- Date Posted: 2018-03-19
Marvin L. Dyer, age 86, passed away on March 19, 2018 at Longmont United Hospital in Longmont, CO. He was born on February 13, 1932 in Elwood, NE to Marion and Geneva (Harvey) Dyer.
Marvin grew up in Lexington, NE. He graduated from Lexington Senior High School in Lexington, NE in 1951. After high school he attended Hastings College in Hastings, NE and the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, NE. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served in Europe 1953-1955 in between his college years. After college, Marvin worked as a Nebraska State Bank Examiner, and a U.S. Dept. of Treasury National Bank Examiner. He then worked as a Branch Manager for First Western Bank of Pinole, CA and then at Longmont National Bank in Longmont, CO for 20 years.
Marvin then owned a Hallmark store in Longmont, CO with his spouse Lois. He then started Dyer Realty and acted as Broker for 28 years until his passing.
Marvin married Lois E. Norman on March 16, 1958 in Wausa, NE. There were happily married for 60 years. Marvin was a member and past president of many local civic groups. His memberships included the Longmont Sirloin Club and the Longmont Chamber of Commerce. He was also a member of the Garfield Masonic Lodge, the Scottish Rite and the El Jebel Shrine. Perhaps his favorite longest term membership was the Longmont Rotary Club. He especially enjoyed the Longmont Rotary Club’s activities to blend the local business, professional and agricultural communities. Marvin greatly enjoyed college football as the charter president of the Longmont Buffs Club and lifelong interest in Nebraska football.
The common thread through his professional and volunteer life was his interest in building the community. He saw the primary path for that to be understanding and participating with everyone in the community to build a stronger community for the future. His career as a banker, as a real estate broker, and as a participant in many civic clubs was to connect people so the future would be be better for the next generation and beyond.
Marvin is survived by his spouse Lois of Longmont; his son and daughter-in-law Greg and Tracey Dyer of Longmont and his daughter Deanna Dyer of Longmont; his brother Dallas Dyer (Judy) of Salem, OR; his grandchildren Thomas and Benjamin of Longmont; eleven nieces and nephews and 30 great nieces and nephews. Marvin thoroughly enjoyed every visit in his life with these people and remembered the details of each conversation.
Marvin was preceded in death by his parents William Marion and Geneva Ellen Dyer, his brothers Orin and Dale, and his sister Charlotte (Taylor) Dyer.
A funeral service will be held at Hocky Mountain Christian Church, Niwot CO at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 24, 2018. A visitation will be held at Ahlberg Funeral Chapel, Longmont, CO from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, March 23, 2018. Burial will follow the funeral at Ft. McPherson National Cemetery with military rites in Brady, NE at a later date.
In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to the Longmont Rotary Charity Fund or the Longmont Habitat for Humanity.
- Date Posted: 2017-08-11
- Maiden Name: Triplett
Verla M. Heun, 84 of Kearney died Friday, Aug. 11, 2017 at Kearney Regional Hospital.
Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m., Wednesday at the Kearney Evangelical Free Church. The Rev. Brian Klein will officiate. Interment will be 2:30 pm at Ft. McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell.
Visitation will be 5-7 Tuesday at O’Brien Straatmann Redinger Funeral Home in Kearney.
Verla was born May 14, 1933 in Sumner, to Claris H. and Edna L. (Brittin) Triplett. She was married to John F. Heun on July 25, 1951 in Broken Bow. He died on Aug. 22, 1978.
The family moved in 1938 to the rural Lexington area where she was baptized at Fairhaven Baptist Church in 1943 and attended South 17 School. She graduated in 1951 from Lexington High School and 1985 from Mid Plains Community College in North Platte.
The family lived in Lexington before moving to Greeley, Colo. They returned to Nebraska, living in Holdrege before moving in 1961 to Gothenburg. She retired and moved to Kearney in 2002.
She had been employed at Northwestern Bell and The Clipper-Herald in Lexington; The Family Life office in North Platte; Gothenburg Memorial Hospital, Gothenburg Family Practice and The Gothenburg Times.
She enjoyed genealogy and had been a volunteer at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney. She also was a member of Friendship BibleStudy.
Survivors include three sons, David (Sherry) Heun, Steven (Karen) Heun and Michael (Jen) Heun, all of Kearney; daughter, Karen (Mike) Struss of Prosser. Additional survivors include 12 grandchildren, Philip (Ericka) Heun, Teresa (Wallace) Harwood, all of Kearney; Jennifer (Kayne) Musil of St. Joseph, Mo.; Brian (Jennie) Theesen of Hastings; Brant (Emily) Theesen of Maryland; Ryan (Karissa) Heun of Lincoln; and Lindsay, Logan, Lance, Mark, Courtney and Natalie Heun, all of Kearney.
She is also survived by great-grandchildren, Allison, Hayden, Josiah, Gabriel, Henry and Asa Heun of Kearney, Hallie, Elijah, Anna, Dylan and Emma Harwood of Kearney; Isaiah, Keilah and Saydee Musil of St. Joseph, Mo.; Reagan and Riley Theesen of Maryland; Allie Theesen of Hastings; and Kaden Schnable; a sister, Marlene (Earl) Kennedy of Broken Bow; nephews, nieces, cousins and other relatives.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents.
Memorials are suggested to the church or donor’s choice. Online condolences may be shared at osrfh.com.
O’Brien Straatmann Redinger Funeral Home in Kearney is in charge of arrangements.
Marvin Dyer 03/19/2018
Kenneth Young 03/06/80
Paul Casper 06-28-01
George Meyer 12/08/85
Sharolyn (Van Dyke) Hunke 11/04/82
David Warner 04/24/83
Delphia (Kugler) Milhollin 11/29/84
George Teetor 03/24/89
James Kring 08/28/91
Earl Commins 04/04/92
Ronald Thompson 08/07/93
Marilyn (Prasch) Streit 09/12/93
Charles Corder 02/23/94
Kay (Curley) Hampton 09/14/94
Richard Brown 08/04/95
Dennis Latter 07/10/96
Margrito Gomez 02/12/99
Marvin Roether 02/19/00
Marina Gomez 07/29/00
Sherry Belle (Welch) Bowden 08/27/00
Lester Neben 06/03/01
Janet (Anderson) Simonson 02/03/02
Carol (Huff) Haussler 06/18/04
Leonard Serviss 10/04/04
Jim Sherman 10/17/04
Delma (Mansir) Haskill 07/12/05
Sharon (Greenlee) Fisher 09/13/05
Harriet (Rickertsen) Calkins 09/22/05
Jack Sherman 07/11/06
Faye Maloley 10/05/06
Ronald Wickenkamp 2/4/07
Robert 'Bob' Tallon 4/10/07
Dorothy (Racek) Runyan 12/5/07
Beverly (Horn) Stark 1/24/08
Denzel D. Mills 03/06/08
Lois Jean (Haskill) Ashland 03/16/08
Leona (Major) McNulty 05/11/08
Darlene (Reichert) Whitlock 12/17/07
Bert McFadden 10/04/09
Bob Zapp 08/08/10
Donald Raymond Hennek 08/14/2012
Darlene (Reichert) Whitlock 12/17/07
Lou (Mary Lou Beardslee) McFadden 07/01/12
Peggy (Reynolds) Gleason 03/06/13
Harold Anders 10/17/13
Jon Oades 11/28/14
Jay (Janiece Gainsforth) Frickey 12/25/14
Cynthia (Washburn) Barnes 04/14/15
David Alkire 01/02/16
Marilyn (Delap) Rose 03/11/16
Janice Greenlee Brauer – 04/12/16
Tom Reed – 07/24/16
Ann Kopf Andersen – 10/11/16Charles Margritz – 11/20/16
Joanne (Wiley) Reed 04/20/67(wife of Tom)
Robert Condon 01/18/68(husband of Jean Stuckey)
John F. Heun 08/22/78(husband of Verla Triplett)
George Schreiber 05/30/79(husband of Armelda Zwick)
Melba Commins 07/31/85(wife of Earl)
Robert Barnes 07/12/92(husband of Cynthia Washburn)
Lowell Rose 05/07/95(husband of Marilyn Delap)
Twila Neben 03/26/98(wife of Lester)
Marvin Bowden summer—07/00(husband of Sherry Belle Welch)
Janet Neben 06/03/01(wife of Lester)
Donald Madsen 06/25/02(husband of Nora Brown)
Oneal Adams 04/10/02(husband of Margaret Ann Kring)
Delores Latter 10/10/02(wife of Dennis)
Jose Carranza 07/02/04(husband of Emma Garcia)
Lee Chadwick 12/31/04(wife of Roy)
Beth Tallon 02/06/06(wife of Bob)
Darrel Stark 02/06/06(husband of Bev Horn)
Ken Bauer 07/26/06(husband of Janice Greenlee)
Larry Weber 09/07/06(husband of Dee Macke)
Shirley Anders 12/15/06(wife of Harold)
Erwin Eggers 12/08/06(husband of Darlene Mills
Paul Andersen 11/24/07(husband of Ann Kopf)
Don Cyriacks 02/03/09(husband of Ruth Struempler)
John Leopold 03/02/09(husband of Mary Gallardo)
Darlene Smith(wife of Wayne) 06/15/08
Mona Aten (wife of Jim) 01/06/11
Ted Scholl(husband of Veronica Fagot) 08/22/11
Dave Jelden(husband of Rosie Hibberd) 09/30/11
Mike Englert (husband of Mary Zeplin) 04/04/14
Norman Nelson(husband of Marilyn Jensen) 12/23/14
Ronald H. Lienemann(husband of Mary Lou Dixon) 02/24/2015
June Alkire (wife of David Alkire) 03/01/17
Thank you to Rosie Hibberd Jelden for sending the lists above.
- Date Posted: 2006-10-05
Fay M. Maloley, 74, of Lexington, Nebraska, died Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006, at Tri-County Hospital in Lexington. Services will be held Monday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Lexington, with Reverend Todd Karges, officiating. Burial with Military Honors will be in the Greenwood Cemetery at Lexington. Visitation will be Sunday, Oct. 8, from 2-5 p.m. at the Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington. Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is in charge of arrangements.
He is survived by his wife, Kay Maloley of Lexington; sons, Fred (Pam) Maloley of Lexington, Paul (Kim) Maloley of Gardendale, Ala., Mike Maloley of Lexington; daughters, Julie (Michael) Exstrom of Cheyenne, Wyo., Beth (Chris) Forcade of Omaha, Lori (Marc) Hock of Grand Island, Jennifer Maloley and Chris Leet of Lincoln; one brother, George Maloley of Lexington; one sister, Sally (Jim) Meehan of Denver; 15 grandchildren, Tasha (Ken) Hamilton, Stephanie Maloley, Neal Maloley, Isaac, Amelia Maloley, Eric, Darin and Melanie Exstrom, Nate and Drew Price, Ethan and Joseph Forcade, Miles and Logan Hock and Juniper Leet; two great-grandchildren, Madyson Maloley and Terran Hamilton.
Fay was preceded in death by his parents, grandson, Donald and brothers, Esa and Anthony.
He was born March 21, 1932, in Lexington to Assad Fred and Julia (Sadd) Maloley.
Fay grew up east of Lexington where he attended District 17 country school and then Lexington High School.
Following his schooling, he farmed the Maloley ground and then entered the United States Army in October of 1952. He served in Korea and was honorably discharged in August of 1954. Upon his return to Lexington he continued to farm.
He married Kay Slater on April 13, 1957, at Grand Island. Seven children were blessed to this union. The family moved to Wyoming for one year while Fay worked at the State Training Facility for the Handicapped doing their gardening and farming. They returned to Lexington where they lived on the farm until his death.
Fay was a member of St. George Orthodox Church in Kearney and the First United Methodist Church in Lexington. He also was a past Commander of the VFW in Lexington and the Vice-Commander for the Disabled American Veterans.
Memorials are suggested to the Disabled American Veterans or the VFW Scholarship Fund.Obituary obtained from the Lexington Clipper-Herald
- Date Posted: 2005-09-13
- Maiden Name: Greenlee
Sharon Dee Fisher, 71, of Lexington died Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005, at the Plum Creek Care Center in Lexington. A Celebration of Life memorial service will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26, at Berean Bible Church in Lexington. Pastor Glenn Johnson will officiate.
Inurnment was held prior to the memorial service in Evergreen Cemetery at Lexington.
Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is in charge of arrangements.
Sharon was born May 30, 1934, at Lexington to Wrex A. and Ruth L. (McCarter) Greenlee.
Survivors include her husband, Bob Fisher of Lexington; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Dan and Rebecca Weller of North Platte, and David of Lexington; a daughter, Barbara Perkins of Lexington; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Janice and Ken Brauer of Eustis, and Wanda Hopkins of Columbus, Ohio.
Other survivors include eight grandchildren, Angela Perkins, William Perkins, Abigail, Courtney, Katelyn, Ben, Jessica and Sandra Weller; and four great-grandchildren: Natalee, Blake, Jonis and Robby.
Sharon was a graduate of Lexington High School with the Class of 1951. She was united in marriage to Robert G. Fisher on March 7, 1951, at Lexington.
She was an employee and manager for Morris Press from 1978, until purchased by the present owners, Mid-Nebraska Printing in the spring of 2005, when her illness prevented her from going to work.
She was a member of the Berean Bible Church in Lexington, as well as the VFW Auxiliary.
For the past several years Sharon and Bob hosted a Bible study in their home with members of their church, as well as others not associated with the church.
Preceding her in death were her parents; a brother, Larry and a sister, Rosalie.
Memorials are kindly suggested to Berean Bible Church, Maranatha Bible Camp or the American Cancer Society. Obituary obtained from the Lexington Clipper-Herald
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