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Andres Lopez

Nov 10, 1948 - Nov 28, 2023

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Omaha, NE

Andres Lopez passed away November 28, 2023 in Omaha, Nebraska at the age of 75 years. He was born November 10, 1948 in Durango, Mexico. Andres is preceded in death by his parents, Rafael Lopez and Belen Velazquez; and son Jose C. Lopez. Andres is survived by wife of 55 years, Paula Lopez; children Maria Lopez, Matilde Lopez, Rosa Lopez, Sandra Lopez, Alma Lopez, Abby Lopez, and Claudia (Jose Cisneros) Lopez; 18 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; numerous brothers and sisters; and many o...Read More

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James Roger Genter

Jun 09, 1945 - Mar 03, 2024

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Omaha, NE

James “Jim” Roger Genter, age 78, of Glidden, IA, passed away on Sunday, March 3, 2023 at the University of Nebraska Hospital in Omaha surrounded by his family. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 A.M. on Friday, March 8, 2024 at the First United Methodist Church in Glidden with Rev. Ben Carter-Allen officiating. Music for the service will be by Mary Ross and Rick Tegeler. Burial will be in the Merle Hay Memorial Cemetery near Glidden with Military Honors by the Merle Hay Post of the American Legion. Visitation will be held at the Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden from 5 – 7 P.M. on Thursday. The casket will be moved to the First United Methodist Church at 9:30 A.M. on Friday where visitation will resume until 10:15 A.M. prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Fisher House in Omaha, a Veteran’s house Jim & Janet resided at during Jim’s treatment in Omaha. Memorials may be left with the funeral home or at the church. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden and online condolences may be left for the family at www.dahnandwoodhouse.com

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Robin Rorah

Mar 02, 1971 - Mar 02, 2024

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Omaha, NE

Robin Rorah, 53, of Omaha, formerly of Schuyler, died at her home on Saturday, March 2, 2024. Arrangements are pending

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Susan Jane Ties

Oct 23, 1956 - Mar 02, 2024

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Omaha, NE

Susan Jane Ties was born on October 23, 1956 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to Wayne "Monk" and Maxine Miller. She passed away on March 2, 2024 in Omaha, Nebraska surrounded by her family.Susan grew up in Bloomington, Minnesota. Attended Jefferson High School and went on to Winona State University where she met her husband, Kent. They raised their three children Travis, Rachel, and Alex in South Minneapolis. In 2000 the family moved to Omaha, Nebraska where Sue was active in her church. She was heavily involved in The Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry and Stephen Ministries at St. Matthews Lutheran Church. She served as the interim director and was on the board for Project Hope.Sue was an avid quilter, she loved making quilts for family and friends. Enjoyed camping, visiting national parks and traveling the world with family and friends. A devoted grandmother who enjoyed spending time and spoiling her four grandchildren Kaya, Lily, Zoey, and Charlie. Sue’s favorite holiday was Christmas, she loved decorating with her collection of Santas and having everyone home.Preceded in death by parents Wayne "Monk" and Maxine; and father-in-law LaVern.Survived by husband Kent; children Travis (Meiko), Rachel (Jordan Hoff), Alex; grandchildren Kaya, Lily, Zoey, and Charlie; siblings Marsha, Nan, Scoti (Rita), and Thom (Roger); and her many nieces and nephews. The family requests that memorials be directed to St. Matthews Lutheran Church Food Pantry or Project Hope.https://www.smlutheran.com/servicehttps://projecthopeomaha.org/

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Donna Burge

Jul 26, 1945 - Mar 02, 2024

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Omaha, NE

DONNA BURGE, 78 of Madrid, passed away Saturday, March 2, 2024 at Omaha, NE. Arrangements are pending at the Bullock-Long Funeral Home of Grant.

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Linda Marie Walton (Forsythe)

Jan 01, 1950 - May 15, 2021

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Omaha, NE

With heavy hearts and gentle smiles, we say “until we meet again” to a woman of many names and boundless love. Linda Walton, to some, was the cherished “Forsey,” a name mentioned in fond recollection by old friends whose laughter still echoes in the halls of memory. To others, she was the spirited “Dolly,” a beacon of joy who danced through life with an irrepressible sparkle in her eye. But perhaps her most treasured title was “Mom,” “Oma,” or “Doctor Walton.” Regardless of what we called her, she graced our lives with her warmth, wit, and unwavering compassion, leaving behind an impression that will forever be etched in our hearts. Linda’s journey began in Carter Lake, Iowa, a place she held dear to her heart. It was there that she learned the value of simple pleasures, the joy of laughter, and the importance of being there for those you love. Her family often joked that “You can take the girl out of Carter Lake, but you can’t take Carter Lake out of the girl.” She attended Thomas Jefferson High School where she excelled in multiple sports, later joining the trailblazing University of Nebraska at Omaha college softball team, fresh off a College World Series win! In college at UNO, Linda’s path crossed with that of Dave, her steadfast partner in love and laughter for 43 memorable years. Their love story, sparked in a Judo class where Linda’s throw stole Dave’s heart (Dave claims he “flipped” for Linda), was as unconventional as it was enduring. It was a testament to the magic of fate and the power of love. Together, they built a legacy of love and laughter that will echo through the generations. As a devoted mother to Justine, David, and MacArthur, mother-in-law to Kent and Karen, and “Oma” to her nine adoring grandchildren, Chace, Michael, Joseph, Henry, Ezekiel, Thomas, Katherine, MacKenna, and Winston, Linda’s love knew no bounds. Her selflessness and unwavering support were the bedrock upon which her family flourished; her wisdom, guidance, and humor shaping the family through her signature “Oma-isms,” such as “Rise and shine porcupine.” Linda’s zest for life extended beyond her family to her lifelong passions, including a 30-year tenure at the United States Postal Service (the family business), in which she took great pride and where she forged friendships, leaving a mark on all who knew her. She often reflected that this choice allowed her to attend all of her kids’ events and be present for her family. Upon retirement, Linda embraced life with the same vigor and determination, whether she was doting and caring for her grandchildren and her beloved dogs, Snickers and Sparkles, competing in USTA tennis (including making it to USTA Nationals!), Pickleball, or serving as the unofficial “Neighborhood Watch” from her front porch, always with an iced tea (lots of ice!) in hand. She was an avid card player (especially Pinochle), lover of crosswords, Sudoku, and enjoyed thriller movies (always saying “she should have written this,” as she proceeded to guess the plot). Many memorable weekends were spent at the family cabin doing all these activities. A purveyor of wisdom and wit, Linda’s “Doctor Walton” and “Oma” advice was sought by many, her sayings cherished by all. Her sense of humor and generous heart endeared her to all who knew her, leaving behind a tapestry of memories as vibrant and varied as the life she lived. Ask a family member for their favorite Oma-ism and they each may give you a different answer. Though she may have left this world, Linda’s spirit lives on in the laughter of her grandchildren, the warmth of her memory, and the love that binds her family together. Throughout her life, she opened her doors for friends and family in need, helping them navigate through tough times. She may have once eaten nine pounds of steak at the buffet, but she leaves behind a feast of memories that will nourish our souls for years to come. Rest in peace, Mom. Your spirit will forever dance in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know you and your memory will be cherished for all eternity. Until we meet again. She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Dave “Opa” or “Honey” Walton; children: Justine (Kent) Garman, David Walton II, MacArthur (Karen) Walton; grandchildren: Michael (14), Joseph (12), Thomas (8), and Katherine (6) Garman, Chace (15) and Henry (9) Walton, and Ezekiel (8), MacKenna (5) and Winston (2) Walton; mother, Lora Forsythe; mothers-in-law, Joyce Byers Oetter and Linda Marie Walton; sister, Diane (Dan) Van Houten; sisters-in-law: Charlotte (J.C.) Sivertson, Debra (Kevin) Kenney, Angela (Nathaniel) Painter, and Christina (David) Conn; as well as countless nephews, nieces, and adored friends and family members. She was preceded in death by father, Russell Ora Forsythe; father-in-Law, Lester Henry Walton; brothers, Russell Ora Forsythe, Jr. and Craig Martin Forsythe; brother-in-Law, Jimmy Walton. In lieu of flowers, please direct memorial contributions in remembrance to the Omaha Benson High Foundation to be earmarked for the boys and girls tennis programs, a sport near and dear to Linda’s heart: Omaha Benson Foundation 1925 N 120th St. Omaha, NE 68154.

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Sandra L. Linhart

Sep 15, 1952 - Feb 29, 2024

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Omaha, NE

Sandra L. Linhart, 70 Sandra Lee Linhart, 70, of Omaha, NE, passed away on February 29th, 2024. Sandy was born on September 15th, 1952 to LeRoy and Mildred Gillispie. Survived by husband of 51 years, Jerome "Whitey" Linhart and children Julie Shanahan (Chris), Jill Ford (Adam) and Jeff Linhart (Timbre) and 5 grandchildren. Sandy enjoyed time at her cabin, fishing, and being surrounded by her family. There will be a Celebration of Life Sunday March 10th 1-4pm at the DAV, 4515 F Street in Omaha.

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Alice L Slechta

Jul 30, 1954 - Feb 25, 2024

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Omaha, NE

Alice L Slechta passed away February 25, 2024 in Omaha, Nebraska at the age of 69 years. Alice was born in Yankton SD where she grew up on a farm near Crofton, NE. Growing up Alice enjoyed sports, particularly volleyball and softball. In her later years Alice married Richard Slechta and they moved to Omaha where they had two children Kristi and Jeremy. Her Children were her pride and joy and she was so proud of them. Although Alice and Dick later divorced, they remained the best of friends! Alice enjoyed attending her Grandchildren's sporting events and called it her entertainment for the week. Fishing became her favorite past time and she looked forward to her annual girls camping trip. She enjoyed yard work and loved her garden. In the Summer time you could always expect a basket of her delicious garden vegetables and if she really liked you a homemade batch of her cowboy caviar. She had the pleasure of retiring 3 years ago, which allowed her to spend more time with her great Granddaughter Finleigh. This brought Alice so much Joy! Alice was a giver and had a heart of gold. She always made time to chat with her neighbors and lend a helping hand. At the end of her life, she gave the ultimate gift of life to others, as an organ donor. She will be forever remembered as hero to those who loved and those who didn't know her but whose lives she saved. She will be deeply missed and forever remembered by her big smile, caring nature and loving spirit. May perpetual light forever shine upon you. Alice is preceded in death by her parents, Sylvester and Catherine Bockholt; brother Dennis Bockholt; and sister Michelle Bockholt. She is survived by her children Kristi (Ray) Todorovich and Jeremy (Summer) Slechta; grandchildren Alexis (Trevor Phillips) Todorovich, Gunner Todorovich, Jerzy Todorovich, Mia Slechta, Grace Slechta, and Gage Slechta; great-granddaughter Finleigh Phillips; brother Robert (Karen) Bockholt; sisters Jane (Gordon) Olson, Patricia Bockholt, Arlene Gerlach, LeAnn (Roger) Schieffer; and nieces, nephews, and other family.

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Raymond J. Walowski

Oct 15, 1933 - Feb 14, 2024

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Omaha, NE

Raymond J. Walowski died peacefully on February 14, 2024, in Omaha at the age of 90. He is survived by his loving wife of 17 years, Suzanne Marks Walowski; children, Anne (Mark) Chouinard and Joseph (Tiffany) Walowski; stepchildren, Jenny Harder, Jessica and Jeff (Devin) Marks; eleven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Ray was predeceased by his parents, Mary and Frank Walowski, and siblings: John, Joe, Henry, Estelle, Sophie, and Claire. Ray grew up in Trenton, New Jersey where he graduated from Trenton Catholic High School. A basketball scholarship took him to Ryder College, also in Trenton, where he earned his business degree. His passion for basketball took him to the semi-pro leagues. The comradery and travels he loved continued with the U. S. Army basketball team. After completing his military service in Frankfurt, Germany in 1955, Ray joined the Continental Can Company in New York City. His business travels took him briefly to Omaha. The wide-open spaces and friendly people he enjoyed gave him additional incentive to choose Creighton University School of Law (Class of 1963) for his legal studies. After graduation, he practiced law in Omaha for more than 55 years. Ray was a dedicated Creighton Bluejay fan until his passing. In his later years, Ray decided to donate his body to further education at the Creighton University School of Medicine. MEMORIAL MASS: Friday, March 15, 2024, at Mary Our Queen Catholic Church, 3405 S. 118 St. Memorials may be made to Catholic Charities and Siena/Francis House.

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Patrick G. Osmera

Jun 29, 1952 - Mar 01, 2024

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Omaha, NE

"Patrick G. Osmera, 71, of Ulysses died Friday, March 1, 2024 in Omaha. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 9, at Immaculate Conception Church in Ulysses. Visitation will be on Friday, from 5 until 7 p.m. at the Church with a Parish Rosary at 7 p.m. Burial will be in Ulysses Catholic Cemetery with lunch following. Chermok Funeral Home is handling arrangements for Patrick\u0027s family. The family has requested that IN LIEU OF FLOWERS, PLANTS, and STATUES, memorials be directed to family wishes for a later designation. Full obituary to follow."

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Bessie D. Schmielau

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Omaha, NE

Age 91 – Survived by a host of loving family and friends. Visitation: Tuesday (3/5/2024) 5:00 – 7:00 PM at mortuary. Funeral Service: Wednesday (3/6/2024) 11:00 AM at Roeder Mortuary, 4932 Ames Ave, Omaha, NE. Burial to follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery.

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