Wayne Arbuckle -January 9, 1994
Chester Britton -1952
Maxine Boggs Moore - October 19, 1995
Ralph Fagot - January 1970
Dale Hanna - March 25, 1991
Philo Hewitt - September 29, 1973
Eugene Fowler - February 22, 1995
Tom Hock - 1965
Margery Hollibaugh Purintun - 1981
Yasuo Kanda - May 25, 1977
Harold Low - 1955
Dorothy Helen Neff Christensen - 1972
Beverly Mason O'Brian - January 25, 1977
Cleora Meyer Harrington - June 1, 1990
Olive Belle Page Grimes - October 23, 1983
Leonard Reynolds (died in war) - 1943
Wayne Speak - 1970
Myrna Stauffer Beck - December 13, 1974
Robert Stevens - December 31, 1995
Virginia Stevens Brown - June 2002
Robert Westfall - August 1982
Dean Woodman - December 26, 1988
Forrest Woodman (car accident) - 1971
Leola McCarter King - Circa 1991-1995
Frieda George Scharfenberg - 1999
LeRoy Whitehead - June 6, 1996
Thelma Swanson Kane - October 1996
Juanita Willets Bourbon - October 12, 1997
Leora Richards Walters - April 3, 1999
Dorothy Cooney Nissen - May 11, 2001
Junetta Warren Moore - November 1991
Ruth Lehman Terry - 2002
Keith Gulden - July 4, 2002
Dick Cranford - 2003
Darlene Woods Skewis - May 14, 2004
Evelyn Fagot Williams - February 10, 2004
Betty Kumpf Norby - February 2, 2006
C. Stanley Wells - June 5, 2006
Marilyn Lindblade Curtis - January 2007
Dean Stuckey - January 2007
Dick Nelson - June 17, 2007
Thelma Lauby Rhone - June 18, 2007
Jim Duffy - April 9, 2007
Virgil Winters - February 2008
Norma DeLap Warren - November 2008
Evelyn Wissbaum Hofferber - October 19, 2009
Marvin Bogner - June 3, 2011
- Date Posted: 2007-01-30
- Maiden Name: Lindblade
Marylyn (Lindy) Curtis, 82, died Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2007, at her home in Leisure World at Mesa, Ariz., just 25 days after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. A service celebrating Lindy's life was held on Monday, Feb. 5, 2007, at Broadway Christian Church in Mesa, Ariz., officiated by Pastor John Enabnit and Pastor Richard Abbott. Burial was Monday, Feb. 5, 2007, in Mountainview Memorial Gardens at Mesa. Mountainview Memorial Gardens of Mesa was in charge of arrangements.
She is survived by her husband of 57 years; three daughters, Christy (Richard) Abbott of Cedarege, Colo., Connie (Steve) Casey of Glenwood Springs, Colo., Cara Lee (Bob) Berg of Gilbert, Ariz.; one son, Jeff Curtis of Mesa.; one sister, Van (Bill) Kloepping of Lexington, their son and three daughters and families; and eight grandchildren, Aaron (Hayley) Abbott, Becca (Brian) Kuster, Jordan Lyn Abbott, McKenna and Kellin Casey and Jason, Jenna Lee and Jessica Berg. She was preceded in death by a son, Joel Reed; her parents; her sister, Evelyn; and her brother-in-law, Harold Fagot. Lindy was born July 19, 1924, near Holdrege to John and Tillie Lindblade, the youngest of three sisters. She graduated from Lexington High School in 1941, and attended the University of Nebraska. She studied journalism and worked as a secretary in Lincoln, Dallas and Denver. She was also a United Airlines passenger agent for a few years through the late 1940s and 1950s. Lindy worked as a contract model for the Alexander Film Company in Colorado Springs.
On Sept. 1, 1949, she married Gene Curtis of Denver on the Bride and Groom radio program in Hollywood. The couple moved to Glenwood Springs, Colo., where Lindy was a member of the Art Guild. She and her husband were blessed with three daughters and a son.
Throughout her life she continued to model, teach young aspiring models and narrate fashion shows. For six years, she taught a Christian youth education program from her home, which she called Junior B.A.S.I.C. School (Brothers and Sisters in Christ).
Lindy was a published author and a poet writing children's stories songs, and in 1994 her 96-page poetry book was published and copies are now all over the world. She was a frequent contributor to the Christian Communicator magazine and wrote a number of articles that appeared in Forel Times, The Glenwood Post, Leisure World News and a number of other magazines, periodicals and newspapers. Lindy and Gene moved to Mesa 22 years ago where Lindy became involved in serving at Broadway Christian Church, had a nursing home ministry, and was a member and leader of Hope Fellowship in Leisure World. She also worked for the recreation department of Leisure World. Donations may be sent to Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E. Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85018, or the Phoenix Rescue Mission, 1801 South 35th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85009.--Obituary obtained from the Lexington Clipper-Herald
- Date Posted: 2007-02-28
T. Dean Stuckey, 84, longtime Lexington resident, died Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007, at Bryan LGH East Hospital in Lincoln. Visitation was Friday, March 2, 2007, at the Reynolds-Love Chapel in Lexington. Funeral services will be Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 10:30 a.m., at First Presbyterian Church in Lexington, with the Rev. Caroline Vickery officiating. Burial with military honors will be in the Greenwood Cemetery at Lexington. Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is in charge of arrangements.
Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Betty Stuckey of Lexington; two sons, Tom Stuckey Jr. of Omaha, and Ed (Sally) Stuckey of Appleton, Wis.; two daughters, Diana (Richard) Pitcher of Grand Island, and Dixie (John) Bednar of Omaha; one brother, David Stuckey of St. Petersburg Beach, Fla.; one sister, Helen Barrett of Lexington; nine grandchildren, Corrie (Don) Wesley, Melinda Westerlin, Joe Westerlin, Andy Pitcher, Ryan (Kelley) Pitcher, Katie (Chris) Lyon, Rachel Stuckey, Ben Stuckey and Allyson Stuckey; and five great-grandchildren, Alli, Dillon, Casey, Nic and CJ.
He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Jack, Jim, and Bob; and one sister, Ruth.
Dean was born Dec. 9, 1922, to Ed and Gertrude (Memmott) Stuckey at Lexington, and lived there until his death with the exception of the time he spent in the United States Navy. He graduated from Lexington High School in 1941. He was inducted into the United States Navy in May of 1944, and served on a PC-603 Patrol Craft as a Gunner's Mate 3rd Class.
Dean was united in marriage to Betty Fellers on Feb. 4, 1944, at Lexington. The couple recently celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary. To this union four children were born, Diana, Tom, Dixie and Ed.
Dean was involved in farming and ranching all of his life. He was the head cattle buyer for 30 years for Cornland Dressed Beef in Lexington. Throughout his lifetime he was awarded several honors. He was chosen Young Farmer of the year in 1958. In 1963, he was awarded the Omaha World Herald's Sportsman of the year. He and his wife Betty were elected commander and president, respectively of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its auxiliary April 4, 1950, the year the Lexington Veterans Club was built. That same year he coached a group of young boys who won a marble tournament. He was involved as a coach with American Legion Baseball and Basketball for many years.
Memorials are suggested to the First Presbyterian Church or the Lexington Baseball Association.
obituary obtained from Lexington-Clipper On-line
- Date Posted: 2007-06-18
- Maiden Name: Lauby
Thelma J. Rhone, 84, of Lexington, died Monday, June 18, 2007, at Plum Creek Care Center in Lexington. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, June 22, at 2 p.m. at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Lexington with the Rev. Paul Colling, officiating. Burial will be in St. Ann's Catholic Cemetery at Lexington. Visitation will be held Thursday, June 21, from 5-7 p.m. with wake service at 7 p.m. at Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington. Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is in charge of arrangements.
Survivors include two grandsons: Ryan and Riley Rhone of Lincoln; one great-granddaughter: Rhiannon Rhone of Broken Bow; one sister, Gerry (Richard) Barger of Portland, Ore.; daughter-in-law: Barb Rhone of Lexington; two sisters-in-law: Marge Rhone of Cozad and Norma Rhone of Cozad; a dear friend, Marge Kitsmiller of Lexington.
Thelma was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers; husband, Vaughn in 1999; and son, Randy in 2001.
She was born March 13, 1923, at Lexington, to Joseph P. and Lucy A. (Fagot) Lauby. Thelma was raised around Lexington, graduating from Lexington High School with the class of 1941. She was united in marriage to Vaughn K. Rhone on July 15, 1944, at Lexington. One child was blessed to this union, Randy.
Thelma enjoyed being a housewife and mother, and working outside the home at the ASCS Office for 11 years, as well as spending 29 years at Farmer's State Bank in Lexington. She was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church, the Altar Society and the American Legion Auxiliary. Thelma was always very active in the church, she enjoyed helping wherever possible.
She loved playing bridge and spending time with family and friends. Memorials are suggested to St. Ann's Catholic Church or the donor's choice.
--Obituary obtained from the Lexington Clipper-Herald
- Date Posted: 2007-06-17
Dick J. Nelson, 83, of Aurora, formerly of Lexington, died Sunday, June 17, 2007, at Memorial Community Hospital in Aurora.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 20, at First United Methodist Church in Lexington with the Rev. Todd Karges officiating. Burial with military honors will be in the Greenwood Cemetery at Lexington. Visitation was Tuesday, June 19, at the Reynolds-Love Chapel in Lexington.
Survivors include: His wife of 60 years, Iryl Nelson of Aurora; two sons: Russ (Linda) Nelson of Woodbury, Minn. and Al (Sandra) Nelson of LaVista; one daughter: Cindy (Valta) Ross of Aurora; one brother: Bill (Meg) Nelson of Omaha; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Dick was preceded in death by his parents, an older sister, LaVere and his infant son, Terry Dick Nelson.
He was born Nov. 24, 1923, at Lexington to Albert and Elsie (Stanford) Nelson. Dick attended school at Lexington, graduating from Lexington High School. He then went on to further his education for two years of post-graduate school. He entered the United States Coast Guard in 1943 and was honorably discharged in 1946.
He was united in marriage to Iryl Tomasek on Jan. 2, 1947, at the United Methodist Church in Lexington.
Dick farmed the majority of his and especially enjoyed the fall and running the combine! He also owned a gas station, salvage yard, managed the Co-op and was a policeman. He lived in Lexington, Aurora, Edison and Elsie.
He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, as well as the American Legion.
Memorials are suggested to the American Heart Association, the Grand Generation Center or the First United Methodist Church.Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is in charge of arrangements.
--Obituary obtained from the Lexington Clipper-Herald
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