Maiden Name: Clark


Tammy Bennett, age 63 of Raymond NE, formerly of Lexington NE, passed away unexpectedly at her home in Raymond on Sunday, September 18th.

Tammy was born on April 6th, 1959, to Roy and Betty (Rickertson) Clark in Lexington. Tammy attended school at Bryan Elementary, Lexington Jr. High and graduated from Lexington Senior High in 1977 with several honors and a scholarship to the Community College in Hastings.

On March 10, 1978, Tammy married Scott Bennett of Lexington and 2 children were born to this union, Amanda, and Jacob. Nothing was more important to Tammy than her kids and her grandkids. She made sure to make every holiday and birthday very special for them. Tammy and Scott made their home in Lexington until 2000 when they moved to Lincoln. In 2008 they bought an acreage with an old house built in 1887. That was also a dream come true for her to make the old house as beautiful of a home as possible and to plant many flowers and do landscaping.

Tammy worked for the Supreme Court in the office of County Court for 26 years in Lexington and in Lincoln. When she left there, she worked for 2 different Law Firms in Lincoln, eventually growing tired of office work, desks, and bosses. She started making crafts again and would go to craft shows to sell her very beautiful work and candles. She was most happy doing this. She retired on her birthday in 2021 to devote more time to making crafts. She did take on a part-time job at the NE Game and Parks with her husband that summer but wanted to spend this year with nothing but crafts.

When in Lexington many may remember her as a softball coach, a baseball coach, a soccer coach, a helper with cub scouts, boy scouts and girl scouts and Sunday School. You would also see her at every school and church event that her children were involved in. She loved to take her kids on camping trips nearly every weekend during the summers and several ski trips each winter to Colorado one with the kids and another one with friends. Just so you know, she didn’t just ski the bunny slopes, she was a black diamond skier.

Tammy was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Nancy Lindeman and brother-in-law Richard Lindeman both of Cozad.

Survivors include her husband of 43 years, Scott Bennett of Raymond; Daughter Amanda Rummel (Shawn Ruble) of Ceresco; son Jacob Bennett (Alenah) of Garland; 6 grandchildren Rebekah, Elijah, Trinity and Cecilia Rummel and Jack Ruble of Ceresco; Rollind Bennett of Garland; 2 step grandchildren Fenina Rummel of Chicago and Hayli Ruble of Ceresco who she loved as her own; three sisters, Karen (Frank) Loomer of Columbus, Susan (Chick) DeMoss of Lincoln, Judy (August) Daake of Lexington. Many cousins, nieces, nephews and many, many friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, September 23, 2022, at 2 pm at the First Presbyterian Church in Lexington, Nebraska with Pastors Eddie Mariel, and Harvey Pierce officiating.

There will be no visitation as the family is honoring Tammy’s wish for cremation.

Memorials are kindly suggested to the family for later designation.

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


Wendie Lee Hollibaugh, 62, formerly of Lexington, passed away Thursday, September 1, 2022, at her home in Lincoln. Born September 4, 1959, to Bud and Patricia Hollibaugh in Lincoln, NE. Wendie will be remembered for the love she had for her children, Andy and Kaley, and for her grandsons, Brendan and Maxx. Through her many health struggles she always did her best to be a wonderful grandmother to the boys and bragged about them all the time. Wendie had a smile that was contagious and lit up a room. She will be deeply missed.

Wendie is survived by her son Andrew Rowley (Rachell) and daughter Kaley Brewer (Robert) all of Lincoln; grandsons Brendan Rowley and Maxx Brewer; brothers Lloyd (Linda) Hollibaugh of Lincoln and Dale (Jamie) Hollibaugh of Milford; three nieces, many cousins and countless friends.

Wendie was preceded in death by her parents.

The family invites friends and loved ones to a time of remembrance on Friday, September 9, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. at Butherus, Maser and Love Funeral Home, 4040 A Street, Lincoln, NE.


George L. “Lesley” Allen, 61 of Callaway formerly of Lexington passed away Sunday, January 17, 2021 at the Callaway District Hospital after a courageous four year battle with pancreatic cancer.

Lesley was born June 21, 1959 in Lexington to George and Joan (Bauer) Allen. He attended school in the Lexington area and graduated from Lexington High School with the class of 1977. After graduation Les helped area farmers, worked for Shotkoski Hay Company and drove truck for Denny Fellers.

Les moved to the Oconto-Callaway area in 2012, where he was a small engine mechanic. On November 23, 2015 he was united in marriage to Angela Spencer.

Les enjoyed working on lawn mowers, and was known for his skill in putting together models of semi tractors that were often gifts from tucking companies to their employees. He also enjoyed gardening but most of all spending time with friends and family.

Les is survived by his wife; Angela of Callaway, step-son; Jeremiah Cranwell of Callaway, step-daughter; Rheanne Cranwell of Callaway, parents; George and Joan Allen of Lexington, mother and father-in-law; Harry and Connie Spencer of Julesberg, Colorado, one brother; Mark and wife Michelle of Lexington and two sisters; Jodi and husband Scott of Silverdale, Washington and Patti and husband Mike McGuire of Lexington.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents.

A Celebration of his life will be held Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. at the Oconto Community Center in Oconto with Pastor Dean Haidle, officiating.

Memorials are suggested to the family for later designation.

Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is honored to be assisting the family with arrangements. To share online condolences, please visit:


Vickie E. Lien, (Eigenberg) age 59, of Omaha, passed away Thursday, January 3, 2019, at her home.

Memorial Service will be held Saturday, January 19, 2019, at Braman Mortuary (Southwest Chapel) at 10AM.

Memorials may be directed to the Nebraska Humane Society in Vickie's name.

Braman Mortuary (Southwest Chapel)

6505 S. 144th Street

Omaha, NE 68138

Greg R. Henderson, 60, of Kearney, died Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at his home.

Memorial services will be 2:00 pm, February 15, 2019. A time to visit with the family will follow until 4:00 p.m. Memorials are suggested to the family for Greg’s grandson’s education.

Greg was born January 3, 1959 in Cozad to Ross and Josephine (Cagler) Henderson. He grew up in Lexington and graduated from Lexington High School in 1977. He attended Colorado State University.

Greg married Cathy Bisbal on April 11, 1987 in Santa Anna, California. They lived in Mission Viejo, California. They moved to Kearney in 2005. Greg worked as the quality insurance manager at Nebraska Aluminum Castings in Hastings.

Greg was a football player in his high school and college days. After a neck injury, and starting a family, he turned to coaching soccer. He was an outstanding soccer coach, and was a coach and mentor to hundreds of girls, including his daughter, for over 12 years.

He was an extremely dedicated and loyal man. Greg doted on his wife, Cathy, and their only daughter, Jessica. He cherished his sisters. He put his family above all else. He was a gentle soul, dependable, hardworking, and honest. Greg had many friends, all of whom he would do anything for. He will be sorely missed by everyone who had the pleasure to know him. Greg enjoyed traveling, hunting, fishing, and being outdoors.

Greg is survived by his daughter, Jessica Henderson-Byrd and husband Phillip of Kearney; sisters, Linda Mackessy of Sacramento, CA, Michelle Poppert-Poss and husband Roger, Jody Poppert-Foust and husband Joe, Kim Poppert-Davis and husband Al all of North Platte, NE; grandsons, Aiden, Jaxon, Gavin, and Christian Byrd of Kearney, step-father, Bob Poppert of North Platte, Ne, best friend Bob Wiese and wife Kim, of Wichita, Kansas.

Greg was preceded in death by his wife Cathy, and his parents.