I still use this energy to tune in and get a message. One of my earliest memories is playing alone on the veranda throwing a ball at this wonderful very old kind man who was always happy and smiled a lot. He would catch it in mid air no matter how I threw it and he would throw it back at me. He never spoke but somehow I always knew if someone wanted me or to stop playing because someone was approaching. I can still remember her face when she would see me playing— shudder, pale a little and then go back into the house.
In my twenties by mistake!! Lisa a manager at work introduced me to a medium Peter Temperton and finally the penny dropped. I sat in his circle and under his gentle guidance learnt that my inner voice was a guide and there was structured development of my mediumship skills. I was suffering with panic attacks and it was at this time another friend Linda introduced me to Krista Pearce who in documented my early spiritual development in her book Inside Out available on Kindle. Spirit started sending me more and more people for readings and they were returning for updates. But I felt I was not doing the best work I could and I had to do more learning.
Karen become one of my best friends and was a wonderful mentor. She broke my heart when she returned to spirit. I must have been the only medium in the world who was scared of seeing spirit. Margie Brookes came into my life and absolutely took the fear away. She also taught me Healing and helped me to create a strong link with spirit which took all fears away.
There then followed the saddest time of my life when, a few months after Karen, she too returned to spirit. Almost as soon as they passed they joined forces in spirit and organised a committee for my development. I was made aware of this in my own meditations but full of grief I refused to listen. There then followed a flurry of messages from mediums who just felt compelled to give me a message all of which confirmed this.
Sue Allen who founded the fantastic School of Intuition and Healing is so very knowledgeable and wise she makes me think of Dumbledore from Harry Potter. Donna Stewart who has to be the most gifted teacher of Mediumship that there can be. Magical Doug Buckingham who is one of the most wonderful human beings I know — he taught me Reiki, Hypnotherapy and so much more. Services will be held later this spring. Holmes Funeral Home will be in charge of the details which will be announced at a later date.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 13, at AM at the Chadron Berean Church with lunch and fellowship to follow. Aubyn Laurene Ofe went to her heavenly home April 6, at the age of She was born on July 18, on her family farm in Neligh, Nebraska. She graduated from Elgin High School and taught school in her home district for three years afterwards. She married Harold Ofe on June 26, and spent her years as a rural school teacher. She was very involved with her church, teaching Sunday School and leading Bible studies. She was also involved in craft clubs. Aubyn always grew large gardens, which provided vegetables until the next season.
She was always there to support her husband and her daughters in many church, sports, and 4-H activities. Aubyn enjoyed all kinds of crafts which included making clothes for her daughters and crocheting a large table doily which took overall best at Dawes County Fair. She also traced her family genealogy which took her to Germany in Schrantz Osborn.
The family resided in Springview which then had a population of around She passed away Wednesday, April 3, after a long and brave battle with cancer. She joined the Methodist Church with her mother after moving to Hay Springs. She attended high school in Hay Spring, graduating in During that time you could teach during the school year and attend college to receive your teaching degree during the summer. Ann started teaching school at the age of During the time she was teaching at Fairview, she met a handsome young man from Gordon at a Rushville dance named Dale Downing.
Three years later, on August 9th, they were married. They joined the Presbyterian Church in Gordon and were lifelong active members. Ann took a few years off from teaching to be with her children. She went back to teaching in when Julie started school.
Her family was the light of her life and she enjoyed doing almost anything as long as it was with her family.
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Ann taught in the Gordon area for 44 years, teaching at two country schools until she was hired at Gordon Elementary School. For all but a couple of years, she taught fifth grade. Over the years her family has had hundreds of people tell them that she was their favorite teacher.
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She was loved by her students and her fellow teachers. She even had people try and talk her into coming out of retirement so their youngest child could have her for a teacher just like their older siblings, and parents did. There were many people in town she taught that found their children going to Mrs.
Ann retired from full time teaching in After retiring from teaching Ann, who never stopped working in some way, went to work for her high school friend Suzie Spangler who ran Jefco Inn cleaning rooms. She really enjoyed her job, especially the people that she worked with, and said it gave her good exercise. In Ann was diagnosed with breast cancer, which she fought and won the battle with and went into remission for 4 years.
A year later Ann volunteered to go down to Louisiana to help rebuild after hurricane Katrina with a group from the church. In her retirement Ann loved to travel, especially trips with her family and friends. Those two things were the most important thing to her and she stayed close to her lifelong friends. She went on cruises, went white water rafting and loved the balloon festival. She was an avid reader and loved the local library. She held several offices in the Presbyterian Church, including financial secretary and was still actively serving up until her death.
She was honored in the Order of Eastern Star for being a 50 year member and at one time served as Worthy Matron. She sponsored several youth trips with the church. Ann was well remembered for her Vacation Bible School programs. She helped and taught with bible school for many years and was the Head of Vacation Bible School for 8 years.
Kids from every church loved to go to the bible school programs she put together and they were all always welcome. In Ann was diagnosed with cancer again, which she battled bravely for 4 years. In Ann passed away after a long hard battle with cancer. Ann is survived by her husband of 54 years - Dale L. Webb passed away on April 4, at her home in Gordon. Viola was born on May 21, in Orchard, Nebr. A memorial has been established. Chamberlain Pier Funeral Home of Gordon is in charge of arrangements.
Norman R. He was born in Rushville, to Robert T. Evans deceased and Mary C. Furman-Evans on September 29, He spent his early years on the Furman ranch, south of Rushville, due to the untimely death of his father. Once honorably discharged he returned to Gordon where he met and married Bonny W. Ehlers on July 2, In his early career, Norman drove a taxi, propane truck and wrecker.
Through this business he was able to serve many community members and provide for his family. During his early years, Norman enjoyed flying. He used personal time, logging hours out of the Gordon, Chadron and Mitchell airports. Later, Norman spent endless hours at the lake with his family, boating, fishing and picnicking.
Norman was preceded in death by his mother and father, and half-sister Anita Taylor and his beloved pet, Bruce. Norman is survived by; his wife of 65 years, Bonny W. He is also survived by 8 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Lois A. Her parents were Alfonzo V. She passed peacefully at home surrounded by her four daughters, extended family and friends.
She had three brothers who preceded her in death - Howard, Donald, and infant Kenneth Jacobs. As a young girl, she lived on a farm in the Panhandle of Nebraska, helping raise her brothers and sisters. Lois married Robert Louis Tollman on March 14, Into that union was born Merri L. Westcott McClung of Boise, Idaho. In June of , they packed up Maureen, Carleen, and Merri and drove to Alaska in a station wagon with a small trailer loaded with their belongings. Being of pioneer spirit, Lois and Leo settled into their new life and adventure in Soldotna, Alaska, along the Kenai River.
Together they raised their three daughters - Leo working for the Cheechako News and Lois in retail. Her flowerbeds and gardens were always amazing as was their home. She had style and was a class act. Lois and Leo were very active in the Soldotna First United Methodist Church, being founding members, and were loved by all. In , they sold their home and shipped their belongings to Boise, Idaho, to begin another chapter in their full lives. Again, Lois bloomed where she was planted. Leo preceded Lois in death on March 13, Lois is survived by her 5 children, 15 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and 4 great-great-grandchildren.
She is also survived by close family members Pat Tagart, Jini Etten, and Neva McGregor, as well as by a host of dear friends - all of whom will miss her greatly. Lois was blessed for her journey in this life with the Fruit of the Spirits - love, joy, peace, patience, gentleness, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, and self-control Galatians 5: A celebration of her life was held at p. Lukes Home Care and Hospice. Any correspondence should be directed to Pineridge Dr.
Boise, ID We would like to offer special thanks to Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel for their professional services. He was On line condolences may be left at www. He passed away at home after a three year courageous battle with cancer. Roger was born on May 9th, in Gordon, Nebr. Roger was raised on a farm near Batesland, SD. They were married at the Methodist Church on May 6th, in Chadron. They had one son, Austin on July 27, Roger worked at various ranches and did some motocross racing before starting his long railroad career for the BNSF in Roger worked as a laborer — stationary engineer for several years before retiring from the railroad in July Roger was a fun loving, kind hearted guy who loved to fish and hunt.
Fishing was his passion. He was known as chef Rogeo in the heating plant and grilled the meals for his co-workers as well as taking care of the heating plant duties. Roger was known for his hot salsa. He was an avid Husker fan and loved to eat his chips and salsa while watching the husker games. He was best known for his woodworking talents. He loved to make clocks. Roger will be sadly missed by family and friends. Roger was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Barbara Kehn Gartzke. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, April 6th, at am at St.
Pastor Bob Mortvedt will officiate. Memorials made be given to Good Samaritan Society, P. Online condolences may be left at www. Myrtle passed away on March 27, in Newcastle, Wyoming. She married Otto Carl Krueger on January 4, To this union two daughters were born, Marion and Jeanette.
She spent her life as a loving mother and housewife. She enjoyed gardening, card parties, walking with friends and making polyester quilts for her family and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents; husband Otto; sister Pearl Jacobsen and grandson Steven Shereck. On Monday, March 25, , there was great rejoicing in heaven as Ethel L. Andrick Anderson, 94, went home to be with the Lord, and join all the loved ones waiting for her there. She was at home, on the ranch that she loved, when she left this earth. Ethel was born January 28, in a sod house in southern Sheridan Co. She attended Alliance High School and became a teacher following her graduation.
On April 25, , Ethel married Ben F. Andrick in Alliance, Nebr. They resided there, until purchasing a ranch in Sheridan Co. She was an active member of Pleasant Point Community Church. Ethel was interested in everything around her, and avidly followed politics and loved reading. Ben preceded her in death on March 20, Ethel spent her life wholly committed to God, her family, and the church. She read through the Bible seventy-two times and memorized countless scriptures.
She loved her family and had specific days she prayed for each member. She cherished the old hymns and was an avid proponent of having them included in worship. She had the collection printed and bound into a booklet to share with family and friends. She was an extraordinary person, and has left a legacy to her family of incalculable value. Ethel met John Anderson at the retirement park and they were married in Alliance on May 22, He preceded her in death.
Ethel is survived by her children, Sandra J. Andrick, Ellsworth, Nebr, Ben F. In addition to her husbands, Ethel was preceded in death by her parents, an infant son, Brian, her brother Wesley Strasburger, and sister, Pearl Kroeze. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, April 2, at a. Pastor Bob Townsend will officiate. Graveside services will follow at the Alliance Cemetery at p. Visitation will be at the funeral home on Monday from a. Bates-Gould Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. In , he moved with his parents to a farm north of Batesland, S. After graduating from Batesland High School, he drove trucks building a runway for an air base in Kearney, Neb.
Then he returned to South Dakota to help his dad farm. Their marriage on March 9, was the beginning of a lifetime partnership, working side by side, which lasted over 67 years. After they were married, they transformed a granary into their first home near Swett, SD and did it again to a granary east of Gordon in Their time was consumed with work and raising their children, Don and Sandra. They farmed and ranched in Bennett County, S.
Many hours were spent moving equipment. The whole family helped with the work while Lyle made the rounds keeping everyone going. In addition to farming and ranching, over the years, he tried his hand at other jobs - fireman on the railroad, helping drill an oil well, private airplane pilot, dirt moving to build dams, terraces and waterways, dairy operator, hog farmer, carpet installer, auto parts salesman and owner of the Arrowhead Inn at White Clay, Neb.
When he sold the bar in , he could still jump over the counter and pursue shoplifters. His passion in retirement was buying and restoring antique tractors and stationary engines. He and his buddy, Charles Kelly, spent many hours going to auctions and tractor pulls. He enjoyed every minute of it. Unfortunately, his fun was short-lived when he had a debilitating stroke January 10, They said that he would never walk again, but he was determined to run a tractor again and worked hard until he was able to walk with the aid of a walker.
It was still a major accomplishment for him. His red jazzer became his mode of transportation. They both moved to Gordon Countryside Care where he resided until his death March 23, Lyle was preceded in death by an infant sister, his sister Mildred, his parents and his son, Don. He will be remembered for his love of family, constant smile and famous war whoop. He set a wonderful example of how to always treat others with respect and will be missed by all who knew him.
Funeral services were held Wednesday March 27, , at a. He was 83 years old. He spent his childhood in the Sandhills of Nebraska, working ranches, where he met and married the love of his life, Lois Lea Lineback, on December 19, His early career found him as a logger in the mountains of Colorado until he started his career as a union carpenter in San Diego, Calif. He loved to help people. Because of that, he never met a single stranger, just a future friend. He was someone anyone could trust for anything. His wife, Lois, preceded him in death.
He is also preceded by his parents; brother, Clifford, and two sisters, Opal and Joy. Bill will be dearly missed by family and many friends. A memorial service was held, Wednesday, February 20 at p. George Maurice Nutt, Jr. He was born January 25, in Tekamah, Neb. He was a member of the St. He taught physical education, health and biology for 35 years in Dorchester, Elwood, Omaha, Arapahoe, Gordon, and Lincoln Public Schools while coaching a variety of sports.
He was preceded in death by his beloved daughter Nancy Fredericksen, mother Florence, step-father Ross Soderling, father George, and sister-in-law Margaret Soderling. David Lux, St. Paul United Methodist Church officiating. Reception at Wyuka to follow. Fredericksen Fund or St. Paul United Methodist Church.
She was born in Rushville and lived her entire life there until her final years. Mary passed away peacefully March 21, at Gordon Countryside Care. From early childhood she was a hard worker. At age four she helped care for her father when he was injured in a farming accident. As she grew, she helped him with the farming and developed a love of the land and of animals.
Mary taught many students prior to her marriage to Arie York in They had three children when he returned from active duty as a paratrooper during WWII. Mary stayed home to be a homemaker and mother for ten years, and then returned again to teaching. Collins, Colo. Her desire to educate children began with the education of her own children. After retiring from teaching and from various jobs within the court house, she volunteered many hours at the Rushville Public Library. She also took the job of feeding any stray cat that looked hungry.
Survivors include her younger sister Ada Kansas , sons Michael Rushville and Albert Oregon , daughter Nancy and son-in-law Ailbe California , grandson Nathan, granddaughter Marianna and four great granddaughters. At her request a graveside service was held Monday, March 25, , a. Al Trucano officiating. Opal Wheeler, 94, of Alliance, died Friday, March 22, at her home surrounded by her family and friend. At her request, cremation has taken place at Jolliffe Funeral Home in Scottsbluff. Memorials may be made in care of the family. Jolliffe Funeral Home in Scottsbluff is in charge of arrangements.
She was raised a ranch kid around Gordon and in South Dakota. She attended school at St. She enjoyed reading, crocheting, baseball, audio books and being around her family. Fernola was born on Aug. Cronan Barth. She was raised and educated in Nebraska. While living in Nebraska, Fernola worked mainly in food service; she worked in a bakery then at the Gordon truck stop until the time she moved to Idaho. Fernola was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary in Gordon since and was still an active member up until the time of her death. Fernola left Nebraska and moved to Idaho to be closer to her children who lived here.
She later went to work for St. Benedicts Hospital now St. She worked there until a decline in health forced her to take an early retirement. Fernola became very close to her neighbors, Wayne and Pauline Patheal; they were always there when she needed them the most. She was preceded in death by her parents and a daughter, Virginia Mae Traughber. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made on behalf of the family to Serenity Funeral Chapel, Second Ave. A celebration of life was held for Fernola at 2 p.
Cleveland in Jerome, Idaho. Pastor Gene Kissinger officiated. Inurnment followed at the Wendell Cemetery. Karen grew up in Gordon, Neb. Karen lived in several different states after getting married to Roger Cadwallader, working the horse racing circuit and feed lots, where she worked in their snack shacks and different kitchens, while her husband, Roger, was on the track with the horses as the outback rider and working on the gates.
Karen also was able to live in England for a year when Roger was in the Air Force. Karen is survived by her husband Roger of Clovis, N. She has left 20 nieces and nephews, 26 great nieces and nephews, 14 great-great nieces and nephews. Also, her mother-in-law Clarian Cadwallader of Gordon. Karen was cremated and there will be a grave side service at a later date. The memorial service will be held at a. Reverend Al Trucano will be officiating the service. Moe was born in Rushville, April 6, Moe worked and owned Nicks Saws and Parts for 30 years. He loved farming and spending time with his family.
Great conversations and solving world problems in the late hours of the evening was a favorite pastime. Moe is known for his humor and for being named the grumpiest man in Whiteclay in the Lakota Times. He was born October 30, , in Arnold, Neb. He married Margaret Elise Cole May 16, and they recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary.
To this union three children were born Ron, Mardell and Debra. Dale entered the Army on June 15, Dale was an insurance salesman in Hay Springs and Chadron for many years. He owned Joy Realty, where he enjoyed meeting all the new residence of Hay Springs. He was active in his community and served as the Mayor of Hay Springs.
He took pride in being a member of the Hay Springs volunteer fire department for 30 plus years. He was passionate about golfing. He took great pleasure in his family, church and friends. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Rushville. He attended country school and then graduated from Rushville High School in Harlow married Maryellen Cech of Clinton, Neb. Together they had two children, Duane and Barbara.
Harlow spent many years farming and ranching, first in Clinton, and later in Hinckley, Minnesota, after moving there in He also worked at Nord Manufacturing in Hinckley. After retiring, winters were spent enjoying the weather in Montverde, Florida. He enjoyed getting out to many different community gatherings and events.
He enjoyed traveling and had visited other countries and taken several cruises. He enjoyed tending his flower gardens and sitting outdoors. His greatest joy was his family, especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hinckley, Minn.
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Sweley, 70, of Salina, passed away Thursday, March 14, Dave graduated from Salina High in and Kansas State in Following ordination he served Presbyterian churches in Gordon, Neb. He founded Willow Tree Festival, started a food pantry, served as a volunteer for fire and rescue, and was active in Lions Club of Gordon. He and his wife Cheryl served in several offices for National Presbyterian Mariners.
He enjoyed reading, traveling and playing bridge. David is survived by his wife of 50 years, Cheryl; daughter, Stephanie and husband David, of Ft. Visitation will be from p. Memorial service will be at p. Beloit Ave. Inurnment will be at a later date in Gordon, Neb. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the Sunrise Presbyterian Church or Hospice of Salina, left in care of the mortuary. Veterans Home in Scottsbluff. He grew up a typical country boy on the farm. Louis helped on the farm with the milking each day before going to school.
He left school in the eighth grade and stayed home to help with the family farm. He entered in the Army on January 5, Louis was stationed in Germany and Korea. He was a welder and a mechanic working on trucks, jeeps and tanks. Louis was employed as a cowboy on several ranches. The couple pastured their black Angus cows. In they rented a place in the Gordon, Nebr. He suffered an injury and in the fall of the Donasons retired to a small acreage near Ogallala. He enjoyed caring for his horses and cattle and being outdoors.
He especially liked spending time with his grandchildren. The family chose cremation. There will be a private family memorial service at a later date. Draucker Funeral Home of Ogallala is in charge of arrangements. She spent her years growing up in Gordon. She formed her own drapery business from the early fifties until she and Merle retired and moved to Glasgow, KY. Viola is survived by her daughter Janice Marie Karnes of Ark.
Martin T. Schnare and Rev. Richard Mueller officiating. Funeral services for Angela C. Angela C. On June 29, , Angela married Bennie Kozal. To this marriage two children were born Joann Darlene, and Donald Dean. Angela is survived by six grandchildren Gina Rosse of Columbus, Neb. Chamberlain Drabbels Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
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One night wake services will begin at 1 p. Tuesday, March 12, at St. Services will be at 11 a. Wednesday, March 13, at the church, with the Rev. Condolences may be sent to Elm St. Gordon, Nebr. Sioux Funeral Home in Pine Ridge is in charge of the arrangements. Linda M. Wheaton, age 65, and resident of Rushville, Neb.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American cancer society. Graveside service for D. Hugh Goodfellow, 87, will be held at A. He spent his childhood in the Sandhills of Nebraska with his sisters, Genevra and Vivian. He attended rural school until the eighth grade, and then attended the Gordon High School in Gordon, Nebraska where he studied agriculture.
He graduated from high school in He was married to Lois L. He and Lois were associated with his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ernest and Dorothy Purdy, in Purdy Studio for 12 years before becoming a partner on January 1, He was the photographer in Gordon and surrounding towns until his retirement in taking pictures of babies, school pictures, senior pictures, class reunions, and weddings.
He, Lois and Dorothy sold the Studio and moved to Douglas in to be closer to family, and he has resided here the past 20 years. He was very active in his church holding many offices, taught Sunday school, sang in the choir, and read his Bible daily. Hugh was preceded in death by his parents; mother and father-in-law; and two sisters, Genevra Cobb and Vivian Rock.
On April 10, she married Virgil Hodgson of Pierre South Dakota in Omaha, Nebraska, then moved to a small farm outside of Gordon raising animals and providing a great place to raise a family. Bessie was an active member of the Legion Auxiliary and the Presbyterian Church. In she took a 1 week cruise to Alaska and in traveled to Hawaii for 3 weeks. Throughout her married life she traveled the US extensively. Bessie took great and caring pleasure in her family, friends and life in general.
She also was a quick one with a wink, a smile and blowing kisses. To the nurses and staff of the Bitterroot Valley Living Center we want to send our thanks and appreciation of the fine care you provided for our Mother while in your care.
She spent her final days being loved and cared for by her family and friends. Shelley was born September 23, , to Ralph and Bertha Johnson, completing the family of five girls. They lived on the family ranch east of Pine Ridge, where they raised cattle and hogs. From an early age she loved animals, and many stray dogs and cats benefited from her loving care as well as an assortment of ducks, geese, chickens and goats. She also cared for dozens of orphan calves over the years with all of them being named.
One calf broke a leg during delivery and Shelley insisted that she would take care of it and after the vet amputated the front leg she nursed it back to health. After briefly studying to be a Vet Tech, Shelley came back to the Ranch and the life she loved. On February 22, , she married Bruce Simmons and the couple lived on his ranch north of Eli. While living there they had two boys, Preston, born June 18, and Peyton born June 3, In January of they moved to the Stateline Ranch north of Gordon to help run the ranch that her dad Ralph and Uncle Stan had purchased in Her faith also sustained her after being diagnosed with cancer in the spring of Her family knew her stubborn independent side which she directed toward her fight against the disease, never giving up hope for a new body, which she now has in heaven.
Burial will be held in the Gordon Cemetery. Joe weighed in at 12 pounds, 9 ounces. As a young man Joe lived on the family ranch near Pringle, SD, with his three brothers and sister. Joe attended high school at Custer where he enjoyed sports, participating in football, basketball and track. Joe set a few records. After graduation from Custer High School in , Joe worked construction.
On December 26, he married the love of his life, Ferol Ousley. They enjoyed 59 years together. In they were blessed with the first of three sons, Jeffery Charles. Joe took the family on the road doing construction jobs in Wyoming and Montana. In , after the birth of their second son, Bradley Joe, they moved back to the Custer area where Joe worked in the timber and mining business. He also worked with his Dad on the family ranch. In , Timothy Miles joined the family.
In he and his sons traded the Pringle ranch for a ranch in Nebraska. The last few years Joe helped his sons with the ranch south of Hat Springs. He especially enjoyed haying and checking cattle on his 4-wheeler. Joe was never afraid of hard work and was always willing to help others. He loved playing cards, going to the barn sale, brandings and generally being around friends where he could visit and share a story. Joe was preceded in death by his parents, Wylie and Mildred; brothers, Bob and Glen and sister, Donna. Memorial services will be held at p.
Interment will follow at the Custer Cemetery. Written condolences may be made at www. Each evening, Matt was full of questions for his parents and would not give up until he obtained the answers he was seeking. Matt was an excellent student in school and was proud to be on the honor roll and to have perfect attendance in 7th grade this year. Throughout his short time spent with us, Matthew was involved in many activities, including cub scouts, swimming, band, candle-lighter in church, bible school and especially sports.
His biggest enjoyment came from playing organized baseball, football and especially basketball, and he grew very close to many of his teammates. Matt was excited to take what he learned, in both school and sports, to help younger kids, and in particular his sister at home. Matt looked forward to visiting family in Wisconsin, and especially his cousins Bret, Morgan and Kyle in Sidney, Nebraska. Those kids would wear their parents and grandparents out just watching them in all of their activities.
Matt had many friends in the communities of Gordon and Rushville. He was always smiling; his sense of humor and attitude and kindness towards others was infectious. Matthew was, and still is, a true inspiration to his little sister. Matthew Jaggers left this world to watch over us on February 21, , at the young age of 12 years and 9 months. He was born in Gordon, Neb. Roger wrote poetry, was a Master Gardener, enjoyed rock collecting and was an abstract painter.
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Please visit our online guestbook for Roger at www. Peters, Terry D. Maple Road in Elkhorn, NE. Private inumrnent. Condolence to www. He was preceded in death by his sister Linda Evert Coleman. Coworkers say that he was a good role model to his students, always positive and truly enjoyed teaching. A lover of his home state—Nebraska, he traveled extensively and lived in Neligh, and after he married Kathy, Norfolk.
He also loved his adopted state—Iowa—where they lived in Burlington and Davenport before moving to the lakes area in September Since he was a small boy reading the encyclopedia, Craig has never stopped loving to read. It was nothing for him to be reading three books and numerous periodicals at one time. From childhood to adulthood, Craig tinkered, always inquisitive about how things worked and usually taking them apart to find out.
He was creative, generous, fun and full of life. Always active, he loved being outdoors on a bicycle; in , he rode 1, miles. He loved his family, his co-workers and students. Mildred G. Gotheridge was born on April 2, on the family homestead north of Rushville, Nebraska. She grew up in the Nebraska area where she received her formal schooling. Denison preceded her in death on August 19, Mildred was a wonderful wife and mother.
She had been a member of the Eli, Nebraska Wesleyan Church since , where she served for many years as the church pianist. She also was a member of the Ladies Missionary Group. Along with her church work, she enjoyed quilting, crocheting, reading, and especially loved crafting. She could make something out of nothing! She enjoyed cooking Sunday family dinners, and especially enjoyed making donuts.
She always loved going to church and Bible study. Her family will cherish her Bible because it has all the notes of sermons and who preached each sermon. Denison was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Raymond; four brothers and three sisters; and grandson, Ronald Denison. Baylor Dr.
Memorial services for Mrs. Dewey Ave. Joseph L. He served in the U. Army from to serving in Korea. Huckins was a Union Carpenter, retiring in He was a 50 year member of the Carpenter Union She preceded him in death on July 3, Huckins, Jr. Francis Cardiac Rehab for their loving care. Lloyd Donald Don Chappell Sr. He was raised on a farm near Clinton, Neb, where he attended school. In addition to farming, his parents also owned a grocery store in Clinton.
In he purchased his ranch south of Merriman, where he lived until age In he was drafted into the army and served overseas during WWII. He was very proud of his military service, and shared many stories with his family. In he was married to Arlene Marie McCauley, and they shared 55 years together until her passing in Don ran the Standard gas station in Merriman during the s. He left the station in and was a full-time cattle rancher. He was a wonderful grandfather. He loved spending time with family; nothing was more important to him.
He enjoyed being outdoors, riding horseback and caring for his animals. There was no place he would rather be than home on the ranch, where he lived until he moved to Gordon Countryside Care in Don is preceded in death by his father and mother, his wife Arlene, brothers Charles, Byron, Dick and Bill. Burial was in the Center Cemetery. The family suggests memorials to the NRA. Box Gordon, Neb Richard J. Michaelson, 89, passed away on Feb. Richard was born on April 13, in Sheridan County, Neb. Richard married Lucille Lehman on Jan.
They welcomed three sons, Ken, Rod and Terry while in Panama. Then in they returned to the Michaelson family farm North of Rushville where Richard had grown up.
Farming was his passion. He raised his family on the farm and continued farming and actively participating in community boards and committees until he retired. Following the service a lunch for family and friends will be held in the Fellowship Hall. Funeral services will be held at p. Interment will be held in the Swallow Family Cemetery. Marcella grew up on a farm in Keya Paha County, where she attended school graduating with the class of in Springview.
She was always noted for her artistic abilities. After graduation she attended a Business College in Omaha, where she boarded with a family taking care of the children to pay her way through college. Upon returning to this area she married the love of her life, Vonald Ray Bartlett also a twin , on April 29, To this union one child Lori Lee was born on October 18, Marcella worked at a variety of jobs throughout her lifetime as a secretary, telephone operator, EMT, and a nurse aide. Marcella loved working in her garden where she always felt close to nature and God.
She loved growing beautiful flowers and vegetables in her garden and sharing her produce, flower seeds, and bulbs with others. She spent many hours canning and sharing what she grew with her family and friends. She always had a kind word for everyone and would be quick with a hug. Marcella was preceded in death by her parents, sister Frankie, and brother Larry. She also leaves a host of nieces and nephews and many friends. Gerald E. He was preceded in death by his wife on Dec.
Services were Fri. John McKnight, Jr. Visitation was from Noon Friday until time of service. Don died February 2,, at Gordon Countryside Care. She spent her childhood on the Andersen ranch south of Gordon where her parents and grandparents had homesteaded. She attended high school in Gordon, graduating in Lora married Lyle Sanders, October 27, She was also more than an aunt to Cyndy and Pat Reddy.
She will be remembered for being a loving Grandma who expected kids to behave. She gave time to the American Legion Auxiliary, the Episcopalian Church, also volunteering at the hospital, running errands for shut-ins and babysitting. She was a walking talking bundle of independence, who lived at home with Scooter-dog, watching Fox news and the P. She maintained contact with family and friends continuing a long standing tradition of caring about others and reminding everyone she was perfectly able to take care of herself.
Lora passed away February 2, , after suffering from a stroke, she was Boyer and son-in-law Michael Solano. Inurnment burial was in the Gordon Cemetery. She was the fourth of six children. She was a loving mother and a housewife. They opened their hearts and home to many young people during the summer. Shirley became known as Aunt Shirley to one and all. She enjoyed various activities with her family and friends. Donald N. Leui, 85, died Jan. Dorsett Home in Spearfish, SD.
Don became a successful lifelong farmer and civic-minded citizen of western Bennett County, S. Meade, Sturgis S. Lunch will be provided. His many friends and family were there to say their goodbyes as he drifted off to his heavenly home. He loved being out in the Sandhills of Nebraska on a horse working cattle. He touched the lives of everyone he came in contact with. He loved life and knew no boundaries. His entire life was one of Service. If a neighbor was laid up or needed help Steve was always there for them. He would just be there.
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