjoyed square dancing with friends and traveling to historic sites in Nebraska; June 2008, participated in the Hero Flight to Washington, D.C.; was a member of Faith United Methodist Church
Was preceded in death by his son, Andrew in 1982
Memorials: Trails and Rails Museum, the Kearney Senior Hospitality Center or to Kearney VFW Post 759
Kearney Hub, 21 September, 2013

FOSTER, Janice I. (Wiezorek), 88, of Kearney died Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, at Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial
Services: Tuesday at First Church of the Nazarene in Kearney
Burial: Floral Lawn Memorial Garden Cemetery in North Platte
Mortuary: O’Brien Straatmann Redinger
Born May 7, 1925, in Beckley, W.Va.
Parents: George and Stella (Persinger) Meadows
Married: to Donald Wiezorek. He died Oct. 16, 1974
Married: April 19, 1981, to Perry Foster in Kearney. He died Oct. 18, 1988
Survivors include her children and their spouses, Jimmy and Debbie Wiezorek, Ron and Rhonda Wiezorek and Pat and Julie Wiezorek, all of North Platte, Mike and Shelly Wiezorek of Humboldt, Donnie Wiezorek of North Platte, daughter Debbie Wiezorek of Kearney, Kenny Wiezorek of Loveland, Colo., and Bernadine and Allen McCall of Prosser; one brother-in-law; daughters-in-law, Laurie and Susie; four sisters-in-law; 22 grandchildren; 52 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews
Grew up in and received her education in Roanoke, Va.
Military: entered Women’s Army Corps on Sept. 8, 1944; served during World War II; was Roanoke’s first to enlist into the WAC; was honorably discharged
After marriage with Perry, lived in Kearney, was a homemaker
Activities: member of the First Church of Nazarene; enjoyed quilting
Was preceded in death by her husbands; parents; sons, Larry and Johnny; grandson, Tommy; and great-grandson, Daniel
Memorials: the church
Kearney Hub, 7 October, 2013

GIBBS, James Earl II, 85, of York died Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, at his home
Memorial services: Saturday at Metz Mortuary Chapel in York
Inurnment: Ponca City Cemetery
Born Dec. 18, 1927, in Ponca
Parents: James I. and Lucy (Fitzgerald) Gibbs
Married: June 1, 1950, to Emajean Reibold at Randolph
Married: Aug. 30, 1985, to Lola (Nelson) Karenbauer at Kearney
Survivors include his wife; children and their spouses, Jim and Terri Gibbs and Jolene and Victor Olguin, all of Lincoln, Jackie and Vaughn Anderson of Seward, Jeanna and Bruce Zimmerman of Utica, Tami and Mike Lyions of Grand Island, Kristina Gruhn of Holdrege and April Keith of Kearney; grandchildren and their spouses, Kris and Melissa Anderson of Seward, Matt and Julie Anderson, Victor and Hayley Olguin, Jaime Gibbs and Holly Gibbs, all of Lincoln, Ben and Natasha Anderson of Madison, Miss., Christopher and Jennifer Olguin of Omaha, Andrew Gibbs, John Gibbs and Jerry Gibbs, all of Redding, Calif., Rebecca Zimmerman and Zachariah Zimmerman, both of Utica, Amanda Grabast and Keith and Nikki McAuliff, all of Kearney, Clint and Lacy McAuliff of Ravenna, Matt McAuliff and Wyatt McAuliff, both of Grand Island, and Tony Gruhn and Cody Gruhn, both of Holdrege; 11 great-grandchildren, with two more on the way; and sister, Katherine Lockhart of Tekamah
Was a former school teacher, then was co-op manager at Pleasanton and Osmond
Activities: former member of Osmond City Council; enjoyed going on motorcycle retreats, photography, puzzles and playing cards
Was preceded in death by his parents; sister and brother-in-law, Winona and James Ryan; son, Joseph Gibbs; daughter, Mary Jane, who passed away right after birth; and brother-in-law, Charles Lockhart
Memorials: Alzheimer’s Association or the American Cancer Society
Kearney Hub, 10 October, 2013

GREGG, Thomas D. “Tom”, 78, of Gibbon died of cancer Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, at his home
Services: Saturday at Jacobsen-Greenway Funeral Home in St. Paul
Burial: Hillside Cemetery in North Loup
Born July 9, 1935, at Arcadia
Parents: Orville and Fern (Holmes) Gregg
Married: Jan. 15, 1955, to Deloris Dimmitt in Sedalia, Missouri
Survivors include his sons and daughters-in-law, Troy and Ann Gregg of Grand Island and Raymond and Dorothy Gregg of Scotia; daughters and sons-in-law, Laurita and Galen Ackles of St. Paul and Karen and Carlos Fonseca of Ord; 10 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; ex-wife Deloris Gregg of North Loup; brothers, James A. Gregg and Frank Gregg, both of Collins, Mo.; sisters and brothers-in-law, Ramona and Glen Bredthauer of Hastings, Marilyn Richie, Naomi and Charles Martin, La Don and Jim Burson, LaQueta and Mike Stultz and Charlene Johnson, all of Missouri; and special friend, Juanita Szafrajda of Gibbon
With Deloris had five children; lived most of his life around North Loup with his wife and children; ranching was his lifelong career; for the last couple of years, lived in Gibbon with a special friend, Juanita
Enjoyed fishing, hunting, playing pool and fixing things with his family and friends; loved anything with chocolate
Was preceded in death by his parents; son, Leonard Dean Gregg; brother, Charles Gregg; infant brother, David Gregg; and sisters, Alona Case, Audrey Bodenhamer and Colleen Johnson
Kearney Hub, 20 September, 2013

HELMS, Gail, 62, of Moultrie, Georgia, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, in Moultrie
No services; body was cremated
Born Jan. 6, 1951, in Kearney
Parents: Robert and Maryann Foster
Married: Feb. 1, 1985, to Jim Helms in Pasadena, Texas
Survivors include her husband; son and daughter-in-law, Jimmy and Betty Helms of Pembroke Pines, Fla.; sister, Barbara Christensen of Buffalo, Wyo.; brother, Bob Foster of Sparta, Tenn.; and sister, Becky Neville of Aurora, Colo.
Kearney Hub, 9 October, 2013

HOLT, Gladys Lucille, 98, of Kearney and a longtime Sidney resident died Sunday afternoon, September 15, 2013 at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Funeral services: Friday, September 20, 2013 in the Holechek Funeral Home in Sidney
Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Sidney
Memorials: Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Born June 24, 1915 at Coleridge, Nebraska
Parents: John and Sophia (McKuster) McMann
Moved later with her parents to a farm west of Coleridge; was baptized and confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hartington, Nebraska; attended grade school in Cedar County Nebraska, Hilcat, Pearl Creek and District 295 (Happy Valley), before high school in Coleridge and Hartington; graduated 1933
Married: November 1937 in Marengo, Iowa, to Vincent McMann
Married: December 15, 1952 in Yankton, South Dakota to Mathies Holt
With Mathias, lived in Lebanon, Kansas; after his death, moved to Sidney and helped her daughter Sandy in the ceramics business for several years
Married: 1974 to Reuben Johnson; moved to Albion and later returned to Sidney, worked at the Day Care Center from 1978 to 1991
Activities: loved gardening, canning, sewing and family events
Survivors include her son-in-law Howard Kurth of Sidney; three grandchildren: Cindy Quadhamer and Francine Gehrig both of Kearney and John Kurth of Potter; six great-grandchildren: Christal, Ryan, Holly, April, Matt and Monica; six Great, great-grandchildren; one brother Clifford McMann of Little Rock, CA; one sister Wilma Morbito of Hampton, VA and numerous nieces and nephews
Was preceded in death by her husbands, and her daughter Sandra Kurth in 1994
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JARMIN, Michelle Rae, 52, of Wilsonville died Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at her home
Services: Saturday at the Christian-Baptist Church in Wilsonville
Inurnment: later
Mortuary: Wenburg in Beaver City
Born July 13, 1961, at Hastings
Parents: Eldean and Mary Lou (Lewis) Einspahr
Married: April 6, 1983, to Dennis Jarmin
Survivors include her husband; her father of Wauneta; sons, Derrick Jarmin and his wife, Christine, of Beaver City, Brooke Jarmin of Wilsonville and Brandon Jarmin and his fiancée, Kim Gates, and Keith Jarmin and his wife, Sherryn, all of Indianola; sister, Deb Bauman and her husband, Gary, of Wisconsin; brother-in-law, Dennis Smith of Red Cloud; and grandchildren, Xander Keefer, Bradon Wilson, Taidon Ritchie, Ruby Jarmin, Ethan Charles, Isaac Richard, Ariana Rae, Haylee Madison Starling, Jamison Rae Harjo, Dairian Kendrick Jarmin and Dominic Gillman
Grew up at Campbell, graduated from Campbell High School, 1979
After marriage, lived at Bonner Springs and Lawrence, Kan.; returned to Nebraska, lived at Campbell, Kearney, Merna and then Wilsonville; worked at the Wilsonville Café and Beaver City Manor for 10 years; retired due to health problems
Activities: member of the Christian-Baptist Church of Wilsonville; enjoyed camping, fishing, boating, spending time with her grandchildren and raising horses and various animals
Was preceded in death by her mother; sister, Patty Smith; and granddaughter, Scarlette Star Jarmin
Kearney Hub, 1 October, 2013

JESTER, Betty Jo, 85, of Kearney died Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at her home in Kearney
Memorial services: Sept. 28 at First Presbyterian Church
Burial of ashes: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born Jan. 13, 1928, in Franklin
Parents: Melvin R. and Ella (Ewing) Sprout
Married: Sept. 14, 1947, to Royal F. Jester Jr.
Survivors include her husband; sons, J. Randal Jester and his wife, Mickey, of Downers Grove, Ill., and Ronald Jester and his wife, Beverly, of Lincoln; daughter, Beth A. Jester of Santa Fe, N.M.; grandchildren, Brent Jester, Ryan Jester and his wife, Laura, Cameron Jester, Nicholas Jester, Ben Bashline and Anna Bashline Spurway and her husband, Jonathan; great-grandchild, Harrison Spurway; and many nieces and nephews
Graduated from Franklin High school in 1945, attended Kearney State College
After marriage, lived in Boulder, Colo., Omaha and Kansas City, Mo.; returned to Kearney where Dr. Jester, an ophthalmologist, practiced until retirement
Activities: member of Chapter EG, PEO Sisterhood, Buffalo County Medical Auxiliary, Kearney Area Sewing Guild, University of Nebraska at Kearney Faculty Wives and Good Samaritan Hospital Service League; member and elder of First Presbyterian Church, served as secretary-treasurer of the Kearney Tennis Association for many years, was a director of the Kearney State College Foundation and served as secretary of the Executive Board for nine years, and was a director of the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation
Was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers and three sisters
Memorials: First Presbyterian Church or the University of Nebraska at Kearney Foundation
Kearney Hub, 25 September, 2013

KING, Marilyn “Elizabeth” (Morgan) Helleberg, 82, of Green Mountain Falls, Colorado, formerly of Kearney, Neb., died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, in Green Mountain Falls
Memorial services: Wednesday at Shove Chapel on the campus of Colorado College in Colorado Springs
Mortuary: Cappadona in Colorado Springs
Interment of the ashes: St. Luke’s Episcopal Chapel prayer garden, in Kearney
Born Nov. 1, 1930 in McCook
Parents: Donal H. and Helen (Banta) Morgan
Married: about 1956 to Rex Helleberg, a local architect; divorced in 1989
Married: 1999, to Mr. King after moving to Colorado. Survivors include: daughter, Karen Helleberg and her daughter, Saralisa, of Kearney; son, Paul and his children, Matt Smith, Josh, Dawn, Zack, Amy, Joseph, Halley and Michaela Helleberg, all of Kearney, and Paul’s 13 grandchildren; and son, John his wife, Tasha, and their sons, James, Isaac and Eli, all of Virginia
Grew up in McCook, excelled in school and in theater; graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in speech pathology; was an Aksarben princess; later earned a master’s degree in English from the University of Nebraska at Kearney
Began work as a speech therapist for Kearney Public Schools in the 1950s and later taught in the Speech Pathology and English Departments at UNK; was a Kearney resident for 45 years; was a major contributor to Daily Guideposts magazine and devotional books for more than 30 years; authored seven books; enjoyed Zen meditation and spiritual retreats; loved to learn and grow; earned her private pilot’s license in her mid-30s; loved spending time with her husband, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren
Memorials: Unicef or Learning Ally
Kearney Hub, 23 September 2013, and 13 March 2014

MARTIN, Dolores A., 81, of Kearney died Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, at Mount Carmel Home Keens Memorial
Services: Thursday at Kearney Church of Christ
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born Feb. 22, 1932, on a farm near Upland
Parents: Sena and Louis Hansen
Married: Aug. 23, 1951, tod George A. Martin in Kearney. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her son, Steve Martin and his wife, Linda, of Omaha; daughter, Cindy Houtz and her husband, Doug, of Kearney; sons, Scott Martin and Craig Martin, both of Kearney; grandchildren, Kelli Hasenjager and her husband, Erik, Bret Martin and his wife, Jaimee, and Chase Martin, all of Omaha, Sarah Jensen and her husband, Dru, Danielle Houtz, Branson Martin and Alec Martin, all of Kearney, Jennifer Edge of Minneapolis, Collin Martin and his wife, Whitney, of Grand Island and Greg Ferguson of York; great-grandchildren, Emma, Madison and Halle Hasenjager and Cooper Martin, all of Omaha, Tate and Dylan Straatmann of Kearney and Memphis Beal of Minneapolis; sister, Joan Nelson and her husband, Richard, of Lincoln; brother, Louis Hansen and his wife, Marian, of Omaha; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends
Graduated from Minden High School in 1949
After marriage, lived in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Ventura, Calif., then settled in Kearney and raised their family
Activities: longtime member of Kearney Church of Christ, enjoyed singing there; had a very strong faith
Was preceded in death by her husband; parents; brothers, Virgil Hansen and Gene Hansen; sisters, Shirley Christensen, Lucille Doyle and Marge Anderson; son, Randy Martin; and grandchildren, Blaine and Emily Houtz
Kearney Hub, 2 October, 2013

MATTHEWS, Ruth Ann, 84, of Kearney died Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial services: Saturday at Trinity Presbyterian Church
Inurnment: St. Mark’s United Methodist Church Memorial Gardens in Tucson, Ariz.
Mortuary: O’Brien Straatmann Redinger in Kearney
Born April 30, 1929, in Albuquerque, N.M.
Parents: Harry and Esta Ruth (Grooms) Farrer
Married: June 30, 1953, to Frank Matthews Jr. in Albuquerque. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her daughters, Nancy Burch of Tucson and Judith Rozema and her husband, David, of Kearney; grandchildren, Laura Rozema of Salt Lake City and Steven Rozema and his wife, Rachel, of Greensboro, N.C.; sisters, Anita Mae Smith of Albuquerque and Betty Jo Landon of Sun City, Ariz.; and several nieces and nephews
Grew up in Albuquerque, received her education at McMurry College in Abilene, Texas; received her bachelor of science in education and master of arts in education degrees from Northern Arizona University
After marriage, lived in several states where her husband was a minister in the United Methodist Church; was an elementary music teacher for Flagstaff Public Schools; retired with her husband to Tucson, moved to Kearney in 2007
Activities: member of St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Tucson; enjoyed papercrafting, crocheting, antique paper ephemera and spending time with family; was a loving wife, mother and grandmother
Was preceded in death by her husband, parents and a brother, James
Memorials: St. Mark’s United Methodist Church Memorial Gardens in Tucson
Kearney Hub, 9 October, 2013

MAUL, Emmett L. Sr., 89, of Kearney died Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Monday at First Lutheran Church
Burial: Riverdale Cemetery
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born June 6, 1924, near Amherst
Parents: George and Louisa (Rusch) Maul
Married: Aug. 25, 1944, to Marvlyn Daake in Amherst. She died in 1984
Married: April 12, 1985, to Zola Johnson in Gibbon
Survivors include his wife; sons, Emmett J. Maul Jr. and his wife, Carol Jean, of Kearney and Don L. Maul and his wife, Susan, of South Sioux City; grandchildren, John Maul and his wife, Petrina, and Joe Maul and his wife, Mishelle, all of Kearney, Jennifer Schmitz and her husband, Aaron, of Lincoln, Brad Maul and his wife, Irene, of Nashville, Tenn., and Deanne Caniglia of Omaha; 10 great-grandchildren; stepchildren, David Dahlgren and his wife, Mary, of Holdrege, Doug Dahlgren and his wife, Sandy, of Holdrege, Brenda Horn and her husband, Steve, of Grand Island and Mindy Burton and her husband, Kevin, of Lincoln; seven stepgrandchildren; and eight stepgreat-grandchildren
Graduated from Amherst High School in 1942
After high school, played the saxophone and clarinet in several bands in Iowa and Nebraska for six years
Owned and operated Maul Oil and Implement in Amherst for 19 years with his brother, Harvey; also worked as a welder for Nebraska Power Service, 1968-1986; enjoyed traveling together and spending their winters in Arizona; enjoyed bowling and working crossword puzzles; had a quick wit and dry sense of humor; member of First Lutheran Church, Kearney Eagles Club and the flying farmers
Was preceded in death by his first wife, daughter, Peggy Sue; infant grandson, Jeffrey Harrington; four brothers; and one sister
Memorials: Special Olympics or First Lutheran Church
Kearney Hub, 28 September, 2013

McKEE, Trudy B., 43 of Omaha and formerly of Elm Creek, died Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at her residence
Memorial service: Saturday, O’Brien Straatmann Redinger Funeral Home in Kearney
Interment: later
Born February 27, 1970 in Kearney
Parents: Don and Sharon (Bowie) McKee
Married: February 22, 1997 to Craig Carter in Moore Haven, Florida
Survivors include: daughter, Alexis Carter of Wichita, KS, mother, Sharon of Elm Creek, brother, Mack McKee of Sturgis, SD, sisters, Debbie (Dale) Penny of Elm Creek, Cindi (Tom) Brestel of Holdrege, Shelly McKee of Avon, IN and several nieces and nephews
Grew up in Elm Creek, graduated from Elm Creek High School in 1988; received her nursing degree from Kearney State College
After marriage, lived in Wichita, Kansas, was employed as an Register Nurse; later moved to Omaha, worked for Select Specialty Hospital at the time of her death
Was preceded in death by her father, grandparents, Elmer and Anna Mae McKee and Lynn and Ellen Bowie, niece and niece, Carrie Penny
Kearney Hub, 20 September, 2013

McMINDES, Janice L., 77, of Kearney died Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, at St. John’s Good Samaritan Center
Services: Friday, Oct. 11, Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services
Burial: later
Born on June 25, 1936 in Arcadia, Nebr.
Parents: Ernest L. and Charlotte B. (Welty) Smith
Married: May 24, 1956 to Lyle McMindes; had three children, then divorced
Married July 10, 1981 to Leroy Heupel of Cairo; divorced in 1991
Began her education at Dunam Country School, later attended Emerson elementary school, then graduated from Kearney High School, 1954; attended Kearney State Teachers College for one year, then accepted a position with the Kearney Water and Waste Department; had many different jobs over the years with her favorite being at St. Francis Alcohol and Treatment Center in Grand Island; shared in the operation of Holiday Tour and Travel
Activities: member of First United Methodist Church in Kearney
Survivors include: her children, Michael McMindes of Omaha, Shawn and Husband Tim Dunnagan of Boise, ID and Michele Francis of Omaha, NE; Sister, Virginia and Husband Jack Riley of Windsor, CO; 5 Grandchildren
Was preceded in death by her parents, 6 uncles, 6 aunts and several cousins
Memorials: First United Methodist Church or the Kearney Area Humane Society
Kearney Hub, 9 October, 2013

OLIVER, Janice A., 89, of Shelton died Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, at her home
Services: Thursday at Shelton United Methodist Church
Burial: Shelton Cemetery
Mortuary: Apfel in Grand Island
Born June 6, 1924, in Howells
Parents: Emil and Anna (Dirkschneider) Matejka
Married: to Ed Matte
Married: Sept. 10, 1952, to Bob Oliver in North Platte. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her daughters and sons-in-law, Jody and Kent Fletcher of Shelton and Patricia and Vernon Bredthauer of Wood River; seven grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; and sister, Elaine Musil of Shelton
Went to school in Howells, later moved to Dodge and graduated from Dodge High School at age 16; moved to Montana to work at a newspaper; returned to the area and worked for the Kearney Hub
Was briefly married to Ed Matte and had a daughter, Patricia; the couple traveled while he served in the armed forces; Janice later moved back to Dodge to live with her parents
After marriage with Bob, lived on the farm with Bob’s parents; later moved to a home in Shelton and finally moved west of Shelton, farmed and and raised livestock; had daughter Jody; spent a few years working at the Shelton Clipper as well as helping on the farm
Activities: member of Shelton United Methodist Church, was the church organist for the weekly church services as well as weddings, funerals, Christmas programs, cantatas and playing for weekly services at the Gibbon Nursing Home; member of the Methodist Women, Joy Circle; belonged to the Shelton Legion Auxiliary, the 40&8 organizations in Kearney, was a past member of Our Nite Out Extension Club, Dandy Dollies, Rebekkahs, MADD and Flying Farmers; with Flying Farmers, was the newsletter editor, Woman of the Year, Hospitality Award winner and queen twice; traveled extensively; also earned her Land It Certificate so she could land the plane on her own if needed; donated gallons of blood over the years to the American Red Cross, received the Ak-Sar-Ben Good Neighbor Award and the Sunshine Award; loved her family, friends and music
Was preceded in death by her parents and her husband
Memorials: Tehama Shrine Transportation Committee or Shelton United Methodist Church
Kearney Hub, 25 September, 2013

OLSON, Dorothy J., 88, of Kearney died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Services: Tuesday at Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services
Burial: Rosemont Cemetery in Webster County
Born Sept. 10, 1925, in Rosemont
Parents: Bert and Margaret (Busking) Hoppen
Married: Oct. 29, 1947, to Lee Olson. He died Sept. 10, 2013
Survivors include her children and their spouses, Steve and Carol Olson of Broomfield, Colo., Doug and Nancy Olson and Jaime and Ghansham Manwani, all of Sellersburg, Ind., and Terri and Dan Manecke of Floyd Knobs, Ind.; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and sister, Ruby Krueger of Blue Hill
Had been a resident of Kearney since 1960; Lee and Dorothy would have celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary this month
Was a gifted piano teacher who gave her talents to generations of students, many of whom became piano teachers themselves; taught music for 60 years
Activities: member of the Presbyterian Church in Kearney for many years, later joined New Life Assembly Church; was involved in Bible study groups, vacation Bible school, choir and was a passionate participant in her church life
Kearney Hub, 12 October, 2013

QUINN, John C. "Jack", 82, of Kearney died Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial wake services: Sept. 28 at Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services
Burial of cremains: Fort McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell
Born May 4, 1931 in Lincoln
Parents: John and Dora (Cromwell) Quinn
Married: 1955 to Mary Ellen Newberry in Cozad. She died in 1986
Survivors relatives include his sister; Helen Watton and husband Jerry of Hamburg, IA, nephew; John Watton and wife Carolyn of Kansas City, MO, nieces; Jeri Ashley and husband John of Hamburg, IA and Jayne Meilo of Manhattan, NY
Graduated from Cozad High School in 1949; attended Doan College in Crete
Military: 24 years of service in U.S. Navy, 1951-1974; served during the Korean and Viet Nam wars
Moved to Kearney in 1977
Activities: loved the outdoors, baseball especially the Cubs, and football especially the Huskers; taught his nieces and nephew how to hunt and fish; enjoyed bird-watching. He spent countless days with the dogs watching birds; especially loved his wife; member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Kearney and V.F.W. Post #759 and the Kearney American Legion Post #52
Memorials: University of Nebraska Foundation for the Jack and Mary Quinn Memorial Fund, servicemen's organizations or Prince of Peace Parish of Kearney
Kearney Hub, 25 September, 2013

RACKEVICIUS, Joseph, 90, of Kearney, formerly Omaha, died Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, at Good Samaritan Hospital
Memorial services: Oct. 26 at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Omaha
Burial: St. John’s Cemetery in Bellevue
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born April 1, 1923, in Lithuania
Parents: Jurgis and Maria (Lukoseviciute) Rackevicius
Married: Aug. 27, 1955, to Jane Mikalauskas
Survivors include his wife; daughters, Ruth Pyle of Weston, Fla., Alice Armer of Evening Shade, Ark., and Lisa Kirkwood of Kearney; and five grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 8 October, 2013

REINEKE, Scott Allen, 35, of Kearney died Monday, Sept. 16, 2013, at his home
Services: Friday at New Life Church in Kearney
Burial: Kearney Cemetery
Mortuary: O’Brien Straatmann Redinger in Kearney
Born Jan. 2, 1978, in Hastings
Parents: Jerry and Diane (Marr) Reineke
Married: Nov. 11, 2005, to Amber Wine at New Life Assembly in Kearney
Survivors include his wife; sons, Izac and Elijah Reineke of Kearney; his parents of Hastings; brother, Justin Reineke and his wife, Kelly, of Lincoln; sister, Danielle Malchow and her husband, Brett, of Lincoln; grandmother, Thelma Marr of Hastings; parents-in-law, Bob and Connie Wine of Kearney; sister-in-law, Dynae Pofahl and her husband, Tate, of Kearney; several nieces and nephews; and a host of friends
Received his education from Hastings High School, graduated in 1996; attended Hastings College, earned his bachelor’s degree; graduated magna cum laude from Creighton University with a nursing degree in August 2010; attended the University of Nebraska Medical Center, received a master’s degree with honors in December 2012; most recently, worked as a psychiatric nurse practitioner at Dr. Burke and Associates
Activities: enjoyed golfing, fishing, rock climbing and hiking; enjoyed his sons; loved his profession and enjoyed helping people
Was preceded in death by his grandparents, Doran Marr and Violetta and Frank Reineke
Memorials: his children’s college fund
Kearney Hub, 19 September, 2013

RUDER, Celestine A. “Rudy”, 91, of Kearney died Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, at Homestead Assisted Living
Services: Thursday at St. James Catholic Church
Burial: Kearney Cemetery with military honors
Mortuary: Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl
Born Feb. 4, 1922, in Hays, Kan.
Parents: Henry and Mary (Boos) Ruder
Married: Sept. 11, 1944, to Marcella Romey. They divorced
Married: 1989, to Betty Rose. She died in 1992
Married: Oct. 27, 2001, to Marge Shepker in Kearney
Survivors include his wife; sons, Ron Ruder and his wife, Luci, of Kearney and Larry Ruder and his wife, Cynthia “Cid,” of Mableton, Ga.; daughter, Kathy Herrick and her husband, Paul, of Kearney; stepdaughters, Kay Lieb and her husband, Leroy, of Wilcox and Karen Reiter and her husband, Rick, and Kristy Buchmeier, all of Kearney; sister, Celestine Ruder of Concordia, Kan.; grandchildren, Colby, Shyle, Paula and Jeremy; great-grandchildren, Maci, Joshua, Emma, Kaise, Kaitlyn, Erica and Parker; stepgrandchildren, Shawn, Brent, Misty, Brandon, SuAnn, Justin, Brent, Sean and Terence; and stepgreat-grandchildren, Jordan, Jayden, Talon, Thoron, Kaylee, Michael, Addison, Tyler, Wyatt, Nathan, Jessica, Jeremy, Quincy, Kristian, Elliana, Anna, Grace and Will
Grew up in Hays and graduated from Hays High School
Military: veteran of World War II; U.S. Army, Nov. 16, 1942, to April 23, 1943
Three children with Marcella: Ronald Paul, Kathleen Marie and Lawrence Eugene
Activities: was a 64-year member of St. James Catholic Church, a 64-year member of Kearney Eagles Lodge 2722 and a 70-year member of American Legion Post 52, former member of the Knights of Columbus and Kearney Elks Lodge; enjoyed bowling, dancing, playing his harmonica and family get-togethers
Was preceded in death by his seconed wife; parents; brothers, Robert, Donald, Herbert, Fidelis, Nick and Wilfred; and sisters, Alvina, Mary Louise and Romilda
Memorials: St. James Catholic Church
Kearney Hub, 2 October, 2013

RUIZ, Pablo R., 76, of Shelton died Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney
Services: Monday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Shelton
Burial: Shelton Cemetery
Mortuary: Apfel in Grand Island
Born Jan. 15, 1937, in Coleman, Texas
Parents: Guadalupe and Consuela (Rendon) Ruiz
Married: March 31, 1954, to Juanita Trevino in Slaton, Texas
Survivors include his wife; daughters and sons-in-law, Carmen and Tino Salinas and Gloria and Hank Britt, all of Olathe, Kan., and Crestina and Roger Ruyle of Shelton; seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; brothers, Benito Ruiz, Steve Ruiz and Lupe Ruiz, all of Slaton, Jesse Ruiz of Buffalo, Texas, and Tony Ruiz of Lubbock, Texas; sisters, Maria Leyva, Theresa Guerra and Sarah Gonzalez, all of Slaton, and Josie Valdez of Granbury, Texas
Grew up in the Slaton, attended school there
After marriage, lived in Slaton, worked at Farmer’s Co-op; moved to Shelton in 1966; worked at the Ordnance Plant in Alda for three years, then began working for Union Pacific Railroad; retired in May 2000
Activities: member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Shelton; enjoyed woodworking, tinkering and building things in his garage and gardening; especially enjoyed time with his family and grandchildren
Was preceded in death by his parents; son, Pablo Ruiz Jr.; brother, Pete Ruiz; and sister, Manuela Arguella
Memorials: Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Shelton or the American Diabetes Foundation
Kearney Hub, 21 September, 2013

SCHEPERS, George Bernard, 71, of Shelton died Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013, at his home
Services: Saturday at Shelton United Methodist Church
Burial: Shelton Cemetery
Mortuary: O’Brien Straatmann Redinger — Miller Godberson in Gibbon
Born Jan. 29, 1942, in Grand Island
Parents: Ralph and Shirley (McRoberts) Schepers
Survivors include his mother of Kearney; daughters, Stacey Preuss and her husband, Chris, of Northville, Mich., Greta Pinkerton and her husband, Bill, of Beatrice and Jennifer Schmidt and her husband, Joe, of Maywood; grandchildren, Phillip, Sydney, Jessica, Jace, Joseph, Maria, Veronica, Simon, Thomas, Alek, Kyle and Kaci; great-grandchild, Dominic; and sisters, Edith Wicht and her husband, Darwin, of Shelton and Diana Frank and her husband, Clyde, of Lincoln
Was a 1960 graduate of Shelton High School
Military: U.S. Navy, 1962-1965
Was very proud to be a fourth-generation blacksmith; was a master knife maker and a talented musician; member of Shelton American Legion, Muzzleloaders Association and the Knife Guild
Was preceded in death by his father; and his fiancé, Karen Travis
Kearney Hub, 26 September, 2013

SHERMAN, Carroll M., 96, of Kearney, formerly of Lexington, died Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, at Mother Hull Home in Kearney
Services: Wednesday at First United Methodist Church in Lexington
Burial: Greenwood Cemetery at Lexington
Mortuary: Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington
Born Sept. 6, 1917, in Dayton, Iowa
Parents: G.F. and M. Adell (Draper) Berry
Married: Sept. 15, 1940, to Stanley Sherman in Lexington. He died in 2003
Survivors include her son, Barry of Kearney; three grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren
Kearney Hub, 1 October, 2013

VACEK, Jo, 67, of Ravenna died Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013, at her home near Ravenna
Services: Friday at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Ravenna
Burial: St. Wenceslaus Cemetery south of Ravenna
Mortuary: Rasmussen in Ravenna
Born July 6, 1946, in Central City
Parents: Jim and Janet (Willeman) McMahon
Married: 1969, to Richard C. “Dick” Vacek. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Marc and Carmen Vacek of Ravenna; daughters and sons-in-law, Ginger and Mike Lutz of Benkelman and Gena and Cedric McPherson of Ravenna; five grandchildren; brother, Jack McMahon of Central City; and sister, Judy Roscoe of Lincoln
Was educated in Central City and at Woody Hairstyling Institute in Orlando, Fla., and Kearney State College
After marriage, lived on a farm near Ravenna; worked part time at Farmers Co-op and later at Wroblewski Feed Supply, both of Ravenna
Activities: member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church and Altar Society and taught CCD classes at the church; was involved in teaching Red Cross swimming for more than 20 years; with husband, was also involved in foster care
Was preceded in death by her husband, parents and a brother, Tom McMahon
Kearney Hub, 26 September, 2013

WALTERS, Rosemary McCarthy, 84, of Sun City, Arizona, died Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, in Sun City
Services were Thursday, Oct. 3, at Prince of Peace Church in Sun City
Burial: National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Phoenix
Mortuary: Camino Del Sol in Sun City West
Born Dec. 13, 1928, on a farm near Heartwell, Neb.
Parents: Charles J. and Emma (Billesbach) McCarthy
Married: Feb. 9, 1948, to Wallace D. Walters at St. James Catholic Church in Kearney, Neb. He preceded her in death
Survivors include her children, Frederick “Mark” and his wife, Julie, of Ely, Iowa, Diane Fila and her husband, Steve, of Peoria, Sally Boyd and her husband, Paul, of Knoxville, Tenn., and Bill and his wife, Suzanne, of Glendale; five grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; two stepgrandchildren; one stepgreat-grandson; brother, Laverne C. McCarthy and his wife, Gloria, of Brookings, S.D.; many cousins, nieces and nephews; and lifelong friends, Lela Lammers of Kearney and Lois Bliss of Greeley, Colo.
Was baptized and confirmed at Holy Family Catholic Church of Heartwell, attended Heartwell Public School to the ninth grade; moved with her parents to Kearney, 1943, graduated from Longfellow High School and attended Kearney State Teachers College
After marriage, moved to Omaha, Neb., in 1959, became a member of St. Thomas More Parish; was employed with N.P. Dodge Real Estate Co., obtained a real-estate license, was active for several years in Boy Scouts of America and was a consistent volunteer at St. Thomas More School and Archbishop Ryan High School, particularly in drama activities; charter member of Council of Real Estate Women; in Kearney, worked at Sears Roebuck and Co. and Fort Kearney National Bank.
Activities: past member of Sweet Adelines and Ancient Order of Hibernians Auxiliary, and a member at large Epsilon Sigma Alpha (professional and business women’s international sorority), and continued as an inactive member of Kearney Veterans of Foreign Wars 759 Auxiliary; was active in the Kearney’s Women’s Bowling Association and served as president in 1954 and 1955; received her bachelor of science degree in communication with honors from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1986; served on the support staff of Omaha Mayors Bernie Simon, Walter Calinger and P.J. Morgan; enjoyed music; was proud of her Irish heritage
Resided at Advanced Assisted Living Home in Sun City for her last year
Was preceded in death by her husband; parents; infant sister, Mildred; brothers, Ambrose and Robert; and loving sister, Loretta Miller
Memorials: Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix, AZ
Kearney Hub, 4 October, 2013

WESCOAT, Jean, 86, of Augusta, Kansas, died Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, in Augusta
Graveside service: Monday, Riverton (Neb.) Cemetery
Mortuary:Dunsford in Augusta
Born May 2, 1927, in Riverton
Parents: Vernon and Beatrice (Shetler) Wright
Married: to Ray Wescoat in Mankato, Kansas; he died in 2006
Survivors include her son, Jerry Wescoat and his wife, Mona; grandchildren, Jason and his wife, Margret, Stacey and her husband, Charles, Jeanne, Terri and her husband, Bob, and Tammie; 11 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren
Grew up in Riverton; was baptized in the Congregational Church at age 4; was dedicated in the Assembly of God Church, age 8; during high school years, worked for Grace Richardson in her creamery; graduated from Riverton High School, 1944; attended Creighton University in Omaha; later moved to Hastings, and worked for Swift and Co.
Moved to Riverdale, 1955, and to Kearney in 1970; after Ray’s death, moved to Augusta to be close to family
Activities: appreciated her neighbors and friends in Nebraska, and the students the University of Nebraska at Kearney; loved UNK basketball and football and also Nebraska football
Was preceded in death by her husband; parents and her sisters, Margy Scharff and Lota Smith
Memorials: UNK athletic department
Kearney Hub, 6 October, 2013

WEST, Charles K. “Smokey”, 83, of Kearney died Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, at his home
Services: Friday at Horner Lieske McBride & Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services
Burial: Pleasanton Cemetery
Born March 17, 1930, in rural Mason City
Parents: Charles and Lillian (Engleman) West
Married: Dec. 9, 1950, to Mona Lindner in Ansley
Survivors include his sons, Chuck West of Thornton, Colo., and Rick West and his wife, Gaylene of Loveland, Colo.; grandchildren, Jody Hurlburt, Stacy Dugan and her husband, James, Nikki Campos and her husband, Moses, and Ashley and Andrew West; and 17 great-grandchildren
Attended Algernon Country School West of Mason City
After marriage, farmed in the Mason City area; moved to Kearney in 1981, was a custodian at Glenwood Elementary School and retired in 1995; later worked part time at the Glenwood Corners Convenience Store
Activities: member of Kearney Eagles Lodge 2722; enjoyed meeting and talking with people, telling jokes and caring for his cats; especially loved his grandchildren and enjoyed collecting guns and rebuilding old cars
Was preceded in death by his wife in 2012; daughters, Linda Lea in 1958 and Kathy Hurlburt and her husband, Dennis, in 2009; one great-grandson; brother, Darrell; and sisters, Doris Runyan and Charlene Arndt
Kearney Hub, 10 October, 2013

YOUNG, Shawn Wayne, 44, of Aurora, died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, as a result of a traffic accident near Bristol, Indiana
Services: Monday at Peace Lutheran Church in Hastings
Burial: Wyuka Cemetery in Lincoln, with military honors
Mortuary: Butler Volland in Hastings
Born Sept. 22, 1968, in Lincoln
Parents: Rockford L. and Juanita J. (Wilson) Young
Married: Aug. 14, 2004, to Melissa L. Richter
Survivors include his wife; daughters, Morgan Lomax and Kaetlyn Young, both of Aurora; mother and stepfather, Juanita and John Tucker of Roca; father, Rockford Young of Lincoln; brothers, Christopher and Anthony, both of Roca; and grandfather, LeRoy Watson of Fremont
Graduated from Lincoln High School in 1987, was a state gymnast for two years
Military: entered U.S. Army on Jan. 26, 1986; was stationed in Germany, 1988-1990, was deployed to Bosnia from 1989-1990; was deployed to Desert Shield and Desert Storm, 1991-1992; served a combat tour in Iraq, 2004-2005 with the 561st CSG; was on the Nebraska Army National Guard Marksmanship Team and was assigned to Det. 1 Training Site Command in Hastings at the time of his death; was also a cavalry scout for more than 10 years; was an expert marksman pistol and rifle; was a range operations specialist, and the military was his life; received the following military awards: Bronze Star, two Meritorious Service medals, nine Army Commendation medals, two National Defense Service medals and numerous other service awards
With Melissa, moved from Kearney to Sutton in 2008, and to Aurora in 2012
Activities: member of Peace Lutheran Church in Hastings, Sutton American Legion, Wounded Warrior Project and NRA
Memorials: a college education fund for his daughters
Kearney Hub, 20 September, 2013
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