Date Posted: 2023-02-07
Maiden Name: Todd


Betty Glee Stubbs, 80, of Lexington, Nebraska, passed away on Thursday, January 26, 2023, at CHI Health St. Francis in Grand Island, Nebraska.

She was born on June 12, 1942, in Lexington, Nebraska to Loton and Mryna (Bowden) Todd. Betty went to Lexington High School where she met the love of her life, Dwight who spotted her walking to school one day. He was smitten as a kitten and had his friend Tom feel out the situation. Once he was sure it might be a go, Dwight mustered up the courage over the Orange Crush fountain at the Lex Drive where Betty was working for her father’s business to ask her out on a date. It was love at first sight, and the two were inseparable after that moment. They were married on June 25, 1961, after Betty graduated cosmetology school. Their journey together began in Lexington until moving to Cozad, Gothenburg, Sidney, and eventually back to Lexington upon Dwight’s retirement.

Betty enjoyed traveling on motorcycles and going to old car shows with Dwight. They would go on Friday night dinner dates with friends and loved being with her family doing things like playing cards or taking weekend trips to Johnson Lake.

She was active with PEO, bridge club, and was a consistent volunteer for Meals on Wheels and local elections.

Heaven gained one of the sweetest people ever to walk this earth, and we are thankful that her legs are healthy and strong again, so she is able to walk once again in Heaven.

Betty is survived by her soulmate, Dwight; sister, Peggy Sherman; son, Todd (Susi) Stubbs; daughter, Tami (Chris) Harmon; grandchildren, Mitchell Harmon, Hayden Harmon, Beth Advey, and Sam Advey.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Mryna and Loton Todd and her beloved doggie, Cooper.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, February 25, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Lexington with Pastor Sarah Neben, officiating.

Memorials are kindly suggested to the Nebraska Children’s Home, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, or The First United Methodist Church.

Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is honored to be assisting the family with arrangements. Please share online condolences with the family by visiting:

Maiden Name: Chadwick


Donna (Chadwick) Snyder died on 7/14/22.

She graduated from Lexington High in 1960.

Obituary to come soon.


Dennis S. Burmood, 79, of Lexington passed away Thursday, November 25, 2021 at his home.

Denny, you left us early Thanksgiving surrounded by your family, Jo, Kim, Chris, Ben and Blake. We are thankful we were there to hold your hand, to let you know you are loved and will be missed. Your leaving tore a hole in our hearts. We want you to know that you battled this cancer with dignity and grace. However, cancer does not define you. Your legacy is how you treated people. How accepted and respected you made each of us feel.

Dennis Sheridan Burmood was born to Tex and Bobbie Burmood August 5, 1942 in Grand Island, Nebraska. Denny spent his first 14 years traveling with his parents from state to state, as his dad was a lineman for Bell Telephone. When he was school age he lived with his Grandma and Grandpa Burmood in Grand Island. Summer months were spent at Grandma Oliver in Shelton, where his uncles taught him to hunt and fish. This nomadic lifestyle ended when Bobbie, Tex and Denny settled in Lexington where his brother Michael was born.

Denny participated in band, quartet and football at Lexington High School. He was proud to be part of the 1958 Hall of Fame Lexington football team. After graduating he attended Kearney State College.

Denny met Jo Milhoan while detasseling corn one summer. They were married three years later at the Methodist Church in Lexington. They were blessed with three children, Kim, Chris and Ben and grandchildren: Zach, Jaden, Blake and Frankie Jo.

Denny was a great friend and hard working guy. You may remember him from helping you at Sixth Street Foods. He may have poured you a beer at the Vet's Club or shown you the door at the Blue Lounge. Denny may have pulled the chute for your big ride at the Plum Creek Rodeo. Together Denny and Jo created their business, Fine Touch. He was a good neighbor and never met a stranger. Denny and Jo welcomed all into their home. Many alone for the holidays found a home at the Burmood's. If you were sick, he visited you in the hospital. If you needed a ride, he was at your front door. If you needed a friend, he was there.

There will be so many missed moments. Who's going to dance like there's no tomorrow? How do we face Christmas without your lights illuminating our home? Who will trap the possums in our basement?

We will miss you every day, Denny! Your memory will be cherished by Jo, daughter; Kim, sons: Christopher (Julie Quattrochi) and Benjamin (Laura Smuskiewicz). Grandchildren: Zachary Jaden, Blake and Frankie Jo Burmood. Brother; Mike (Pam) Burmood of Prescott, AZ. Sisters-in-law: Susan (Tom) Bokenkamp of Kearney; Cindy (Kirk) Skiles of Lincoln; Cathy Milhoan of Denver. Brothers-in-law: Randy Milhoan of Vail, CO and Ron (Melodie) Milhoan of Abiquiu, New Mexico and many beloved nieces and nephews.

Dennis was preceded in death by his parents, granddaughter Hali Brook Burmood and brother-in-law Ron Iverson.

We invite you to say a prayer, send a healing thought and raise a glass to a life well-lived and well-loved.

A Celebration Of Life will be held Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Lexington with Pastor Anne Gahn, officiating.

Memorials are suggested to the family for later designation.

Inurnment will be in the Greenwood Cemetery in Lexington.

Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is honored to be assisting the family with arrangements. Please share online condolences with the family by visiting:

Date Posted: 1994-05-27
Maiden Name: Mazanec

Dea Mazanec

DOB 9 Feb 1942
DOD 27 May 1993
Last Address St Libory, Howard County, NE

Married names Poirier and Boersen

Date Posted: 1989-10-08
Maiden Name: Wood

Sharon Sue Comstock, daughter of Daniel Boyd and Doris Maude (Wildt) Wood, was born May 3, 1942 in Dawson County, NE. She passed away October 8, 1989 in Hamburg, Iowa at the age of 47 years, 5 months and 5 days.

She received her education in the Lexington, Nebraska schools where she graduated from high school in 1960. During 1960 she attended the Midwest School of Evangelism in Ottawa, Iowa.

On August 6, 1961 she was united in marriage to Howard James Comstock at the Church of Christ in Lexington. They made their home in Lexington until moving to Riverton, Iowa, where they have lived most of their married life. Sharon began work at the Garden View Care Center in Shenandoah, Iowa in 1978 and in 1979 she became a Certified Nurse's Aide.

She was a devoted wife and mother and was a friend to all. She will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.

In her early teens Sharon had given her life to Christ and was a faithful Member of the Church of Christ of Rock Port, Missouri.

She is survived by her husband Howard of the home in Riverton; one daughter Pamela S. Comstock of Riverton, Four sons: Michael L. Comstock, Red Oak, Iowa, Rick D. Comstock, Riverton, Daniel E. Comstock, Shenandoah, Iowa and Thomas C. Comstock of Riverton; five grandchildren; two brothers Stanley Wood, Mesa, Arizona and S.R. Wood of Denver, Colorado and nieces and nephews.

Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by one son Stephan J. Comstock and one sister Susan Kay McGluphry.

Pallbearers: Darren Harvey, Darrell Harvey, Charles Harvey, Gary Haith, Cameron Pope and Lawrence Wedel.