Douglas Co. NE Deaths & Obits

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Obituary Index by Nancy Mancuso

African-Americans of Omaha, Nebraska, Death Register, 1873-1940. compiled by Jackie Whitaker whitjbar@cox.net  This reference book will aid African-Americans in researching their ancestors. It lists the decedents' state of birth and next of kin, marital status, cause of death, and occupation. The cost is $15.00 plus $2.20 postage. [This book notice is for genealogy information only.]

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1900-1902 Deaths (partial)

Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 11:00:15 EDT
From: OmahaMom@aol.com
To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: Omaha Excelsior 1900 obits, etc

STEVENS, Jennie E. (Mrs. Richard formerly Mrs. Jacob Gish); 19 May 1900 Omaha Excelsior
DREXEL, Charles F.; 9 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior (Tarpon Springs, FL)
GODFREY, George H. [Capt.]; 9 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior (Phillipines)
CLARK, Silas H. H.; 9 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior
MOORES, (Mrs. Frank E.); 16 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior
BRANCH, Walden Burr; 23; 16 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior Forest Lawn
POMEY, Hennina (Mrs. Gustave); 56; 16 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior
HARSHA, W. W. [Dr.]; 23 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior (x2)
WYMAN, (Mrs. William Tupper nee Orchard); 23 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior
BLISS, John H.; 30 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior Schuyler NE
GIACOMINI, George; 63; 30 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior
NICHOLS, Lucy H. (Mrs.); 60; 30 Jun 1900 Omaha Excelsior
HART, Clement [Dr.]; 17 Jul 1900 Omaha Excelsior
GEAR, [Senator]; 21 Jul 1900 Omaha Excelsior Burlington, IA
GARDNER, Dian 4 Aug 1900 Omaha Excelsior (x2)
MOUNT, (Mrs. William); 11 Aug 1900 Omaha Excelsior Forest Lawn
RUSTIN, C. R. [Capt.]; 11 Aug 1900 Omaha Excelsior Forest Lawn
SELLICK, inf son; 18 Aug 1900 Omaha Excelsior
GISE, Johnas;73; 18 Aug 1900 Omaha Excelsior Prospect Hill
RAMAKER, Edward E.; 18 Aug 1900 Omaha Excelsior Spring Valley, IA
HUNTINGTON, Collis P.; 24 Aug 1900 Omaha Excelsior
ALLEN, Blanche (Mrs.); 1 Sep 1900 Omaha Excelsior
STEPHENSON, Mary L (Mrs. James); 1 Sep 1900 Forest Lawn
KELLEY, Ralph; 25; 8 Sep 1900 Omaha Excelsior
MAXFIELD, John B. [Rev.]; 14 Sep 1900 Omaha Excelsior (OH)
STEARNS, R. D. [Rev.]; 81; 15 Sep 1900 Omaha Excelsior St Johns, MI
LINEBURG, (Mrs. Edward N.); 22 Sep 1900 Omaha Excelsior Chariton, IA
ARMSTRONG, Julia A. (Mrs. George [Col]); 22 Sep 1900 Omaha Excelsior Prospect Hill
WILSON, Henry B. [Dr.]; 22 Sep 1900 Omaha Excelsior
KOUNTZE, Herman; child; 22 Sep 1900 Omaha Excelsior Forest Lawn
MURPHY, W. L. [Capt]; 6 Oct 1900 Omaha Excelsior Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
CLAYTON, George N.; 13 oct 1900 Omaha Excelsior
ELGUETTER, Bertha(Mrs.); 20 Oct 1900 Omaha Excelsior
BENNETT, L. M.; 27 Oct 1900 Omaha Excelsior
CLARK, William E.; 27 Oct 1900 Omaha Excelsior Forest Lawn
HIGLEY, [Maj.]; 3 Nov 1900 Omaha Excelsior Cedar Rapids
HILL, (Mrs. Frederick nee Baum]; 10 Nov 1900 Omaha Excelsior Forest Lawn
PUSEY, W. H. M.; 10 Nov 1900 Omaha Excelsior (Council Bluffs, IA)
POLAND (Mrs.); 24 Nov 1900 Omaha Excelsior
 
by Karen
From: OmahaMom@aol.com 

To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: Some obits from Omaha World Herald 1900-1902
Date: Wed, 26 May 2004

Not all have Omaha burials, but all have connections to Omaha within an hour drive...or Omaha family, or lived here.

ARTHUR, E. I., 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 4 Shenandoah, IA
BASWITZ, Samuel, age 42, 3 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3 & 8 Louisville, KY
BAUR, Henry, age 37, 12 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8 (Ft. Calhoun, NE)
BILGER, F. M., 10 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 10
BOWERMAN, Pearl Sadowski (Mrs. E. M.), age 19, 4 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 1       
BRIGGS, Ida (Miss), age 17, 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3 Boone, IA
BROCKETT, Frank C. [Dr.], 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3 Shenandoah, IA
CARROLL, Hannah, age 1, 10 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8
CHRISTENSEN, Christena (Mrs.), 19, 7 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 4 Laurel Hill*
CLARK, Sarah A. (Mrs.), age 75, 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3
CURTIS, Leon, 13 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8
DANIELS, Richard "Uncle Dick", age 73, 2 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3 Bailey Cemetery*
DAVIS, Jess, age 26, 3 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 10 Crete, NE
DOANE, child, age 3 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 5
FRENCH, Elsie Gladys, age 21d, 13 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3 Crescent, IA
FROHARDT, J. D., age 89, 11 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 4 (Dumfries, IA)
HAMMOND, Anna M. (Mrs.), 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8 *
HOBBS, N. R. [Dr.], 11 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 7 (Weeping Water, NE)
HOUGH, Pearl, age 3y 10m, 12 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3 Crescent, IA
HUBBARD, H. F., 2 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2 Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
HUDNALL, Clay, 1 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 1 Moberly, MO
JOHNSON, P. A., age 35y 8m 9d, 10 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8  Forest Lawn
JOHNSON, Peter, 13 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8
MALLERY, Bridget, age 76, 1 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2/Douglas Co.
MATHER, 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8/COT
MATHER, Margaret Ora, inf, 7 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8
MAYNE, Mr., 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3  Lake Manawa, IA?
MONELL, John J., 1 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 7  Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
MORRIS, William Radcliff "Will", 7 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 4   Prospect Hill
MULLERY, (Mrs. B.), age 68, 1 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2/Douglas Co.
NEWELL, Violet (Miss), age 17, 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 5   Oak Hill, Plattsmouth, NE*
PAKRH, James, age 27, 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 4  Bohemian Cem, W "Q" St
PEARSON, E. O., age 21, 1 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2/Douglas Co.
PENTCEL, Louisa (Mrs. August), age 22, 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 3   Walnut Hill, Council Bluffs, IA
PETERSON, Florence, age 7m, 2d, 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8 Holy Sepulchre*
PHELPS, Nettie, 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8  Forest Lawn
RAEDY, Charles, age 25, 7 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 5
ROCHA, Gaelano, age 19, 1 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2/Douglas Co.
RUSH, Sarelda Jane (Mrs.), age 54, 1 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2/Douglas Co.
RUSSELL, Marion (Mrs.), age 82, 11 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 8
SCOTT, D. B., 6 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 7
WILLIAMS, Alexander, age 54, 2 Dec 1902 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2/Douglas Co.
WYCKOFF, Gertrude (Miss), 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2  China?
WYCKOFF, Grace (Miss), 9 Jul 1900 Omaha World Hearld, eve ed, p 2

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1903 April Deaths

Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 10:48:57 EST
From: OmahaMom@aol.com
To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: more indexed obits/death notices--mostly Catholic True Voice paper through 1904
ANDERSON, (Mrs. Andrew); 10 Oct  1903  WH eve p 8/COT
ARNDT, John; 29 Apr 1904 True  Voice p 20, Lexington,  NE
BACKMYER, C. F.; 64; 23 Jul  1900 WH eve p 3, Seneca, KS
BAKULE, Mary; 61; 9 Oct  1903  WH eve p 3/DC
BARRETT, Julia (Mrs.); 2 Sep 1904 True Voice p 21, St Mary's
BARRY, Thomas Jr.; 19 Aug 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
BENADON, Edward J.; 23; 3 Jun 1904 True Voice p  21
BLACK, Mr.; 24 Jul  1900  WH eve p 5, (LeMars, IA)
BLISS, Mary (Mrs.); 4 Mar 1904 True Voice p  22
BOLAND, Patrick; 2 Sep 1904 True Voice p  21
BROWN, Richard Marvin; 4y 6m  21d; 23 Jul  1900  WH eve p 8
BURDISH, Joha; 4 Jan 1901 Omaha Bee p 5, Sacramento, CA
CALAHANE, Patrick; 65; 26 Aug 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
CARTAN, Virginia Nash (Mrs Harry); 15 Apr 1904 True Voice p 22, *
CODY, John; 22 Jul 1904 True Voice p  17
COFFMAN, Weir DeVoto; 3 Jun 1904 True Voice p  22
COGGESHALL, J. S. B.; 60; 16  Dec 1904 True Voice p 20, Council  Bluffs,  IA
CONDON, Agnes Carey (Mrs. Daniel C.); 26; 16 Jul 1900 WH  eve p 8, St Mary's
CONNORS, William; 11 Mar 1904  True Voice p 24, Chicago,  IL
COOPER, Thomas [Dr.]; 26 Jul  1900  WH eve p 2, Kansas  City
CORNELIUS, Will; 3 Jun 1904  True Voice p 23, (Council  Bluffs, IA)
COX, J. C.; abt 29; 15 Jul  1904  True Voice p 22, Lincoln, NE
COX, T. F.; 40; 9 Oct 1903 WH eve p 3, Greenleaf, KS
CRAIGH, George Matthew; 19d; 12 Oct  1903  WH eve p 1/DC
CRAUM, J. A.; 26 Jul  1900  WH eve p 7
CROFT, Catherine (Mrs. John); 18 Nov 1904 True Voice p  21
CROSS, Richard Frances [Capt]; 35; 25 Nov 1904 True Voice  p 17, Atkinson, NE
CUMMINS, Edward P.; 17 Jun  1904 True Voice p 21, Washington, DC
CUNNINGHAM, baby girl; 22 Apr  1904  True Voice p 22, Blair Catholic Cemetery
CUSICK, Mary (Miss); 9 Sep 1904 True Voice p 22, Creston, IA
DAVIS, Annie (Mrs.); 6 May 1904 True Voice p  21
DAXACHER, John [Rev.]; 25 Nov 1904 True Voice p 22, Holy Sepulchre
DELANEY, (Mrs.); 74; 4 Mar 1904 True Voice p 23, LaSalle, IL
DOESCHER, Emma Duerre (Mrs. C. C.); 22; 26 Jul 1900 WH  eve p 5
DONNELLY, (Mrs.); 11 Nov 1904  True Voice p 23, Manchester,  IA
DONNELLY, Catherine (Mrs. William); 93; 4 Mar 1904 True Voice p 21, Friend, NE
DOWLING, (Mrs. A. T.); 3 Jun  1904 True Voice p 23, (Sioux  City, IA)
DRUMMY, Helen; 8m; 18 Mar 1904 True Voice p 2
DUGAN, (Mrs. Samuel); 19 Aug 1904 True Voice p 22
DURCHANEK, Anton; 30 Jul  1900  WH eve p 3, (South  Omaha)
ELBERT, (Mrs. H. G.); 19; 27 Jul  1900  WH eve p 3
EMMONS, Harriet (Mrs.); 14 Oct 1904 True Voice p  21
FABIAN, [Brother, CSC]; 8 Jul 1904 True Voice p 23, Notre Dame
FITZGIBBON, John; 81; 20 May 1904 True Voice p  22
FOGARLY, William; 80; 9 Sep  1904 True Voice p 17, Gretna,  NE
FOLEY, Patrick C.; 13 May 1904 True Voice p 21, St Mary's
FORD, Bridget (Mrs.); 11 Mar 1904 True Voice p 24
FORD, Patrick; 29 Jul 1904 True Voice p 21, St Mary's
FRANKLIN, W. B.; 26 Aug 1904 True Voice p 21, St Mary's
GANNON, Patrick; 24 Jun 1904 True Voice p  21
GARRETSON, Ciddie R.; 35; 12 Oct  1903  WH eve p 1/DC
GEAR, John [Sen.]; 14 Jul  1900 WH eve p 1, Burlington,  IA*
GERNER, Kate V.; 20 May 1904 True Voice p  22
GILBERT, James; 2 Jan  1901 Omaha Bee p 4 (Lodge Notice)
GOLEY, (Mrs.); 85; 19 Aug  1904  True Voice p 22, St Mary's
GREGOR, W. J.; 28 Oct 1904  True Voice p 17, Calvary, Fremont, NE
GRIFFITH, Baby; 24 Jul 1900  WH eve p 3, Council  Bluffs, IA
GROSS, Albert F.; 12 Oct 1903  WH eve p 1, Forest  Lawn
GROW, Albert F.; 12 Oct  1903  WH eve p 1/DC
HALSTEAD, inf; 9 Oct  1903  WH eve p 3, (Council  Bluffs, IA)
HANEY, (Mrs.); 8 Apr 1904  True Voice p 23, Council  Bluffs,  IA
HANLEY, John; 1 Apr 1904 True  Voice p 20, Lincoln,  NE
HANNIGAN, inf; 22 Jul 1904  True Voice p 22, South  Omaha
HART, Peter; 57; 26 Feb 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
HEATH, John; 15 Apr 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
HENGGLER, (Mrs.); 21 Oct 1904  True Voice p 17, Columbus,  NE
HENNINGS, Henry D.; 28 Jul  1900  WH eve p 8, Los  Angeles, CA
HERMES, Edwards H.; 81; 22  Apr 1904 True Voice p 23, (Council  Bluffs, IA)
HINCHEY, Mary (Mrs. Patrick); 22 Jul 1904 True Voice p 21, St Mary's
HOBBIEK,; 4 Jan 1901 Omaha Bee p 5, Laurel  Hill
HOWARD, John; 15 Apr 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
HUGHES, Mary (Mrs. Marlen);  10 Jun 1904 True Voice p 23, Council  Bluffs,  IA
IRVIN, Burt; 21y 4m; 30 Jul  1900 WH eve p 8, Forest Lawn
JACQUES, (Mrs. Joseph); 25  Mar 1904 True Voice p 23, Lexington,  NE
JOHNSON, "Andy"; 58; 12 Oct  1903 WH eve p 2, Ashland, NE
JOHNSON, Charles L.; 36y 8m; 17 Jul 1900 WH eve p 8, Red Oak, IA
JORDAN, (Mrs.); 26 Aug 1904  True Voice p 22, Chicago, IL
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Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 10:50:39 EST
From: OmahaMom@aol.com
To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: more indexed obits, mostly Catholic True Voice through 1904

GEGHAN, Mary (Mrs. John); 63; 29 Jul 1904 True Voice p 22, Beloit, WI
KELLY, Clara Philomena; 8m  24d; 20 Jul  1900  WH eve p 8, St Mary's
KEYSER, Enos; 72; 29 Jul 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
KRAAK, Clarence; 20 Jul  1900  WH eve p 3/COT,(Council  Bluffs, IA)
KYNE, Thomas J.; 29 Apr 1904  True Voice p 22, Denver,  CO
LANE, John; 40; 29 Apr 1904 True Voice p 22, St Mary's
LANGE, Fred W.; 42; 2 Sep  1904 True Voice p 22, Fremont, NE
LaRUE, William; 67; 14 Oct  1902  WH eve p 1/DC
MacKENZIE, David; 19; 12 Oct  1903  WH eve p 1/DC
MADSEN, Hans J.; 4 Jan  1901 Omaha Bee p  5
MAHONEY, Clarence B.; 4m; 3 Jan  1901 Omaha Bee p 12
MAKORSOW, George; 18; 18 Mar  1904 True Voice p 22, Geneva, NE
MALONEY, Margaret (Mrs.); 79;  7 Oct 1904 True Voice p 23, Council Bluffs,  IA
MARNELL, Reow; 15y 9m 21d; 25 Jul  1900  WH eve p 8, Prospect Hill
MARTIN, (Mrs. John); 7 Oct 1904 True Voice p 17, Grafton, NE
MARTIN, John P.; 7 Oct 1904 True Voice p 17, Grafton, NE
McCANN, Peter; 73; 25 Mar 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
McCARTHY, Timothy E.; 44;  23 Jul 1900 WH eve p 8, Holy Sepulchre
McCORMICK, Bridget (Miss); 30  Dec 1904 True Voice p 17, Forest City, NE
McDERMOTT, P. O.; 29 Apr 1904 True Voice p  23
McGOVERN, Edward; 6 May 1904 True Voice p 21, St Mary's
McGRATH, Martin J.; 16 Sep 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
McINTOSH, Donald; 77; 30 Dec  1904  True Voice p 22, St. Mary's
McKENNA, Morgan; 18 Jul 1900 WH eve p 5, Oskaloosa, IA
McKENNA, Walter; 3 Jun 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
McLEANEY, Michael; 18 Mar 1904 True Voice p  21
McMANUS, Maggie (Miss); 8 Jul  1904 True Voice p 17, Greeley, NE
McNELLIS, Anna (Mrs.); 4 Mar  1904 True Voice p 22, Lincoln,  NE
McROBERTS, Will; 8 Apr  1904  True Voice p 22, Lincoln, NE
McWATERS, Thoms; 26 Feb 1904  True Voice p 23, Mount Calvary, Sioux  City, IA
MELCHER, Johanna (Mrs.); 3 Jun 1904 True Voice p  22
MORAN, John; 18 Mar 1904 True Voice p 22, Wisner, NE
MORRISY, (Mrs. J. A.); 24 Jun  1904  True Voice p 17, Columbus, NE
MULICK,Ellen (Mrs. Edward); 2 Dec 1904 True Voice p  21, Holy Sepulchre
MURPHY, Frank; 16 Dec 1904 True Voice p  21
MURPHY, John A.; 36; 17 Jul 1900 WH eve p 8, Holy Sepulchre COT: 19 Jul p 8
MURPHY, Patrick; 30 Dec 1904 True Voice p 17, Ashbury, IA
MURRAY, (Mrs. J. E.); 14 Oct  1904 True Voice p 22, Cedar  Rapids,  IA
NASH, Edward W.; 19 Aug 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
NELSON, John; 12 Oct  1903  WH eve p 1
NEWSTROM, Eddie; 20y 1m 6d; 14 Jul  1900  WH eve p 8, Prospect Hill
NOLAN, Charles; 8 Apr 1904  True Voice p 23, (Council  Bluffs, IA)
O'BRIEN, Mary (Miss); 28 Oct  1904 True Voice p 23, Mount Calvary, Sioux  City, IA
O'CONNOR, (Mrs. Richard); 21 Oct 1904 True Voice p  21, Holy Sepulchre
O'CONNOR, child; 28 Jul 1900  WH eve p 3, Catholic Cem, Council  Bluffs, IA
O'CONNOR, Richard; 2 Sep 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
O'GRADY, Philomend Gertrude; 6y l8?m; 25 Jul 1900 WH eve  p 8, Holy Sepulchre
KANE, Victor B.; 16 Jul 1900 WH eve p 1, Holy Sepulchre*
O'NEILL, (Mrs. Michael); 11  Mar 1904 True Voice p 24, Sioux  City,  IA
O'NEILL, George; 4 Mar 1904 True Voice p  21
O'NEILL, Michael; 26 Feb 1904  True Voice p 23, Denver, CO)
O'HANLAN, inf; 18 Mar 1904 True Voice p  22
O'REILLY, Patrick Elmer; 25;  19 Aug 1904 True Voice p 23, Akron,  IA
OLSEN, Elvira; 33y 2d; 28 Jul  1900 WH eve p 8, Forest  Lawn
PAINE, Mark; 11 Mar 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
PENOYER, William Nason; 10m  2d; 23 Jul  1900  WH eve p 8, PH
PETERSON, Florence; 14  Jul 1900 WH eve p  8/COT
POLANDER, Susan; 80; 6 May 1904 True Voice p  21
POWERS, Nellie (Miss); 18 Nov  1904 True Voice p 21, Council  Bluffs,  IA
RAMALIA, Louis; 20 Sep 1904 True Voice p  21
REED, Mary (Mrs.); 64; 26 Feb 1904 True Voice p 21, Holy Sepulchre
REEDER, Austin; 21 Jul  1900  WH eve p 8/COT
RIEGER, (Mrs. Joseph Sr.);  84; 8 Apr 1904 True Voice p 20, Catholic Cem, Dawson, NE
RONAN, John; 18m; 26 Feb 1904 True Voice p  21
ROSECRANS, H. C.; 80; 4 Mar  1904 True Voice p 2, (Oskaloosa, IA)
ROWE, inf; 16 Sep 1904 True  Voice p 22,(South Omaha)
ROWLEY, Patrick; 15 Apr 1904 True Voice p 23, St Mary's
RYAN, J. Edward; 22; 29 Jul  1904 True Voice p 22, (Lincoln, NE)
RYAN, Patrick; 2 Dec 1904  True Voice p 20 (x2), St Mary's, Dawson, NE 
SCAHILL, Mollie (Miss); 9 Sep  1904 True Voice p 22,(Council  Bluffs, IA)
SCHLICK, E.; 14 Jul  1900  WH eve p 8/COT, (GAR)
SESSMAN, Albert; 21; 10 Oct 1903 WH eve p  8
SHANNON, Barney "Connie"; 26 Feb 1904 True Voice p  21
SHEELER, John B.; 82; 26 Jul  1900 WH eve p 8, Forest  Lawn*
SHERIDAN, John H.; 74; 9 Oct  1903  WH eve p 3/DC
SIEGEL, Auguste; 45; 9 Oct  1903  WH eve p 3/DC
SIMEON, [Father]; 22 Jul 1904  True Voice p 17, Switzerland
SMITH, Florence Katherine; 22 Apr 1904 True  Voice p 23, (Council  Bluffs, IA)
St. FELIX, Henry; 78; 26 Aug 1904 True Voice p  21
THOMAS, J. E.; 31 Jul  1900  WH eve p 5
THOMPSON, Nellie (Miss); 12  Aug 1904 True Voice p 17, Bloomington,  NE
TRMANN, Fred; 25; 28 Jul 1900  WH eve p 8, Rock  Island,  IL
VAMPOLA, S.; 60;  9 Oct 1903 WH eve p  3/DC
WHITE, Emma P. (Mrs.); 11 Mar 1904 True Voice p 24
WHITTLESEY, A. T.; 66y 6m 8d; 28 Jul  1900  WH eve p 3, (Council  Bluffs, IA)
WILSON, (Mrs. W. R.); 14 Oct  1903  WH eve p 1/DC
From: OmahaMom@aol.com
Date: Fri Nov 5, 2004  5:08:58  AM US/Central
To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: Some obits with cemeteries where known

ANKENY, H. A.: 13 Apr  1903  WH eve p 2
BOHN, John; 18 Apr  1903  WH eve p 1
CARMODY, Charles H. [Lt.];  58; 11 Apr  1903  WH eve p 8 (x2) Forest Lawn*
GUSTAVE, _____; 80; 14 Apr  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
HENNESSY, John; 43; 13 Apr  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
HIGLEY, Mary E. (Mrs. Henry H.); 14 Apr 1903 WH eve p 3 Blair, NE
JOHNSON, James P.; James P.; 80; 13 Apr 1903 WH eve p 8
JOHNSON, W. D.; 18 Apr  1903  WH eve p 1
KNIGHT, (Mrs.); 15 Apr  1903  WH eve p 1
LINCES, Elsie E.; 1; 13 Apr  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
MAGOW, Christine C.; 70; 14 Apr  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
MARTIN, Angeline (Mrs. H. L.); 14 Apr 1903 WH eve p  9 Waverly, NE
McGINNIS, William J.; 60; 15 Apr 1903 WH eve p 16
OORKERS, Nellie (Miss); 33; 13 Apr  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
ORDIS, Bessie H.; 19; 11 Apr 1903 WH eve p 3 Hardin Twp Cemetery, Pottawatomie co, IA
PIERCE, Isabel M. (Mrs. [Maj. C. W.); 14 Apr  1903  WH eve p 9 (x2) Waverly, NE
REESE, Miranda C. (Mrs.); 15 Apr 1903 WH eve p 12 Lincoln,  NE
STIBBINS, Jennie (Miss); 60; 14 Apr  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
STONER, Baby; 13 Apr 1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
SVANSON, Gustaf; 80; 13 Apr 1903 WH eve p  8
WALLON, Paul; 1; 13 Apr 1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
WEST, Merrian; 61; 13 Apr 1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
WILLIAMS, John A.; 14y 7m; 11 Apr 1903 WH eve p 3 Hazel Dell Cem, Pottawatomie co, IA

1903 October Deaths

From: OmahaMom@aol.com
Date: Thu Nov 4, 2004  3:28:33  PM US/Central
To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: some obits with cemeteries where known

ARNOLD, Randall; 55; 25 Oct  1903 WH eve p 7 (Creston, IA)
BLOSS, Bertha (Miss); 23; 25 Oct 1903 WH eve p  3
BURKE, Earl; 12; 25 Oct 1903 WH eve p  3
CARLSON, Walter Robert; 8y 7m; 27 Oct 1903 WH eve p  8 Mount Hope*
CLARK, (Mrs. George); 27 Oct  1903  WH eve p? Laurel Hill*
CUDD, Rudolph; 3; 27 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
CULIANE, (Mrs. William); 25 Oct 1903 WH eve p 5 Plattsmouth, NE
ELLINGTON, Mary Depp; 19; 28 Nov  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
HASS, Elizabeth O. (Mrs.);  56; 25 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
HASS, Elizabeth V. (Mrs.  David S.); 24 Oct  1903  WH eve p 8 Prospect Hill
HOWARD, George W.; 24 Oct 1903 WH eve p  7 Shenandoah, IA
JOHNSON, Olga Teres; 12y; 25  Oct 1903 WH eve p 8 Forest Lawn*
KAHNER, Herman; 28 Nov  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
LORENZEN, Henning; 82y 5m  14d; 27 Oct  1903  WH eve p 7 *
MANNING, Mary (Mrs.); 76; 27 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
MATTERN, Phillip; 53; 27 Oct 1903 WH eve p 8 German Catholic
ODEGARD, Andrew; 28; 25 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
PETERSON, Elizabeth (Mrs.);  38; 25 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
PLASTERS, Davidson; 76; 24  Oct 1903 WH eve p 11 Walnut Grove, Brownville, NE
PLATT, Gales; 71; 27 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
RAHLMER, Henry; 1; 27 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
RICKLY, (Mrs. Charles E.); 27 Oct  1903  WH eve p 1
RYNES, James; 42; 25 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
SIMERAL, James Montgomery [Maj.]; 80; 27 Oct 1903 WH eve  p 8 *
STEWARD, Edgar W.; 30; 25 Oct  1903  WH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
WELLS, Harriet L. (Miss); 24 Oct 1903 WH eve p 8 Glidden, IA*
YULE, Sherman A.; 24 Oct 1903  WH eve p 8 Forest Lawn*

October 1918 DEATH NOTICES
transcribed by Jeanne Rytych

MASONIC FUNURAL – NEBRASKA LODGE NO 1, A.F. & A.M. The funeral services of our late brother, Robert D.R. Weigel, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, October 17, at Cole McKay’s chapel, Twenty-sixth and Farnam streets. Masonic service at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Open air service. Master Masons will assemble at Masonic Temple at 1:30 p.m. CHARLES H MARLEY, Worshipful Master. FRANK WILCOX, Secretary. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
CHRISTENSEN – Ida B, died at local hospital Oct 15, 1918 age 42 years. Mrs. George F. Christensen is survived by her husband, George F. Christensen; two sons, Charles and Vernon; four daughters, Florence, Frances, Vera, and Edith Christensen, all of Omaha; one sister, Mrs. E.R. Benson of Portland, Oregon. Private funeral from Crosby chapel, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1918 at 10: 30 a.m. Interment: Springwell cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
MILLER – Louise, a daughter of Charles E. A. Johnson, superintendent Union depot postal station, died Monday, October 14, at Fremont, Neb. Funeral services will be held at Hulse & Reysen chapel, 701 South Sixteenth street, Thursday morning at 10 o’clock. Interment: Forest Lawn cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
MAGUINESS – Clarence B., aged 30 years, at his residence 2772 California Street. He is survived by his father and mother and sister, Jessie, of the home; two brothers, Jno. P. of Denver and Frank of Co. Bluffs, and a sister, Mrs. Jas. B. McDonald of Maurice, Ia. Funeral notice later. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
BOOTH – Minnie D., October 14, 1918, at Savannah, Mo., of heart failure, aged 39 years. Funeral from Brailey & Dorrance chapel, Nineteenth and Cuming streets, Thursday October 16 [sic], at 2 o’clock. Eastern Star open air service will be held at Mt. Hope cemetery at 2:30 p.m. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
WARREN – Mrs Josephine, age 46 years. Funeral Thursday morning, October 17, at 10 o’clock from Heafey & Heafey chapel, Twenty-sixth and Farnam. Burial Holy Sepulcher cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
SCHROEDER – Herman, age 40 years, St. Joseph hospital. Remains at Heafey & Heafey undertaking parlors, awaiting the arrival of relatives. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
BOCH – Joseph, age 24 years. The remains will be shipped from the Heafey & Heafey chapel, Thursday, October 17, at 4 p.m. to Grand Island, Neb., where services and burial will take place. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
COULTON – Miss Margaret, aged 24 years. Survived by her mother; three brothers, John, David and James. In service of hospital corps and balloon school. Burial will take place Friday at her former home, Marshalltown, Ia. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
KREGIN – Charles, aged 35 years. Survived by his wife, mother, and two brothers. Funeral from John A. Gentleman’s mortuary, Thursday afternoon, 2 p.m. Interment: Holy Sepulcher cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
COWMAN – Merrell, at Camp Grant, October 14, 1918, aged 25 years. Funeral, Thursday, October 17, at 10 o’clock from Brailey & Dorrance chapel. Services at Forest Lawn cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Oct 1918, Thurs.; Page 11)
June 5, 1937 Deaths
transcribed by Jeanne Rytych
BOLEN – Ivan C. jr., age 1 year 10 months, June 1, at Indianapolis, Ind. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Bolen, Sr.; 2 sisters, Shirley and Marylan. Indianapolis, Ind. Funeral services Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the N.P. Swanson Chapel, 17th and Cuming St.. Interment: Flower Hill cemetery, Bennington, Neb. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
GRINNELL – Jeremiah A: Age 79?years. Funeral: Saturday, 2 p.m. Brewer-Korisko Chapel, 24th and K St. Rev. Bryant Howe officiating. Interment: Graceland Park Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
HALD – Roy, 1906 Chicago age 38 years. Survived by wife, Elsie; 5 daughters, Lucille, Virginia, Lois, Marilyn, Elaine, 2 sons, Earl and Jackie, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hald, 7 brothers, Clarence, Clayton, Lester, Vernon, Harvey, and Sylvester, all of Omaha, Alfred of San Diego, Cal. Funeral services: Monday at the Hoffmann Mortuary chapel, 2 p.m. Interment: Hillcrest. (Personal Note for LeRoy Hald: Was killed 3 Jun 1937 when a tire he was inflating exploded; died of a skull fracture; worked for the City Street Department, WPA laborer) (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
HANSEN – Mads? A., age 69 years. Funeral: Saturday, 2 p.m. from Heafey & Heafey Farnam St. Home. Interment: Forest Lawn Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
JACOBSEN – Rodney, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Jacobsen. Funeral: from Fitch & McEachton Mortuary Saturday, at 2 p.m. Interment: Hillcrest. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
LANG – Charles B., age 58? years Funeral: Saturday, 3:30 p.m. Brewer-Korisko Chapel, 24th and K St., Rev. W. H. Dickenson officiating. Interment: Graceland Park Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
PAYNE – George H., age 73 years, died June. 2. Mr. Payne is survived by his wife; brothers, Henry of Omaha; Fred E. of Anaheim, Cal., Walter of Chippewa, Wis. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 o’clock at First Central Congregational church. Interment: Forest Lawn cemetery, will be private. Inquiries may be addressed to the Burket Chapel, HA 0900. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
RAPP – Louise B. 5102 Jackson St., Entered into rest at a local hospital Thursday evening at the age of 49 years. She is survived by her husband Dr. Frank W. Rapp; and brother, Charles Mackeven of Council Bluffs, Ia., and a sister, Emma Reinke of Belon?, Wis. Funeral services: Saturday 2 p.m. at the Huise & Riepen home for funerals. Interment: Walnut Hill cemetery. Council Bluffs, Ia. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
ROEDEFER – Mrs. Helen, June 3, 1937, age 65 years. Survived by her husband, Frank B., Omaha; 2 brothers, M. L. and Herman Reuter, Chicago, Ill. Funeral services from Brailey and Dorance chapel Saturday, June 5, at 2 p.m. Interment: Forest Lawn. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)
RUPP – Gottfried, 3122 S 13th St., age 75 years. Survived by 1 son, F. N.; 5 daughter, Mrs. Mary Morris, Mrs. P. Carroll, Omaha; Mrs. George Shouse, Loiuston, Mo., Mrs Anna Beberniss, Leavenworth, Kans.; Mrs. J. Garman, Chicago; 18 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren. Services at Croshy-Carlson-Meyer mortuary 2 p.m. Saturday. Interment: Forest Lawn. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Neb; 5 Jun 1937; Saturday)

1969 partial

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From: OmahaMom@aol.com
Subject: burials 1969 Omaha World Herald--
Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005
ALLIBAND, Stella (Mrs.); 78; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Atlantic, IA?
AMAN, Frank B. (w/Anste); 80; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Hillcrest
ANDERSON, Anna Irene Lucas Hall; 87; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Forest Lawn**
ANDERSON, Peter A.; 88; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 West Lawn
ANDERSON, Wilmer M. “Bud” (w/Mary); 55; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Hastings, NE*
ANDREWS, Julia (Mrs.); 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 *
ARMSTRONG, Fred M (w/Martha); 84; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Oak Hill, Plattsmouth, NE*
BOWERS, Robert F.; 91; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 LH
BRODERICK, Vira L. (Mrs. Eugene); 65; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 St Mary's**
BUEBERGER, Edward D.; 70; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Hillcrest Memorial Park
BURHANS, Eugene H.; 65; 28 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 11-D Hillcrest Memorial Park**
BURKE, Nelle S.; 70; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Calvary*
BUTLER, Eva (Mrs.); 68; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Prospect Hill, Elkhorn, NE*
BUZZELLO, A. James (James J. Murohv); 62; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Calvary*
CANIGLIA, Virginia (Mrs. Yano); 50; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Holy Sepulchre*
CHENOWETH, Frank P.; 86; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Graceland Park*
CLARK, Josephine G. (Mrs. Josh F.); 54; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Calvary
CLARK, Theresa (Mrs. Don J.); 66; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Holy Sepulchre**
COE, Nellie M. (Mrs. Ellsworth); 78; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Hillcrest*
COMSTOCK, Angeline; 53; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Macy, NE Cem*
CONNOR, Emma (Mrs.); 93; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Holy Sepulchre**
COOPER, Mary E.; 92; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 St Mary's *
DALY, Gertrude A.; 76; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Hillcrest
DONAHEY, Orpha K.; 84; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Forest Lawn
DOYLE, Laura Belle; 77; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20
DRAGOO, Mark A.; 71; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Wyuka Cem, Nebraska City, NE
ECKER, Edith G. (Mrs. Michael G.); 70; 29 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 26 Calvary*
EDENS, Rudolph H.; 81; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Manhattan, KS*
EDGAR, Park L.; 82; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 West Lawn*
ENGLISH, Pearl (Mrs.); 71; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Evergreen**
EPSTEIN, Sadie “Sonia” R. (Mrs. David); 77; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Golden Hill
ETTER, Theresa K.; 88; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 St Mary Magdalene
EVANS, (Mrs. Kenneth); 73; 26 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 36 Emerson, IA Cem
EVANS, Jane E. “Jennie” (Mrs. John); 83; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Memorial Park Cem, Council Bluffs, IA
FERGUS, Helen Curtis (Mrs. Claude L.); 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Green Oak Cem, Baton Rouge, LA
FERRIS, Clifford A.; 57; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Columbus, NE
FOSTER, Gerald; 49; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20
FUCCIO, Mariana (Mrs. Samuel); 70; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24
GARTNER, Frank P.; 68; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Calvary*
GRANT, Boise F. (w/Agnes); 78; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Springwell*
GRICE, Helen; 81; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Oak Hill, Plattsmouth, NE*
HARTMANN, Melvin W. (w/Elaine M.); 44; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Pleasant Hill**
HILEMAN, W. Allen (w/Hazel); 75; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 LaBorde, Gretna, NE
HOLLANDER, Henry P.; 77; 28 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 11-D Mount Hope*
HUGHES, Harold D. “Hud” (w/Viola); 70; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Memorial Park Cem*
HUNT, Lilly E.; 71; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Forest Lawn
HURT, Daniel C.; 45; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Hardin twp Cem, Pottawatomie co, IA
IWERSON, Catherine (Mrs. [Dr.] John); 91; 26 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 36 Calvary**
JAMISON, Leo E. “Bill” (w/Elsie D.); 51; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Hillcrest Memorial Park
JENKINS, Ellis (w/Elizabeth); 28 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 11-D Mount Hope
JENNUM, Joseph E.; 53; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Hillcrest Memorial Park*
JENSEN, Merecedes (Mrs. Vernon); 43; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Hillcrest**
JIMERSON, Delbert L.; 54; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Graceland Park
JOHNSON, Cecelia (Mrs.); 81; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 St Joseph’s, Council Bluffs, IA**
JOHNSON, Elmer (w/Elaine); 73; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Holy Sepulchre**
JONES, Nelle I. (Mrs.); 77; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Evergreen*
KARNISH, Balkbena “Bena” (Mrs. Ladislaus); 75; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Saint John's
KASTRUP, Svend; 71; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Laurel Cem, Laurel, NE
KELLER, Terry; 17; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Graceland Park*
KING, Wilbur L. (w/Peal); 38; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Forest Lawn*
KLABUNDE, Lois M. (Mrs. Arthur); 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Hillcrest*
KUNASEK, Rose (Mrs. Stephen); 60; 29 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 26 St Mary's*
KRUGER, Beatrice (Mrs. Paul); 68; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Fort Calhoun, NE
KRUPA, Louis J.; 74; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Saint John's
LORKOVIC, Nicholas M. Sr.; 70; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 St Mary's
LUPKER, John F. (Alvira); 92; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Fremont, NE
LORSCH, Martha; 80; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Fort Calhoun, NE*
LUSH, Beulah B.; 92; 26 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 36 Hillcrest*
MARSHALL, George; 56; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Mount Hope
MATULA, Bernice Siedik (Mrs. Adam); 75; 28 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 11-D Saint John's*
McCAIN, Robert W. “Bob” (w/Helen); 55; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Hillcrest Memorial Park
McFADDEN, Harry W. [Dr]; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Greenwood Cem, Greenwood, NE
McKIM, Edward D. (w/Mary); 74; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Calvary**
McINTOSH, Lloyd W.; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Evergreen*
McMAHON, C. E. (w/Betty); 46; 29 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 26 West Lawn*
MEACHAM, Donna (Mrs. Elmer); 58; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 St Mary Magdalene**
MEDLEY, Dionne Rene; 3d d/Robert; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Forest Lawn
MILLER, Harry A. (w/Katherine); 81; 28 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 11-D West Lawn**
MINTHORN, Martin L. [Dr] (w/Bernice); 74; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 (x2) Lincoln, NE
NANCE, Virgil E. (w/Mary); 71; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Hillcrest Memorial Park
NELLEN, Keith (w/Laura); 63; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Malvern, IA
NEPINSKY, Walter J.; 59; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Bohemian National
NICHOLSON, George; 85; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Fairview, Papillion, NE***
NIELSEN, Otto; 76; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Springfield, NE
NORDSTROM, Emma (Mrs.); 77; 28 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Hillcrest Memorial Park*
ODEN, Bertha M.; 85; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Walnut Hill, Council Bluffs, IA
PETERS, James C. (w/Nellie); 81; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22
PETERSEN, Christine (Mrs.); 82; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22
PETERSEN, Fred M.; 63; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Holst Lawn, Yutan, NE**
PETERSON, Thomas R.; 63; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Hillcrest*
PICKENS, Harry L.; 80; 26 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 36 Glenwood, IA**
PIERCE, Elsie; 80; 28 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 11-3 Lawton Cem, Lawton, MI*
PORTER, Mayme (Mrs. George); 78; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Forest Lawn
ROBINSON, Rosa R.; 80; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Cedar Lawn, Council Bluffs, IA
SACK, John (w/Elizabeth R.); 82; 26 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 36 Forest Lawn
SACK, John (w/Elizabeth); 82; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Forest Lawn
SETTLES, Malinda (Mrs. Thomas); 72; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 Fremont, NE
SHOFF, Mary Belle; 89; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Grafton, NE Cem
SHULLER, Vincent; 80; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Mount Hope*
SMITH, Christopher Dawes; inf s/Thomas; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Calvary
SMITH, Mary; 74; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Mount Hope
SORENSON, Elinore (Mrs. John P.); 42; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Forest Lawn
STAROSKA, Stanley J.; 52; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Saint John's
STEFFEN, Antonelle [Sis OSF]; 39; 31 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 24 Constance, NE
STEPP, John W. “Jack” (w/Frances); 80; 26 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 36 Calvary
STESSMAN, Donna (Mrs. Leo); 24; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Earling, IA*
STRAWN, Anna (Mrs.); 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Forest Lawn*
SUMMERS, Clara B.; 89; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Forest Lawn*
SUSMAN, Sam (w/Mary); 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Golden Hill
SWAIN, James L. [Sgt 1C]; 28; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Superior, NE Cemetery
THIESSEN, Henrietta B. (Mrs. Oscar); 59; 29 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 26 Forest Lawn
TOWNSEND, Janie; 90; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Forest Lawn
TRAMONTE, Mary (Mrs. John): 69; 26 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 36 St Joseph’s, Council Bluffs, IA
TRAMONTE, Mary (Mrs. John); 69; 25 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 94 St Joseph, Council Bluffs, IA
TUNISON, (Mrs. Otis W.); 83; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Pawnee City Cem, Pawnee, NE*
WAGNER, Elsie “Lizzie” B.; 87; 24 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 20 Graceland Park
WANCEWICZ (Vance), Adolph (w/Helen); 75; 29 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 26 Saint John's**
WATSON, Joe Willie; 80; 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Oakland, TN
WHITESIDE, Joseph; 68; 27 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22
Glenwood, IA**WINTERLING, Lauwrence K. (w/Dagmar); 30 Dec 1969 OWH morn p 22 Forest Lawn

2003-2004 indexed obits from
World Herald & True Voice (Catholic newspaper)

AABEL, Ludwicka (Mrs.); 55; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
ADAMS, George H.; 13; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
BARRETT, William; 11 Dec 1903 True Voice p 7 St Mary's
BENJAMIN, Sarah M.; 90; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
BENNETT, S. F.; 21 Aug 1903 True Voice p 11
BLOOMER, Mary A.; 67; 15 Oct 1903 WH eve p 8
BURKE, Patrick; 20 Nov 1903 True Voice p 14 Whiteside co, IL
CAREW, Thomas; 45; 29 Jan 1904 True Voice p 21 Holy Sepulchre
CAREY, John; 20 Nov 1903 True Voice p 14 Fremont, NE
CARLEN, Walter; 30; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 10
CARLIN, Walter; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 7 North Platte, NE
CARROLL, Thomas; 7 Nov 1903 True Voice p 9 St Mary's
COAD, Mayme Hughes (Mrs. J. F); 23 Oct 1903 True Voice p 9 Calvary, Council Bluffs, IA*
COOK, A. P.; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 9 Grinnell, IA
COSGROVE, John; 8 Jan 1904 True Voice p 21 Holy Sepulchre
COTTER, Garrett; 19 Feb 1904 True Voice p 21 Holy Sepulchre
FOSTER, inf; 19 Feb 1904 True Voice p 22
CRAWFORD, John W.; 55; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
CREE, Ella (Mrs. Judson); 13 Nov 1903 True Voice p 7
CUSICK, James P.; 30 Oct 1903 True Voice p 7
DAVIS, C. E.; 4 Dec 1903 True Voice p 3 Beatrice, NE
DEUSEN, Arnold; 40; 15 Oct 1903 WH eve p 7 Mount Hope
DINAN, (Mrs.); 24 Dec 1903 True Voice p 7 Holy Sepulchre
DINAN, James; 28 Aug 1903 True Voice p 10
DONOVAN, (Miss); 4 Dec 1903 True Voice p 14 Iowa City, IA
DONOVAN, (Mrs. Andrew); 27 Nov 1903 True Voice p 9 Palmyra, NE
DORSEY, Michael; 27 Nov 1903 True Voice p 7
GALLIGAN, Margaret (Mrs.); 13 Nov 1903 True Voice p 7
GENTLEMAN, Robert; 4 Dec 1903 True Voice p 7 Holy Sepulchre
GOLDEN, Martin; 13 Nov 1903 True Voice p 9 Schuyler, NE
HANNAHER, Frances; 12; 4 Sep 1903 True Voice p 11 (x2)
HAYTON, Susan (Mrs.); 27 Nov 1903 True Voice p 10 Lincoln, NE
HELAN, Mary Rose [Sister]; 17 Jul 1903 True Voice p 8 Holy Sepulchre
HOGG, (Mrs. Ben); 29 Jan 1904 True Voice p 22 HOLLEY, Marchie; 47; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
HUGHES, Mrs.; 31 Jul 1903 True Voice p 11
HULTMAN, Frank A.; 74; 15 Oct 1903 WH eve p 7 & 8
HYATT, John; 73; 8 Jan 1904 True Voice p 21 Holy Sepulchre
JOHNSON, child; 17m; 11 Sep 1903 True Voice p 9 Nebraska City, NE
JOHNSON, William; 11 Sep 1903 True Voice p 13 Vinton, NE
KAVENY, Philip; 19 Feb 1904 True Voice p 22 St. Peters’, Fullerton, NE
KEEP, Jeff; 4 Sep 1903 True Voice p 11
KENNEDY, (Mrs. Matthew); 58; 8 Jan 1904 True Voice p 22 Fremont, NE
KILPATRICK, John D.; 27; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 11 (Beatrice NE, or NY)
KLINE, Phil; 7 Nov 1903 True Voice p 7
KNG, John; inf; 14 Aug 1903 True Voice p 11 Holy Sepulchre
KORINEK, Mary (Mrs.); 24 Dec 1903 True Voice p 9 St Mary's
KOZAWA, John; 8; 29 Jan 1904 True Voice p 23 Columbus, NE
KVACEK, John; 29 Jan 1904 True Voice p 22
LaRUE; 67; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
LAWLESS, William G.; 28 Aug 1903 True Voice p 11 Walnut, IA
LEE, Agnes (Miss); 25; 8 Jan 1904 True Voice p 22 Calvary
LENEAGH, James; 11; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 10
LENHART, David A.; 76; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
LENIHAN, Thomas; 73; 14 Aug 1903 True Voice p 11 St Mary's
LINAHAN, Kate (Miss); 20 Nov 1903 True Voice p 7 Holy Sepulchre
LONERGAN, Jessie (Miss); 4 Dec 1903 True Voice p 7
LOWRY, Thomas; 90; 8 Jan 1904 True Voice p 21
LYSAGHT, A. P. [Rev.]; 28 Aug 1903 True Voice p 10 (Jackson, NE)
LYSAGHT, P. A. [Rev.]; 4 Sep 1903 True Voice p 7 (Jackson, NE)
MAGUIRE, Francis J. “Frank”; 11 Sep 1903 True Voice p 7 O’Connor, NE
MALOLEPAZY, John; 11; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 10
MALOLEPAZY, Mieceslas; 3; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 10
McENTEE, Catherine Fitzgerald (Mrs.); 13 Nov 1903 True Voice p 14 Plattsmouth, NE
McNAMARA, Patrick; 63; 12 Feb 1904 True Voice p 21 Vail, IA
FAHEY, (Mrs. Michael); 12 Feb 1904 True Voice p 22
MINELLI, Rosa; 7; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 10
NELSON, John; 46; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
NICOLS, Laurentia [Sister]; 17 Jul 1903 True Voice p 8
NOLAN, Charles; 54; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 10 (Council Bluffs, IA)
O’CONNELL, (Mrs. Michael); 12 Feb 1904 True Voice p 22 Dawson, NE
O’MEARA, Charles F.; 18; 14 Aug 1903 True Voice p 11 St Mary's
O’RILEY, Ellen (Mrs.); 11 Dec 1903 True Voice p 9 St Mary's
POTTER, Benjamin T.; 4 Dec 1903 True Voice p 3 (Norfolk, NE)
RAUSCH, Augustus [Rev.]; 5 Feb 1904 True Voice p 21 Campbell, NE
REMILLARD, Ernest; 10; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 10
RICHARDSON, J. F.; 45; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
RIORDAN, Emmet; 29 Jan 1904 True Voice p 21 Creston, IA
ROBBINS, Hannah (Mrs. Frank D.); 54; 14 Oct 1903 WH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre
ROCCO, Maria Rosa (Mrs. Veto); 79; 15 Jan 1904 True Voice p 21 Holy Sepulchre
LANGDON, Catherine (Mrs.); 84; 15 Jan 1904 True Voice p 21
RYAN, Mathew; 65; 11 Dec 1903 True Voice p 9
SASSTROM, Lena (Mrs. Frank); 53y 8m 3d; 15 Oct 1903 WH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
SHANAHAN, (Mrs. John); 5 Feb 1904 True Voice p 21 St Mary's
SHERIDAN, John; 16 Oct 1903 True Voice p 7
STREETER, G. D.; 2 Oct 1903 True Voice p 15 Crete, NE
TEITGE, Frederick; 5 Feb 1904 True Voice p 21 Calvary Cem., Fremont, NE
TEX, Jacob; 70; 24 Jul 1903 True Voice p 6
TRAIN, George Francis; 22 Jan 1904 True Voice p 1
WALBAUM, Albert [Rev.]; 31 Jul 1903 True Voice p 10
WHARTON, William; 45; 25 Sep 1903 True Voice p 10
WHITE Mary Walbarga [Mother]; 8 Jan 1904 True Voice p 22 (Lincoln, NE)
WOODWARD, Anna (Mrs.); 24 Dec 1903 True Voice p 9
ZEALAND, Joseph [Rev.]; 19 Feb 1904 True Voice p 21 St. Louis, MO
ZEIGLER, Ester M.; 10m; 16 Oct 1903 WH eve p 2/DC
Source: NEDOUGLA-L Karen, indexed obits from World Herald & True Voice (Catholic newspaper), Thu, 11 Nov 2004 09:09:27
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1907 February Deaths

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Subject: Some Feb 1907 obit/death notices from Omaha World Herald
Date: Mon, 12 May 2003
AMY, Royal D.; 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 3 Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
ANDERSEN, Peter; 50; 5 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5
ANDERSON, (Mrs. August); 88; 5 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5 (Fremont, NE)
ANDERSON, August; 78; 5 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5 (Fremont, NE)
ANDERSON, Peter; 8 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 3 & 10 Prospect Hill
ARMBURST, William/ 22/23; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8 Evergreen
ASCHE, Amanda (Mrs.); 8 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 3
BOCHE, Carl; 79; 5 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5 (Norfolk, NE)
BOWES, Thomas; 17; 5 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9 Holy Sepulchre
BOWES, Thomas; 19; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
BRADY, James; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9
BURCHMORE, Arthur T.; 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8 Prospect Hill
CHRISTOPHERSON, (Mrs. Chris); 40; 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6
CLAUSEN, Peter; 74; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9
COLE, Selina Kelly; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 1 (Ireland)
COSGROVE, Mary P.; 9m; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 15/Douglas Co.
CREIGHTON, John A. [Count]; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 1 Holy Sepulchre**
DAVIS, E. B.; 53; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
DEMPSEY, Joseph; 12; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
DEMPSEY, Joseph; 5 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9 St Mary's
EICELEY, Mary J.; 45; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
ELLERBROCK, John; 27; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 15/Douglas Co.
FARRELL, Daniel A.; 4 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 3
GILCHRIST, Alexander [Rev. D.D.]; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 7
GORMAN, Mary (Mrs.); 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9
GRAPENGISER, Willie; 17; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 1 Laurel Hill/COT Feb 5 p 10)
HACKLER, Eva (Mrs.); 60; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5 (Beatrice, NE)
HAMILTON, Josie (Mrs.); 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
HAZARD, Calvin; 35; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 1
HEATH, (Mrs. John); 55; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
HOLT, (Mr.); 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 2 Laurel Hill
HOLT, (Mrs.); 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 2 Laurel Hill
HUBERMANN, Eleanor; 62; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8
HUBERMANN, Eleanor; 8 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 10 Prospect Hill*
HUNGATE, Charles; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 4 **
IVERSON, Iver; 4 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 3 Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
KENDIS, Evelyn; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8/COT
KERKOW, (Mrs. John); 5 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9 (Fremont, NE)
KONDELE, Josie (Mrs.); 22; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
LEWIS, Sophia T. (Mrs.); 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 3 Forest Lawn
LEWIS, Sophia T. (Mrs.); 68; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 4 Forest Lawn
LIDSEY, Samuel; 52; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
LUCAS, Leroy E.; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9 Forest Lawn
LUCAS, Roy E.; 41; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
LUCAS, Roy E.; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8
MARTIN, Ida H. (Mrs.); 49; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
McARDLE, Constance M.; 4d; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
MEYERS, (Mr.); 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 3 Cooperstown, PA
MEYERS, (Mrs.); 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 3 Cooperstown, PA
MILLER, Inez A.; 47; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 15/Douglas Co.
NORLEN, Carl Harry; 15y 2m 22d; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 14 Forest Lawn
ORR, (Mrs.); 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 10 (Scottsbluff, NE)
PRUCHNOW, Albertina; 34; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
PULLEN, R. W.; 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8 (Lodge notice)
RAMSEY, Elmer O.; 22; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
REDMOND, John; 26; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 15
REESE, William; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 1
REESE, William; 5 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 7 Forest Lawn
REESE, William; 51; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
ROBINSON, Hugh; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 10
ROBINSON, Hugh; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6 Prospect Hill
ROBINSON; 79; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9
ROSA, Mary L. (Mrs. Harman); 80; 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6 Forest Lawn
SCHROEDER, Max M. T.; 66; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5
SMITH, Beverly (Mr.); 72; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8 Laurel Hill
SMITH, Jacob; 50; 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 10 Fort Crook
STENSPRING, Lloyd; 1m; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
STOUT, John [Dr.]; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8/COT
TEFFT, Mary (Mrs.); 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6 Lincoln, NE
THOMAS, Sam; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5 Forest Lawn
THOMAS, Samuel E.; 54; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
THOMAS, Samuel; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 4 Forest Lawn
THOMPSON, Harry G.; 2m; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
VANALEY, Noah; 9 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 1
VIERLING, Frank C.; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5 Chicago, IL
WEBB, (Mrs. Charles I.); 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 8
WEBB, Elia; 40; 7 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
WEBB, Ella (Mrs.); 48; 2 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 1
WHITESIDE, inf dau; 1 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 5 (Beatrice, NE)
WILCOX, (Mrs. James L.); 72; 8 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 1 Rocky Ford, CO
WYDLAK, Frantiska; 42; 6 Feb 1907 OWH eve p 9/Douglas Co.
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1908 February Deaths

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Subject: Some Feb 1908 obit/death notices from Omaha World Herald
Date: Sat, 10 May 2003 02:31:32 EDT
ACKERMAN, William J.; 8m; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
ADAM, Donald L.; 3; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
AGEE, Edward; 32; 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill*
AGEE, John E.; 52; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
ALLEN, Robert Edgar; 55; 10 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Prospect Hill*
ALLEN, Edward; 8 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3
ANGLEN, Edith (Mrs. George H.); 38; 11 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co. Kingston, Canada
ANGLIN, Edith G.; 35; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
ARESTIER, John; 10m; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
BAKER, Hulda (Mrs.); 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 5 Holy Sepulchre*
BALL, Basil R.; 66; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 Forest Lawn**
BARKER, (Mrs. Frank); 22; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
BARTELL, Mahala; 22; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
BASSETT, George C.; 67; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Prospect Hill*
BRUCKMAN, (Mrs. John); 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
BUCHE, William; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 4
BUTLER, Irene I. (Miss); 21; 6 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2 *
CAMERON, Mary (Mrs. James); 71; 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Forest Lawn*
CARRY, Richard W.; 45; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
CHAMPAUX, Meden; 21; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
COFFIN, Pearl; 18 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Forest Lawn
COLBY, Orin; 86; 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2 Morley cem., Washington co, NE
DALTON, William; 84; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
DAVIS, Elizabeth K.; 51; 8 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Mount Hope
DAWSON, Mathew H.; 48; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
DAWSON, Matthew Murray; 48; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
DIETER, Esther (Mrs.); 78 y 1m 11d; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8 Laurel Hill
DIXON, (Mrs. Edward W.); 71; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 7 Davenport, IA
DODDER, Bertha S. Tedrow (Mrs. E. L.); 42; 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 Glade, PA*
DOEVEN, Nancy I.; 78; 11 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
DOHRMAN, (Mrs. Fred); 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
DORMAN, Libbie; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/COT
DRENEN, (Mrs. P. H.); 79; 10 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Forest Lawn
DRUMMY, Mike; 19 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2
DRUMMY, Samuel S. [Detective]; 18 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 & 6 * (COT Feb 20, p 6)
DUNN, (Mrs. J. S.); 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 Forest Lawn
DUNN, Mary J.; 40; 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
ECAMANY, Baby; 5m; 11 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
EICHORST, Adolph; 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
ELDRIDGE, Nathaniel A.; 88; 13 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3
ELLIOTT, W. F.; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 11
ELLIOTT, Mary (Mrs.); 3 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 5 IA
ERITTER, Christina; 64; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
FRANSON, Alfred; 25; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
GOODMAN, Wm. R.; 3 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1
GORMAN, Thomas; 6 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 St Mary Magdalene
GORMAN, Thomas; 7 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10 Holy Sepulchre
GRAVERS, (Mrs. Charles); 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/COT
GRAVES, (Mrs. W. N.); 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8 Logan, IA
GRAVES, James M.; 52; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
GREEN, Inmore O.; 8; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
GUNERUD, Lewis R.; 52; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
GUNERUDE, Laus; 51y 7m 11d; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8 Springwell
GUTHRI, Emma; 20; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
HAHN, Theresa A.; 20; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
HAMILTON, Elizabeth "Lizzie" (Mrs.); 49; 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 Glade, PA**
HATHAWAY, Walter J.; 34; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10
HELEN, Minnie (Mrs.); 53; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
HENCH, Mr.; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/COT
HENCK, Walter T.; 19; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
HEUCK, Walter T.; 19y 3m 12d; 3 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Forest Lawn
HOELZER, Reuben; 7; 15 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 German Presbyterian*
HOELZER, Alexander; 4; 15 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 German Presbyterian
HOELZER, Immanuel; 2; 15 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 German Presbyterian
HOLMES, Alfred; 47; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
HOLMES, Alfred; 47; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
HORN, Helen A.; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2 (Lincoln, NE)
HUGH, Thersa Augusta; 20; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8 Prospect Hill
HUHN, Miss; 7 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10/COT
HUNT, Theresa Augusta; 20; 3 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Prospect Hill
JACOBS, Nede A.; 20; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
JAMIESON, Goldie; 1m; 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
JOHANNES, J. H.; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 Columbus, NE
JOHNSON, Timothy D.; 25; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2 *
KING, Ernest; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 Forest Lawn
KOHN, Simeon R.; 40; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
KOPP, Vivian A.; 10 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co. 2
KOPP, Vivian Anna; 8 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Forest Lawn
KREJCI, Mr.; 7 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10/COT
KRUG, Edward; 49; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 7 Prospect Hill*
KRZCI, Edi; 3; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
LEHMER, Derick; 15; 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
LITEL, L. A.; 69; 11 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
LUCKE, Amalia F. (Mrs.); 86; 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Laurel Hill
M'ELIGOTT, Margaret 2m; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 St Mary's
MADISON, Pete; 64; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2
MAISENBRACHER, Matthias; 18 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Forest Lawn
MANN, (Mrs. Newton); 73; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 4 Forest Lawn*
MANN, Eliza J.; 73; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
McCARTNEY, Edward; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 7
McCARTNEY, Edward; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1
MEISLEL, Raymond L.; 1; 10 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
MEYER, 18 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 7/COT
MITCHELL, Arthur; 3m; 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
MORRISSEY, Stephen; 78; 8 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 *
MURPHY, Wm. J.; 7; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 12 Holy Sepulchre
MURPHY, William J.; 7y 5m; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co. & p 12 Holy Sepulchre
MURPHY, Wm. J.; 7y 5m; 13 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre
OLANDER, Nels; 90+; 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 *
OREM, Susan A.; 52; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
PALMER, Alfred H.; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 12
PALMER, Alfred H.; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 12
PARKER, Churchill; 8 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 Forest Lawn
PERRY, Joseph E.; 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
PETERSON, Chris; 73; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
PETERSON, Baby; 1m; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
PETERSON, Chris; 49; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
PILLSBURY, Ruth Charlotte; 8 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 5
PRITCHETT, Harriett (Mrs. George E.); 54; 11 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 Prospect Hill**
REED, Lewis; 18 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 & 6 Forest Lawn**
RESTMAN, William L.; 1; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
RICHELIEU, Edmund; 67; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
RICHLIEU, Edward; 67y 6m; 18 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 ***
RILEY, A. W. [Dr.]; 52; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
RILEY, Andrews W.; 3 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 5 Plattsburg, NY*
ROUSE, Baby; 13 d; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
SCANLON, John; 74; 5 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co. & 8 Holy Sepulchre
SCHNELLBACHER, Emanuel M.; 7 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10 Forest Lawn*
SCHWANBERG, Caroline; 72; 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
SCOTT, Annie (Mrs.); 65; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 St Mary's
SHALBERG, A. P.; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10/COT
SIDNEY, Samuel; 50; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
SIEH, Eliza; 59; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
SIEH, Eliza; 7 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10/COT
SMITH, Loyal L.; 13 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1
SMITH, Eva; 18 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 *
STEINDL, John; 10m; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
STEPHAN, Hugo; 56; 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6 Laurel Hill*
STOVELL, Hamilton C.; 38; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 Prospect Hill
STRAIGHT, (Mr.); 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/COT
STRAIGHT, Harry C.; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 9
STROVEL, Hamilton C.; 38; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
STRUPAIT, Gertrude (Mrs.); 84; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10 German Catholic
STRUPALT; Gertrude (Mrs.); 81; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
STURMAN, Moses; 64; 4 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
STURMAN, Moses; 80; 3 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1
STURR, Daniel; 60; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
SVAKOWSKI, August; 47; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
TAYLOR, Baby; 7 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 *
WALTON, Hattie; 26; 14 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
WENDT, Peter; 54y 11m; 21 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 10 Laurel Hill
WENDT, Peter; 55; 20 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3/Douglas Co.
WHITE, George K.; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2
WIK, Tilly; 19; 12 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 6/Douglas Co.
WILSON, (Mrs. Albert); 1 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
WILSON, John C.; 59; 22 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
ZANG, William; 61; 10 Feb 1908 OWH eve p 1 Laurel Hill*

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1913 Tornado Injuries & Deaths

1913-03-25 [Chicago Tribune]
Killed and Injured In and Near Omaha, in Indiana, and in Chicago. (Lists based on latest available information.)
Dead in Omaha District.
In Omaha.
BARNES, BENJAMIN, brother of B. J. Barnes, druggist.
BIGELOW, MRS. G. H., 2527 Cass street,
BLEAUVELT, HENRY, 2912 Lake court, fire and police lineman.
BOOKER, HARIE, 1414 North Thirtieth street.
BROOKS, JEAN B., Twenty-fourth and Lake streetes, real estate dealer.
CHRISTENSON, Infant son of Morris, Fifty-fifth and Center streets.
COOPER, HARRY, telephone lineman.
COPLEY, C. F., 2820 North Twenty-fourth street.
DANIELS, MR. AND MRS. CLIFF, and their two daughters, Nineteenth and Locust streets.
DAVIS, MRS., and baby Thelma, 4428 Jackson street.
DILLON, C. W., Twenty-fourth and Grant streets.
DOYLE, JOHN, iron worker.
DUNCAN, GEORGE J., 4101 Farnam street, advertising manager of Omaha Bee, died at Nicholas Senn hospital.
FIELDS, D. L., 2808 Franklin street.
FISHER, WILLIAM, Forty-sixth and Marcy streets.
FITZGERALD, MRS. E. F., 2704 North Twentieth street.
FORD, colored.
GRIEB, HENRIETTA, Twenty-seventh and Burdette streets.
GLOVER, LLOYD, 2101 North Twenty-seventh street, colored.
GOODENOUGH, MRS. F. G., 4703 Mason street.
HENDRICKSON, ANDREW, Forty-second and Harney streets.
HENSMAN, MRS. ELLEN, 1021 South Forty-sixth street.
HANSEN, MR. and MRS. J. G., 4690 Mayberry avenue.
HANSON, MR. AND MRS., Forty-eighth and Mason streets.
HARDY, MR. AND MRS., of Cedar Creek valley, reported dead.
HEINE, MISS, and sister. HOLM, MRS., and baby.
HULTING, FREDA, 2633 Chicago street.
JIMPSON, -JOHNSON, T. F., colored.
JOHNSON, MRS. ELLA, 2813 North Twentieth street.
KRINSKY, MR. and MRS. NATHAN and their five children. Krinsky was a baker and lived at 2308 North Twenty fourth street.
LARSON, -
NEWMAN, MRS. ADA.
SCHEELE, HENRY.
STARMAN, HERMAN, postmaster.
STEINBAUGH, MRS. W. H., and baby.
MISSING IN OMAHA.
ANDERSON, GEORGE, 16 years old, Twenty-fourth and Lake streets.
BARNETT, J. F., fireman helper, 2722 Miami street.
BERGE, JOHN, druggist, Twenty-fourth and Lake streets.
MURRAY, PAUL, janitor, 2021 Parker street.
ROBERTSON, W. F., who is employed in the city controller's office, has not shown up either at the office or his home near Creighton college, and it is feared that he may be another victim of the storm.
Injured in Omaha District. In Omaha.
ADAMS, MRS. H. W. ALLEN, two sons of J. A. Allen.
ANDERSON, GEORGE; may die.
ARCHER, MR. AND MRS., and son; slightly hurt.
BAGGOTT, MRS. EDWARD, of Chicago; visiting J. F. Trayner; badly hurt.
BELL, FRANK, of Elkhorn, Neb.
BEHRINGER, MRS. I.
BENTLEY, FRED, motorman; thrown lacerated
HALI., M. A., attorney.
HARRIS, R. E., sales manager for Armour company.
HENSMAN, MRS. M.; leg fractured, Internal injuries.
HIGGINS, H. M.; arm broken.
HODGES, SAMUEL.
HOLMES, MRS. E. H.
HOLMES, MR. AND MRS. N. M.
HOLMS, MALCOM.
HOUSTON, MRS. F. H.; leg broken; concussion of brain; probably will die.
HINES, PATRICK; leg fractured.
IRVIN, MRS. C.; ribs broken; burns.
IRVIN, MRS. JOHN.
ISITT, DOUGLAS, employe of Associated Press; he was badly cut and bruised about his body.
ISAACOVITZ, J., tailor.
JACKSON, GREGORY.
JONES, FLORENCE. JOHNSON, MRS., and her mother; dangerously cut.
JENSON, ANDREW, stenographer.
KIENE, MRS. ROSALIE.
LA PAGE, MRS.; leg broken.
LEE ALBERT.
LEVANTZ, JOSEPH.
LEMLEY, -LINAHAN, JOHN, restaurant proprietor.
LINAHAN, MRS. JOHN; severe bruises and cuts.
LINDBERG, two daughters of the Rev. Peter M. Lindberg.
LIONBERGER, MRS. JOHN; scalp wound.
MAIN, MRS. LOTTIE, of Loveland, Colo.; bruised about head and face.
MARCOVITZ, MRS. A.; badly bruised.
M'BRIDE, MRS.
M'DONALD, JAMES.
M'DONALD, W. H.; bad scalp wound.
McKENNA, HAROLD, 11 year old boy.
MARCE, MRS. W. A. MATHENY, -- , slightly hurt.
MEDLOCK, GEORGE; slight injuries.
MEDLOCK, MRS. GEORGE; slight injuries.
MERION, EARL. MEYER, MRS. EUGENE; arm dislocated.
MEYER, MRS. MARTIN; scalp wound.
MILKE, WILLIAM; two ribs broken.
MURPHY, MRS. E.
O'CONNER, LAWRENCE, 18 years old; badly hurt while mailing letter.
O'CONNER, WILLIE, 8 years old; caught in storm trying to rescue brother Lawrence; badly bruised.
OLEY, JOHN.
PATTERSON, KENNETH; burned.
PATTERSON, MRS. W. C., of Des Moines, In.
PETERSON, MABEL.
PETERSON, NELS.
PICKENS, CHARLES; suffering from XXX
BIGELOW, CECELIA; arms broken; internally injured.
DENEEN, JOSEPH.
DOUGLAS, FRANK.
DRAGGOO, CHARLES, aged 4.
DRAGGOO, CLIFFORD, 3 months.
DRAGGOO, CLYDE, aged 5.
DRAGGOO, HAROLD, aged 6.
DRAGGOO, J.
DRAGGOO, MRS. LAURA.
DRAGGOO, WILLIAM.
ELESMAN, EDWARD.
ELESMAN, MRS. EMELIA.
FAIRCHILD, W. J.
HIGGINS, J. M.
HYNES, MRS. NELLIE.
HYNES, PATRICK.
MAGNIOUS, FONICE.
MAGNIOUS, JOSEPH.
MEYERS, MRS. JENNIE.
NOBLE, JOSEPH.
STEINHAUSER, MRS. HELEN.
STIDHAM, CHARLES. Taken to Methodist Hospital.
ANDERSON, GUSTAVE.
BAKER, FRANCIS; not serious.
BARTL, MR. AND MRS. LEO; not serious; two children, badly bruised.
CASSELL, MISS FLOREA; leg fractured.
DRISCOLL, HELEN; not serious.
DRISCOLL, WALTER; not serious.
GROJEN, FRANCIS J.; not serious.
GROJEN, FRANK; not serious.
HALVORSEN, JOHN; not serious.
HAMMER, G. L.; broken leg amputated; internal injuries.
HAMMER, MRS. G. L.; arm fractured.
HOGG, J. D.; back injured.
HOLMES, MISS ELLA, nurse; arm fractured.
LEVINE, MRS. L.
LOOSHAN, MR. AND MRS. L.; not serious.
MILLER, MRS. LIZZIE; badly injured.
MOLE, ED, and three children.
NELSON, ELLA, arm fractured.
NORRIS, MRS. T. B.; not serious.
SIMON, MRS. J.; leg fractured.
SORRENSON, MARTHA, of Malmo, Neb.; not serious.
STEINE, MRS. ADELIA, not serious.
TINNEY, MRS. W. P.; badly bruised.
TATLEY, JAMES; back and legs injured.
SOPICH, JOHN, Forty-seventh and W streets,
 
DEAD IN SOUTH OMAHA.
DAVEY, MRS. FRANK, Forty-eighth and Pierce streets.
DAVIE, MRS. FRANK, AND CHARLOTTE, 4110 William street.
DAVIS, MRS.
FITGH, F. V.
FITZ, H. V., 2728 Pratt street.
HASS, MISS, sister of William Hass, a salesman for Paxton & Gallaghers.
HANSON, MARIE, 2728 Blondo street.
HOGG, MRS. J. D., 3411 Cumming street.
JEPSON, 14 year old daughter of Edward N. Jepson, 1025 South Fortyeighth street.
SIMPSON, -KIEVE, MORE, 2522 Burdette street.
LARSEN, NELS, [MISSING-TEXT] North Thirty-sixth street.
LAVIDGE, MRS., 369 South Thirty-eighth street; her 2 year old boy was killed.
McBRIDE, MABEL, 4115 Farnam street.
NEWMAN, MRS. IDA, 4224 Dewey avenue; she was head nurse at Child Saving institute.
NICHOLS, J. B.
NINES, MRS.
NORRIS, T. B., 3507 Burt street.
PECK, MRS.
ROSING, EMMA, 1321 North Twenty-ninth street.
SABER, MRS., Thirty-second and Charles streets.
VANDEVAN, MRS. R. R., 3318 Charles street.
WISSON, C. B.
South Omaha. Taken to Swedish Hospital.
ANDERSON, EDNA.
ANDERSON, GUS.
CASCIO, JACK; slightly hurt.
CASCIO, SAM; slightly hurt.
CLAGGETT, MRS. H. G.
EAGAN, ALICE.
EAGAN, MISS NELLIE.
EAGAN, MRS. NELLIE
TIEDE, LEWIS; arm fractured.
TIEDE, MRS. LEWIS; internal injuries and back hurt.
TONEY, MRS. GUY; back hurt and internal injuries.
TONEY, ROY; fractured limb.
TONEY, MRS. ROY; both legs broken.
INJURED AT YUTAN, NEB.
HADEN, WALTER.
HELDT, JOHN.
HEYN, MRS. FRED.
STARMAN, MRS. HERMAN.
STEINBAUGH, W. H.
DEAD AT BERLIN, NEB.
BRANDT, MRS.
KOCH, HENRY.
KOCH, MRS. HENRY.
KOCH, ALBERT, aged 15.
KOCH, JOHN, aged 9.
TIEDE, SYLVIA.
DEAD AT YUTAN, NEB.
BABCOCK, MRS. WILLIAM, and little daughter.
GILSTER, MRS.
HAMMOND, MR. AND MRS. A. R., and baby son.
HEYN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred.
OHM, baby of Mr. and Mrs. Fred.
ALLEN, two sons of J. A. Allen.
ANDERSON, GEORGE; may die.
ARCHER, MR. AND MRS., and son; slightly hurt.
BAGGOTT, MRS. EDWARD, of Chicago; visiting J. F. Trayner; badly hurt.
BELL, FRANK, of Elkhorn, Neb.
BEHRINGER, MRS. L.
BENTLEY, FRIED, motorman; thrown from car and injured.
BLACK, MRS. CHARLES E.
BOWMAN, MR. AND MRS. C. P.
BRYANT, MRS., mother of Dr. D. C. Bryant.
BURT, S. L.; injured about body.
CHALINEE, MRS. HARRY.
CADY, CLARENCE; dangerously injured; may die.
CAROTHERS, W. D.; two ribs fractured.
CARROLL, PAT; injured about head, face, and back; should recover.
CHRISTENSEN, MORRIS.
CHRISTENSEN, infant of Morris Christensen, Center and Fifty-fifth streets,
COFFMAN, MRS.
COOPER, JOE, street car conductor; shoulder fractured.
COTTON, MRS., sister of Mrs. C. Black.
CURTISS, MRS. CORA.
CULLEN, JOHN.
CRIBBEN, JACK, cashier; badly lacerated, internal injuries.
DAGET, D.; head cut by flying glass.
DANIELS, MRS.; aged mother of Herbert Daniels.
DAVIS, J. DAVIS, MISS; dangerously injured; may die.
DIXON, E. W.
DOYLE, ISABEL; injured about head and face; at Colonial hospital.
DRAGOE, MINNIE.
DUNCAN, MRS., mother of George Duncan; crushed and bruised; may die; at Wise Memorial hospital.
DUNN, the Rev.
-DUNN, daughter of the Rev. Dunn; knee severely crushed.
DUNVILLE, MARION.
EBENER, CHRIS.
ECK, WILLIAM.
ELKINS, HENRY.
ELLSMAN, NETTIE.
FAIRCHILD, W. J.; arm broken, severely bruised.
FAITH, MR. AND MRS. J. M.
FAITH, ELVA.
FINCH, MRS. O. S.; thigh fractured.
FLIRTTMETTER, MRS. H.
FOSTER, MR. AND MRS
GALVIN, PATRICK.
GALPHIN, MRS., nurse; badly cut; at General hospital.
GOLDON, MRS. ELLA.
GORMAN, J.; injuries serious.
GRIFFIN, FRANK.
GRIFFIN, MRS.; internal injuries, condition serious.
GUY, MR. AND MRS. FRANK, of Waterloo, Neb.
HALARIES, MARY, infant; face badly in storm trying to rescue
[MISSING-TEXT] Lawrence; badly bruised.
OLEY, JOHN.
PATTERSON, KENNETH; burned.
PATTERSON, MRS. W. C., of Des Moines, Ia.
PETERSON, MABEL.
PETERSON, NELS.
PICKENS, CHARLES; suffering from shock. ......
QUAGLEY, F.; right ankle bruised.
REEVES, E., colored; rescued from pool hall; taken to Omaha General hospital.
REEVES, FRED.
ROADRUCK, CHARLES.
ROBERTSON, ESSIE.
ROBINSON, BELLA; two ribs fractured.
ROBINSON, MRS. W. E.; two ribs fractured.
RODERICK, CHARLES; he was injured internally.
SELZ, MRS. F. C.; injured internally and gash on head; still unconscious; at hospital.
SELZ, little girl; bad scalp wound.
SHEPPARD, C. C.; cut about head and face.
SHEPPARD, MRS. C. C.; arm broken and badly bruised.
SLABAUGH, MRS. W. W.; injuries and bruises.
SLABAUGH, MISS RUTH; wrist cut.
SMITH, MRS. ROSE.
STAPANEK, MR. AND MRS. JOHN; injured about head and back.
STEINER, FLORENCE.
SULLIVAN, MRS. JOHN; slightly injured.
SULLIVANS, MISS (two); slight injuries.
TRYEN, FRANK.
TUTTLE, JOHN M.; three ribs broken.
ULLRICH, MR. AND MRS. PETER; brick chimney fell on them, lacerating and bruising ULLRICH; wife escaped with slight scratches.
VANDEVAN, MRS. R. R.; unconscious from blow on head, taken to hospital.
VIZEVIOAK, MRS. MIKE; scalp wounds, lacerated skull.
VOPAT, STANLEY, 3 year old child; cut on body, head, and face.
VOSS, HANS; cut by glass.
WALLS, JOHN, colored; leg broken and back injured.
WALSH, EDWARD.
WALSH, MRS. EDWARD; scalp lacerations and internal injuries.
WICKS, E. R.; left limb fractured.
WICKS. L.; struck by a timber and lower limbs paralyzed.
WIGGS, E. R.
WIGGS, WILLIAM; arm broken, bruised.
WOHLERS, FRED; his collar bone was broken.
WRIGHT, MRS. J. C.; foot severely crushed.
DEAD AT RALSTON, NEB.
KIMBALL, MRS. EDITH, Winnipeg, Canada.
KIMBALL, BABY FRANCES.
MORAN, MARY.
SAID, MR. and MRS. H. E.
Some IOWA persons injured or dead from Tornadoes
DEAD AT COUNCIL BLUFFS.
JOHNSON, MR. AND MRS.; their baby missing.
POOLE, MRS. WILLIAM.
RICE, MR. AND MRS. JAMES R. and baby Margaret.
SCHULTE, MR. AND MRS. JOHN.
SWIMBERMAN, MRS. JOSEPH.
WESTON. MRS.
DEAD AT GLENWOOD, IA.
LAMBERT, MRS. EDWARD, AND DESPA 12 year old daughter.
McDONALD, MR. AND MRS. JAMES.
MERRITT, CYLDE.
DEAD AT WESTON, IA.
THOMAS, MRS. LON.
SWINERMAN, MRS. JOSEPH.
DEAD AT NEOLA, IA.
HOPPER, -- two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hopper.
JONES, MRS. EDWARD.
DEAD AT DANVILLE CROSSING, IA.
NORGARD, BABY.
INJURED AT DANVILLE CROSSING, IA
BISHOP, MRS. JOHN; hip injured.
PARKER, LOUISA; body badly cut.
POOLE, MISS MARY; she is seriously ill.
POOLE, WILLIAM; head cut and body bruised.
MITZ, FRANK; head cut.
NORGARD, MRS. BERT, and child; both seriously bruised.
ROLFE, MRS. D. M.; bruised and cut.
INJURED AT NEOLA, IA.
WARD, MRS.; she is mother of Mrs. Lee Hopper; on account of old age she is not expected to live.
INJURED AT WESTON, IA.
THOMAS, LON, and son; both were badly bruised and cut.
INJURED AT GLENWOOD, IA.
LAMBERT, WENDELL, badly bruised.
MERRITT, JOHN; his head was bruised; he is not expected to live.
Taken to St. Joseph's Hospital. ANDERSON, EDMUND. ANDERSON, IDA. BIGELOW, ANSON H.; chest bruised. ANDERSON, EDNA. ANDERSON, GUS. CASCIO, JACK; slightly hurt. CASCIO, SAM; slightly hurt. CLAGGETT, MRS. H. G. EAGAN, ALICE. EAGAN, MISS NELLIE. EAGAN, MRS. NELLIE. EAGAN, LORETTA. EAGAN, WILLIAM. EAGAN, MRS. WILLIAM. ERVALT, MRS. DEBA. ERVALT, JACOB. FITZGERALD, THOMAS J.; slight bruises. GALKANS, M. GIVAGENSKY, SOPHIA. GIVAGENSKY, WILLIAM W. GRAY, ROSE. GRAY, WILLIAM. HANSEN, ELLA. HANSEN, -- . HANSEN, MRS. -- ,and two children. HEWITT, CHARLES. HEWITT, MRS. CHARLES. HOIT, J. C., 4510 Marcy. HOIT, MRS. J. C., 4510 Marcy. HOLMAN, WESLEY. HOLMAN, MRS. WESLEY. JENNINGS, S. C. JENNINGS, MRS. S. C., and child. JOHNSON, GRACE. LE PAGE, MRS. MARY; Internal injuries; dangerous. LE PAGE, W. J. LUNDGREEN, CARL. MATHENY, MRS., and two babes. MINURO, JOSEPH. MINURO, PAUL. MINURO, SAM. MORRISON, OSCAR H. MORRISON, MRS. OSCAR H., and child. NELSON, MRS. PETERSON, VIRGINIA. SAYLOR, MRS. FRANK. SCHAEFER, EDWARD. STOVERS, MRS., and three children. TOMBERA, JANGORA, South Omaha; skull fractured; internal injuries; may die. WEAD, A. O. WEAD, MRS. A. O., and child. WOOD, MRS. LOVIN. WOOD, THOMAS. INJURED AT BERLIN, NEB. BOHLMAN, MRS. DICK; head cut and internal injuries. MILLER, JOHN; head cut and ribs broken. MILLER, MISS, their daughter; bruised and face cut. MILLER, MISS, another daughter; face cut and body bruised. MILLER, MRS. JOHN; cut and internal injuries. NUTZMAN, MRS. FRED; double fracture of leg. RODGERS, GROVER; face cut and internal injuries. ROSS, MRS. CARL; internal injuries and back hurt. RUBA, CHRIS; head hurt. Ind. M'GUIRE, ALLAN, of Evansville, Ind. MEYERS, JOHN E. MOORE, DR. ERNEST L. RODGERS, ALEXANDER. TULLEY, MISS HANNAH. WATTS, ALBERT, of oblong, Ill. The Missing. CORDER, M. A. FOX, JEFFERSON. HINES, -- . YEAGER, NEAL.
The Injured. HIDENRICH, OLLIE; injured internally; may die. KING, FRED; injured internally; may die.
WELLS, JAMES; injured internally; may die.
Record Number: 19130325ob003
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William J. Turner (age 73, d. Apr. 1921)
MAN WHO SERVED WITH CUSTER DEAD IN SOUTH
Major William J. Turner, United States army, retired, stationed for many years with the old Second Infantry at Fort Omaha and who served in the Indian wars, died this week at St. Petersburg, Fla. He was ill four months and was 73 years old. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John G. Workhizer, wife of the former commandant of cadets at the University of Nebraska; Miss Louise E. Turner, and one son, Captain F.E.S. Turner.
The funeral will be at St. Petersburg [Florida] and the body will be taken to Arlington national cemetery for burial.
Major Turner was associated with Buffalo Bill in Indian fighting. He served in the Spanish War.
Source: The World-Herald, Omaha, Saturday Apr 30, 1921
 
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Obituary notices from early 1927

 From: Sahara346@aol.com
To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: Some Omaha area Obits
BEELS, Lina (Mrs. Louis A.); 62; 1 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 13, Plano, IL
BLASCHKO, Leopold [Rev.]; 25 Mar 1927 True Voice p 3, St Mary's
BOSANEK, Mathew; 61; 8 Apr 1927 True Voice p 3, St Mary's
BURCHMAN, Raymond F.; 1 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 1
BYSTROM, Emma (Mrs.); 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9/COT
CAHILL, Margaret (Mrs.); 63; 11 Mar 1927 True Voice p 8
CARLON, George P.; 33; 1 Apr 1927 True Voice p 3
CARTER, Alan; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9/COT
CAVANAUGH, Elizabeth (Mrs.); 3 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 10, Holy Sepulchre
CHARVAT, Mary (Mrs.); 8 Apr 1927 True Voice p 3, St Mary's
CODY, Alice (Mrs.); 3 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 10/COT
CRANEY, Margaret (Miss); 1 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 13, Catholic Cem, Walnut, IA
CULLEN, Della O'Hanlon (Mrs. Charles T.); 54; 11 Mar 1927 True Voice p 3, Holy Sepulchre
GAUGHAN, Richard Eugene; 18m s/Patrick; 15 Apr 1927 True Voice p 8, St Mary's
DUQUETTE, Mary Carlotta [Sisters of St Joseph]; 8 Apr 1927 True Voice p 5, Concordia, KS
EDGELL, Viviane Louise; 11 d/J. M.; 1 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 13, Forest Lawn
ELTON, Otto T.; 31; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9, New Vienna, OH
FEELY, (Mrs. Daniel); 11 Mar 1927 True Voice p 8, Joliet, IL
FLANNERY, Timothy; 57; 8 Apr 1927 True Voice p 8, St Mary's
FRAWLEY, Francis J.; 30; 1 Apr 1927 True Voice p 8, St Mary's
FRIEDGEN, Margaret (Mrs.); 60; 3 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 10 , Holy Sepulchre
GAINN, Joe; 48; 3 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 10, St Mary's
GALLAGHER, Mary (Mrs.); 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p 8, (Council Bluffs, IA)
GRIFFIN, Louis H.; 24; 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p 8, Hebron, NE
GRUNLUND, Lawrence; 73; 3 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 10, Lincoln, NE
HACKENBERG, Earl; 30; 1 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 13, Plattsmouth, NE
KENDALL, Benjamin F.; 65; 1 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 13
HUGHES, Adeline L.; 86; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9, Forest Lawn
KENNY, Vincent; 69; 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p 3, Holy Sepulchre
KRAWEZECYK, Walter; 7 s/Frank; 25 Mar 1927 True Voice p 8
McGRAW, William J.; 38; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9, Holy Sepulchre
McGILVRAY, Anna Mary; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9, Forest Lawn
MAGWOOD, William H.; 67; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9, Forest Lawn
MAHACEK, Lillian; 10 d/Joseph; 15 Apr 1927 True Voice p 8
MANHART, Mary (Mrs.); 28; 1 Apr 1927 True Voice p 5, Holy Sepulchre
MARKEY, Mary Patricia; d/Arthur; 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p 8, St Mary's
McCORMICK, Patrick D.; 74; 15 Apr 1927 True Voice p 3,
McDERMOTT, Charles; 11 Mar 1927 True Voice p 3, (Wahoo, NE)
McGRAW, William; 49; 1 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 13
MORAN, Margaret (Mrs.); 65; 1 Apr 1927 True Voice p 5, Holy Sepulchre
MURPHY, Jno. T.; 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p 8 St Mary's
NELSON, Anna Elizabeth; 23; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9, Forest Lawn
PABLONIS, Joseph (w/Katherine); 38; 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p 8, St Mary's
PANUSKA, Cora L. (Mrs.); 51; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9, Forest Lawn*
PHELAN, James; 68; 25 Mar 1927 True Voice p 3, Holy Sepulchre
PHILLIPS, Al; 52; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9
POLLARD, John H.; 64; 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p 6, Clarks, NE
FERRY, John; 57; 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p 3, St Mary's
RAPPLEY, Fred M.; 48; 1 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 13, Forest Lawn*
RATEKIN, Clyde T.; 25 s/C. R.; 2 Jan 1927 OWH Morn p 9, Forest Lawn
RIGGE, William F. [Rev S.J.]; 8 Apr 1927 True Voice p 1, Holy Sepulchre
RYAN, Mary (Miss); 59; 1 Apr 1927 True Voice p 8, St Mary's
RYAN, Mary (Miss); 59; 25 Mar 1927 True Voice p 3, St Mary's
SEABECK, George; s/Mary; 11 Mar 1927 True Voice p 3
SEIDLER, William; 45; 18 Mar 1927 True Voice p ?, Saint Joseph, Council Bluffs, IA
SEVERIN, Mary (Mrs.); 68; 25 Mar 1927 True Voice p 6 & 8, Bendina, KS
VOSTREJS, Frank; 1 Apr 1927 True Voice p 6, Plattsmouth, NE
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Obituary notices from March 1929

Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2001 10:15:36 EDT
From: OmahaMom@aol.com (Karen)
To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: Some Omaha World Herald & Omaha Bee [obits from March 1929]>

Some of the names are duplicated, but that's because they were from both
papers--and the individual who extracted the Bee information did not get the
page numbers. OWH = Omaha World Herald

ADAMS, John Jr.; 19; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 9
ADAMS, John; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Bohemian National
ALBANESE, Joseph A.; 26; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 3 & 12/Douglas Co. Holy Sepulchre
ANDERSON, Condo; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Greeley, NE
ANDERSON, Eveline; 7 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
ARMS, Emma Amelia; 65; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
BABCOCK, Harvey; 7 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Chappell, NE
BAKER, Elizabeth; 80; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
BARGER, Matilda; 6 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
BARNES, John; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
BARNES, Marvel; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee IA
BATEMAN, Albert; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee CO
BEATTY, Joseph F.; 82; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co. Forest Lawn*
BEATTY, Joseph; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
BEEMS, Alice Marvin; 67; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20 Dow City, IA
BRUNING, Henry; 28; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20 Forest Lawn
BEEMS, Alice; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee IA
BEITELMAN, Ella; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Mount Hope
BENSON, Carl; 6 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
BERTELMAN, Ella Vesta Louisa; 79; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
BIXTON, Philip; 14 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
BLACKSMOTH, Joseph; 45; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
BLOCK, Carl; 71; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
BOESEN, John; 65; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12 Forest Lawn
BONACCI, Rosina; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
BONACCI, Rosina; 44; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Holy Sepulchre*
BOND, Vernon; 14 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
BRINKLOW, George; 7 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Plattsmouth, NE
BROWN, Clarence; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
BROWN, Joyce Colleen; 3; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
BRUNING, Henry; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
BURKE, Richard; 61; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
BURKE, Richard; 8 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary's
CARTER, Edw.; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
CARVER, John; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
CLINES, Jane (Mrs.); 76; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 St Mary's*
CLINES, Jane; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary's
COOK, Walter J.; 52; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28
COOK, Walter; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
CORALCUIC, Elizabeth; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park
COSENTINO, Marianne; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
CRANE, Amelia; 32; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
DANEK, Frank; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary's
DICNOTI, Sam; 26; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
DONAHEY, J. F.; 80; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
ERICKSON, Alice Josephine; 68; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
ESMAY, Henry; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
ETHERTON, William; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
FARMER, Selma Merrill; 23; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
FELT, Frances Grace; 67; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
FICENEC, Margaret; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary's
FITCH, Ora A.; 21; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
FITT, Frances; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
FITT, Francis Grace (Mrs.); 67; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 West Lawn
FOLAN, Mark; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
FRIES, Cora A.; 70; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
FROST, Alice (Mrs.); 70; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 Forest Lawn
GAITMAN, --; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
GARLAND, Mrs.; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/COT
GARLAND, Rose Ann; 64; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
GOBEN, Constantia; 6 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
GRAHAM, Geraldo; 8 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
GRENDER, Vera Rose; 56; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20
GRENDER, Vera; 4 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
GRENVILLE, Alice; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
HACKERSON, Tillie; 64; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
HAJEK, Joseph; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
HAJSKY, James; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Bohemian National
HANLEY, Mary (Mrs. Dennis); 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 1 O'Neill, NE
HARBERG, Margaret; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
HARMON, Frank; 60; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
HARRINGTON, Anne; 6 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary Magdalene
HAWERNICH, Augusta; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Laurel Hill
HAWES, Rolland; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
HAWKS, Emmet; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Cedar Rapids, NE
HAYDEN, --; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
HINDMAN, Donald A.; 12d; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
HOESCHEN, Henry; 6 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary Magdalene
HOY, Elizabeth (Mrs.); 55; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12
HOY, Elizabeth; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Bellevue, NE
HUPZFELDT, Margarethe; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Laurel Hill
HVILSON, Christen; 80; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12
INGERSOLL, Eleanor; 8 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
JAMIESON, --; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
JEFFERS, Eliza J.; 65; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
JOHNSON, Fred; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park
JONES, Amelia; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
JONES, Jess; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Prospect Hill
KEEGAN, Jane; 76; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
KENNEDY, Nora (Mrs.); 34; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 St Mary's
KENNEDY, Nora; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary's
KERNER, Elizabeth; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Prospect Hill
KING, Domenic; 85; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
KORTH, William; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
KOSTINEC, Anne; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Bohemian National
KOSTKA, Julia; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
KRAUSE, Otto; 8 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Laurel Hill
LANKTON, Charles; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
LARSON, Mildred; 7 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee IA
LAWSON, Sally; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
LEE, Susan; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park
LEWIS, Margaret; 85; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
LEYENDECKER, Charles; 4 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary's
LINDSTAM, Lars; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
MAESTRO, Elizabeth; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
MANSFIELD, Ruth; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Mount Hope
MARCHISELLO, Vincent; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
MARTH, Christina; 6 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Papillion, NE
McCAIN, Arran; 7 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
McKINESTRY, Wilma; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee MO
MILLER, Patricia Joan; 4m; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
MINARDI, Charles; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
MOREEN, Matts; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
MORGAN, Frances; 57; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
MORGAN, Mary; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee IA
MOSHER, Elizabeth; 45; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
MURPHY, Jonnie; 7; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
NELSON, Laura; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Springwell
NICHOLSON, Esther; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
O'HANLON, James; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
O'NEILL, Helen; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
O'NEILL, John; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
O'TOOLE, Mary; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
OAKLEY, Edward; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee West Lawn
OAKLEY, Edward; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12 West Lawn
OHLIN, Arthur; 5 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
OPLISTIL, Joseph; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park
OSBORN, Claude; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park
PARROTT, Donald; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
PARTRIDGE, Beatrice; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
PATRICK, ---; 7 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
PAULSEN, Tora; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
PELZEN, Anna; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary's
PETAK, Anthony; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Prospect Hill
PETAK, Anthony; 38; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 St Mary's
PETERSEN, Mathias; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park
PETERSON, Cecilia; 11 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
PETERSON, Luella; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
PILUS, Simon; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park or St Mary's
PILUS, Simon; 54; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 St Mary's
POKORSKI, Frank; 4 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee St Mary's
POLICZ, Andrew; 37; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
POWERS, Peter; 8 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park
PRENDERGAST, James; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha B ee IA
PROVAZNIK, Mary Ann (Mrs.); 38; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Bohemian
National
PROVAZNIK, Mary; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Bohemian National
PROVAZULK, Mary Ann; 38; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
QUADE, John; 67; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
RAGAN, John; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
RALPH, John B. [Dr.]; 87; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 3 Forest Lawn
RAPACH, Mike; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Graceland Park
RAPAICH, Michel; 39; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Graceland Park
RAU, Martha; 32; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
RHOADES, Florence; 49; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
RITCHIE, Cecilia; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
ROADES, Florence; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee MO
ROADES, Florence; 49; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Humphreys, MO
ROBINSON, Maxine; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Mount Hope
RONAN, Mary; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
RONECH, William; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
ROSBORN, Robert; 24; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
ROSS, Arthur J.; 60; 4 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
ROSS, Arthur J.; 65; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Holy Sepulchre
ROSS, Arthur; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
TAYLOR, John; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
ROTH, Lena; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Laurel Hill
ROY, James Wesley; 52; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Laurel Hill*
ROY, James; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Laurel Hill
SCRIVEN, D. M.; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee IA
SCRIVEN, Dee M.; 57; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 8 & 28 Atlantic, IA*
SEATER, Thomas J.; 84; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
SEIDENBURG, Margaret; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
SHAFENBERG, Emanuel; 12 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee IA
SHUTT, Theodore; 7; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Forest Lawn*
SIMPSON, Alice; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Chester, NE
SKOGLUNC, Bertha; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Laurel Hill
SMITH, James; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
SPRING, Sarah; 69; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
STARR, Charles Louis; 65; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Prospect Hill*
STARR, Charles; 1 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Prospect Hill
STEVENS, Hiram; 10 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Council Bluffs, IA
STOETZEL, Sidney A.; 38; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
STRAWN, Johannah; 6 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
TATE, Nellie; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
TAYLOR, John A.; 79; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
THOMAS, Elizabeth Power; 45; 30 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 1
TURNER, Elva (Mrs.); 35; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 *
TURNER, Elva; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
TYM, Norris; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
VOM VEG, Friedericke; 3 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
VOM WEGG, Fredericka (Mrs.); 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 & 12 Forest Lawn
VOPIR, Marie; 15 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee
WALKER, Dorothy H.; 21; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28/Douglas Co.
WALLACE, Albert; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
WALLACE, Albert; 60; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12 Holy Sepulchre
WARE, Orpha Irene (Mrs.); 57; 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 8 Kansas City, KS**
WARE, Orpha; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee KS
WEBER, Margaret J. (Mrs.); 1 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 28 Holy Sepulchre
WEBER, Margaret; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre*
WELCH, William H.; inf; 2 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12 Holy Sepulchre
WELCH, William; 2 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Holy Sepulchre
WESSMAN, August; 9 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
WILLIAMS, D. B.; 13 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee Forest Lawn
WINGET, Mary; 7 Mar. 1929 Omaha Bee

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Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2001 10:17:32 EDT
From: OmahaMom@aol.com
To: NEDOUGLA-L@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: Some Omaha World Herald (OWH) Obits, March 1929

If COT appears, it means Card of Thanks and is the only mention
found so far for that name. Sometimes more information about family
is given than in the actual obit.

ADAM, John C.; 18; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21 Bohemian National
ANDERSON, Condo O.; 17; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
ANDERSON, Evaline H.; 78; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23 West Lawn
ANDREW, Dorothy Pilling (Mrs.); 21; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 (Council Bluffs, IA)
ANDREW, Richard; 6m; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 (Council Bluffs, IA)
ARMS, Emma A.; 41; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Prospect Hill Elkhorn, NE*
ARTHUR, Thomas; 42; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 West Lawn
ATCHESON, Alice Wilson (Mrs. Norman); 27 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 *
BABCOCK, Harvey I; 58; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4 & 23 Chappell, NE**
BARGER, Matilda (Mrs.); 78; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23 West Lawn**
BARIGHT, Irving G.; 63; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Forest Lawn*
BARTHOLOMEW, Andrew; 58; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
BAUSERMAN, Nellie K. (Miss): 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 6
BEEMS, Alice Marvin (Mrs. C. A.); 67; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 6 & 21 Dow City, IA*
BENSON, Carl; 79; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21 Forest Lawn**
BETTS, W. T.; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 13 Weeping Water, NE
BIGGS, James C.; 7; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
BRINKLOW, George; 66; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4 & 23 Plattsmouth, NE
BRISBIN, Arthur; 6; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 *
BROSCH, Norma Jean; inf; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 Graceland Park
BROWN, Orreta May; inf; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
BRUNING, Henry; 97; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
BURKE, Richard; 62; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23 St Mary's*
CARLSON, Ruth C. (Mrs. Fred O.); 22; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 Forest Lawn*
CARTER, Edward; 31; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21 Forest Lawn
CASE, Mr.; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21/COT *
CASPER, Betty; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 26/Douglas Co.
CASPER, Chester L.; 34; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 South Bend, IN
CECETKA, Jerry; 36; 27 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 1 St Mary's*
CHRISTENSON, Ree; 1; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 26/Douglas Co.
CLARK, Guy E.; 39; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 1
COLE, Sarah J.; 77; 27 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Forest Lawn*
COLEMAN, Billy Lou; 1; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 37
COOK, Walter J.; 53; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
DANEK, Frank; 70; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
ELWOOD, Inf son; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 West Lawn
ERHART, John Vage; 21; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23 Manley, NE**
ESMAY, Henry Seigal; 66; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 6 West Lawn**
ESTHERTON, William Eugene; 8m; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
FELGNER, Fred; 22; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 1
FITCH, Gertrude (Mrs.); 80; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 25 Forest Lawn
FITCH, Ora A.; 21; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 10 & 27
FORREST, Nellie (Mrs. William); 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 25 Forest Lawn*
FROST, Alice (Mrs.); 70; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
GILBERT, Meba Jean; 7m; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27/Douglas Co.
GRAHAM, Geraldo B.; 71; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 Holy Sepulchre
GRENDER, Vera Rose; 54; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
GUTHART, George; 76; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21 Cedar Dale*
HAJSKY, ---; 62; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 Bohemian National
HANEY, Harry; 48; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18
HARBERG, Margaret D. (Mrs.); 72; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 16 & 34 Forest Lawn
HARMAN, Frank; 60; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Imogen, IA
HARRINGTON, Anna (Mrs. Gerald); 26; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21 St Mary Magdalene**
HAWERNICH, Augusta (Mrs.); 84; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 Laurel Hill
HERMIS, Richard Floyd; 14; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18/Douglas Co.
HIGGEBLADE; Albert Peter; 61; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 Forest Lawn
HIRTZ, William; 39; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 Plattsmouth, NE
HOCHSTETLER, Frank B.; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12
HOESCHEN, Henry A.; 70; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12 & 21 St Mary Magdalene**
HOFFMAN, Fannie; 49; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
HOOCK, Amy E. (Mrs. Oscar); 65; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Evergreen*
HUTZFELDT, Margaretha (Mrs.); 80; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 6 Laurel Hill
HVILSOM, Christian; 80; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
INGERSOLL, Eleanor Jane (Mrs.); 80; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23 Forest Lawn**
JAMIESON, (Mrs. Gavin); 73; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 Forest Lawn*
JARVIS, (Mrs. M B.); 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 Forest Lawn
JEFFERS, Ella J.; 65; 27 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Forest Lawn*
JONES, Jesse Sanford; 46; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 6 & 21 Prospect Hill*
KENNEDY, Nora; 34; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
KINDER, (Mrs. Otto); 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27/COT
KINDER, Mathilda; 60; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 26/Douglas Co.
KOOPMAN, Peter; 44; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 Forest Lawn*
KOORSTAD, Ole T.; 77; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 25 Forest Lawn*
KRAUSE, Otto; 72; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23 Laurel Hill
KULAKOFSKY, Morris M.; 76; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 26/Douglas Co.
KUNS, Andrew; 62; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18/Douglas Co.
LARSEN, Mildred Irene; 15; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4 Stanton, IA*
LEE, Susan Anna (Mrs.); 54; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 Graceland Park
LEITCH, Charles; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 37/COT
LEITCH, Susan; 30; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 West Lawn
LENIHAN, Michael; 67; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 St Mary's
LEVINSON, Janie; 1; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23/Douglas Co.
LEYENDECKER, Christopher Charles; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
LOWELL, Chester; 33; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 26/Douglas Co.
LYENDECKER, Charles P.; 44; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 6 St Mary's
M'CAIN, Orran J.; 62; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23 West Lawn
MACHABY, Frank; 40; 27 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Bohemian National
MADDEN, John Joseph; inf; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 25 Holy Sepulchre
MOSHER, Elizabeth (Mrs.); 45; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 25
MADSEN, Marie F.; 64; 27 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Freemont, NE*
MARTH, Christina; 72; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21 Cedar Dale**
McCANN, Daniel; 64; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18/Douglas Co.
McCLELLAND, Jenny (Mrs.); 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12 (San Francisco, CA)
MINARDI, Charles; 18d; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21 Holy Sepulchre**
MOREEN, Matt; 67; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 6 Forest Lawn
MOREEN, Matts; 67; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23/Douglas Co.
MOSCHEL, Maria; 75; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18/Douglas Co.
MOSER, Elizabeth (Mrs.); 45; 27 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Graceland Park
NANCE, Charles; 60; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23
NAZCH, Luke; 49; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 Graceland Park
NEAL, Wilbur D. Jr.; 1d; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
NIRZ, William; 39; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 3
O'HANLON, James P.; 83; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 & 21 Holy Sepulchre*
O'NEILL, Helen (Mrs. Hugh Jr.); 30; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23 *
O'TOOLE, Mary; 73; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
OAKLEY, Edward; 62; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
OHLIN, Arthur W.; 15; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
PATRICK Eliza (Mrs. [Col.] Matthewson L.); 82; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 & 25
PEARCE, John Wilson; 77; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
PETAK, Anthony; 39; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
PETERSON, Luella L. (Mrs.); 53; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co. & 23/COT
PETERSON, Melvin; 10; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 (Lincoln, NE)
PICK, Marjorie Agnes; 15; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 37
PITTACK, Gus; 28; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 1
POWERS, Peter T.; 69; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 Graceland Park*
PRENDERGAST, James F.; 90; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34 St John's Cath. Cem, Arcadia,IA**
PROPLESCH, Helen M. (Mrs. Carl); 28; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Bohemian National
PURCHASE, Clarence E. [Dr.]; 59; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
RAGAN, John F.; 58; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
RAPAICH, Milan; 39; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
RAU, Martha (Miss); 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21/COT
REED, George; 46; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 Graceland Park*
ROBINSON, Mabel (Mrs. J. Sam); 34; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18 Stella, NE
ROY, James Wesley; 80; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
SAPIENZA, Concetta; 3m; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23/Douglas Co.
SAVICKY, Zigmont; 55; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 25
SAWICKI, Zigmont; 55; 27 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 St Mary's
SCURR, O. E.; 51; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 14 Coffeyville, KS
SEATER, Thomas J.; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23/COT
SEIDENBURG, Margaret (Mrs.); 77; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34
SKOGLUND, Bertha; 66; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
SMITH, James H.; 32; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
SOCORA, Florez; 2m; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18/Douglas Co.
STADALIS, Joseph; 56; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 St Mary's*
STANTON, Metzler A.; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
STARR, Mr.; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23/COT
STEEL, Anna Marion; 76; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18/Douglas Co.
STEVENS, Mary Helen; 28 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 27 Portal Cem.
STOHLMAN, William J.; 64; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
STOVALL, Mabel (Mrs.); 31; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
STRAWN, Johanna (Mrs.); 70; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 21 Forest Lawn
SUCHY, Frank Charles; 2d; 26 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 25 Bohemian National
TATE, Nellie R. (Mrs. Robert J.); 58; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 16 & 34 Forest Lawn*
TESACHIDEK, 67; 25 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 18/Douglas Co.
TYM, Norris F.; 35; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 Forest Lawn*
VAN TUYL, (Mrs. C. W.); 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 1 Minneapolis, MN
VITHEN, Peter Christian; 51; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 26/Douglas Co.
VON WEG, Frederick; 75; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
WALLACE, Albert; 51; 7 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 23/Douglas Co.
WEBER, Margaret; 77; 5 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 12/Douglas Co.
WESSMAN, August E.; 60; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 34
WIBBELS, Harry; 8 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 1
WINGET, Mary (Miss); 25; 6 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 2 & 23 Fremont, NE*
YODER, Rebecca Artman; 78; 29 Mar. 1929 OWH eve p 37 Forest Lawn

1925 Obituaries

Mary Ann Gugin Johnson Murley (d. Sep 19, 1925)
Friends of Mrs. William Murley were sorry to hear of her death on Sunday
[Sep 19] afternoon.Funeral services were held at Elk City on Tuesday
[Sep 22] at 2 o'clock.Rev. Williams came home from conference to officiate at the services.

Note: She was Mary Ann Gugin Johnson Murley.Daughter of James Gugin.
Married first Levi Johnson. Buried Elk City NE Cemetery.

Virginia (gugin@oregontrail.net)
Source: Pilot [Blair, Nebraska], 23 Sep 1925 [Wednesday]

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Obituary Notices from 1889

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To: NEDOUGLA@rootsweb.ancestry.com
Subject: 1889 obits from the Omaha World Herald (morning edition)
Date: 12 Dec 2006
ANDRESON, (Mrs. Charles); 7  Aug 1889 WH morn p 5
BENNETT, (Mrs. S. C.); 1  Aug 1889 WH morn p 1 (Nemaha, NE)
CONWAY, John; 7  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 (Council Bluffs, IA)
CROCKER, J. H.; 9  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3
CUMMINGS, (Mrs.); 28  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 [Walnut, IA]
DALTON, Harry; inf s/Mrs. F. M.; 14 Aug  1889 WH morn p 3 (Council Bluffs, IA)
DONNELLY, James; 15 Aug 1889  WH morn p 5 Jefferson, IL
EGGLESTON, (Miss); 2  d/George; 7 Aug 1889  WH morn p 8
GEHAN, Kittie; 6m d/Matthew; 1  Aug 1889 WH morn p 8 St Mary's
GEORGE, Lida B. (Mrs. Frank  H.); 7 Aug 1889  WH morn p 8 *
GUMP, Joseph; 1 Aug 1889 WH  morn p 8 Avoca, IA
JONES, inf/L. O.; 24  Aug 1889 WH morn p  8
KEATING, George; 28  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 (Council Bluffs, IA)
KOCK, Mr.; 31 Aug  1889 WH morn p  3
MALONEY, Mr.; 87; 17  Aug 1889 WH morn p 5 (Council Bluffs, IA)
McMAHON, inf; 10 Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 Council Bluffs, IA  
O?BRIEN, D.; 8 Aug 1889 WH  morn p 5 Deadwood, SD
PAINTER, (Mrs. [Dr] H. K.); 9  Aug 1889 WH morn p  3
PETERSON, Ole; 22 Aug 1889  WH morn p 4 Laurel Hill
PHILLIPS, Fannie H. (Mrs.  Thomas); 25 Aug 1889 WH morn p 8
RILEY, Hugh; 45; 30 Aug 1889  WH morn p 5  [GAR]
SHEAHAN, Zeita Francis; 7m  c/Maurice; 28 Aug 1889 WH morn p 8 St Mary's
SHIPLEY, Aggia; d/G. N.; 31  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
SLATTER, Lillie Curtis; 11  Aug 1889 WH morn p 5 Forest Lawn
SPRAY, E. A.; 2 Aug 1889 WH  morn p 1 Red Oak, IA
STURDEVANT, W. K.; 2  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 (died Jun 1888)
SULLIVAN, Michael; 5  Aug 1889 WH morn p  8
TARLEY, child of Charles; 1  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
Unnamed Child; 6  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 (Council Bluffs, IA)
WAGNER, Michael; 10  Aug 1889 WH morn p  3
WALBEE, Lily; inf d/John; 2  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 (Council  Bluffs, IA)
WILSON, (Mrs. E. T.); 1  Aug 1889 WH morn p 3 South  Bend, IN 

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Obituary Notices from 1899

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Subject: 1899 obits from the Omaha World Herald (evening edition)
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 09:39:00 EDT
GOFF, Fred D.; 2 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8
MILLER, Andrew; 2 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8
EGHOLM, Maria (Mrs.); 3 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3
WALFORD Edna (Miss); 5 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 1 Logan, IA*
KENNEDY, Jennie (Mrs. Hugh); 35; 5 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 St Mary's*
MYERS, Henry B.; 67; 5 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3
WILGOCKI, Armin F.; 62; 5 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
UNKNOWN, man; 6 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 1*
NEWMAN, John Phillip (Bishop); 6 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Mechanicsville, NY
SECORD, C. F. (Prof.); 7 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 1
HORKY, inf. dau; 7 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7
OEST, inf. son; 7 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7
JOHNSON, Alinett M.; 6d; 7 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Prospect Hill
FEILER, Joseph; 7 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8/COT
GOLDSMITH, Fannie (Mrs.); 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 1 Pleasant Hill
MEYERS, Bessie (Miss); 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill***
COCHRAN, Rose (Mrs. C. C.); 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Walnut Hill,
Council Bluffs, IA
HOLLENBECK, Bessie Fay (Miss); 16; 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3
HUME, George T.; 31; 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7/Douglas Co.
JENSEN, Sine; 3; 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7/Douglas Co.
WALFORD, Edna; 32; 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7/Douglas Co.
BEYODA, James;9m; 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7/Douglas Co.
DONAHUE, Nellie; 21; 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7/Douglas Co.
FIELER, Joseph; 8 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7/Douglas Co.
WILARD, Charles H.; 55; 10 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
KUHN, Mary; 58; 10 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8
DEMOLLINS; John "Oyster Johnny"; 11 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 1 Forest Lawn
TOZIER, Charles T.; 11 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 2
COPELAND, William W. (Capt.); 68; 11 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Prospect Hill*
OSTROM, Walter George; 4m 26d; 11 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Prospect Hill
McAULIFFE, Con F.; 11 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Smartville, NE
NELSON, Caroline (Mrs.); 50; 13 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 2
COAD, Adeline; 8y 4m 11d; 13 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 2 Holy Sepulchre**
HAVLICEK, Anna; 2; 13 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3
MULCAHEY, inf; 13 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 St Mary's
KELBERG, Edith; 2; 13 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
ST. CYR, Jesse M; 55; 13 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8
STEEN, Anna; 63y 8d; 13 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Blair, NE
COOKSON, Victoria R. Hamilton (Mrs. Cecil); 14 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p1
HEASTON, Franklin; 7; 14 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Walnut Hill, Council
Bluffs, IA
HAAS, Bertha; 43; 14 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Laurel Hill*
SULLIVAN, Mary (Mrs.);14 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 10 Catholic Cemetery
INNES, Mary (Miss); 15 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4?
MASON, Thomas; 16 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Walnut Hill, Council Bluffs, IA
HARALD, Fritz Walter; 3 y 6m; 17 Jul. 1899 OWH Morn p 8 Springwell
BARR, Harvey S.; 17 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 1 Laurel Hill
PFEIFFER, Frederick G.; 17 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 (Council Bluffs, IA)
BOYER, Alice (Mrs. James); 17 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8
SHIELDS, Delia Sullivan (Mrs. Hugh); 60; 17 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 St Mary's
LEWIS, Anna P.; inf; 18 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
PETERSON, Matilda (Mrs.); 18 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
CHROME, Charles; inf; 18 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8
JOHNSON, Francis Elizabeth; 7m; 18 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
KOLACEK, Mary; 2; 18 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
LOGAN, inf; 18 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
HAMILTON, Carl J.; 79; 18 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
JUDD, Kittie; 20; 18 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.*
SANDEL, (Mrs. Joseph), 19 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 (Council Bluffs, IA)
PENDERGAST, John; 22; 19 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.*
HOGAN, William Palmer; 4m; 19 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
BARSELL, Lillie; 11m; 19 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
BEYER, Alice; 24; 19 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
MULLIGAN, Vincent; 19 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre
LUNDIN, Henry L.; 5y; 19 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Laurel Hill
RUSSELL, Jessie; inf; 19 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Laurel Hill
BEARD, W. L.; 60; 20 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
TARRANT, inf; 21 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3
OBLINGER, H. G. P.; 21 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Fairview Cem., Council
Bluffs, IA
KELLY, Ida Jane (Mrs.); 21 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre
Unknown, man; 22 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 1
WACHTER, (Mrs. Louis); 22 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 5 Herman, NE
SAMISH, J. A.; 24 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Council Bluffs, IA)
BECKMAN, Anna Alma; 7m 1d; 24 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
COOK, James Brucker; 2y 8m; 24 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre*
GOUBE, Richard; 25 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3/COT
STAATS, John; 25; 25 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4 Fremont, NE
MELDRUM, John; 59; 25 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7
HOOVER, Jessie; 25 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7
PRIBORSKY, William; 22; 26 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4 Bohemian Catholic
Cemetery
VANCLESPOOL, Samuel B.; 29; 26 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
HUBBEL, Edwin; 51; 26 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
HOOVER, Jennie; 26 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8/COT
NOBLE, Frank; 28 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 1 Klondike, AK)
MERRIAM, John J.; 62; 28 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
KIMBALL, George W.; 75; 28 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
WEININGHOFF, Alma; 1; 28 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
ANDERSON, Ester; 2; 28 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 4/Douglas Co.
NELSON, Amanda (Mrs.); 29 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7 Laurel Hill
BANDOUNER, inf son; 29 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 7 Laurel Hill
JACKSON, T. C.; 71; 31 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3
REED, inf son; 31 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 3
NIXON, Litton Howard; 8m 1d; 31 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Laurel Hill
PERTERSON, Guy Richard; 9m 15d; 31 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Mount Hope
MULLEN, Charles E.; 24; 31 Jul. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre**
JOYCE, Edward; 1 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 4 Chicago, IL
PETERSON, Guy R.; 7m; 1 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8/Douglas Co.
STRANGLE, Kate; 74; 1 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
MOTZ, (Mrs. Samuel); 2 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Pleasant Hill
MUELLER, Joseph; 3 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Walnut Hill, Council
Bluffs, IA
CREARY, W. E. (Maj.); 3 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 1 Arlington National Cemetery
WING, Virginia N. (Mrs. E. H.); 72; 3 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 (x2) Council
Bluffs, IA
OEST, inf twin dau; 3 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 5
VERBA, Vencel; 4 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 4 Fremont, NE
TIMME, Herman; 4 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 7 Bennington, NE
OLSEN, (Fireman); 5 Aug. 1899 OWH p 2
PAYUNK, George; 5 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA*
FURNAS, John W.; 7 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2
MUELLER, Joseph; 7 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Walnut Hill, Council Bluffs, IA
SWEENEY, Thomas; 7 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3
HEWETT, Fred A.; 1; 7 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Clark Cem, Council Bluffs, IA
O'MEARA, Mary (Mrs.); 34; 7 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre
KLESNER, (Mrs. George); 50; 7 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
CAHILL, (Mrs.); 7 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Imogene, IA
From: OmahaMom@aol.com
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Subject: More 1899 obits from the eve Omaha World Herald (includes Omaha area)
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 08:03:02 EDT
"Little Egypt"; 8 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Pontiac, IL
HEJDA, John; 8; 9 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3
SCHARNEK, John; 9 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
BAKER, Mammie Breder; 22 y 1m 20d; 9 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre
SULLIVAN, Co; 65; 9 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 St Mary's
LAHEY, Michael; 52; 10 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 1 & 8 Holy Sepulchre
ADAMS, James (Lt.); 34; 10 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 Laurel Hill***
GISEKE, Otto; 22; 10 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 Prospect Hill***
BENDSEN/BENSON, George (Fireman); 32; 10 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 Springwell***
HOPPER, Charles A.; 32; 10 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 Waterloo, NE***
JOHNSON, Ingred (Mrs.); 73y 6m; 10 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
HALBROOK, John; 19; 11 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 1 & 5
WEAR, Frances; 65; 11 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
FURRY, Elizabetha (Mrs. Nick); 68 y 11m; 11 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 German Catholic
HYDER, John; 12 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 1
CASEY, Thomas F.; 2m; 12 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 St Mary's
GRAYBILL, (Mrs. J.); 54; 12 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3
BARKER, (Mrs. William); 12 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
FINLEY, Minerva Curtis (Mrs. Henry); 12 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 4 *
VAN TUYL, Sarah Ann (Mrs. Ebenezer); 12 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn*
GREATZ, Louis; 88; 12 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
SMITH, James; 14 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 1 *
POPPLETON, Charlotte Kennedy (Mrs. William S.); 14 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 (x2) Prospect Hill*
YOUNG, Fred A.; 27; 14 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
BRYAN, Virginia; 14 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
BYRNES, George F.; 18y 2m 22d; 14 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
MUIR, Margaretta; 2y 2m 18 d; 14 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
NICKS, William B. Jr.; 4; 16 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 Laurel Hill
BURNS, George F.; 18; 16 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
CHURCHILL, Hallie; 21; 16 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2/Douglas Co.
SOUTHMAYD, Martha (Mrs.); 67; 16 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Cuyahoga Falls, OH
MAUL, M. O.; 17 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 & 8 Forest Lawn**
FINLAY, Henry; 17 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 (x2)
VANDERBACK, S. J.; 17 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre
WOODS, Arthur; 18 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 MO
THOMPSON, C. T.; 18 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Topeka, KS
STUBBLEFIELD, Adam; 18 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 McLean, IL
JENKINS, Winnie Sidna; 90y 9m 3d; 18 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Russell, IA
DARNEL, Helen; inf; 18 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Laurel Hill
BIERBOWER, Ellis L.; 18 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 4 Prospect Hill*
BYRNES, George; 18 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8/COT
WESTCOTT, Frank B.; 10m; 19 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Fairview, Council Bluffs, IA
DANDY, Anne E. (Mrs. [Gen.] George B.); 19 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Prospect Hill*
ROMANS, S. P. [Judge]; 21 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 2 Forest Lawn
OLLISTHIK, Albert; 21 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
TAYLOR, Emma May (Mrs. George); 33; 21 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
CONGDON, Isaac H.; 66y 2m 21d; 21 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 *
MEYER, (Mrs. Henry 'nee Neligh); 22 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 St Louis, MO
PARTRIDGE, William George; 64; 22 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn*
MANGAN, Elizabeth; 40; 23 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3
SHANE, Mary; 43; 23 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
MATSEN, Michae; 56; 23 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Springwell
NASON, W. G.; 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 (Council Bluffs, IA)
McCOWN, child; 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3/COT (Council Bluffs, IA)*
CURRY, Alta Irene; 1y 1m; 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Council Bluffs, IA
DORR, Christiana (Mrs. Aug.); 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Prospect Hill
McINTYRE, (Mrs. Chares); 48; 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Holy Sepulchre**
SIMPSON, (Mrs. M. W.); 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8 Forest Lawn
BONEBRIGHT, inf; 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8/COT St Mary's
DUDSON, Samuel; 62; 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
WINSLOW, Sarah (Mrs.); 25 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 10 Mt. Pleasant, Plattsmouth, NE
BARNETT, (Mrs. H. J.); 73; 26 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 3 Atlantic, IA
MAHAN, Patrick; 63; 26 Aug. 1899 OWH eve p 8
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Other Obituaries

James Gugin (1840?-1880)

Source:   Blair, Nebraska Tribune, 30 July 1880

DIED--At his home in Elkhorn City, with asthma and measles on Tuesday, July 27th, [1880], James Gugin in the sixtieth year of his age.  Mr. Gugin was an old and highly respected citizen.  The funeral took place yesterday at 1 o'clock.

Note: James was buried in the Elk City NE cemetery.
Virginia (gugin@oregontrail.net)
1937 c-bar.gif)
ADRAIN, Julius; 67; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
ANDERSON, Andrew; 23 May 1937 OWH Morning Sec D p 1  Forest Lawn Cem.
ANDERSON, Eric P.; 40; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
BARNES, Erskine M.; 60; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 2
BECKNELL, Margaret (Mrs.); 67/87 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14    Oakland, IA*
BEILE; Yenke; 95; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
BEITEL, Izak; 77; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
BJORKMAN, Tillie (Miss); 86; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
BOCK, Oliver G.  27; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14 *
BRANNEN, Mary E. (Mrs. Charles L.); 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20
BRANNON, Mary E. (Mrs.); 62; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18
BUTT, (Mrs. William); 76; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20     Hillcrest Memorial Park Cem.*
CHARVAT, James; 53; d2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14
CORCORAN, John J.; 55; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
CORNELISON, Sarah A.; 78; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14
CORNWELL, Margaret Magdalena; 22; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14 x2   Pleasant Hill Cem.*
DAHL, H. P. [Rev]; 65; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20
DAVIS, Robert Lee; 16; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 & 20     Forest Lawn Cem.
DEGLMAN, Anthony; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     Mankato, MN
DELANEY, Carol Pauline; 5m; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 & 20    Graceland Park Cem.
DOHRMAN, Katherine M. (Mrs.); 72; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14 x2 Graceland Park Cem.*
DONOVAN, Michael P; 79; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 & 20    Holy Sepulchre Cem.
DORMANN, Katherine (Mrs.); 72; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20 x2   Graceland Park Cem.
EVANS, Rose L.; 72; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
FLIET, Oscar; 37; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
FRANZEN, Bertha (Mrs. Gust); 43; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 & 20     Prospect Hill Cem., Elkhorn
GEREIN, Austin E.; 65; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
HALOUSKA, Josefa (Mrs.); 54; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
HARTMAN, O. W.; 78; 23 May 1937 OWH Morning Sec D p 1
HAURIGAN, Richard; 11; 23 May 1937 OWH Morning Sec D p 1    Fremont, NE
JOHNSON, Carl G.; 67; 23 May 1937 OWH Morning Sec D p 1 Forest Lawn Cem.
HAZLETT, Robert H.; 89; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14
HINES, Charles; 44; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 & 20     Graceland Park Cem.
HOLLAND, Michael; 92; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 13 & 14     O'Neill, NE*
HOLZ, Adolph; 74; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14
HYNES, William J. Jr.; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     Holy Sepulchre Cem.*
JELINEK, Alfonso J. Sr; 53; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
KAUSCHIE, Angel; 73; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
KAVICH, Belle (Mrs.); 78; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     Fisher's Cemetery Cem.
KELLY, Michael; 82; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
KIRKPATRICK, Charles L.; 63; 23 May 1937 OWH Morning Sec D p 1  Forest Lawn Cem.
MALMBERG, Robert A.; 24; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
MARTIN, Rose (Mrs. John); 23 May 1937 OWH Morning Sec D p 1 Forest Lawn Cem.
McELROY, Mary A.; 58; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
McINTIRE, Lydia; 67; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 
MICHAELIS, Lawrence; 96;   2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     (GAR)
MILLER, Margaret Emily (Mrs. Charles. E.); 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 & 20   Hillcrest Memorial Park Cem.
MILLER, Olive Virginia (Mrs. Harry B.); 70; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14 x2  Forest Lawn cremation
MOOREHEAD, Robert; 75; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 17
MORGAN, Joseph; 59; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14  *
MORSE, Bertha Theresa; 39; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14 x2     Forest Lawn Cem.
MURPHY, William; 38; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14
NESSELHOUS, W. E. "Billy"; 72; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 2 & 18  Forest Lawn Cem.**
NEWELL, Sophie Alice; 5; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
NOBLE, Lottie; 47; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     Forest Lawn Cem.
NYBERG, Cal; 50; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20
O'NEILL, John George; 54; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
OLSON, Marilyn Lee; inf; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 & 20     Monticello, IA
PABIAN, John; 80; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18  & 20
PAIGE, Thomas; 59; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
PALMER, Christine E. (Mrs.); 85; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 2 & 18     Hillcrest Memorial Park  Cem.
PATTERSON, (Mrs. John); 77; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     E. St Louis
PETERSON, Martin; 60; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 7
PRENTICE, Harold L.; 11; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18     West Lawn Cem.
REAGAN, Bertha (Mrs.); 72; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
REINERT, Frank Daniel; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
RILEY, Charles B.; 59; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     Holy Sepulchre Cem.*
SCOTT, Oliver; 48; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     Freedonia, KS*
SCUTT, Arthur L.; 67; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 18 
SEGAR, Otto; 74; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
SHELLHORN, Howard; 25; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 7 & 20/Douglas Co.
STAN, John; 34; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
TAYLOR, Rosanna (Mrs.); 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
THOMSON, James; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     West Lawn Cem.
TISUE, Ezra; 82; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20  
UHLIG, Robert C.; 69; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
VORSIK, Anton; 57; 23 May 1937 OWH Morning Sec D p 1    Bohemian National Cem.
WARNER, Elizabeth; 91; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14      St Mary Magdalene Cem.*
WENBERG, Gunnilla; 74; 23 May 1937 OWH Morning Sec D p 1    Hillcrest Memorial Park Cem.
WHALEN, Lawrence D.; 65/8; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 2 & 18     Crete, NE
WHITESEL, Rachel; 85; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     Forest Lawn Cem.
WILSON, John Phillip; inf; 4 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 20/Douglas Co.
YOUNG, Ellen (Mrs.); 73; 2 Jan 1937 OWH eve p 14     Prospect Hill Cem.
Ref: from a message on NEDOUGLA-L by Karen 2/2003
1948 DEATH NOTICES
transcribed by Jeanne Rytych
ANDERSON – Mary E. 6941 S 19th St., age 71 years. Survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Fred Ehrlich, Misses Vera and Edith; son, Arthur; 5 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild; 3 brothers, Charles, Axel, and William Anderson; sisters, Mrs Charles Steck and Mrs. William Pflaeging. Funeral: Saturday, 4 p.m. from St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, Rev. A.H. Pinkall officiating. Committal: Graceland Park Cemetery. Crosby – Kunold Mortuary, 24th and J Sts. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
BENISH – Mrs. Anna, age 76 years. Residence 3221 Pratt St. Survived by husband, John M.; 1 daughter, Mrs. Frances Perkins; 1 sister, Mrs. Lulu Benish; 3 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral, Saturday. John A. Gentleman Mortuary, 10 a.m. Interment: Forest Lawn Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
CLARK – Floy E., age 62 years, Waterloo, Neb., R F D. Survived by husband, John; son, James, both of Waterloo; daughters, Mrs. Mary V. Schulz, Yutan, Neb., Mrs. Helen Vanleek, Los Angeles, Cal.; mother, Mrs. Mary E. Lewis, Vancouver, Wash.; sisters, Mrs. Henry Olsen, Netarts, Ore.; Mrs. Walter Carr, Oakland, Calif., Mrs. Ralph De Dascombe; brothers, Ross, Hood River, Ore., Russell, Centralia, Wash., Donald, Port Orchard, Wash., and Harvey Lewis, Centralia, Wash. Funeral services 2 p.m. Saturday at the Swanson Funeral Home in Valley. Interment: Prospect Hill Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
COWMAN – Mrs. Minnie, age 62 years. Residence, 1605 Locust St. Survived by 2 sons, R.L. and W.D. Ehlers, both Omaha; 3 sisters, Mrs Ruth Duncan, Omaha, Mrs. Nell Kenison, Mrs. Ethel Craig, Pacoima, Calif; 1 brother, Harold Bass, Omaha; 4 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Funeral: Saturday, John A. Gentleman Mortuary, 2 p.m. Interment: Forest Lawn Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
BLOEMER – Henry C., 1901 S 16th St., age 54 years. Survived by 4 brothers, Edward, Arthur, Fred and John; 3 sisters, Mrs. Francis Hanrahan, Mrs. Herman Wiese, and Mrs. Thomas Monagban. Funeral services Saturday, 8:30 a.m. at the residence to St. Joseph’s Church, 9 a.m. Interment: St. Mary Magdaline’s Cemetery. Rosary, Friday 8 p.m. at the residence. Dworak-Chapuran service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
DE MEULMEESTER – Charles A., age 67 years, residence, 5012 S 38th St., Dec. 14, local hospital. Survived by his wife, Mary; 2 daughters, Mrs. William Cvitak, Mrs Edward Ebert, both of Omaha; 1 son, Sgt. Michael De Meulmeester, U.S. Army, Fort Lewis, Wash. Remains to lie in state from Friday afternoon. Funeral services Saturday from the Larkin Funeral Home at 8:30 a.m. to St. Mary’s Church at 9. Interment: St. Mary’s Cemetery. Rosary: recitation Friday, 8 p.m. at mortuary. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
ELSASSER – Charles, Portland, Ore. Died at Rock Springs, Wyo. Age 62 years, Dec. 12, 1948. Funeral services, Friday, 4 p.m. Crosby Kunold Mortuary, 32d Ave. and Farnam. Committal: West Lawn. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
GERSTENEKER – Christian, age 88 years, Springfield, Neb. Survived by 1 sister, Mrs. Agnes Mundt?, McClellan, Ia.; 2 nieces. Services Saturday, 2 p.m. from the Claire Funeral Home, Papillion. Interment: Cedar Dell. Rev. Werner Welchert officiating. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
JAMES – J. William (Bill), age 77 years, 312 S 42nd St. Survived by wife, Mary; 4 daughters, Mrs. Mary Arnold, Stockton, Calif., Mrs. Wilma Christensen; Mrs. Grace Moore, both of Omaha, Mrs. Donald Goldsberry, Council Bluffs, Ia.; 6 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral notice later, John A. Gentleman Service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
HANSEN – Capt. Donald Agee, 4114 S 24th St., age 27 years. Died at Assam, Burma, May 19, 1944. [sic] Funeral service Thursday, 2 p.m. Crosby-Kunold Mortuary, 32nd Ave and Farnam. Committal: Voss Mohr Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
HANUS – Vladimir J., age 23 years, 3426 S 15th St. Dec. 15. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Hanus; brothers, Robert, Louis, and Lad; sisters, Mrs. Melvin Burrows and Miss Rose Hanus. Remains forwarded to David City, Neb. Thursday p.m., Brewer-Korisko Service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
HEMPEL – Barney, 4203 S 12th St., age 65 years. Survived by 3 sons, Barney, Robert, and Dale; 3 grandchildren; 3 sisters, Mrs. Anna Muenster, Mrs. Louise Story, Mrs. Minnie Ashburn. Funeral Saturday, 2 p.m. from the Crosby-Kunold Mortuary, 32nd Ave. and Farnam St. Dr. George Bancroft, officiating. Committal: West Lawn Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
HEYDEN – Hans William, age 52 years, 6107 Ruggles St. Survived by wife, Elenora; 2 sons, William, Seattle, Wash., Richard of Omaha; mother, Mrs. Catherine Heyden, Grand Island; 2 brothers, Claus, Omaha, John of Oregon; 4 sisters, Mrs. Freeda Muller, of Scribner, Mrs. Minnie Hardin, Chicago, Mrs. Edna Brown and Mrs. Dora Waddick, Phoenix, Ariz. Funeral Saturday, 10 a.m. Kremer Funeral Home. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
HINTON – William J., Jr., age 4 days. Residence 78th and Dodge Sts. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hinton, Sr. Funeral Friday 9:30 a.m. Interment: West Lawn Cemetery. John A Gentleman Mortuary. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
JENSEN – William O., age 73 years. Residence 4170 Cass St. Survived by his wife, Ada; 3 sons, William, Jr., and Harold, both of Omaha, Walter, Portland, Ore.; 5 daughters, Mrs. A. D. Ryon, Mrs. Thelma Blakeslee, Mrs. Betty Johnson and Miss Josephine, all of Omaha; Mrs. Hazel Bollman, North Platte, Neb; 2 sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Maag, Cedar Falls, Ia.; Miss Florence Jensen, Tucson, Ariz.; 1 brother, Harvey of Massachusetts. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Haynes and Roeder Funeral Home. Interment: Hillcrest. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
JENSEN – Augusta, age 84 years. Notice later. Crosby-Kunold Mortuary, 24th and J Sts. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
PETERS – Grace M., 5068 Jackson. Services in the Garden Chapel, Friday, 2 p.m. Dr. Walter Traub officiating. Interment: Hillcrest. Carlson, Sholin, Hellman service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
RUZICKA – Mr. Oscar J., age 61 years, 3115 Martha St., Dec. 14. Survived by wife, Mrs. Ottila Ruzicka; brothers, Lumir and Richard; sisters, Mrs. Amiel Hledtk and Mrs. Peter Mainelli. Funeral Friday, 2 p.m. at Brewer-Korisko Chapel. Rev A.H. Pinkall officiating. Interment: Bohemian National Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
SCHRADER – Pfc Herbert H., Jr., age 20 years, Iwo Jima. February 26, 1945, 26th Division of the 5th Marines. Survived by his parents, Mr and Mrs Herbert H. Schrader, Sr., 4133 S. 24th St.; 1 brother, Theodore F.; 3 sisters, Mrs. Charles Elliott, Mrs. Donald Kuhns, Miss Beverly Joann; all of Omaha. Funeral services Saturday from the Larkin Funeral Home, 2 p.m. Rev A. H. Pinkall officiating. Interment West Lawn Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 17 Dec 1948, Fri., Page 44)
FISCHER – Herbert W., age 45 years, 4963 Decatur. Survived by wife, Wilhelmina; 1 daughter, Gretchen; 3 sons, William, Robert, Bruce; 2 sisters, Margaret Fischer and Mrs. Arthur Schmad, all of Omaha; 1 brother, Howard, New York City. Services Saturday 3:30 p.m. Kotflize? Memorial Lutheran Church. Interment: West Lawn. Carlson-Sheflin-Hellman service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 18 Dec 1948, Sat.)
GILLEN – Edward, age 63 years, 5319 S 30th St., Dec 17, local hospital. Survived by his wife, Clara M.; 1 son, M. Sgt. James B. Gillen, Cedar Rapids, Ia.; 1 daughter, Mrs. T. H. Elmore, San Jose, Cal.; 2 brothers, James of Omaha, Owen, New York City; 1 sister, Mrs. Ellen Brennan. Funeral notice later. Larkin Funeral Home service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 18 Dec 1948, Sat.)
HANSEN – Fred H., age 73 years, residence, Elks Club. Survived by 1 son, George, Los Angeles, Cal.; 1 nephew, Harry H. Johnson, Omaha. Funeral notice later. John A. Gentleman service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 18 Dec 1948, Sat.)
HOSTEK – John, age 82 years, 2766 Clarkson Ave. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Charles Cheshek of Omaha, Mrs. Jerry Plexbac, Mrs. Joseph Capoun, Loha, Neb.; 9 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral notice later. Kolouch Funeral Home service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 18 Dec 1948, Sat.)
KNAPP – Mrs. Charletta, age 22 years, residence 2308 S 7th St. Survived by husband, Donald W., Sr.; 2 sons, Donald W., Jr. and David P; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Himberger; 6 brothers, Verthal, Theodore, Marty, Delvin, Harley, Jr., Joseph Himberger, all of Omaha; 2 sisters, Mrs. Rose Marie H(B?)ruby, Bancroft, Neb., Mrs. Eunice Petroski, Omaha. Funeral notice later. John A Gentleman service. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 18 Dec 1948, Sat.)
LIPPOLD – Hattie, 4751 ½ N 14th St. Age 49 years. Dec. 16, 1948. Funeral services Monday at 2 p.m. Crosby Kunold Mortuary, 32nd Ave. and Farnam. Committal: Forest Lawn. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 18 Dec 1948, Sat.)
MULCAHAY – Charles T., age 28 years, 2624 Bristol. Survived by son, Charles Mitchell; mother, Mrs. Irene Botts, San Pedro, Cal. Remains will lie in state at the Kremen Funeral Home. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 18 Dec 1948, Sat.)
NOLAN – Robert J., 5235 N 18th St. Age ?9 years, Dec. 16, 1948. Survived by wife, Frances; 1 son, Robert; 1 daughter, Mrs. Lenora Thomas, all of Omaha; 1 sister, Mrs. Edna Anderson, Seaside, Cal. Funeral services Saturday 3 p.m. Crosby-Kunold Mortuary, 32nd Ave and Farnam. Committal: Forest Lawn. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 18 Dec 1948, Sat.)
1968 Obit Index

ALBAUGH, Terry Anthony; 1d s/Terry; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 West Lawn
BIER, Josephine (Mrs. Emil R.); 75; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 St Mary Magdalene
BURROUGHS, Minnie (Mrs. Jeston); 60; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Forest Lawn
CAIN, Richard M.; 67; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Fairview
CAMPBERG, Lyman F. (w/Maude); 86; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Kennard Cem, Kennard, NE
CLATTERBUCK, Annie B.; 84; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Memorial Garden, Fulton, MO
COX, Charles; 80; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Forest Lawn
FARWELL, Gertrude; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78/COT
FELLOWS, James H. E2809CBubaE2809D; 67; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Park
FORSYTH, Mazie Egbert (Mrs. L. R.Sr.); 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Lawn
GETSCHER, Barbara J. (Mrs.); 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78
GLEASON, Nettie M.; 74; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 St. Michael, Sioux Falls, SD
HAZELTON, Leona; 87; 87; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Forest Lawn
HENNINGSEN, Charles "Pete" (w/Laura); 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Hillcrest
HOAGLAND, Roy (w/Alice); 80; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Hillcrest
HORVATICH, Antonia; 75; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Mt Calvary, Elkhorn, NE
HURST, Claire E. (Miss); 67; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Calvary
JONES, Emma E.; 77; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Holy Sepulchre
JONES, Raymond (w/Lena); 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Mount Hope
KAFFENBERGER, Emma S.; 81; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Oak Hill, Plattsmouth, NE
LAUSTRUP, Charles P.; 60; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Memorial Park Cem, Council Bluffs, IA
McCORKINDALE, William J. (w/Martha Vina); 76; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Bellevue Cem
McLEAN, William; 83; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78
MOORHEAD, Jerry; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78/COT
MUNRO, Amanda (Mrs. Donald); 75; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Hillcrest
REED, Mabel L.; 95; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Forest Lawn cremation
RHODE, George H.; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78/COT
SMITH, Nellie; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Graceland Park
THOMAS, Robert M.; 68; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78
TURNER, Ina May; 87; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Ridge Cemetery, Fremont, NE
VACANTI, Alfred C. (w/Mary); 57; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Holy Sepulchre
WAY, Ruby J.; 78; 27 Mar 1968 OWH morn p 78 Graceland Park
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BLACK – Jesse, Cortez, Fla., October 10, formerly of Omaha; age 71. Survived by wife, Frances F. of Cortez, Fla.; son, Jesse of Omaha; stepdaughter, Lorraine Hopkins, Omaha; brothers, Charles and John, Omaha; sister, Mrs. W.L. Trousdale, Wichita Falls, Tex.; 8 grandchildren. Services at the mortuary Thursday. Mr. Black was a member of Nebraska Lodge No 1 AF & AM and the Scottish Rite Bodies of Omaha. Interment: West Lawn Cemetery. BRAILEY & DORRANCE, 4727 Hamilton. ("Omaha World Herald"; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
BOSILJEVAC – Greg Thomas, infant son of Mr. And Mrs. Thomas Bosiljevac, 7712 Pasadena Ave. Survived also by grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nicholas Bosiljevac, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Koziol; great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nicholas Bosiljevac, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Koziol; great great grandmothers Mrs. Mary Mijalski and Mrs. Anna Yakabaus. Funeral: Wednesday 1 p.m. at chapel. Interment: Calvary Cemetery. STASKIFWISCZ MORTUARY. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
BURKE – Thomas F., 7004 Fern Hill Drive, Malibu, Cal., loving father of Thomas F. Burke, Jr. of Malibu; brother of Mrs. J. Keehne of Council Bluff, Ia., and Donald J. Burke, Omaha. Services: Thursday, 10 a.m. in the chapel of Moeller Murphy and Moeller, Santa Monica, Cal. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
DOHSE – Emma L, age 85 years, Pra?e Park Rest Home, October 10. Survived by brothers, Raymond and Edwin McAllister in Minn.; sisters, Mrs Blanche Heide and Mrs. Bette Steinkuehler, both Iowa; several nieces and nephews. Funeral: Thursday 2 p.m. BREWER-KORISKO CHAPEL; Rev. Robert A Murphy officiating. Interment: Laurel Hill Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
ERHART – Frank A., Weeping Water, Neb., age 71. Survived by 5 sons, William, Weeping Water, George, Springfield, Neb, Maurice, Springfield, Neb., Marton, Omaha, Paul, Springfield, Neb.; 2 brothers, Clarence, Omaha, Lawrence, Manley, Neb.; 4 sisters, Mrs. Grace Miller, Louisville, Neb., Mrs. Gertrude McCurdy and Mrs. Hattie Quinn, both of Havelock, Neb., Mrs. Ann Murphy, Weeping Water, 22 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren. Services: Thursday 10 a.m., St. Patrick’s Church, Manley. Rosary: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Fusselman Funeral Home, Louisville. Committal: St. Patrick’s Cemetery. Family suggests masses. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
FROST – Emil (Speed), age 66, 3602 Burt St., Apt No 4. Survived by wife, Betty M.; 2 brothers, Irving K., Omaha, Louis K., Los Angeles, Cal. Funeral Thursday, 10 a.m. from the Kremer Funeral Home. Interment: 2 p.m. Elim Swedish Lutheran Cemetery, Swaburg, Neb. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
GARRITY – John F. (Jack), age 70 years, 925 Military Ave., Council Bluffs; survivors, cousins. Requiem Mass 9:30 a.m. (DST) Thursday, St. Francis Church. Interment: St. Joseph Cemetery. Rosary recitation 8 p.m. (DST) Wednesday at Mortuary. BLEM-BELFORD SERVICE (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
HALD – Edward, Hill Hotel. Survived by nieces, Mary Johnson, Leawood, Kans., Jeanne Clark, Dalton, Pa.; and nephews, Clayton, Lafayette, Cal., Vernon, San Pedro, Cal., Harvey and Sylvester, Omaha; Alfred, Philadelphia, Pa., Robert Jones, Denver, Colo., Dana [sic David] Jones, Cary, Ill. Services Wednesday, 2:30 p.m., from mortuary. Committal Bohemian National Cemetery.  [personal note: Edward Hald m: Agnes Ruppert, who died in 1962 and is also buried in the Bohemian National Cemetery)] CROSBY KUNOLD MORTUARY, 24th and J Sts,  (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
HAMANN – Harriet, age 81 years, 4308 Mayberry St. Survived by sisters, Myrtle Hamann, Omaha, Lillian Nelson in Utah; nieces, Mrs. Darrell (Dorothy) Cayaneau, Monett, Mo., Mrs. Ray (Lois) Fender, Carbondale, Cal. Funeral services Thursday, 11 a.m. from the N. P. Swanson-Kenneth Golden Mortuary. Interment: West Lawn Cemetery. Memorials are acceptable to the Radio Program “Your Hour With God” in care of First Lutheran Church. N. P. SWANSON KENNETH GOLDEN MORTUARY, 2305 Harney. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
HANSEN – Neoma, age 68 years, 455 Houston, Council Bluffs, Ia., formerly of 419 Dorcas St., Omaha. Survived by son, Frank J., Sioux Falls, S.D.; 2 daughters, Mrs. A. M. (Edna) Morgan, Council Bluffs, Mrs. Ray (Mary) Miller, Omaha; brother and sister in Sweden; 11 grandchildren. FUNERAL WEDNESDAY 2 P.M.; DWORAK MORTUARY; Rev. Paul De Freese officiating. Interment: West Lawn Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
HEWITT – Claude R. age 58 years, residence 108 S 49th Ave. Apt 1. Services 8:30 a.m. Tuesday from Johnston Mortuary 9 o’clock Requiem Mass St Cecilias Cathedral. Interment: Holy Sepulchre. Recitation of the Rosary 8 p.m. Monday at mortuary. JOHN E JOHNSTON AND SON, ?11 S 33d St. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
IRVIN – Frank, age 59, 2108 Emmet St., Survived by wife, Ruthie, ……????. Services Friday ? p.m. at ?? Temple Church of God. Interment: Mount Hope. MYERS FUNERAL HOME, ? and Lake Sts; 346-0248. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
MCCONKEY – Charles Henry, age 48, residence 217 Bluffs St., Council Bluffs, Ia. Survived by wife, Fannie, one son Charles H., Jr., Council Bluffs, Ia; 4 daughters, Miss Linda and Sandra of Council Bluffs, Ia., and Mrs. Lonnie Hornbarger of Omaha, Mrs Francis Meehan of North Borro, Mass., his parents Mr and Mrs Clellan White of Malvern, Ia.; brother, Delmar McConkey and one sister, Mrs Wilfried Kyle, both of Malvern, Ia.; 5 half brothers and 3 half sisters. Funeral services Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. at the JOHN A GENTLEMAN MORTUARY. Interment: Forest Lawn Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
MORA – Mrs Bernarda S., age 52 years, residence 5243 S 24th St., October 10. Survived by her husband, Ramon, a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Rita) Guzman, South Bend, Ind.; son, Henry Mora, Omaha; 2 sisters, Mrs Soledad S. Ulion and Mrs. Inez Jauriqui in Mexico; 6 brothers, Melquides and Matias Sandoval, both and [sic] Octoviano Sandoval, all in Mexico; 2 grandchildren. Services Larkin Funeral Home Thursday, 7: 30 a.m. to Our Lady Of Guadalupe Church at 8 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Rosary recitation Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
NARDUCCI – Hulda, 5719 Mayberry. Survived by daughters, Mrs Arnold Samuelson, Robert Lee, Tex., Mrs William C Cole, and Mrs. James Lindsay, both of Omaha; sons, Joseph, Jr., Curtis, Warren, Roger, Eugene, and Dennis, all of Omaha; sisters, Mrs. Gerda Soloman, Los Angeles, Cal, Mrs. Charles Fry, St. Paul, Minn., Mrs. Ormand Czehotzki, Morehead, N.D., Mrs. Ben Wenneson, Valley, N.D.; brothers, Mr. Fred Redman, Valley City, N.D., Mr. William Redman, Rothsay, Minn, Mr. Otto Redman, Nome, N.D.; 18 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Services Wednesday 10 a.m. from Grace Lutheran Church. Interment: West Lawn Memorial Park. BRAILEY AND DORRANCE, 4727 Hamilton St. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
OLTMAN – Darlene Mae, age 38 years, 1217 S 25th Ave., October 9. Survived by sons, Dennis Lee Townsend, U.S. Navy, Gale Oltman; daughter, Kay Oltman; parents, Mr and Mrs. John T. Sarratt and brother, John Edward Sarratt. Funeral Wednesday 2 p.m. BREWER-KORISKO CHAPEL with Rev. A. H. Pinkhall officiating. Interment: Graceland Park Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
PETRICK – Gladys, age 44 years, 3667 Summit St. Arrangements Later. HELLMAN-SHOLIN, 3421 Farnam. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
RICE – Charles H., 76 years, Norfolk, Neb. HEAFEY AND HEAFEY, 3522 Farnam St., 345-1251. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
SMITH – Harold G., age 63 years, Humboldt, Neb. Survived by his wife, Daisy; son, Bruce; father, Art Smith, all Humboldt, Neb.; brother, Merle, Falls City, Neb. Services Thursday, 10 a.m. Wherry Chapel, Humboldt. Burial: Humboldt Cemetery. Memorials acceptable to the Cancer Fund. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
STITT – Frederick J., age 49 years, residence 1467 Emmett St. Survived by 1 son, Thomas D. Stitt; mother, Mrs. Jessie Stitt; 2 sisters, Mrs. Josephine Lehigh, all of Omaha, Mrs. Jeraldine Frank, High Point, N.C.; 2 brothers, Jack Robert of La Crescenta, Cal., Jean David of Omaha; 2 grandchildren. Funeral Services Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. at the JOHN A GENTLEMAN MORTUARY. Interment: Carson, Ia. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
SYPAL – Mrs. Henrietta M. at 7317 S. 40th St., Monday. Age 44 years. Survived by husband, Donald; son, Clarence D., both Omaha; sisters, Mrs. Frank (Julia) Kucera; Agnes Roch, Mrs. Fred Kovar, all David City, Neb., Mrs. Joe Samek, Abie, Neb., Mrs. Thomas Hofbauer, Osceola, Neb., Mrs. James Anderly, Valpariso, Neb.; brothers, Adolph, Hillbourgle, Ore., Henry, Bruno, Neb. Services Thursday, 8:30 a.m. at mortuary. 9 a.m. at Assumption Church. Rosary Wednesday, 8 p.m. Committal: Calvary Cemetery. CROSBY-KUNOLD MORTUARY, 24th and J, 733-1111. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
TROUP – Wallace B., former resident 3405 Dewey Ave., age 75 years. Survived by sister-in-law, Mrs. Leslie Troup; niece, Mrs. C. W. (Betty Lynn) Wiedman, both Omaha. Funeral services Thursday, 1:30 p.m. from the N. P. Swanson, Kenneth Golden Mortuary. Interment: Forest Lawn Cemetery. N. P. Swanson KENNETH GOLDEN MORTUARY; 2305 Harney. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; Wed.; 12 Oct 1966; Page 54)
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1971 partial index

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ABBOUD, Alice C.; 60; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Holy  Sepulchre
ABEL, Clara M.; 81; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 (Council  Bluffs, IA)
ANDERSON, Jennie M.; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Oakland Cem, Oakland, NE
ANDREWS, FRANK E.; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Forest Lawn                           
BJORK, M. Eleanora; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Stockholm Luth Cem, Shicklev, NE
BRUCE, Ora W.; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p 52 Hillcrest  Memorial Park        
DALY, Francis E.; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Calvary
DIETZE, Erua M.; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
FOREMAN, Paul A.; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
HEIMERDINGER, Rowland; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
JOHNSON, Carl A.; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
KNOWLES, David W.; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
LEE, Oudious; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
LILLEY, Anna R. "Susie"; 26 Aug 1971 OWH p  52
MATTSON, Edwin; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
MANAGHAN, Renard  "Barney"; 26 Aug 1971  OWH p 52 Wahoo,  NE
MYERS, Ray O.; 26 Aug 1971  OWH p 52 Forest Lawn
NAAB, JAMES Matthew; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Evergreen
NAYLON, Frances C.; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Holy Sepulchre
OLIVO, Modesto; 26 Aug 1971 OWH p 52 Holy Sepulchre
PAPPA, D. E. "Mike"; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Los Angeles, CA
PICCOLO, Anthony S.; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Calvary
POWELL, Frances M. (Mrs.); 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
RATHE, Mark Allen; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
ROACH, Frank R.; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
RUSSELL, Edmund P. Sr.; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
SLEDGE, Arthur Lee; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
SLEPICKA, Mary; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
SPADER, MATT; 26  Aug 1971 OWH p  52
STOUGHTON, Frank R. [Dr.]; 26 Aug 1971 OWH p 52
STORMS, Sarah Mae (Mary); 26  Aug 1971 OWH p 52 Forest Lawn
THOMPSON, John C.; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Lincoln Memorial Park, Lincoln, NE
WEERTS, Gladys (De On); 26  Aug 1971 OWH p 52 Forest Lawn 
WILMES, George L.; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Saint Joseph's, Council  Bluffs, IA 
WULF, Gustav; 87; 26 Aug  1971 OWH p 52 Blair Cem, Blair, NE
YOST, Herman; 26 Aug 1971  OWH p 52 Hillcrest

Sep. 1971 DEATH NOTICES
transcribed by Jeanne Rytych

BOLEN -- Ivan C. Funeral services: Saturday, 8:30 a.m. at Westside Chapel to St. Cecelia’s Cathedral at 9 a.m. Interment: Calvary Cemetery. Rosary: Friday 8 p.m. at Westside Chapel. JOHN A GENTLEMAN WESTSIDE CHAPEL, 72nd Western Ave.; 391-1664 (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
EHLERS – William A., formerly of Omaha, age 91 years; retired practicing attorney. Member of Nebraska Bar Association. Survived by 1 son, Dr. William A. Ehlers, of Lacey, Wash., 3 daughters, Mrs. Grace Eickhoff and Mrs Beth Smith, both of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. Hazel DeVore, Hermiston, Ore., 1 brother, Daniel; 1 sister, Mrs. Emma Lamb, both of Omaha; 5 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Services: Saturday, 11 a.m. at mortuary. Interment: Forest Lawn Cemetery. CROSBY-KUNOLD MORTUARY, 32nd Ave & Farnam, 345-1886. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46) (Personal note: William August Ehlers marr: Margaret Clara Schork on the 25 Aug 1902 in Omaha; she died in Nov. 1961 and is also buried in Forest Lawn Cem. William died Sep 1971 in Oklahoma City, OK and was buried 2 Oct 1971)
ENGLER – Ruth, 4902 Capital Ave., Wednesday. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Ralph Mlaska, Baltimore, Md.; son, George Willard Engler, Rockford, Ill.; 6 grandchildren; sister, Mrs. D.K. Baxter, Sioux City, Ia.; brother, Willard C. Slabaugh, Omaha, Neb. Services: Friday, 2 p.m. from the Burket Chapel. Interment: Forest Lawn. THE BURKET CHAPEL, 3405 Farnam; 345-0900. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
GILLIAM – Clifford F., 3302 Lafayette, age 59 years. Survived by wife, Jean; daughter, Mrs. Jeri DeGraw, Joptatowne, Md.; grandchildren, Robert and Dawn; brothers, John Gilliam, Blair, Neb., Ben Gilliam, Whittier, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Carl (Ada Andersen) Blair, Neb., Mrs. Harry (Vivian) Larsen, Creighton, Neb. Services: Friday, 10 a.m., at Nativity Chapel, Trinity Cathedral. Interment: Blair, Neb. BRAILEY-DORRANCE-KORISKO,4727 Hamilton St.; 558-1111 (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
GOULD – Issac, age 23 years, formerly of 2108 Binney St., expired unexpectedly Thursday, September 23 in Oakland, Calif. Survived by son, John; daughter, Shantella; parents Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gould; 6 brothers, Robert, Esaw, Decatur, Calvin, Anthony, Gary; 2 sisters, Ora Jean, Betty Jean; grandparents, Mr. Eugene Mayo, all of Omaha, Mrs. Luvenia Wheeler, Helena, Ark.; uncles, aunts; other relatives. Services: 2 p.m. Friday Faith Temple Church of God in Christ, 2108 Emmet St. Interment: Mount Hope. THOMAS FUNERAL HOME, 3920 N 24th St; 453-7111. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
HUFF – William, age 68 years, Gretna, Neb. Complete notice later. KAHLER MORTUARY, PAPILLION. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
HUGHES – Leslie H., age 85 years, residence St. Vincent’s Home. Survived by 1 daugther, Mrs. Orville (Rachel) Surber, Omaha; 2 sons, George, of Elkhart, Ind., Paul, of Sioux City, Ia.; 12 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Patrick’s Church, Cedar Falls, Ia. Rosary: 8 p.m. Friday at the DahlVan Hove Funeral Home, Cedar Falls, Ia. Mr. Hughes will lie in state at the Roeder Mortuary until 9 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Hughes was a former Postmaster at Cedar Falls, Ia. ROEDER MORTUARY, 50th, Ames Ave.; 453-5600. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
PEASINGER – Michael J., age 85 years, 4436 Hickory St. Veteran of World War I, Knights of Columbus, and the American Legion. Survived by his wife, Elizabeth H. (Schrad); also survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral service Friday, 9:30 a.m., from the mortuary, to Holy Cross Church at 10 a.m. Interment: Calvary Cemetery. Rosary: Thursday evening, 8 p.m. at mortuary. JOHN A GENTLEMAN MORTUARY, 3411 Farnam St.; 345-1664 (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
RANDALL – Frank M., age 74 years, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Sept 25, 1971, Veteran of World War I, Member of the American Legion Post No 331 and Magic Barracks No. 1399. Survived by son, F. (Randy) Randall, Omaha; sisters, Mrs. Cecilia Bailey, Mrs Helen Stolzman, both of Omaha. Services: Friday, 9:30 a.m. Larkin Chapel to Adalberts Church at 10 a.m. Interment: St. Mary Magdalene Cemetery. Recitation of rosary Thursday, 8 p.m. LARKIN FUNERAL HOME, 24th and J; 733-0493 (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
REDD – Vernon C., age 48 years, 2859 Spencer St., Monday, survived by wife, Genevieve Biggs Redd, Omaha; son, Vernon III, Chicago, Ill.; 3 daughters, Cynthia, Marsha Redd, Wichita, Kansas, Mrs. Virginia Robinson, Omaha; father, Mr. Vernon Redd, New York City, NY; 2 sisters, Mrs. Patricia Creal, Eugene, Ore., Mrs Jean Turner; 2 aunts, Mrs. Frankie Redd, Mrs. Helen Williams; uncle, Sam Fellows, Omaha; 2 grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and other relatives. Services 10 a.m. Friday, Allen Chapel, A.M.E. Church Interment: Forest Lawn. THOMAS FUNERAL HOME, 3920 N 24th, 453-7111. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
REIFSCHNEIDER – Leland R., age 71 years, 801 S 52nd Apt 2013. Survived by wife, Ida May; sons, Roland G (Bud) and Robert; daughter in law, Jeanie; grandchildren, Valeri, Candace, Todd, Jason, and Carrie May. Services Friday 2 p.m. at Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church. Interment: Hillcrest Memorial Park. BRAILEY-DORRANCE-KORISKO, 4727 Hamilton, 558-1111. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
STEWART – Edward W., age 88 years, 3600 N 24th St., Tuesday. Survivors: 2 daughters, Mrs. Celesta S. Wiggins, Omaha, Mrs. Ceilla C. Tilford, Portland, Ore.; 2 sons, William E. Stewart, Virgil T. Stewart, Dayton, Ohio; 9 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; 1 great-granddaugter [sic]. Services Saturday, 9:30 a.m., St. Benedict Catholic Church. Interment: family plot, Calvary Cemetery. Rosary: Friday, 7 p.m., chapel. MYERS FUNERAL HOME, 22nd, Lake Sts.; 346-0248. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
SUTTON – John Clark Milburn, 505 East 15th Ave., and 1502 Bluff St., Bellevue, Neb., age 81 years, Sept. 28, 1971. Survivors: wife, Agnes Catherine (Jensen); sons, John E., Omaha, Justin D., Bellevue, J. Daniel, Omaha; brother, Earl Ford, Lincoln, Neb., sister, Mrs. Esther (Ford) Mercer, Massillon, Ohio; 1 granddaughter; nephew, Mr. George Brokaw, Rule, Ark.; niece, Mrs. Ida Scalone, Binghamton, N.Y.; other nieces and nephews. Services: Saturday, 10 a.m., St. James United Methodist Church of Bellevue, 1501 Franklin St., Rev. Fred E. Loder officiating. Interment: Bellevue Cemetery. “Whosoever will may come” CROSBY-KUNOLD MORTUARY, 24th, J Sts., 733-1111. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
SWANSON – Arthur W., age 91 years, 2315 N 49th St., retired Omaha Public Power District and Treasurers Office, Douglas County Court House. Survived by granddaughter, Mrs. Colleen Woelfel and grandson, Donald M. Francis, both Omaha. Funeral Services Saturday, 9:30 a.m. from the Swanson-Golden Chapel. Interement: Forest Lawn Cemetery. (“Omaha World Herald”; Omaha, Nebraska; 30 Sep 1971; Thurs.; Page 46)
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Marie V. Lyle (30 Oct 1937-27 Oct 1973)
Lyle, Marie V., age 37 years, 3207 Decatur. Survived by husband, Briley B. Lyle, H.T.C.M., Navy. Sons, Anthony Lewis Lyle, Joseph Michael Lyle, both of Omaha.  Two daughters, Mrs Debra Muddock, Wacs, Ft. Gordon, Georgia, Mrs. Geralidine De Vault , Manchester, New Hampshire. Son George G. Lehmann, Bitter Sewett, Minnesota. Sister Mrs. Luana Jones, Idaho Falls, Idaho.  Cremated Oct 31, 1973, Scattered Ashes in Cemetery (Lilac Garden).  Service at Chapel. Crosby Kunold Burket 32nd & Farnam.
Source: Omaha World Herald [evening] Tuesday, Oct. 30, 1973, page 28.
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Gladys M. COONEY, age 93, b. Omaha, NE., d. Tues, 20 May 1997, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Prev res: Westlake Village, CA Surv: 2 great nieces, one living in Kearney, NE and the other in Florida; 1 great nephew in St. Louis, MO.  Serv: Tues. 27 May , 2 pm at Kramer Funeral Home, Coral Springs CA.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles [CA USA] Times, p A32, Friday 23 May 1997
Anne Goldstein DIAL (b 1913, Denver CO) (d. ? Aug 1997?)
Attended
Creighton Univ., Omaha, NE
1949: Moved to Beverly Hills, CA.  Retired at 80 yrs of age from Mark Securities. Survived by a daughter.
Services Fri, at Hillside Memorial Park, Mortuary Chapel. Groman Eden Mortuary, directors.
Memorial donations to Jewish Home for the Aging, please. Note:  Death date is not given.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles (CA USA) Times, page A24, Thurs 21 Aug 1997.
Thomas Stanley MICEK, Born 3 Jun 1898, Missouri Valley, IA, Family moved to Omaha, NE when he was young. 1923: Moved to California. Died 31 Mar 1997 (Altadena, CA?)
Married 1928 to Glen Webster of CA. (wife dec.)
Was CPA until retired at age 95 yrs.
Survived by a daughter and two grandchildren.
Service: Sat. 6 Apr at St. Elizabeth's Church, 1879 North Lake Ave, Altadena. Burial at Mountain View Cemetery, Altadena.
Memorial donations please:  Optimist Youth Foundation, c/o Mary Jeffe, Treasurer 6237 La Tijera Blvd. Los Angeles, CA  90056
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles (CA) Times, page A28, Friday, 4 Apr 1997.
Ruth Lois MINOR, b. 20 Nov 1908, Omaha, NE, d. 6 May 1997, Columbia West Hills Hospital (Woodland Hills, CA?)
Grad: Ohio State University, Mmbr: AAUW, San Fernando Valley Board of Realtors, Woodland Hills Women's Club.  Realtor in partnership with husband, Harold E. Minor (dec 1967).   Survived by a neice and a nephew, grand nephews and a grand niece.  Memorial service: 10 May at Villa Piacere, 22160 Ventura Blvd, Woodland Hills.  Memorial donations to AAUW or charity of choice.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles [CA USA] Times, p A30, Friday, 9 May 1997.
Virginia Knudsen MONTAGUE - age 79 (b 12 Jul 1918, Omaha, NE)(d 10 Aug 1997 San Fernando, CA?)
Predeceased by husband Charles.  Survived by 3 sons, 8 grdch., 4 g-grdch.
Service: Fri., 22 Aug at Saint Simon's Episcopal Church, San Fernando, CA.  Memorial donations to the church, please.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles Times (CA), page A24, Thurs 21 Aug 1997.

Nell SARTOR - age 88, b. Ralson, NE, d. 13 Aug 1997 in Los Gatos-Saratoga area, CA
1946-1995: Resident of Altadena, CA, Predeceased by husband: Ernest Reed Sartor.   Servived by: a daughter & a son, 4 grdch.  Service: Wed 27 Aug 1997 at Mountain View Chapel, 2400 N. Fairoaks Blvd, Altadena, CA
Memorial donations to Spastic League of Pasadena, please.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles (CA USA) Times, page A24, Thurs 21 Aug 1997
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GILMORE, Sylvia E. (1907-1998)
GILMORE, Sylvia E., age 91; born November 4, 1907 in Omaha, Nebraska; passed away December 27, 1998 in Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Panorama City [, CA].  She is survived by her beloved husband of 60 years, Robert T. Gilmore, Jr.; two sons, Richard Barnes and Robert III; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great nephews, great-grand-nieces and great-grand nephews; many other relatives and a legion of friends.
     A 35-year resident of North Hollywood, her career spanned more than 43 years as an executive secretary for the Army Corps of Engineers, and for a short stint before Genearal George Patton left for Africa was his top secret secretary.  After retirement she became a confidential secretary to various accounting firm partners of Ernst & Young for over 11 years and was a volunteer for the Los Angeles County Probabtion Dept for 7 years.  She was still an active officer in the Scottish Rite Womens Association, the PEO sorority, and the North Hollywood Womens Club.  She was a caring and generous friend to nearly everyone she came in contact with.
     Donations may be made in her memory to the Los Angeles Scottish Rites Language Disorders Center, the Shriners Hospital for Children, or the Hollywood Lodges Home Endowment.  Services will be held 1:30 pm, Saturday, January 2, 1999 at the Church of the Recessional, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale.
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Note: No maiden name, no parents named!  Name at opening is in bold, nothing else that is unusual.
Source: The Los Angeles [CA] Times, page A24 - Thursday 31 Dec 1998.
Lee Kamenow (age 78, Oct. 6, 1998)
Kamenow, Lee 78: a native of Omaha, Nebraska; resident of Los Angeles, California in 1952; passed away Tuesday, October 6, 1998. Survived by her loving husband Jerry; sons David R. (Elaine) and William R. (Rachel); grandchildren Marisa, Seth and Brandon; her brother Ben Zollotouchen. Funeral services will be held 11 am, Friday at Eden Memorial Park. Malinow and Silverman Mortuary directors.
Ref: Los Angeles [CA USA] Times, p.A24, Thurs 8 Oct 1998.
SHIRLEY, Joseph P. (1915-1998)
Joseph P. SHIRLEY, b. 7 May 1915, Omaha, NE Parent: John P. Shirley, d. 8 Mar 1998
Employed by Gunther & Shirley Construction Co., which was founded by his father, John P. Shirley & an Uncle.
Survived by wife, 2 children, 2 grandchildren, one brother. Also by a step-family.
Services: Holy Cross Cemetery, 11 am, 12 Mar 1998.  Memorial donations please: St. John of God Hoospital,
2035 W. Adams, Los Angeles, CA  90018 or Angels Attic, 516 Colorado Ave, Santa Monica, CA  90401.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), Thurs., 12 Mar 1998, page A28.
SMITH, Ralph Corbett (abt 1894-1998)
Major General Ralph Corbett SMITH, age 104 b. Omaha, NE; d. [Jan 21, 1998] Wednesday, Palo Alto, CA
Education: Colorado State College
1916: Colorado National Guard
          Lt under Gen. John J. Pershing during Mexican Revolution expedition against "Pancho" Villa.
1917: To France under Pershing, battlefield promotion to Major
Pilot license #13, taught by Orville Wright.
Taught at West Point, served all over the USA
WW II: Led 27th Infantry Division, Makin Atoll (1943)
             Assisted in establishing CARE.
1947: Retired, many decorations.
Member of American Legion Post at Fremont, CA.
Twice widowed.  Survived by 3 gch, 6 grt-gch.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) page A28, Saturday 24 Jan 1998
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BALL, Louis Channing  (1918-2000)
BALL, Louis Channing [American flag in upper left corner to indicate veteran]
     Louis Channing Ball, born in Omaha, Dodge [sic Douglas]  County, Nebraska on August 31, 1918 succumbed after a long illness on December 26, 2000.  The son of Mildred S. and Julian Norman Ball, Louis was reared and educated in Nebraska graduating from the University of Nebraska in 1940.  He was a devoted member of Nebraska Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi.  Following graduation from college, Mr. Ball played an important role in the early months of WWII while responsible for open pit mining operations at the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) mine in Bauxite, Arkansas.   During WWII this was virtually the only source of aluminum ore for the U. S.   In 1944 he became an officer in the U.S. Navy serving in the Pacific Theater.   Following war service, he joined Kaiser Industries prospecting in the U.S. and South America for bauxite ore, and with Kaiser Gypsum in nothern California.  In the early 1950's he was Southern Regional Manager for Rheem Manufacturing Company in Houston, TX and New Orleans, LA.  In 1959 he began a long consulting career in California in non-metallic minerals, mergers and acquistions.
     He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Louise Benson Ball, whom he married in September, 1940.  He was predeceased by his brother, Julian N. Ball, and his only son, Louis Channing Ball.  He is survived by his daughters, Margaret Dickey Richardson (Larry), Victoria Louise Johnson (David), grandsons Benjamin and Erik Johnson and Clayton Richardson.  He is survived by his sister, Mary Lou Padbury (Robert), nieces and nephews.
     A man of eclectic tastes he loved his many friends, reading, prospecting, cooking and volunteer activities and was cherished by his family members.
     A private memorial service will be held at a date to be announced.
     Gifts in his memory should be directed to the Eck Frank Schramm Chair, Department of Geology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68588  or to the WWII Memorial, Washington, DC.
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Source: The Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, page B11, Sunday 31 Dec 2000.
OLIVER, Helen Fisher (1920-2000)
OLIVER, Helen Fisher, (79)
     Born in Omaha, Nebraska on November 6, 1920, passed away in Covina, Ca. on November 4, 2000.  She was a schoolteacher for 27 years in Orange, CA., and a resident of Orange County for 42 years.  She leaves behind a son, Dr. James F. Oliver, daughter-in-law Marian Puder Oliver, a daughter Susan Nekota, 2 grandsons, Michael and Daniel Oliver, 3 granddaughters Jessica Spooner, Noni N. Accetturi and Kay Nekota. 
     Memorial services will be on Helen's birthday Monday, November 6, 2000 at 4:00 p.m. at United Methodist Church, 437 West San Bernardino Road, Covina, Ca.  91723.  Private interment is at Fairhaven Cemetery in Santa Ana, CA.
     In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to: Helen F. Oliver.   Memorial Fund at Covina United Methodist Church.
Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, page B10 - Tues 7 Nov 2000
WAGGONER, Dorothy Bryne (1913-2000)
Extract....

Dorothy Byrne WAGGONER, b 23 Mar 1913 in Omaha, NE. Died 27 Nov 2000 in Arcadia, CA. Survived by husband Paul & 2 children. Graveside services 2 Dec at San Gabriel Cemetery
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Note - Have NO idea why there was so much delay before the above appeared in the newspaper!
Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, Fri 2 Feb 2001 , page B8.

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BENDAT, Bessie (1918- 2001)

Bessie BENDAT b 26 Nov 1918 Omaha, NE d. 20 Apr 2001, m1: Aaron Feinblatt, pharmacist, m2: Dr. Benjamin Bendat (16 yrs). Survived by son Joel Feinblatt, 2 sisters, step-children. Services 26 Apr at Eden Memorial Park, Mission Hills.
Source: Extract from Los Angles [CA, USA] Times, Wed 25 Apr 2001, page B8.
Lillian Evelyn BERNSTEIN, b 10 Sep 1920, Omaha, NE, d. 9 Oct 2001 (Los Angeles, CA?)
Mar: Morris Bernstein (husband dec.) 1954: Started Caravan Book Store in LA.

Surv: 3 children, grdch & g-grdch., sister Helen Shapiro.
Serv: Hillside Memorial Park, today at 3 pm.
Memorial Donations: Tower Hematology Research Foundation.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles Times [CA USA] page B11, 11 Oct 2001.
BARLETT, Natalie (1913-2001)
BARLETT, Natalie Agnes b. 23 Jan 1913 in Omaha, NE. Died 23 Feb 2001 (after 5 mo illness,Long Beach, CA?) Education: Teaching defree at Kendall College of Physical Education.  BA from Univ. of Wisconsin, LaCrosse  Mstrs in Phys. Educ. from TX Women's Univ. (Denton, TX) WW II: Served with Amer. Red Cross in So Pacific & Australia. Thereafter taught school in Long Beach, CA. Was volunteer at Sherman Gardens in Corona Del Mar, CA  (note: houses collection of early Spanish records for CA) Tutor of Japanese woman - English and American customs. Played tennis, golf; skied, sailed.   Memorial service: 23 Mar 2001: Harbour Mobile Home Estates,  Huntington Beach, CA.
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Source: extract Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, Sunday, 4 March 2001, page B9.
CLEVENGER, Ray R. (d. 2001 age 80)
Ray R. Clevenger, 80 yrs, raised in Omaha, NE. d. 17 Jan 2001 in Olympia, WA. Early in life, worked as big band drummer. Had won 3 Emmy's as television director.
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Source: Extract from Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, Thurs 25 Jan 2001, page B10.
CRUICKSHANK, Brain Eugene (1934- 2001 age 45)
CRUICKSHANK, Brian Eugene
b 21 Oct 1934 at Omaha, NE
d 26 Oct 2001 at Ventura, CA

Lived in Long Beach, CA for 45 yrs, before move to Ventura
Member: Sheet Metal Workers International

Survivors: wife, 1 dau, 1 son, 3 grandchildren. 
Funeral mass Wed 31 Oct, Our Lady of Assumption
3175 Telegraph Road, Ventura, CA
Memorial donations to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,
100 Corporate Pointe Suite 180, Culver City, CA  90230.
Source: Extract from Los Angeles Times, Tues 20 Oct 2001, page B13
GILINSKY, Robert H. (d. 2001)
GILINSKY, Robert H. - b Omaha, NE.  d. October 2, 2001.
Wife: Hanne. Dau: Margaret.  Survived by a sister, a brother, a nephew, several nieces.
Memorial service: 10 a.m. Sun 7 Oct Hillside Memorial Park. Hillside Mortuary (800) 576-1994
Note - no birthdate or age given. 

Source: Extract from Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, 6 Oct 2001, page B17.
JACKSON, Mildred A. (1913- 2001)
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Mildred A. JACKSON b 19 Mar 1913 Omaha, NE d. 16 Apr 2001 in North Hollywood, CA.   Survived by a daughter and grandchildren. Service 19 Apr at Glen Haven Mortuary with interment at Glen Haven Memorial Park, Sylmar, CA
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Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, Wed 18 Apr 2001, page B10.
McGUIRE, Dorothy (d. 2001, age 85)
McGUIRE, Dorothy - actress, b Omaha, NE, d Thurs in Santa Monica, CA - age 85.
First appeared on stage at Omaha Community Playhouse, age 13, with Henry Fonda.
Attended college in Omaha and in MA.
1943: to Hollywood, first movie "Claudia".
Husband: John Swope (photographer). 
She was a co-founder of La Jolla Playhouse.
Career included stage, movie and television productions.
Movies: "Tree Grows in Brooklyn", "Gentleman's Agreement", Spiral
Staircase", "Gentle Persuasion", "Swiss Family Robinson", "Old Yeller",
"Three Coins in a Fountain", The Dark at the Top of the  Stairs", etc.  
Retired in the 1990's.  Survived by a son and a daughter.
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Note:  Above is extract from article by Dennis McLellan. (It fills 1/3 of a page.)
Source: Extract from Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, 15 Sep 2001, page B10.
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Sharon M. KASPAR, b. 10 Oct 1944, Omaha, NE; d. 20 Sep 2002, Valley Village
Career in music and TV. Surv: a son, a sister, a niece and a nephew.  (No statement about services or burial)
Ref: Los Angeles Times (CA), Wed 30 Oct 2002, page B11.

Esther Rozen MILLER, b. 28 Jun 1907, Omaha, NE; Parents: Phillip & Lena Kravetz, d 20 Nov 2002, Van Nuys, CA.  Residences: Tulsa, OK; 1924: CA. Spouses: Harry Rozen and Charles Miller. Surv: a daughter, son-in-law and 2 grdch.  Service: Mon, 25 Nov at Hollywood Forever Cemetery Chapel. Mem. donations to Sisterhood of Temple Beth Hillel.
Ref: Los Angeles Times (CA),  Sun. 24 Nov 2002, page B17.
Monsky, Sharon (1954?-2002).
Sharon MONSKY (48 yrs) b Omaha, NE, d 11 May 2002 in Santa Barbara, CA;  of scleroderma

Founder of the Scleroderma Research Foundation in Santa Barbara, CA.  "which has raise more than $14 million for research."; foundation funds two research centers (San Francisco and at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD)

While in Omaha was a figure skater, achieved national ranking.  Grad: Pitzer College, Claremont, CA and Stanford University.

1980-1981: Sought diagnosis.  1985: Resigned from McKinsey & Co.
1986: Founded the Scleroderma Research Foundation.
Later - Appeared before Congress; was appointed to an advisory board of NIH.   Participated in  "For Hope", a TV movie about the disease.

Survived by husband, Mark Scher; a son and 2 daughters. Also suriving: mother a sister and a brother.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles Times (CA) Saturday 18 May 2002  page B17
Clinton Thompson "Duke" PADDOCK, b 18 Mar 1905, Omaha, NE, d 7 Mar 2002 (Jacksonville, FL?)
Wife: Catherine Northern (m. ca. 1931, she dec. 2001); Parents: George Washington and Frances (Thompson) Paddock.

1918: Moved to Kansas City, MO; 1926 Grad: Univ. of MO; 1932 Grad: Kansas City School of Law
WW II: US Army; Empl: Proctor & Gamble, 30 years. ca.1988, moved to Jacksonville, Florida.

Surv: sister-in-law and a nephew.
Serv: 11 am, 11 March at Chapel of Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach, Florida.
Memorial donations to either of following:
Alumni House, 900 Bridier, Jacksonville, FL
or Hospice of Northeast Florida, Jacksonville, FL.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles [CA] Times, page B15, Sat., 9 Mar 2002.
Perelman, Harry, (1917-2002).

PERELMAN, Harry - M. D. (surgeon), b. 28 Apr 1917, Omaha, NE, Served during WW II, in Asia, Played violin with Los Angeles Doctor's Symphony Orchestra. Chief of Staff: Westside Hospital, 1985: Retired. d. 21 Mar 2002, Los Angeles, CA.  Wife Julia d. 2000.   Survived by 2 sons, one dau-in-law, two grandchildren.
Services: 24 Mar at Hillside Memorial Park & Mortuary, 6001 Centenela Ave, Los Angeles
Memorial donations to Wilshire Blvd Temple Camps, 3663 Wilshire Blvd, L.A. Calif.   90010
Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, 22 Mar 2002, page B13 [abstract]
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Real, Eugene (1921-2000)
REAL, Eugene
     Passed away at home on November 27, 2000 surrounded by his three daughters.  Born April 2, 1921, in Omaha, Nebraska, he moved soon after to Southern California with his family.
     He spent 3 1/2 years in the U.S. Navy during WW II and was discharged as Chief Radio Technician.  He and his wife of 30 years, Dorothy, spent most of their married life in Northridge, where they raised three daughters. Eugene was very proud of his 36 year career with Pacific Telephone Company, where he worked up to the position of District Manager.
     He developed a passion for amateur radio as a young boy and over 63 years, meeting people all over the world and winning many awards.  Later in life he took up golf and just couldn't get enough of it.  But most of all he loved being with his family and friends, who will miss him dearly.
     Mr. Real is survived by his daughters, Carolyn Real Holm, Joanne Conely and Diane Real; his grandchildren, Paul Conely, Chris Conely, Lindsey Holm and Brian Holm, his great-grandchildren, Jacob, Patrick, Emily and Ethan Conely; many special neices and nephews and his cousin, Patty Fagan.  He is preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Real, his brothers, Bob and Jim Real and his sister, Ellen Reilly.
     Rosary will be held Wednesday, November 29th at 7:00 pm at Lorenzen Mortuary, Reseda.  A funeral mass will be celebrated Thursday, November 30th at 10:00 am at St. Joseph the Worker Church, Canoga Park.  Interment will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City.  Lorenzen Mortuary (181) 343-4677.
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Note: Last of his generation! 
Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, page B10 for Wed 29 Nov 2000
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SCHAFER, Earl H. (1923-2001)
SCHAFER, Earl H. (77) Born March 2, 1923 in Omaha, Nebraska.  Passed away February 9, 2001 in Newport Beach, California.  Resident of Southern California since 1948.  Predeceased by father Earl F. Schafer and mother, Lorna McMartin Schafer.
     Baloved husband of 53 years to Sallie Jae (Hill).  Devoted father of daughters Lorna (James) Kinkead, Sheila (John) Murrell, Elizabeth (Raymond) Lewis, Jacqueline Schafer and son Richard (Jennifer).  Loving grandfather of six grandchildren.
     Attended Creighton Prep in Omaha.  Served in U.S. Army European Theatre during World War II.  Earl was Owner and Manager of Lincoln Place Apartments 1963-1985.  He greatly enjoyed power boating and was a long-standing member of California Yacht Club, Marina del Rey,.  Earl was an active supporter of the Venice (California) Boys and Girls Club.
     Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 1:00 PM at Holy Cross Cemetery Chapel.
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Note: above obit repeated on page B8 of newspaper for Monday 12 Feb 2001.
On both days, a flag of USA appeared in upper left corner.
Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, page B13 - Sun 11 Feb 2001
TINSLEY, Clover U. (1907-2001)
TINSLEY, Clover U.
     Born May 14, 1907 in Valley, Nebraska, passed away Feb. 4, 2001 in Irvine, CA.  Loving mother of Jackie Wiley.  Grandmother of Michael & Christopher Wiley; great grandsons Derek, Spencer and Conner Wiley.   Memorial service on Thurs, Feb. 8 at 11 AM at Saddleback Chapel in Tustin, CA.
Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, page B13 - Sun 11 Feb 2001
UNVERT, Robert Allen (1956-2001)
Robert Allen UNVERT, b 22 Feb 1956 Omaha, NE  (Parents Janet & Dale Unvert). 1965, to Newport Beach, CA. 1997, married T.L Rogers on Catalina Island, CA. Owned Oceanwatch Productions. Died 18 May 2001. Survived by wife, parents & step-parents, siblings & step-siblings. Memorial service: 24 May at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Newport Beach.  Burial at sea.
Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, Tues, 22 May 2001, page B13.
VINCENT, Thomas Perris  (d. 2001 age 71)
Thomas Perris VINCENT, Jr., 71 yrs. Born Omaha, NE.   Died 19 May 2001, Gardena, CA. (his home of 40 yrs) Survived by wife and children; a brother; 19 g-ch, 3 grt-g-ch.  Had served in Navy; retired from Treasury Dept. McMillan & McCormick Mortuary in charge.  Funeral Mass 24 May at St. Anthony of Padua.  Interment 25 May at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City.
Source: Los Angeles [CA, USA] Times, Wed, 23 May 2001, page B13.
CRAWFORD, Rosemary L., Born 27 Feb 1927, Omaha, NE, Died 10 Jun 2001, Palm Desert, CA
Parents: Joseph & Annus Roth Dolan
Married Robert L Crawford, 18 Jun 1947, Omaha, NE

Survived by husband, one son, two daughters, 2 grdch.

Service: 16 Jun 2001, directed by Wiefels and Son.
Burial at Mission San Luis Rey Cemetery,
4050 Mission Ave., Oceanside, CA
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles (CA) Times, page B17, 16 Jun 2001.
KERNER, Jeannette, 85 yrs, Born Omaha, NE., Died 25 May 2001, Los Angeles, CA

Charter member of Screen Actors Guild, 1936. Character actress - started in 1937 film "History is Made at Night". Also appeared in movies made for television by her son.

Notes: Son is NOT named.
No statement appears about services or place of burial.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles (CA) Times, page B14R, Sat 2 Jun 2001.
GERSHUNY, Doris Altman, b 28 Nov 1900, Omaha, NE; d Sunday, 19 Aug 2001
1912: to California
1925: married Coleman C. Gershuny
Active in American Red Cross, American Women's ORT and Wilshire Boulevard Temple.

Survived by 2 children, 2 grd-ch, 5 grt-grdch.

Services: 2 pm Tues. Hillside Memorial Park, Hillside Mortuary in charge.
Source: Los Angeles Times, Tues, 21 Aug 2001, page B13.
WEBB, Inez Patricia Kavanagh (1927-2001)
Inez Patricia "Pat" Kavanagh Webb, 74, b. 6 Jun 1927 in Omaha, NE, d. 24 Dec 2001
Family services were held. Dungeness Cemetery, Sequim, WA
Survived by Wilsie "Bill" Webb (spouse) & 5 children.
Memorial contributions: Hospice of the Valley, 510 E Flower St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
Ref: Extract of obit in The Sequim Gazette (Washington), Wednesday, 15 May 2002.
 
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ADAMS-Walter Roy "Scrappy", age 76, 4/13/2002, of Omaha.
VISITATION Wed. 4-8 pm, Larkin Chapel. SERVICES Thurs. 10 am at the Chapel. Interment Graceland Park Cemetery.
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BELVIN-Patricia (Matthews), Santa Fe, New Mexico, died April 13. Preceded in death by husband, Percy W. S. Belvin, parents Francis P. and Claire Matthews and sister Mary Claire Dwyer.  Memorial Service at a later date
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BENAK-Dorothy (Kloch), 60, passed away peacefully in Phoenix, AZ, April 12, 2002. She was born July 24, 1941 to Joseph and Lucille Koch in Omaha, NE. A loving wife, mother and grandmother.
Dorothy shared her love of life and music with many; her voice and violin were heard throughout Omaha and elsewhere as she performed with multiple Polka bands. She participated in P.O.L.K. of A., Polish Home, So. Omaha Eagles, Omaha Symphonic Choir and Symphony, Mother Singers, Eastern Star, Jobs Daughters, Avery Presbyterian Church, Church of the Cross English Handbells, Volunteers of America and so much more. She will be deeply missed and remembered with love and admiration.
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BENAK-Joseph E., 64, also passed away peacefully in Omaha, NE, April 14, 2002. He was born October 18, 1937 to Joseph & Ann Benak in Omaha, NE. A loving husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by his mother and his sister, Joann & Jim Palmquist. Survivors also include his daughter and grandchildren (Lonnie, Perla and Gabriel) and many other loving family members. He was an avid outdoor sportsman and Eagles member that supported and participated in his family's numerous activities. He will be remembered with great affection and deeply missed.
We ask you to remember them in your prayers. Memorials may be sent to the American Diabetes Association, 7101 Newport Ave., Suite 207, Omaha, 68152.
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BRICE-Margaret, age 95yrs. Longtime resident of Oak Grove Nursing Home.
GRAVESIDE INTERNMENT Thurs 1pm Forest Lawn Cemetery.
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BRYANT-Arthaniel, age 82yrs, 4/11/2002. Survived by daughters, Wanda Williams, Denver, CO, Sheila R. Delaney, Aurora, CO; sister, Louise M. Kercheval, Omaha; 4 grandchildren, "dozens of cousins", other relatives and friends.
Wake Thurs 7-8pm, Myers Chapel. SERVICES Fri 2pm at Chapel. Interment Veterans Section Forest Lawn, with Military Honors by V. F. W. Benson Post No. 2503.
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CROW-Helen M., age 86 of Omaha. Preceded in death by parents, husband, Clarence Crow; sister, Virginia Johnson.
FUNERAL SERVICES 1 pm Fri. at St. Mark Lutheran Church (1821 N. 90th St). Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. VISITATION 6-8 pm Thurs. at the Mortuary. Memorials to St. Mark Lutheran Church.
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DAHLBECK-David John, age 54 yrs, of Omaha. Preceded in death by father, Eric. Survived by wife, Nancy Dahlbeck; daughters and son-in-law, Grace Dahlbeck, Rebekah and Gabe Pierce; sons, Christopher and Joshua Dahlbeck; grandchildren, Miciah and Benjamin Pierce; mother, Elin Dahlbeck; brothers, sisters, and in-laws, Mrs. Marvin (LaVerne) Kinman, of Omaha, Eric and Eunice Dahlbeck, San Antonio, TX, Mrs. Arnold (Ellen) Saathoff, Kearney, MO, William and Barbara Dahlbeck, Council Bluffs, IA; many nieces, nephews, and friends.
SERVICES Fri 10:30am at the Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, 90th & Q St. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery. VISITATION Thurs 2-4m and 6-8pm at the 72nd St Chapel. Memorials to Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church Vision Fund.
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DANOFF-Nicholas, age 4mos. Survived by parents, Dano III and Theresa Danoff, 2 sisters, Erica and Danielle; grandparents, Dano Jr. and Pamela Danoff and Linda Schaaf. WAKE Service Wed 7pm West Center Chapel.

FUNERAL Thursday 10am St. Stanislaus Church. Interment Hillcrest. VISITATION starts Wednesday 5 p.m.
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DAY-Patricia, age 68 yrs., of Omaha. Survived by husband, Donald F. (Chairman of the Dial Companies); sons and daughters-in-law, Michael L. and Tammy, Mark F., Patrick G. and Jennifer; daughter, Kelley A. Day, all of Omaha; 9 grandchildren; mother, Helen Powers, Hubbard, IA; brother, Jack Goodwin, NYC; sister, Peg Johnson and husband Rod, of Omaha.
VISITATION Thurs 12-8pm. Family will receive friends 6-8pm at the Funeral Home. FUNERAL Fri 10:30am Westside Church, 150th & Dodge St. GRAVESIDE SERVICE Fri 5pm at the Armada Cemetery, Miller, NE. Memorials to Methodist Cancer Research or the Hope Center.
Ref: Omaha World Herald week of April 15, 2002
DONAHUE-Sr. Lawrence Jean, R. S. M., age 88 yrs. Survived by sisters, Mary Loretta Brown, Madora, CA, Monica Bucher, Santa Clara, CA; brother, Dan Donahue, Salem, OR.
SERVICES Fri 9"30am Mercy Villa (1845 S. 72nd St.) ROSARY Thurs 4pm. WAKE 7pm at Mercy Villa. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Memorials to Sisters of Mercy Health and Retirement Fund.
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DOUGHERTY-Doris Elaine, age 87 yrs. Preceded in death by husband, Francis; parents, Benjamin and Viola Phillips; brother, Edward Phillips. Survived by son and daughter-in-law, J. Pat and Michaela Dougherty, Omaha; grandchildren, Jocelyn Bailey, Joel and Drew Dougherty; great-grandchildren, Collin and Grant Bailey; sister-in-law, Maxine Phillips; niece, Barbara Rasmussen.

VIGIL SERVICE Sun. 7 pm West Center Chapel followed by Visitation with the family until 8 pm. SERVICES Mon. 11 am, West Center Chapel. Interment Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, Lincoln, NE. Memorials to Boy Scout Troop 448 or New Cassel Retirement Center. VISITATION from 3 pm Sun.
Ref: Omaha World Herald week of April 15, 2002
GATES-Herman V., age 87, April 15, 2002, Thomas Fitzgerald Veterans Home. Survived by sons and daughters-in-law, Herman Jr. and wife Margaret, Moscow, ID, Samuel and wife Cynthia, Sergeant Bluff, IA; daughters and sons-in-law, Gaylyn and James Luther, Warner Robins, GA, Joylene and Joseph Folck, Federal Heights, CO, Merilee and David Wieling, Winterset, IA; brothers, Francis, Independence, MO, Ivan, Gilman City, MO, Daniel, Jamesport, MO; sister, Esther Miller, Liberty, MO; 7 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren.
Memorials to Thomas Fitzgerald Veterans Home.
FUNERAL SERVICE Fri. 1:30 pm, Bellevue Memorial Chapel, Pastor Mike Williams officiating. Interment Springfield Cemetery. VISITATION Thurs. 6-8 pm.
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GEISER-Thomas "T. J.", age 22yrs, of Waterloo, NE.
VISITATION Wed 4-8pm. Family will receive friends 6-8pm at the Funeral Home. FUNERAL Thurs 2pm Waterloo United Methodist Church. Interment Prospect Hill. Memorials to the Church or the Waterloo Fire and Rescue.
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HALCOMB-Sam T., age 49 yrs.
Survived by 7 sons; 3 daughters; mother, Marylyn Halcomb; brothers; aunts; uncles; other relatives.
SERVICES 10 am Fri., Greater New Hope Baptist Church, 30th & Hamilton St. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. NO VIEWING AT ANY TIME.
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HANSEN-Eva J., age 82 of Omaha. Survived by husband, Robert Hansen; son and daughter-in-law, Thomas and Vicki Luther; daughters and son-in-law, Judy and Richard Skomal, all of Omaha, Mary Jane Mahoney of Chicago, IL; grandchildren, Lynn, Leanne, Daniel, Michael, Kathy, Paige, Todd, Jennifer, Crystal, Sarah, Mary Beth, and James; and many great-grandchildren.
PRIVATE MEMORIAL SERVICE WED.  NO VISITATION
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HANSEN-Vickie L. (Shives), beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend, succumbed due to complications from cancer on April 1st, 2002 (one of her favorite days-April Fool's Day). She fought ovarian cancer for over six years and never gave up. Vickie was born in Omaha, NE on November 14, 1947 to Buford and Gloa Shives.  A memorial will be held in Fellowship Hall at St. Paul United Methodist Church, Omaha, from 2-4 pm on April 27. The open house will be island casual - jeans welcome. In lieu of flowers, Vickie and her family request memorials go to: Ovarian Cancer Research Program, MD Anderson Cancer Center, PO Box 297153, Houston, TX, 77297.
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HANSON-Virginia R., age 90. Preceded in death by husband, Clarence W. Hanson; 5 brothers and 1 sister. Survived by son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Nancy Hanson of Gretna, NE; 2 granddaughters, Laura and Lindsay; sister and brother-in-law, Isabelle and John Lind, Bloomington, MN.

SERVICES Thurs. 11 am at Morningstar Lutheran Church, 331 So. 85th Ave. Burial Forest Lawn Cemetery. Memorials to Morningstar Lutheran Church. Family will receive friends Wed. 6-8 pm.
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HELMS-David E., died Mon., April 15, 2002 in Council Bluffs, IA.
FUNERAL SERVICE Thurs. 10:30 am, St. Frances Catholic Church, Randolph, NE. Interment Parish Cemetery, Randolph, NE. VISITATION 3-8 pm with a Christian Wake Service at 7:30 pm all Wed. at Johnson Funeral Home.
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HINRICHS-Helen Clarice, age 91yrs of Rosedale, MN, formerly Wahoo. Preceded in death by husband, Dr. Edward J. Hinrichs. Survived by 2 children, Dr. James A. Hinrichs and his wife Linda K., of Arden Hills, MN, and Carol J. Hinrichs-Fletcher and John S. of Kirkland, WA.; 3 grandchildren, Scott J. Hinrichs, David J. Hinrichs, and Amy M. Hinrichs.

MEMORIAL SERVICE Fri 2pm at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Wahoo, with a GRAVESIDE SERVICE Sat 1pm at the Bruning Public Cemetery in Bruning, NE. Memorials to the Bethlehem Lutheran Church or the American Cancer Society. PRUSS-NABITY FUNERAL HOME Wahoo, NE 402/443-3128
Ref: Omaha World Herald week of April 15, 2002

HUNACEK-Gerald S. (Jerry), age 91yrs, passed away
4/14/2002, in Richland, WA. He was born in Omaha, NE, August 17, 1910. Car man for UPRR for over 33yrs. He retired in 1975. Survived by wife, Bess, Richland, WA; son and daughter-in-law, Jerry Jr. and Mickey; granddaughter, Lisa Shultz, and husband Kim, Everett, WA; grandson, Mike Hunacek, Everett, WA; brother, Adolph Hunacek, Ferndale, MI; several nieces and nephews.
GRAVESIDE SERVICE Fri 1pm at the Bohemian Cemetery, Omaha, NE.
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KAROL-Leonard J., age 78, Omaha. Survived by sister and brother-in-law, Helen and George Katusin, Sr.; brother and sister-in-law, Stanley and Lois Karol, CA; brother, Joseph Karol, NJ; many nieces and nephews.
VISITATION Thurs. 2-8 pm with VIGIL SERVICE 7 pm at Funeral Home. FUNERAL Fri. 9:50 am, Bethany Chapel to St. Francis Assisi Church 10:30 am for Mass of Christian Burial. Interment St. John Cemetery.
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KLEYLA-Richard B., 70 yrs. Survived by wife, Mary; 2 sons, Robert, Denver, CO and John; brother and wife, Jack and Marion Kleyla; sister-in-law and husband, Phyllis and Jon Tefft, all of Omaha; nieces, nephews, cousins.
VISITATION begins Wed 2 pm with Wake Service at 7 pm. SERVICES Thurs. 9:30 am from the Chapel to Christ the King Church at 10 am. Entombment Calvary.
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KOUBA-Maxine A., age 75yrs, passed away 4/15. Survived by husband, Robert; son, John, of Bellevue; daughters, Carol and husband Harold Bosse, Tampa, FL, Mary and husband Tom O'Brien, Plattsmouth, NE, Jeanne Kouba, Kansas City, MO; brother, Russell and wife Georgine Lindeman, Crescent, IA; sister, Mable Lou Harter, Co. Bluffs, IA; 6 grandchildren.

VISITATION Wed 3-8pm St. Mary's Catholic Church in Bellevue. VIGIL Service 7pm at St. Mary's Catholic Church. FUNERAL Thurs 10am St. Mary's Catholic Church. Interment Bellevue Cemetery. Memorials to St. Mary's Catholic Church or Columbian Fathers.
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KWARCINSKI-Valerian A. "Wally", age 77 yrs, of Omaha. Survived by son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Lisa Kwarcinski; daughter, Kathleen Kwarcinski; grandchildren, Kyle and Andrew. Preceded in death by wife, Avis. Former District Administrator of NE Little League.

FUNERAL MASS 10am Fri, St Bernard's Catholic Church, 3601 N. 65th St. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. WAKE SERVICE 7pm Thurs at the Mortuary.
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MANN, Goldie Mae, Born 4 May 1921, Omaha, NE Died 19 Jul 2002

Married Albert W. Mann, M.D.; moved to Santa Monica, CA  where was active in community and synagogue.

Survived by husband, two sons, one daughter, 2 grdch. Predeceased by son Michael L. Mann, known as "Hollywood Fats" (blues guitarist, died 1986).
Service: 23 Jul 2002, Hillside Memorial
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles (CA) Times, page B13, Tues 23 Jul 2002
SALAMON, Lulu Anne, age 84, Born 23 Jun 1918, Omaha, NE Died 4 Sep 2002, Pasadena, CA

Grad: Methodist Episcopal Hospital nursing program, Omaha. Pediatric nursing cert. from Cook County Hospital, Chicago.

Married Joseph Salamon, 18 Jul 1947; lived in Miami.  Husband dec 1995; Lulu lived with her sister Mary Pfann in New Jersey and Pasadena, CA. Survived by her sister, Mary and 4 neices.

Service: 14 Sep 2002, Hill Ave Grace Lutheran Church, Pasadena.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles (CA) Times, page B11 - Wed 11 Sep 2002
SCHNEIDER, Sara "Sally", (b. 29 Nov 1912 Omaha, NE) Parents: Jacob and Edith Kaplan (d. 30 Dec 2002)

1936: Married Harry Schneider. (Vows renewed on 50th & 65th anniversaries  with son officiating - son is judge)
1942: Moved to Los Angeles, CA

Survived by husband and 1 son, 3 gr-ch, 7 g-grch
Service: Home of Peace, 4334 Whittier Blvd, East LA, Thursday 11 am, 2 Jan 2003. Memorial Donations, please: Tower Hematology Oncology Research, 8635 W. 3rd St., Suite 665, Los Angeles, 90048.
Ref: Los Angeles Times (CA), p B11, Wed 1 Jan 2003.
SHEANIN, Hyman "Hy" Born 18 Jul 1909, Omaha, NE Died 20 Jul 2002, Los Angeles, CA

Survived by wife, one daughter, one son, 3 grdch., 1 g-grdch.
Survived by sister, Fanny.  Deceased siblings: Mary, Ben and Max.

Service: 22 Jul 2002 at Mt. Sinai Memorial Part, 5920 Forest Lawn Dr., Los Angeles, CA.
Ref: Extract from Los Angeles (CA) Times, page B9, Monday 22 Jul 2002.
WELPTON, Sherman Seymour Jr. (1908-2002)
Sherman Seymour WELPTON, Jr., born 21 Mar 1908 Omaha, NE, died 3 Jan 2002 Los Angeles, CA
Wife Dorothy (dec), married 67 years; Survived by 3 children, 8 grdch, 1 ggch; Sr. partner (retired): Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher (law office); Honorary Dr. Laws: Pepperdine Univ & Univ. of NE; Courtroom named in his honor at UN Law School.; Mmbr: American Bar Assn., etc.; Viewing: Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood HIlls - Sun, Jan 6, 4-6 pm.; Services: Monday Jan 6, 10 am, chapel at All Sts. Episcopal Church, 504 Camden Dr., Beverly Hills.  Private interment at Forest Lawn. Memorial donations to Parish House Restoration Fund of the church.
Source: Los Angeles Times, Sunday 6 Jan 2002, page B11
WIESE,  Doris M. (1928-2002)
Doris M. WIESE born 30 Nov 1928 Omaha, NE, died 13 Dec 2002 - "at home"
Grad, UN School of Nursing. Employed at Clarkson Hospital for a time. Had lived in Kansas, and other places.
Orthopedic nurse in El Toro, CA for 17 yrs. Survived by child, Steven Hansen; husband, Howard Wiese.
Visitation: O'Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary, 17 Dec., 7-9 pm. Service: 19 Dec, 4 pm at Abiding Savior Lutheran Chruch, El Toro, CA. Interment at Eagle Cemetery, Eagle, CO. (No maiden name given.)
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), Monday 16 Dec 2002, page B9
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ANGELL, Robert Geyer, 88; b. 1 Mar 1915, Omaha, Douglas, NE; d. 30 May 2003, Newport Beach, Orange, CA.  WW II: Capt, USAF, Europe & N. Africa.   Grad UCLA. Manufacturer's representative in clothing industry; real estate agent.   Descendent of Thomas Angell, 1631 - Providence, RI.  Survived by wife, daughter, son; 5 gch, 4 g-gch. Funeral: Sun., 8 Jun. Pacific View Memorial Park, Corona Del Mar, CA
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) p B13, Fri 6 Jun 2003
BRADLEY, Virginia, b. 2 Dec 1912, Omaha, NE; d. 28 Jun 2003 (Santa Monica, CA?)
grad. Univeristy of NE; mar. 1940 to Gerald Bradley. employed as actress, teacher, author.  Taught creative writing at Santa Monica Emeritus College. Preceded in death by husband and a daughter, Betty. Survived by 3 children, six gch, 3 g-gch. Mem. service: Fri. 22 Jul, St. Monica's Catholic Church, Santa Monica, CA. Gates, Kinglsley Gates Moeller Murphy Funeral Directors.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), p B13, Thurs 3 Jul 2003
BRADLEY, Virginia (Jonas); b. 2 Dec 1912, Omaha, NE.; d. 28 Jun 2003 (Santa Monica, CA?)
Grad: UNL.  Author, teacher. 1940: mar. Gerald Bradley. Survived by 3 children, 6 gch, 3 ggch. Predeceased by husband & a daughter, Betty.  Mem. Service: Fri. 12 Jul, St. Monica's Catholic Church. Donations please to Santa Monica College, Emeritus Program. Gates Kingsley Gates Moeller Murphy, Funeral Directors.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) p B13, Thurs. 10 Jul 2003.
Nebraska deaths in Iraq War
Army Spc. Nathaniel A. Caldwell, 27, Omaha, d. May 21 2003
Source: Columbus Telegram [Nebraska], Thurs. 26 Apr 2007.
GRUBB, Stephen, 83, b. Omaha, NE; d. 9 May 2003
George Washington University law degree earned while working for the US Patent Office, Washington, DC.  Trademark attorney, practiced in Encino, CA; Survived by wife & a daughter.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) p B11, Tues 13 May 2003.
JACOBBERGER, Michael (Jake) of Bennington died Jan. 23, 2003, at home. born on Sept. 12, 1951. Survivors include two daughters, Katrina Lynn and Doria Jo of Omaha; mother, Dorothy Jacobberger of Bradshaw; sisters, Sharon (Larry) Kline of York, Barbara (Morrie) Tonkinson of Omaha; brother, William (Pat) Jacobberger of Columbus, Kan.; many nieces and nephews. Graveside services were on Monday at 10 a.m. at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Omaha.
Source: York [NE] Newstimes, Jan 28, 2003
KLAUSNER, Dr. James Thomas, b 5 Oct 1905, Omaha, NE; Parents: Dr. John B. Klausner and Agnes Mullin, d 16 Oct 2003, Santa Barbara, CA.  1919 - Moved to Los Angeles. Grad: Loyola HS, UCLA, Northwestern Univ. Medical School. Married Esther Fisher of Los Angeles. 1941-47: US Army Air Corps. Practice: Hollywood and Pasadena, CA. Faculty: USC School of Medicine and Good Samaritan Hosp. 1976: retired, to live near Palmdale, CA. Moved to Santa Barbara in 1988.  Survived by 4 children, 19 gch., 29 ggch.
Funeral Oct 23, St. Roque Catholic Church, Santa Barbara. Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapels, Santa Barbara, CA.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) page B11, Wed 22 Oct 2003
MacFADEN, Moya Louise, b. 28 Dec 1917, Omaha, NE.  Parents: Hugh & Ruth Langan. d. 1 Jul 2003, San Clemente, CA.
Preceded in death by husband John Raymond MacFaden (d. 1983) and eldest son Dennis Baldwin (d. 1987).
Survived by 2 sons, 4 daughters, 9 gch., 3 ggch, 1 sister.  Services pending.
Source: Los Angeles (CA) Times,  p B11, Wed 9 Jul 2003
SEVERSON, Elinor "Jake", b. 16 Jan 1925, Omaha, NE; d 11 Oct 2003; married c1953 to Howard Severson. Moved to Los Angeles c1941; grad UCLA; volunteer for several organizations.  Survived by husband, 3 ch, 4 gch. Memorial service 25 Oct at St. James Presbyterian Church, Tarzana, CA. Donations: to the church, Assistance League of San Fernando Valley and National Charity League of San Fernando Valley.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) page B11, Fri. 17 Oct 2003.
SINGER, Virginia Ellen (Mrs. Walter J.), b. 23 Jan 1911, Omaha, NE, d. 24 Dec 2003, Santa Monica, CA, age 92, Survived by nieces & nephews.  Memorial donations to Holy Spirit Church, 1421 S. Dunsmuir Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90019. Holy Cross Mortuary.
Source: Los Angeles Times, page B11, Fri 2 Jan 2004
SOMMER, Melvin Lawrence, M.D., b 10 Jul 1916 Omaha, Nebraska, d 18 Feb 2003 Los Angeles, CA
Resident since 1939. Wife, Dorothy Kay (deceased), Survivors: a son, a daughter, 2 grd-ch
No services. Burial: Westwood Memorial Park. Memorial Donations please: Dorothy K and Melvin L Sommer Fund, Aspen Music School, 2 Music School Road, Aspen, CO  81611
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), page B11, Wed 26 Feb 2003
TILLERY, Jack R., b Omaha, NE, d 14 Aug 2003, Fontana, CA, Res. Diamond Bar, CA.  Deputy Health Office for L.A. County. Survived by wife, 3 ch, 7 gch.  Service: Thurs at Northminster Presbyterian Church
400 South Rancheria, Diamond Bar, CA.  Memorial donations to the church please. Arrangements by Todd Memorial Chapel, Pomona.  Note:  No birthdate or age given.
Source: Los Angeles (CA) Times, p B17, Sun 17 Aug 2003
WEBB, Mary H., b. 13 Nov 1919, Omaha, NE; d. 20 May 2003. Preceded in death by husband, Bill Webb.  Survived by 4 children, 3 gch. Serv: Wed 4 Jun 2003, Church of the Hills, Forest Lawn, 6300 Forest Lawn Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90068
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) p B9, Mon. 2 Jun 2003
WEINBERG, Fannie Sheanin, b 10 Jun 1913, Omaha, NE; d 21 Sep 2003. Predeceased by husband Hy Weinberg, sister Mary Scheinbaum and brothers Hy, Ben & Max Sheanin. Survived by 2 daughters and a grandson. Note: Nothing stated about services, place of burial, etc.
Source: Los Angeles [CA] Times, page B15, Sat. 27 Sep 2003
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KALBER, Floyd, 79 years, Born [2004-79=1925] Omaha, NE; Died Thurs. [May 13, 2004] at Burr Ridge (near Chicago), IL.
Grew up in an orphanage.  Served in US Army during WW II.  Attended Creighton University briefly.
Employed at radio station in Kearney, NE.  Started television career at KMTY-TV, Omaha, NE. 
News anchorman and correspondent for NBC.  Won 5 Emmys.  Retired in 1981; returned to work 3 years later.  Retired again in 1998.  Survived by his wife, one son, one daughter, 6 grandchildren.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), page B13, Saturday 15 May 2004.
KATZ, Pearl, b. 19 Aug 1920 ­ Omaha, NE; d. 12 Jan 2004 ­ La Jolla, CA
Widow of Fred Katz.Survived by 2 daughters, 3 grandchildren, and a brother Stanford Lipsey.
Funeral Fri. 16 Jan ­ Hillside Memorial Park.
Memorial donations please, to Planned Parenthood.
Source: Los Angeles [CA] Times page B11, Wed 14 Jan 2004
ROCK, Patricia Joan, b. Omaha, NE; d. 6 Feb 2004
Artist and teacher, formerly a fashion model Art gallery owner, participant in art festivals
on Catalina Island and at Laguna Beach, CA.  Married 59 years to Sidney Rock.
Survived by husband, 4 daughters, 5 gch, 7ggch.  Contributions please, to: Youth Scholarship Program, Catalina Art Association, Box 235, Avalon CA 90704.
Source: Los Angeles [CA] Times, page B17, Sun 15 Feb 2004.
Phil SOKOLOF, age 82, Born 1922, Omaha, NE, Died 15 Apr 2004
Owner: Phillips Manufacturing Company.  Heart attack at age 43 caused interest in heart disease.
Founder: National Heart Savers Assn.  Used personal fortune to finance newspaper ads against the use of animal fat, coconut & palm oil in food industry. Appeared on several TV shows.  Ran a city wide cholesterol test at Grand Island, NE. Later, ran similar test on 10,000 members of Congress & their staffs.  His ads led to legislation requiring nutritional labels.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), page B10, Friday 16 Apr 2004.
Ruth Elaine Haugse McKinney (1936-2004)
Ruth Elaine Haugse born 16 Sep 1936 Omaha, NE. Died 15 Jun, 67 yrs. 
1967 married Bill McKinney; later divorced.  Peace Corps:  India, Ghana, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Jordan.  1989 to Kirkland, WA., employed as nurse.   1993 to Yemen.  1994 to Portland.  Service: 2 p.m. Sat. 19  June 2004, St. James Lutheran Church.  Holman's, in charge.  Survivors: two sons, two brothers; and former husband.  Remembrances to the research fund of the Alzheimer's Association.  
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Friday, June 18, 2004
Christina A. Jensen Hedelund (1912-2004)
Christina A. Hedelund, age 91, maiden name: Jensen, born: 2 Sep 1912, Hazard, Sherman Co. NE., died 30 Jun 2004.  Grad. University of Omaha.  Taught Home Economics.  1936: Married Norman Hedelund (dec. 1969).  1980: moved to Portland, OR.  Survived by a daughter, a brother, 13 gch & 26 g-gch.  Service: Tues. 6 July 2004 at Multnomah Athletic Club.  Arrangements by National Cremation.   Memorial donations to charity, please.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Saturday, July 3, 2004
Edward Keith Neubauer April 26, 1925 - July 20, 2004
Born 26 Apr 2004 to Edwin and Sylvia Neubauer, Omaha, NE.  1936: Moved to Portland, OR. 1937: Moved to Milwaukie, OR.  1943: Grad. of Milwaukie HighSchool. Joined US Navy, served in Europe and Asia. Discharged.  Recalled to active duty in 1946 (6 mos), Naval Reserves.  1947: Married Ethel Mary Headley . 1950: Grad. University of Portland, BS in engineering. (Later took graduate courses) Started employment with Fish Commission of Oregon while still in college.   May 1987 ­ Retired as Chief Engineer of Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife.  Hobbies: ship models, gardening, travel, photography. Member of several professional associations and maritime related organizations.  Survived by wife, a son, a daughter, a son-in-law, 6 gch.   Predeceased by oldest daughter Claudia J. (Neubauer) Rae.  Memorial service: Tues. 27 July at St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church, 2036 SE Jefferson St., Milwaukie, OR.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Tuesday, July 27, 2004.
Eugene Chilson  4 Jan 1918, Omaha, NE - 24 Aug 2004, age 86.
Resided: early 1950s in Portland, OR; then moved to California; 1965: Portland, OR.   Occupation: typewriter repairman.  Survived by 3 sons, a daughter, 6 gch & 3 g-gch.  Arrangements: Omega
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Monday, 30 August 2004.
Nettie Sanders, age 85, born Nettie Brogna, 7 Mar 1919, Omaha, NE; Died 14 Sep 2004
1935: Married Raymond S. Sanders (died 1987)
1968: Moved to Gresham, OR.  Shoemaker at Danner Shoes for 22 years.
Survived by 2 daughters, 2 sons, 33 gch, 62 g-gch, and 6 gg-gch.
Funeral: Sun. 19 Sep at Bateman Carroll Funeral Chapel
Remembrances to Alzheimer's Research Foundation in Virginia Beach, VA.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Sat. 18 Sept. 2004
Bonnie J. Scheer, age 76, born Bonnie J. Gleason - 16 Jan 1928, Omaha, NE; died 16 Sep 2004
1951: Moved to Canby, OR. Employed as office manager for medical clinic.
1963: Married Robert G. Scheer (dec. 1997)
Following retirement, volunteered at Willamette Falls Hospital.
Survived by 2 daughters, 2 sons, 4 gch.  Also surviving, brother Wm. M.
Gleason.
Mem. Service: Tues. 21 Sept at Canby Funeral Chapel.
Remembrances to the American Cancer Society.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Sat. 18 Sept. 2004
Harry A. Holdsberg, age 97, Born Omaha, NE, Died 28 Sep 2004
Manager of movie theatres in Iowa before WW II.  Served in US Army Air Corps.   Moved to Southern California; owner/operator of furniture manufacturing business.   Active in Masonic Lodge from early age, was "... Master and 32nd Degree Mason of Scottish Rite by age 24."  Survived by wife, one daughter, one stepson; four grandchildren. Memorial donations to The Jewish Federation of LA, Jewish Family Service or City of Hope.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) page B11, Thurs 7 Oct 2004.
Mariruth ALLWINE "Grandma", Born 8 Aug 1913, Omaha, NE, Died 17 Oct 2004, Burbank, CA.  survived by a daughter and a son, 5 gch & 1 g-gch.   Private service 21 Oct at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills, CA
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), page B11, Tues 19 Oct 2004.
Mary Richey "Jerryo" CARDINAL, age 81, Born 28 Oct 1923, Omaha, NE, Died 7 Nov 2004, Los Angeles, CA.  Employee 50+ years, Lindstrom Jewelry.   Arrangements by Holy Cross Mortuary.  Survived by 3 cousins.  Memorial donations please, to breast cancer or Alzheimer's research assn. of your choice.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), page B9, Thurs 11 Nov 2004.
POKORNY, Mary Catherine, IHM, Born 5 Jul 1920, Omaha, NE Died 18 Nov 2004.  Moved to Los Angles in 1938. Member of Immaculate Heart Community for 66 years.  Teacher, Controller of Immaculate Heart College (1951-54), returned to teaching.  Mass of the Resurrection Tues 23 Nov at All Souls Chapel, Calvary Cemetery,  4201 Whittier Blvd, Los Angeles, CA  Arrangements: Callanan Mortuary
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) page B15, Sun 21 Nov 2004
Connie WHITE, age 57, born Omaha, NE, died 9 Dec 2004, Plano, TX.   Employed as hotel manager.   Previously lived in So. CA.  Survived by her parents (Monte Blaine White and Kathleen Ann Stech), a daughter & her spouse, 3 gch; and 7 siblings;  maternal grandparents: Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Stech of Council Bluffs, IA (both deceased).  Funeral Mass 17 Dec 2004 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, 2700 W. Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano.   Sparkman/Hillcrest funeral home.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA), page B13, Sun 12 Dec 2004.
SCHOLNICK, Dr. George L., age 80, Born 11 Mar 1924, Omaha, NE Died 20 Dec 2004, NY City
Surgeon; Medical Director at Brotman Medical Center for 7 yrs. Survived by wife, daughter, 2 nieces, 1 nephew.  Service Sun. 26 Dec., Hillside Memorial Park, 6001 Centinela Ave., Culver City, CA.
Source: Los Angeles Times (CA) page B11, Sun. 26 Dec 2004
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Vera Jean Barlow (1957-2005)
Vera Jean Barlow died Aug. 21, 2005, apparently of a blood clot, at age 47.  Vera Jean Phillips was born Aug. 31, 1957, in Omaha, Neb. She received a bachelor's degree from Midland College and was a registered nurse in Corvallis before moving to Beaverton in 2000. In 1997, she married Carl Lian.  Survivors include her husband; son, Andy; daughter, Valerie; stepdaughter, Allyson; parents, Vera and Gerald Phillips; sisters, Kim Phillips and Kathy Phillips; and brother, Kurt Phillips.  Remembrances to Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America in New York City.  Arrangements by Finley's. 
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Thursday, August 25, 2005.
Lloyd J. Christensen (1933-2005)
A funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005, in Mt. Scott Funeral
Home for Lloyd J. Christensen, who died Aug. 12 at age 72.  Mr. Christensen was born Feb. 2, 1933, in Omaha, Neb. He served in the Navy during the Korean War and settled in Portland in 1954. He was a production manager for Good Samaritan Hospital. In 1951, he married Jane Perina.   Survivors include his wife; daughters, Cathy L. Christensen, Carol L. Williams and Christine L. Taylor; son, Craig L.; brothers, Ray and Bob; sisters, Aldean Winters and Ramona Ebert; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR. Sunday, August 14, 2005.
Anne M. Duquette (1913-2005)
Anne Matulka was born Sept. 28, 1913, in Omaha, Neb., later lived in Los Angeles before moving to Portland in 1951. She worked in the silver department at Meier & Frank. She also lived in Kent, Wash., and Eugene. In 1935, she married Charles who died in 1975.   Anne M. Duquette, died July 21 at age 91. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 27, in Garden
Way Church in Eugene. A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 28, 2005, in Sunset Hills Memorial Park, Portland.  Survivors include her daughter, Cecile Stanley; sons, Chuck and Ron; brother, Ernie Matulka; 13 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland OR, Sunday, July 24, 2005.
Dorothy Isabel Hall, age 92, born Dorothy Isabel Wood, 15 Aug 1912, Omaha, NE.
1936: Married George H. Hall (he died 1975).  1945: to Portland, OR. Homemaker, saleswoman.  Died 2 June 2005. Survivors: 2 daughters, 4 gch., 3 g-gch.
Riverview Abbey in charge.  Memorials to American Cancer Society.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Monday, June 13, 2005.
Nebraska death in Iraq War
Army Staff Sgt. Tricia L. Jameson, 34, Omaha, d. July 14, 2005
Source: Columbus Telegram [Nebraska], Thurs. 26 Apr 2007.
Dolores Jean Dreier Primmer, age 79, born 23 July 1925, Omaha, NE. Maiden name: Dreier. WW II: US Army. Residences: Spokane, WA; 1957: Portland, OR. Employed at Veterans Administration Hospital. Retired as supervisor of custodians, died 19 May 2005. Service Tues 24 May at Bateman Carroll Funeral Home. Survivors: son Dan, daughter Susan, step-son Kenneth, 4 gch., 5 g-gch; sister Lois.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Sunday, 22 May 2005.
Doris M. Shaffer (1916-2005)
A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 30, 2005, in St. John Lutheran Church in Portland for Doris M. Shaffer, who died July 26 at age 89.   Doris M. Matthews was born April 17, 1916, in Ellsworth, Neb. She graduated from Black Hills Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in South Dakota and was a registered nurse for American Airlines in Los Angeles for more than 20 years. She moved to Warren in 1981 and to St. Helens in 2003. In 1947, she married John H.; he died in 2004.  Survivors include her daughters, Irene Fuller and Dena Chesney; sister, Nina Pofahl; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.  Remembrances to Hopewell House. Arrangements by Columbia Funeral Home.
Source: "Obituary," The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Friday, July 29, 2005.
Shirley Louise Weber, age 80, born Shirley Louise Crosby, 15 Apr 1925, Omaha, NE.  1943: Married Harvey Weber.  1963: to Clackamas, OR. Homemaker. Died 1 Jun 2005.  Survivors: Husband, 3 sons, a daughter, 1 gch; 1 sister. Arrangements: Hillside.  Memorials: Oregon Humane Society.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, OR, Monday, June 13, 2005.
Nebraska death in Iraq War
Army Pfc. Eric P. Woods, 26, Omaha, d. July 9, 2005.
Source: Columbus Telegram [Nebraska], Thurs. 26 Apr 2007.
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Nebraska death in Iraq War
Airman Jason J. Doyle, 19, Omaha, d. July 8, 2006
Source: Columbus Telegram [Nebraska], Thurs. 26 Apr 2007.

Nebraska death in Iraq War
Sgt. Germaine L. Debro, 33, Omaha, d. Sept. 4, 2006
Source: Columbus Telegram [Nebraska], Thurs. 26 Apr 2007.
Simi Valley, California
Georgia Lee Feeney (1931-2006)
Georgia Lee Feeney passed away on March 25, 2006.
She was born in Omaha, Neb., on July 19, 1931, as Georgia Lee Gryva. Georgia graduated from the University of Nebraska with a music degree. While in college, she starred in operas and musicals, and was the lead singer in several dance bands.
She was previously married to Joe Feeney, Irish tenor of the Lawrence Welk Show. Mrs. Feeney resided in Simi Valley for over 36 years, where she raised 10 children, and then had a productive real estate career.
She is survived by her children Joe
Feeney Jr., of Escondido, Kathy Feeney, of Arizona, George Patrick Feeney, of Las Vegas, Nev., Chris Feeney, of Sylmar, Sean Feeney, of La Costa, Tim Feeney, of Oceanside, Matt Feeney, of San Diego, and Georgia Feeney, of San Marcos; and her five grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Mary Feeney.
For the last 10 years of her life, she battled Parkinson's disease. Her family is going to miss her strength and energy, as well as the overflowing love she had for each member of her family.
There will be a time of viewing from 4 to 7 p.m., with a recitation of the rosary at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 5, at Eternal Hills Memorial Park, Oceanside. Funeral Mass, followed by burial, will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 6, at the Historical San Luis Rey Mission, 4050 Mission Ave., Oceanside. A reception will follow.
Service arrangements are being made by Eternal Hills Memorial Park; phone 1-760-754-6600.
Ref: The Ventura County Star, Ventura, CA. USA   4/2/2006.
Portland, Oregon
Daniel Starr Forsberg (April 21, 1916-May 15, 2006)
Daniel Starr Forsberg died May 15, 2006... Daniel and Eunice had been married over 70 years. ..... Daniel was born in Omaha, Neb. He spent his childhood in Nebraska where he met the love of his life, Eunice. In 1942, they served the United States Forestry Department in the Angeles National Forest as fire fighters. In 1944, he was hired by the Internal Revenue Service and was commissioned on Nov. 8, 1953. At the time of his retirement, June 27,1973, Daniel received the Albert Gallatin Award from the U.S. Treasury for his outstanding service. Daniel was ordained April 1967 by the Evangelical Free Church. He was a pastor for over 20 years. .... Survivors include his wife, Eunice; one daughter, Bunny, and son-in-law, Dennis; seven grandchildren, Aaron, Heidi, Heather, Holly, Haley, Hope and Hilary; 15 great-grandchildren; brother-in-law, Russell Miller; and nieces and nephews.
Ref: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Sunday, May 28, 2006.
Portland, Oregon
Dona Marie (Boetel) Hart
  (Dec 2, 1932-Dec 6, 2006)
Dona Marie Hart died Dec. 6, 2006, at age 74. Dona Boetel was born Dec. 2, 1932, in Omaha, Neb., and moved to Portland in 1941. She graduated from Cleveland High School and was an office worker for Fred Meyer and Copeland Lumber. She moved to Lincoln City (Oregon) in 1991 and to Prineville in 2001. Survivors include her daughter, Debbie Michael; son, Frank Misetich; mother, Catherine Shenk; sister, Joan Schneider; and two grandchildren.  Prineville (Oregon) Funeral Home.
Ref: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, December 13 & 18, 2006.
Portland, Oregon
Dorothy Jo (Little) Rice born 19 Jul 1928, Omaha, NE. Parents: Alvin & Dorothy Little. Attended University of Omaha, and Hastings.  Married Clayton Rice. 1952: Moved to Oregon, WI and in 1955 to Portland, OR. Served the community as leader of Camp Fire & Cub Scouts. Transcribed college level math texts into Braille. Could "sign".  Active in Presbyterian Church. Died 7 Apr 2006. Service: 12 Apr. at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1624 N.E. Hancock. Survivors: 2 sons, 4 grch.; a sister and a brother. Predeceased by her 2 daughters: Mary & Naomi.  Memorials: "Holladay Park Plaza Resident Trust," Raphael House or the Letty Owings Center.
Ref: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon USA, April 12, 2006.
Portland, Oregon
Charles Frederick Parsons
, 80, Born 6 Dec 1925, Omaha, NE, Died 18 Aug 2006.  Rosary & funeral Mass - Friday 25 Aug, St. John¹s Catholic Church, Vancouver.  WW II: US Navy, Employee of UPRR, berry farmer.  1952: Married Mildred Moore (deceased 1962).  1964: Married Mary Butler.  Survivors: wife, 5 daughters, 4 sons, 31 gch, 4 g-gch.; 1 stepson, a sister.  Arrangements: Hamilton-Mylan in Vancouver
Ref: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon USA, Tuesday, August 22, 2006.
Nebraska death in Iraq War
Army Spc. Jeremy Jones, 25, Omaha, d. June 27, 2006
Source: Columbus Telegram [Nebraska], Thurs. 26 Apr 2007.
Orion, Illinois
Ronald A. Klaffke ORION, Ill. -- Ronald A. Klaffke, of Orion, Ill., passed away on Friday, August 18, 2006, at Trinity Terrace Park, Bettendorf. Private family graveside services will be held, with a memorial service at a later date. Visitation will be on Thursday, August 24, 2006, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Runge Mortuary. Burial will be at National Cemetery, Rock Island. Ronald was born December 18, 1945, in Rock Island, the son of Raymond and Stella (Leas) Klaffke. He was united in marriage to Mary K. Peterson on July 15, 1969, in Rock Island. Ronald graduated from Alleman High School in 1963. He served in the United States Army from 1966 to 1969, with tours in Korea and Vietnam. He recently retired from the Rock Island Arsenal, TACOM as an Equipment Specialist. He was a member of the Quad Cities Rugby Club and the Irish Rugby Football Club of the Quad Cities. Ronald was an avid bicyclist. He participated in RAGBRAI, Bike Viet Nam, New York City Five-Borough Ride, and numerous bike tours and rides throughout the United States. Immediate family left to honor his memory include his loving wife of 37 years, Mary, Orion; son, Ronald Klaffke, Tempe, Ariz.; daughter, Elisabeth Klaffke, Orion; granddaughter, Veronica Talbot, Orion; brother, Gerald Klaffke, Melbourne, Fla.; sister, Mary Willock, Tremont, Ill.; and sister-in-law, Shirley Allbee, Blue Grass, Iowa. His parents preceded him in death.
Note: Ronald Klaffke (d. Aug. 18, 2006), he was the son of Stella (LEAS) and Raymond KLAFFKE. Stella was a daughter of Andrew C. Leas of Omaha Nebraska.
Source: Quad City Times, Illinois, 08/22/2006. http://www.qctimes.com/obits/
Nebraska death in Iraq War
Army Staff Sgt. Jeremy W. Mulhair, 35, Omaha, Nov. 30, 2006
Source: Columbus Telegram [Nebraska], Thurs. 26 Apr 2007.
Laura Flynn-Tyler (1934-2006, age 72
Born Laura Nibbe, 15 June 1934, Omaha, NE. Died 13 Sep 2006. Moved to Eagle Creek as a child. Grad. Estacada HS. News carrier for The Oregonian. Resident of Gladstone. 1990: Married Clifford Tyler (dec. 1994) Survivors: a son, 2 daughters, 27 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren. Memorials: Oregon Humane Society. Arrangements: Crown.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Monday, Sept. 18, 2006
James Carl Tenney (1913-2006, age 93)
James Carl Tenney, died Nov. 8, 2006 at age 93.  He was born Jan. 4, 1913, in Omaha, Neb., and graduated from Estacada High School. He was western division manger for the Libby/Nestle Corp., where he worked for 43 years. He managed plants in Portland, Grandview, Wash., and Salem. He had been a longtime member of Kern Park Christian Church.  In 1937, he married Colleene Sendelback who died in 1994.  Survivors include his daughter, Carla Tenney Rose, one grandchild and two great-grandchildren. Services at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, 2006, Resurrection Lutheran Church in Portland.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Monday, Nov. 13, 2006.
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Robert Bird Bitney (30 Nov 1936-12 Aug 2007)
A service will be at 3 p.m. Friday, Aug. 17, 2007, in Bateman Carroll Funeral Home for Robert Bird Bitney, who died Aug. 12 at age 70.  Robert Bitney was born Nov. 30, 1936, in Omaha, Neb.  He moved in 1972 to Portland, Oregon and was a freight agent for United Airlines. He had lived in Gresham since 2004. In 1958, he married Glenda F. Turrentine. Survivors include his wife; sons, Mike, Darryl, Brian and Bret; daughter, Sheri Bueler; brothers, Richard and Wesley; sisters, Jeanette Haman and Diana Bitney; and nine grandchildren.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007.
Ida Lois Clawson (5 Apr 1922-27 Jun 2007)
Ida Lois Stell was born April 5, 1922, in Omaha, Neb. She moved to Portland in 1956, and was a bookkeeper for several companies.  Ida Lois Stell Clawson died June 27, 2007, at age 85. Survivors include her daughters, Sandra J. Snyder and L. Gayle Gustafson; sister, Ruth F. Boicourt; and brother, George E. Stell.  Arrangements by Omega.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Thursday, July 05, 2007.
Thomas J. Gilardi (3 Jul 1919-24 Apr 2007)
Thursday, April 26, 2007
The Oregonian
Thomas J. Gilardi died April 24, 2007, of cancer at age 87. Mr. Gilardi was born July 3, 1919, in Omaha, Neb. During World War II, he served in the Army. He was a teller for Bank of America in San Francisco before moving to Portland in 1987. In 1946, he married Josephine; she died in 1991. Survivors include his daughter, Mary Jo Montgomery; sons, Thomas and Charles; brothers, Anthony Romano and Charles Gilardi; caregivers, Diane Millemann and Pam Margeson; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon. on Sunday, April 29, 2007.
Shirley May Frerichs (28 Aug 1925-18 July 2007)
A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 21, 2007, in Cooper Mountain Presbyterian Fellowship Church in Aloha for Shirley May Frerichs, who died July 18 of a heart attack and strokes at age 81. Shirley May Stocker was born Aug. 28, 1925, in Omaha, Neb. A homemaker, she lived in Tustin, Calif., before moving to Lake Oswego in 1966, and to Beaverton in 1987. In 1951, she marred John S. Frerichs. Survivors include her husband; daughter, Stacey Arnold; son, Edward; sister, Jeanette Ellis; and one grandchild.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Friday, July 20, 2007.
Mabel Lorraine Heritage (10 Feb 1921-12 Feb 2007)
Mabel Johnson was born 10 Feb 1921, Omaha, Neb. She lived in Colville, Wash., before moving to McMinnville, where she and her husband owned a wood moulding plant. She moved to Dayton in 1976. In 1942, she married Hugh Heritage, who died in 1970.   Survivors include her daughter, Sandra Watson; son, Hugh B.; brother, Ralph Johnson; sister, Diane Johnson Gleaton; and four grandchildren.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Tue, Feb 20, 2007.
Barbara Joyce Chesnut Kubitz (3 Dec 1942-7 Jun 2007)
A service will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 20, 2007, in Immanuel Lutheran Church in Sandy for Barbara Joyce Kubitz, who died June 7 of cancer at age 64. Barbara Chesnut was born Dec. 3, 1942, in Omaha, Neb., and raised in Sandy. A graduate of Sandy Union High School, she was a tax preparer for H & R Block.  In 1960, she married Wayne H. Kubitz. She moved in 2002 to Wasilla, Alaska.  Survivors include her husband; son, Randy; daughter, Joyce McCollum; sisters, Donna Dean and Marlene Lundeen; brothers, Michael Chesnut and Thomas Chesnut; and four grandchildren. Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Monday, June 11, 2007 & Tuesday, June 12, 2007.
Randolph S. Perry (4 Sep 1952-7 Aug 2007)
A funeral will be held Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007, in Omaha, Neb., for Randolph S. Perry, who died Aug. 7 at age 54. Randolph Perry was born Sept. 4, 1952, in Omaha, where he was raised. He was a painter who also lived in Arizona before moving to Vancouver six years ago. Survivors include his daughters, Charmaine Perry, Sunny Washington and Emily Perry; father, Norman; sister, Candy Minor; brothers, Grant and Hal; companion, Lori Harris; and two grandchildren.  Westlawn-Hillcrest in Omaha.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Sunday, August 19, 2007.
Justin Thomas Porter (1 Aug 1982-25 Apr 2007)
Justin Thomas Porter died April 25, 2007, of cancer at age 24. He was born Aug. 1, 1982, in Omaha, Neb., and was raised in Tualatin. He graduated from Tualatin High School. He was an HVAC engineer for Precision Test & Balance. He most recently lived in Aurora. He married Amy Forster in 2005. Survivors include his wife; son, Evan; parents, Thomas and Theresa; brothers, Thomas Jr., Joshua and Christopher.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Sunday, April 29, 2007.
Mary Alice Fuller Ream (1 Aug 1917-6 Jun 2007)
A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 23, 2007, in St. James Catholic Church in Molalla [Oregon] for Mary Alice Ream, who died June 6 at age 89. Mary Alice Fuller was born Aug. 1, 1917, in Omaha, Neb. She moved in 1947 to Portland and in 1992 to Molalla. She was a seamstress. In 1941, she married Clarence; he died in 1994. Survivors include her son, Wesley; sister, Dorothy Bartsche; and two grandchildren.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Tuesday, June 12, 2007.
Catherine Ann Porkorski Boetel-Garland-Shenk (17 Jan 1915-2 Aug 2007)
A graveside service will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 13, 2007, in Powell Butte Cemetery for Catherine Ann Garland-Shenk, who died Aug. 2 at age 92. Catherine Pokorski was born Jan. 17, 1915, in Omaha, Neb. She moved to Portland in the early 1940s and was an office clerk for several companies. She moved to Prineville in 2006 and to Powell Butte in April.  She married Wilbur Boetel in 1931; they divorced. In 1947, she married Robert B. Garland; he died in 1960. She married Harlan J. Shenk in 1990; he died in 2004. Survivors include her daughter, Joani Schneider; brother, Leo Pokorski; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Her daughter Dona Hart died in 2005. Prineville (Oregon) Funeral Home.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland Oregon, Thursday, August 09, 2007.
Bonita Christensen Slaughter (2 Aug 1922-16 July 2007)
Bonita "Bonnie" Slaughter, age 84, of Highland Village, Texas, formerly of Portland, passed away Monday, July 16, 2007, in Lewisville, Texas. She was born Aug. 2, 1922 in Omaha, Nebraska. Bonnie married Robert L. Slaughter, Sr. on Aug. 24, 1946 in Aloha, Ore. She was a member of Orenco Presbyterian Church in Hillsboro, and was an active community volunteer. Bonnie is survived by her husband, Robert L. Slaughter, Sr.; daughters, Dorothy Houck of Highland Village, Texas and Linda McNeil of Portland; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sisters, Dorothy Moore of Vancouver, Wash., and Harriet Waite of Omaha, Neb. She was preceded in death by her parents, Nels and Bernice DeBuse Christensen; son, Robert Slaughter, Jr. in 1994; and by her brother, William Christensen. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 31, 2007, at Orenco Presbyterian Church. Interment will follow at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Oregon.  Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home of Lewisville, Texas made arrangements.
Source: The Sunday Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Sunday, July 29, 2007.
Charles Harding Smrkovsky (21 Nov 1919-25 May 2007)
Charles Harding Smrkovsky died May 25, 2007, of lung cancer at age 87.  He was born Nov. 21, 1919, in Omaha, Neb. During World War II, he served in the Army. He moved to Vanport in 1947 and in 1948 to Portland, where he worked for Pacific Northwest Bell for more than 30 years. In 1942, he married Goldie Bell Mangus; she died in 1971. He married Rita E. Drebert Young in 1973; she died in 2006. Survivors include his daughter, Eloise A; son, Howard A.; stepsons, Ronald A. Young, and James R. Youngs; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Arrangements by Neptune.
Source: The Sunday Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Sunday, July 29, 2007.
Alberta Louise Sweeny (1912-2007)
Alberta Louise Sweeny died Aug. 27, 2007, at age 95. Alberta LaMarr was born May 26, 1912, in Omaha, Neb.  She lived most of her life in Portland, where she worked as a janitor. In the early 1940s, she married George; he died in 1973. Survivors include her daughters, Sheila DeMartino, Katholeen McGinty and Norma Collins; seven grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.  Rose City Funeral Home.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Friday, Aug. 31, 2007.
V. George Van Bergen (12 Dec 1925-15 May 2007)
A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Friday, June 1, 2007, in Milwaukie [Oregon] Christian Church for V. George Van Bergen, who died May 15 at age 81. Vincent George Van Bergen was born Dec. 12, 1925, in Omaha, Neb., and moved to Portland as an infant. He graduated from Franklin High School and Northwestern College of Law. During World War II, he served in the Army Air Corps. He was an attorney in private practice in Milwaukie, where he moved to in the early 1950s. In 1949, he married Betty Jean Gee. Survivors include his wife; daughters, Joanne Ellis and Kathy Van Bergen; sons, David and Glenn; and nine grandchildren.. Arrangements by Crown.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Friday, May 18, 2007, Monday, May 21, 2007.
William Martin Van Buren (4 Feb 29-9 Sep 2007)
A funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 14, 2007, in St. Therese Catholic Church in Portland for William Martin Van Buren, who died Sept. 9 at age 78. William Van Buren was born Feb. 4, 1929, in Omaha, Neb., and moved to Portland as a child. He graduated from Central Catholic High School and was a berry farmer. In 1974, he married Mary B. Altstock. Survivors include his wife; son, William Jr.; daughter, Anne M. Davis; brother, Joseph C.; and two grandchildren. Arrangements by Gateway Little Chapel of the Chimes.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007.
Betty Hawkins Johnson (9 Mar 1924-17 Dec 2007)
Betty H. Johnson died Dec. 17, 2007, at age 83. Betty Hawkins was born March 9, 1924, in Omaha, Nebr. She moved to Beaverton in 1943. She worked on the kitchen staff for the Beaverton School District. In 1946, she married Willard E. Johnson; he died in 1981. Survivors include her daughter, Janis J. Werschkul; sisters, Caroline Beatty and Mary Sausser; brother, James Hawkins and Ted Hawkins; and two grandchildren. Remembrances to the Beaverton [Oregon] Library Association. Arrangements by Autumn.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, December 22 & 26, 2007.
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ADDIS, Michael Rex (6 Nov 1941-14 Jun 2008)
A funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 21, 2008, in Gresham Memorial Chapel for Michael Rex Addis, who died June 14 in a motorcycle accident at age 66. Michael Rex Addis was born Nov. 6, 1941, in Omaha, Neb. He graduated from the University of Nebraska and received a master's degree from the University of Oregon. He served in the Air Force in the Vietnam War. He moved in 1977 to Portland, worked as recreational supervisor for the Portland Park Bureau. He lived in Centralia, Wash., before moving to Molalla in 2001. In 1964, he married Leone Jones who died in 2001. Survivors include one daughter, two sons, and two grandchildren.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Friday, June 20, 2008.
DAVIS, Kenneth John  Jr. (20 Jun 1950-22 Apr 2008)
Born 20 Jun 1950, Omaha, NE Parents: Kenneth John Sr. & Lillian (Spears) Davis. occupation Salesman. Died 22 Apr 2008 (location not given) Survivors: wife, a son, a brother, step-mother, a niece and a nephew.
Note: No information was provided regarding services or burial.
Source: Los Angeles (California) Times, page B13, Sun. 4 May 2008.
DELLETT, John P. (1928-2008)
John Philip Dellett, 79,  husband and father, died June 19, 2008, in Mesa, Ariz. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 52 years, Mary Katherine Bird Dellett; and four surviving children, Stephen David Dellett of Geneseo, Ill., Katherine Grace Hammack of Scottsdale, Ariz., Mary Gail Pressel of Colton, and Mark Thomas Dellett of West Linn. His oldest son, John Philip Dellett, Jr., preceded him in death. John also leaves six grandchildren, Thomas, Sarah, Eric and Bryan Dellett, and Randy and Alex Hammack. Born June 29, 1928, in Omaha, Neb., John grew up in Tama, Iowa. He graduated from Iowa State University in Ames with a degree in electrical engineering. He joined the Air Force during the Korean War and advanced to the rank of captain, where he was at the forefront of computer development during the early 1950s. He entered law school at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., receiving his law degree in 1959. He met Mary Kate Bird while she was a graduate student at George Washington, and they were married June 30, 1956. John then began a long and successful career in patent law, first as in-house patent counsel for RCA Corporation at the time they first developed color television. He then accepted a position in the legal department at the General Electric Company Research Laboratory in Schenectady, N.Y., before moving west to Portland in 1965 to join the patent law firm of Klarquist, Sparkman (then known as Buckhorn, Blore). In 1983, Mr. Dellett opened his own patent law firm, where he continued to practice until 2006, when he handed over the reins to James Walters. John Dellett and his wife have wintered in Mesa, Ariz., since 1993, returning each summer to their home in the Portland area. Funeral service 1 p.m., Saturday, June 28, 2008, at Adams Chapel at River View Cemetery in Portland. Graveside service at River View.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Friday, June 27, 2008.
DEMOOR, Catherine M. Bogacz  (1931-2008)
Catherine M. Bogacz DeMoor died Nov. 30, 2008, at age 77. Catherine M. Bogacz was born March 20, 1931, in Omaha, Neb. A homemaker, she moved to Portland in 1959. In 1951, she married Robert M. DeMoor. Survivors include her husband; daughters, Donna Shawn and Cheryl L. Mills; sons, Dennis, Donald and Ronald; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008.
DYER, Lorraine Eastman Burson (20 Dec 1925-30 June 2008)
A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 8, 2008, in the entertainment room of Hearthstone at Murrayhill in Beaverton for Lorraine E. Burson Dyer, who died June 30 at age 82. Lorraine Eastman was born Dec. 20, 1925, in Omaha, Neb. She moved to Portland in the early 1940s and graduated from Portland State University. She was an executive director of the Church and Synagogue Library Association and a volunteer librarian for Burlingame Baptist Church and Village Baptist Church in Beaverton. She moved to Beaverton in 1989. She married Frank M. Burson in 1948; he died in 1986. In 2004, she married Eldon A. Dyer. Survivors include her husband; daughter, Melanie R. Daniel; sons, Brian Burson and Brent Burson; brother, Dr. Donald Eastman; and five grandchildren. Remembrances to the library of Village Baptist Church. Arrangements by Springer & Son.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Thursday, July 3, 2008
NIMISTER, Marie (1919-2008)
Marie Nimister was born Jan. 10, 1919, in Omaha, Neb., and passed away Nov. 1, 2008, in Arizona. She is preceded in death by her husband, Orvis, and son, Orvis. They raised eight children in the Tillamook County area: Lorinda (Jerry) McArthur, Ray (June) Nimister, Ernie (Betty) Nimister, Royce Rydblom-Dittrick, Eva Nimister, Debbie (Homer) Marcum and Dennis Nimister. 13 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Marie enjoyed her work for many years in the medical field, after retiring she continued to work as a volunteer for nearly 20 years. She loved her family, that was the most important to her. Mama always had a smile for everyone in her life, everybody loved her, She will be greatly missed. Services will be held Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008, at 2 p.m. in Finley Sunset Hills in Portland.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Thursday, Nov. 6, 2008.
SIMMONS, Michael (16 Mar 1952-19 Nov 2008)
A gathering will be from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008, in Zeller Chapel of the Roses for Michael Simmons, who died Nov. 19 at age 56. Michael Simmons was born March 16, 1952, in Omaha, Neb. He moved in 1970 to Gresham, where he was an adjuster for Portland General Electric for 25 years and recently for Country Financial. He moved to Portland in 2004. In 1972, he married Colleen McKeel. Survivors include his wife; daughter, Megan White; and brother, Rick. Remembrances to the American Heart Association.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Monday, November 24, 2008.
STAPP, Virginia M. (1912-9 Feb 2008)
Virginia M. Stapp was born in 1912 and was raised in Omaha, Neb. She died Feb. 9, 2008, at the age of 95. She graduated from Nebraska State Teacher's College in 1933 and began her teaching career at St Mary's On The Mountain in Sewanee, Tenn. She met her future husband, Edward Stapp, in 1936 while teaching at St. Catherine's in Davenport, Iowa. They were married in 1940 and moved to Oregon in 1949. They operated a wholesale florist business near Boring until Edward's death in 1968. Virginia began teaching at St. Luke's Episcopal School in Gresham in 1951 and later became principal of the school. She left St. Luke's in 1964 and finished her teaching career at Joseph Lane School in Portland, retiring in 1977. After her retirement, Virginia remained an active member and volunteer at St. John The Evangelist Episcopal Church in Milwaukie. She also did volunteer work in public schools and for church youth camps. She enjoyed traveling and made several trips to Europe and the Middle East with groups from her church. Virginia is survived by her son, Douglas Stapp; daughter, Carol Lehman; and grandsons, Ray Stapp and James Heisler.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Friday, Febr. 15, 2008.
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Robert F. Bartos (10/23/1924-05/08/2009)
Robert Francis Bartos passed away May 8, 2009, in Beaverton. He was 84 years old and had lived in the Portland area almost 40 years. He was born on Oct. 23, 1924, in Omaha, Nebraska., the youngest of five children. Bob married LaVerne on May 8, 1954. Together they made homes in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and finally Oregon in 1969. They were married for 44 years until her passing in 1999. He was a salesman of electronic components for Oak Industries for over 24 years. Bob joined his beloved wife, LaVerne, on May 8, 2009, on what would have been their 55th wedding anniversary. Bob is survived by his daughter, Karen, and son-in-law, Paul Luttrell of Aloha; and grandsons, Nicholas, Jeffrey and Matthew Luttrell. A memorial service was held at 1 p.m. Friday, May 15, 2009, in Pegg, Paxson and Springer Funeral Chapel, Beaverton, Oregon.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Wednesday, May 13, 2009.
Blaha, Joseph Wade (09/17/1938-03/25/2009)
Joseph, age 70, was born in Omaha, Nebr. He was a publisher of Eagle Newspapers. Joseph is survived by his wife, Karen; sons, Steven Blaha and Mark Lytle; and daughters, Jennifer Blaha and Chris Sweet. He was preceded in death by his son, Craig Lytle. Recitation of the rosary, followed by a memorial Mass, will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 2, 2009, in St. John the Apostle Catholic Church. Arrangements by Holman, Hankins, Bowker & Waud.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Tuesday, March 31, 2009.
Irene Ehlers Morris (03/13/1924-10/11/2009)
Irene Morris passed away Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009, with her family at her side, after a short battle with cancer. She was born in Omaha, Neb., where she first met her future husband, Clifford Morris, when they lived across the street from each other as young children. She graduated from Benson High School in Omaha in 1941. After becoming reacquainted with Cliff on a family trip to Portland when she was in high school, Irene and Cliff were married in 1943, not long before Cliff went overseas to serve in World War II. Irene moved to Portland after the birth of their first child, Lynda Morris (Leary), in 1945, and years later, had a second daughter, Cynthia. Irene worked side by side with her husband and managed the accounts in the family business, Morris Scale Company, until the sale of the company in 1985. With her husband, she was the conference organizer of two national meetings in Portland of the International Society of Weighing and Measuring. Irene was named Woman of the Year by the society in 1986. She enjoyed cooking, traveling and shopping, but loved to spend time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren more than anything. Irene was preceded in death by her husband, Cliff, in 2002, and daughter, Lynda, in 1995. She is survived by her daughter, Cynthia; grandchildren, Jeff Lesowski (Judy), Jennifer McNeil (Mike) and Kathryn Lesowski Smith (Jefferson); great-grandchildren, Emily, Mitchell and Matthew Lesowski and Adrienne McNeil; and numerous nieces and nephews in Omaha. She will be forever loved and missed by her family and friends. Memorial gifts may be sent to the Oregon Food Bank. A service will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009, in Zeller Chapel of Roses.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, October 15, 2009.
Louis Lambert Mrkvicka (29 Apr 1925-25 Apr 2009)
Sequim [Washington] resident Louis L. Mrkvicka died in Seattle from complications after surgery. He was 83. He was born in Omaha, Nebr., to Lambert and Matilda (Reiman) Mrkvicka. He served on active duty with the Navy, from March 28, 1944, to May 31, 1946, becoming an electronics technician who was a petty officer second class on a minesweeper in the Pacific. Mr. Mrkvicka earned his bachelor's degree in engineering from the University of Nebraska in 1949. His employment included 33 years with Continental Can Company in St. Louis, as well as time in New York City, Van Wert, Ohio, and Chicago. In addition to being a Mason in Omaha, Neb., he was a member of Sequim Community Church and Sequim Elks, belonged to Veterans of Foreign Wars and was a life-member of American Legion in Van Wert, Ohio. Mr. Mrkvicka married Betty Terry in Sequim on July 24, 2004. In addition to his wife, survivors include son Mike of El Paso, Texas; daughter and son-in-law Teresa and Ken Henderson of Lewis Center, Ohio; and one grandchild. Services: Memorial was held April 29 in Sequim Community Church. Burial was in Bohemian National Cemetery, Omaha, Nebraska. Sequim Valley Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
Source: The Peninsula Daily News, Port Angeles, Washington. May 4, 2009.
Robert L. Putt (02/23/1924-03/11/2009)
Putt, Robert L. Age 85, was born and raised in Omaha, Nebr. A World War II Army Air Corps honor service was held in Willamette National Cemetery. His wife of 62 years, Marge Christensen; son, John; daughters, Janie, Kathryn and Mary; and granddaughters attended. Lance Hubener supported the Christensen clan. Special thanks to sister, Marge Madden; and brother-in-law, John. Bob's brother, Richard Putt preceded him in passing. Bob was a salesman for Trailmobile and Lyon Metal prior to managing Napili Surf in Maui, Hawaii. Bob's community service included Lahaina Yacht Club & Youth Center, Napili Canoe Club, West Maui Taxpayer's Assoc. Support to Napili Emergency Center and Kiwanis International. Our gratitude to Fanno Creek Elite Care and Legacy Hospice for their respect and caregiving to Dad.
Source: The Sunday Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Sunday, March 22, 2009.
Glorie Jean (Tangeman) Wright (10/03/1933-04/19/2009)
Glorie, age 75, was born in Omaha, Nebr.  She was a supervisor for Yaw's Top Notch Restaurant.  Glorie is survived by her son, Art; and stepsons, Matt Wright, Mike Wright and Robert Ball. A celebration of life was held at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 17, 2009, in the reception room at Gresham Memorial Chapel.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Friday, May 15, 2009.

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Emelyn K. Smith (04/24/1922 04/29/2010)
Smith, Emelyn K. Age 88 b. 04/24/1922 d. 04/29/2010.  Emelyn was born in Omaha, Nebr  She was a librarian and a homemaker.  Emelyn is survived by her sons, Neale D. and Keith M. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack S.  A memorial service will be held in the future. Arrangements by Crown Memorial Center - Tualatin, Oregon.
Source: The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon,  Monday, May 17, 2010.

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