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Bonnie Zimmerman

Jun 26, 1945 - Dec 12, 2023

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Lincoln, NE

Visitation: 5-6PM, Tuesday, December 12, 2023, at Wyuka Funeral Home, Lincoln. Funeral Service: 11AM, Wednesday, December 13, 2023, at Wyuka Funeral Home, Lincoln. Memorials: To the family for future designation.

Obituary Source:https://wyuka.com/2023/12/07/bonnie-r-zimmerman/

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Carol Downard

Nov 28, 1942 - Feb 08, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Carol Downard of Marysville, KS, died February 8, 2024, at Nebraska Heart in Lincoln, NE.Visitation was Sunday, February 11, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Kinsley Mortuary.A rosary service was held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, February 12, at St. Gregory's Catholic Church in Marysville. The funeral service followed at 10:30 a.m. Father Quentin Schmitz officated. The musicians were Rosemary Forst and Paula Landoll-Smith. Music included "Clair de Lune", "Here I Am Lord", "Prayer of St. Francis", "Be Not Afraid", "On Eagles Wings", "How Great Thou Art" and "Song of Farewell."The pallbearers were Chase Downard, Nick Downard, Larry Downard, Brad Downard, Jim Rinner and Jeff Milner.Burial was in the church cemetery.Carol was born on November 28, 1942, to Harold and Margaret (Hurtig) Loch near Beatrice, NE. She attended Marysville High School and graduated in 1960. On September 23, 1961, she was united in marriage to Leland "Sam" Downard at St. Gregory’s Catholic Church in Marysville. To this union they were blessed with two sons, Tim and Brian.For eighteen years, Carol worked in the meat department at Downard’s Food Mart and then began working in the kitchen at Community Memorial Healthcare for fifteen years until she retired.Carol enjoyed reading murder mysteries, playing pitch and keeping up with her classmates. In the past she was a member of St. Gregory’s Altar Society.She is preceded in death by her husband Leland on October 3, 2012; parents; and sister, Nancy Keating.Survivors include her sons, Tim Downard, Marysville, KS and Brian (Cathie) Downard, Collinsville, OK; three grandchildren, Sara Downard, Collinsville, OK, Nick Downard, Collinsville, OK, and Chase Downard, Marysville; and cousins.A memorial fund has been established to St. Gregory's Catholic School. Contributions may be sent in the care of Kinsley Mortuary.

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Marilyn Jean Rink

Mar 14, 1931 - Feb 06, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Marilyn Jean (Anderson) Rink, 92, of Pender, NE passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2024, at the Martha House in Lincoln, NE. The visitation will be held on Tuesday, February 27, 2024, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at Munderloh-Smith Funeral Home in Pender. The funeral service will be on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Pender. Burial will be in St. Mark's Lutheran Church Cemetery in rural Pender. Memorials are suggested to the family for future designation. Arrangements are under the direction of Munderloh-Smith Funeral Home in Pender. Marilyn was born on March 14, 1931, in Rosalie, NE, the second of three children born to Andrew, Jr. and Thelma (Copple) Anderson. She attended and graduated as the Valedictorian from Bancroft High School on May 11, 1948. Marilyn married Harold John Rink on February 24, 1951, in Wichita Falls, TX on the Air Force Base. They moved and lived for the next three years at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, NV. After Harold was discharged, the couple moved with Randy in tow back to Pender and began their farming career. Once they settled into the Pender area, the couple had two girls, Connie and Jeanne. Marilyn was a devoted and loving wife and mother, an extremely skilled domestic engineer, and the glue that kept the house, home, and family together. Marilyn enjoyed a large, related family and friend circle, hosting and attending many such reunions and get-togethers. Traveling after Harold retired to see her ancestral home and family in Norway was a highlight in her later years. Playing cards, puzzling, and attending her many grandchildren’s activities also kept her quite busy. Marilyn was a longtime member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and proud to be a Martha Circle Member. Marilyn is survived by her son, Randy (Callie) Rink of Pender, NE; daughters, Connie (Chuck) Clifford of Lincoln, NE, Jeanne (Steve) Hansen of Pender, NE; grandchildren, Chris (Steph) Clifford, Corey (Jordan Dial) Clifford, Carissa (Rob) Loof, Connor (Sydney) Clifford, Angie (Ryan) Elrod, Blake (Carissa) Hansen; great-grandchildren, Brooks Clifford, Brody Clifford, Colby Clifford, Theodore Loof, Rhett Clifford, Hayes Clifford, Joslyn Elrod, Jaden Elrod, Ryker Hansen, Ramsey Hansen, and Rink Hansen.Marilyn is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Harold; sister, Janice (Curtis) Weborg; brother, Lee (Evonne) Anderson.

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Melvin Carl Jones

Feb 14, 1953 - Feb 14, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Funeral services for Melvin Carl Jones will be held Saturday March 2, 2024 at 11:00 am Lincoln Memorial Chapel with visitation from 4 pm - 7 pm Friday March 01, 2024 Lincoln Memorial Chapel. Interment will follow immediately after the funeral services at Lincoln Memorial Park.

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Roger Vance Baker

Jan 17, 1930 - Feb 08, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Funeral Services for Roger Baker age 94 of Lincoln, Nebraska formerly of Neligh, Nebraska will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, February 14, 2024 at Grace Lutheran Church in Neligh with Pastor Norlyn Bartens, officiating. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery with Military Rites conducted by Neligh American Legion Post #172 and VFW #5287. Visitation will be from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at Beyer Snider Memorial Funeral Home in Neligh, Nebraska. Roger passed away on February 8, 2024 in Lincoln, NE. Condolences may be directed to the family at www.beyersnidermemorialfh.comin Lieu of Flowers Memorials can go to Laurel Hill Cemetery Association Roger Vance Baker, of Lincoln and Neligh, passed away on Thursday, February 8, 2024, at the age of 94. He was born on January 17, 1930, in Elgin, NE. Roger graduated from Neligh High School in 1948 and attended Wayne State College before enlisting in the U.S. Air Force in 1951. On May 27, 1952, he married his high school sweetheart, Joan P. Loewe, who joined him as he served in the Air Force until his discharge in 1955. They then returned to Neligh where he was a successful farmer and cattle feeder for over thirty-eight years. Roger was a Northrup King seed dealer and distributor, and an insurance agent for Antelope Mutual while he farmed. He was a member of the Neligh American Legion. After retiring he also served as a board member on the Neligh Cemetery Board. Roger’s loves in life were his wife, Joan, music, music, music, his sons, granddaughters and great granddaughters. He enjoyed playing tenor saxophone in dance bands after high school, then entertained friends and family singing his favorite songs while playing the ukelele for most of his life. He also enjoyed golfing with his friends and the Antelope County Club. He was preceded in death by his parents, and beloved son, Gregory Baker. Brothers, Lyle Baker, Merle Baker, and Everett Baker. Sister, Shirley Marler. He is survived by his wife, Joan, son Dana (Pam), two granddaughters, Erin Chambers (Eric), Kelsey Lorimer (Joshua), and two great granddaughters, Diana Lorimer and Frances "Frankie" Lorimer. Larry (Carolyn) Baker. Live life to the fullest. Love as often as you can. Regret nothing. Eat hearty. Laugh often. Plant flowers. And don’t forget to dance.

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Donald Randall Webber

Feb 22, 1952 - Feb 24, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

In Lieu of Flowers, the family suggest memorials be made to the Don Webber Memorial to be designated later.The funeral service for Don Webber will be live streamed on Hutchins Funeral Home facebook page.Donald Randall Webber was born on February 22, 1952, in Minden, Nebraska to Phillip and Val Jean (Secrest) Webber and parted this life on February 24, 2024, in Lincoln, Nebraska at Bryan East Hospital after a short illness. He attended Riverton school until ninth grade and continued his education at Franklin High School and graduated with the class of 1970. While attending school in Franklin he worked at the Franklin County Sentinel. After graduating he went to work for Rightway Grocery. While racing stock cars in Smith Center, Kansas, he met the love of his life, Cathy. They were married in Ellis, Kansas on May 26, 1973. To this union, two children were born, Jon Benjamin, in 1976 and Jenna Catherine in 1980. Don went to work for the City of Franklin in 1980 and worked there for 31 years. After that he worked for Allmand Brothers in Holdrege for six years. After retirement, while sitting at home, Don heard that Rightway needed help with stocking shelves, and he offered to help until they could hire someone to fill the position and that job lasted until his death. Don and his friends raced the stock car circuit for several years and his racing career came to an end just a few days after his daughter, Jenna was born, but the love of racing would never leave him. He was a NASCAR fan until the day he died. He made many friends while attending the NASCAR races in Kansas City. Don was a volunteer for so many things in his lifetime, joining the Franklin Fire Department in 1973. He was an original member of the Franklin EMT’s that started in 1973. He served for many years on both departments. In 2000, he was the EMS Person of the Year for the state of Nebraska. The same year, the squad was the EMS Provider of the Year. Over the years, he helped with the IRON Drive to raise money for a new ambulance. The freon water crisis of 1994 by delivering bottled water to the residents of Franklin. Demolition derby at the county fair and Bloomington Demo Derby and Fourth of July Fireworks, and the annual pancake feed during fire prevention week. He was a on the Summer Ball Park Committee for several years and was a current member of the of Franklin County Historical Society. In 2011, Don became a granddad to Riley, with Haley following in 2015. His grandkids were the light of his life. There was nothing too big or small that he wouldn’t do for those kids. The fur babies were just as spoiled as the grandkids were. Don leaves behind his wife, Cathy, of 50 years, daughter Jenna Miller (Mark), grandkids Riley and Haley Miller, Dix, NE. Sisters, Ellen Davis (Gary), Wilcox, and Joyce Weed, Florida. Brother-in-laws, Leon Flax (Maureen), Dodge City, KS, Leroy Flax (Janice) Collyer, KS, Harold Werth (Lois), Quinter, KS, Sister-in-laws, Wanetta Webber, Colby, KS, Martina Thomas (Seth), Naponee, NE, Shirley Strickert (Paul) Scott City, KS, Cecelia Werth, (Neil), Hays, KS, Mary Jane Knapp, Oberlin, KS, Elaine Reidell (Friend, Keith Deines), WaKeeney, KS, Gladys Owen (Pat), St. Francis, KS, and Corona Hoch, (Eric), Kiowa, KS. Numerous nieces and nephews and extended family members and many, many friends he has met along the way. He was proceeded in death by is his parents, Phillip and Val Jean Webber, son Jon Webber, May, 27, 2020, brother Gerald Webber, Grandmother, Elsie Secrest, sister-in-law, Millie Werth, Father and Mother-in-law, Ignatius and Martina Flax. It was hard to go anywhere without Don knowing somebody or making a new friend. His smile was infectious and his wit and humor will be missed. He loved to make everyone laugh.Funeral services were held Saturday, March 2nd, 2024 at the First United Methodist Church, Franklin, Nebraska with Pastor Rod Heilbrun officiating. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery, Franklin. Memorials are suggested to the Don Webber Memorial that will be designated for some local entities. Hutchins Funeral Home, Franklin assisted the Webber family with these arrangements.

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Michael Lee Moser

Feb 19, 1962 - Feb 27, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Michael “Mike” Lee Moser, 62, of Pawnee City, Nebraska passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 with his family by his side, at Bryan Memorial Hospital East, Lincoln, Nebraska. He was born on February 19, 1962 to Robert and Nadine (Scheidegger) Moser in Pawnee City, Nebraska . Mass of Christian Burial Service 10:30 a.m. on Monday, March 4, 2024 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Steinauer, Nebraska with Father Michael Christensen officiating. Rosary recited at 10:00 a.m., Monday, March 4, 2024. Visitation on Sunday, March 3, 2024 from Noon-8:00 p.m., with family greeting friends from 6-8 p.m., at Wherry Mortuary, 919 G Street, Pawnee City, Nebraska. Interment at the DuBois Cemetery, DuBois, Nebraska. Memorials to family choice for a later destination. Online condolences may be left at www.wherrymortuary.com. Services entrusted to Wherry Mortuary, 919 G Street, Pawnee City, Nebraska.

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Lana Kay Kimble

Oct 31, 1951 - Feb 26, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Lana Kay Kimble was born on October 31, 1951 in Friend, Nebraska to Vernon and Thora (Thompsen) Jensen. She attended country school her kindergarten year, Cordova Elementary for first and second grades and Exeter Public starting her third grade year through high school, where she graduated. Lana was united in marriage to Dave K. Kimble on November 28, 1992. Lana spent her working years being employed by county, city, and state governments respectively. She worked three years under the judgeship of Ray Cellars, was also village clerk for 24 years for the Village of Exeter. She finished out her career working as an administrative assistant for three state senators - Senator DiAnna Schimek, Senator Ray Aguilar and Senator Mike Gloor, at which time Lana and her husband Dave began to enjoy their retirement years spending the winters in Cape Coral, Florida. While Lana enjoyed her years with state government, her real enjoyment was working with the city budget for Exeter, as well as twelve rural fire districts and county townships. She also enjoyed the challenge of working with her sewing. It always brought excitement to Lana to work on any sort of house decorating, be it window treatments, bed covers or baby quilts for her friends and family. There was never a room she didn’t want to re-create and was happiest when she had a new project to work on. Above all Lana loved and appreciated spending time with her children and grandchildren. She often said that she could not express the blessings enough that were bestowed upon her while watching her children become amazing parents and watching their children grow. As all grand parents know, there is truly nothing more rewarding in life than being blessed with these gifts. Lana passed away on February 26, 2024 in Lincoln, Nebraska. She is survived by her husband, Dave L. Kimble of Lincoln, Nebraska; sons, Glen (Jennifer) Harre of Omaha, Nebraska; and Shawn (Jennifer) Harre of Cordova, Nebraska; daughter, Amanda Parker (Andres) Johnson of Lincoln, Nebraska; grandchildren, Jaxon, Jordan (fiancé, Devin), Tyler, Jayden and Rylan; step children, Jeff (Heather) Kimble, Valarie Kimble and Greg Kimble, step grandchildren, Owen and Maura; brothers and sisters-in-law, Laurence and Anita Jensen, Paul and Nancy Jensen; and brother-in-law, Nick Kimble; and a host of nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, Vernon and Thora (Thompsen) Jensen. MEMORIALS IN CARE OF : TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH - CORDOVA, NEBRASKA

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Betty L. Maguire

Jul 30, 1941 - Feb 27, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Betty L. Maguire, born July 30, 1941, in Auburn, NE, a dedicated, loving, and thoughtful woman of exceptional strength and grace, is remembered for her boundless love and commitment to family. Betty, a resident of Lincoln, Nebraska, was a woman of many hats, each worn with dignity and grace. She was a devoted wife, an extraordinary mother, a doting grandmother, and an award-winning activity director. She was a figure of unwavering support and love and will be profoundly missed. Betty's life was a testament to her devotion to family, and she wore the title of 'World's Best Mom' like a badge of honor. She was always there for her loved ones, ready to celebrate every milestone, big or small, with a heart full of love and a smile that could light up any room. Her daughters were her pride and joy, and her grandchildren were the apples of her eye. As a distinguished recipient of the NHCA activity director award, Betty's dedication extended beyond the confines of her family. She was loved and respected by all who had the fortune of knowing her. A lover of nature, Betty found solace in her flower beds, and knitting was her favorite pastime. These hobbies were not just activities for her; they were a reflection of her personality. Like the flowers she nurtured, Betty blossomed amidst the adversities of life. Like the intricate patterns of her knitting, the love and care she put into everything she did was evident. Betty is survived by her loving daughter, Deb Maguire, Rebecca (Blake) Renner, Paulette (Dave) Schmidt; grandchildren, Dylan (Carly), Nicholas, Makayla, Dalton; sister, Helen (Milton) Hinz. She was preceded in death by her husband, Duane Maguire; granddaughter, Haley Schmidt; brother, Norman Steinberg; parents, Oscar and Bessie Steinberg. As we remember Betty, let us celebrate her life and the joy she brought to everyone around her. Her legacy will continue to live in our hearts and memories. Please honor Betty's life by sharing your memories on her memorial page and uploading photos that celebrate the beautiful life she lived.

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Michael Douglas Kirk

May 13, 1955 - Feb 24, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Michael Douglas Kirk, 68, of Lincoln, NE., passed away on February 24th, 2024. Mike was born on May 13th, 1955, to Donna Kirk and William Kirk in Kalamazoo, MI. After graduating from Three Rivers High School in 1973, he began work in the service industry rising to the rank of store manager at a local store. In February of 1979, Mike met Linda Martin Chapman at The Church of the Nazarene in Three Rivers. The two married May 16th, 1980, and raised three children, Paula, Jenn, and Troy. After relocating to Lincoln, NE., Mike began working for Cambell's Nursery pursuing his passion for horticulture. Mike rose to assistant store manager and shortly thereafter became a Certified Arborist by the State of Nebraska. Later, Mike launched his own business in the sales and marketing industry. Mike was a devoted and loving husband, father, and grandfather. He enjoyed spending time with his family most of all, but his other passion in life was gardening, horticulture, and botany. He also enjoyed genealogy, reading, history, and being in nature. Spoiling his grandchildren along side his beloved wife brought him more joy than anything else. Mike was preceded in death by his beautiful wife Linda Kirk, sister Sharon Kirk, and his parents Bill Kirk and Donna Kirk. He is survived by his three children, Troy Kirk and his wife Jamie, Paula Fund and her husband Clint and Jenn Downs and her husband Michael, as well as eleven grandchildren William, Wesley, Warren, Wyatt, Anthony and his wife Erin, Andrew, Abigayle, Maxwell, Miley and Makenna. Mike will be remembered as a wise and funny soul, who had deep compassion for the good in humanity. We rejoice in the knowledge that he is now with our Lord in Heaven and is reunited with our mother, Linda. Here on Earth, he will remain deeply loved, missed, and alive in our memories.

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Marie Nosal

Jul 02, 1925 - Feb 18, 2024

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Lincoln, NE

Mass of Christian Burial for Marie Nosal age 98 of Wisner, NE will be on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Wisner, NE with Fr. Vincent Sunguti as celebrant. Interment will be in the St. Joseph’s Cemetery with a luncheon to follow at the church. Visitation will be on Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., with a public Vigil Service and Rosary at 7:00 p.m., at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and will continue one hour prior to the service. Minnick Funeral Home in Wisner is assisting the family. Marie passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2024 at The Waterford-College View Assisted Living in Lincoln, NE. Marie Kathrine (Pojar) Nosal was born on July 2, 1925 to Jerome and Effie (Tichota) Pojar in Colfax County, NE. Marie was baptized at Holy Trinity Catholic Church-Heun and confirmed at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Beemer, NE. Marie attended Cuming County and Thurston County Rural Schools. On May 6, 1947, she was united in marriage to Johnnie S. Nosal at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Beemer, NE. Marie was a stay-at-home mother and also had worked at the Bakery, Farmer’s Union, Lillian’s Dress Shop, and Wisner-Pilger School. Marie was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, its Ladies Guild, and served on Parish Council and on the Finance Council. She enjoyed tending to her flowers, decorating cakes, sewing, and collecting dolls. Johnnie and Marie enjoyed traveling. Marie loved spending time with her family and friends. Her family includes- Son-David (deceased) and Linda Nosal of Lincoln, NE and family- Brent (Amy) Nosal and children-Jeremiah, Shantell and Brady Bethany Nosal and family- Kaleigh (Dante) Hall and children-Romi, Grace and Braxton Robert Cordova, Jr. Son-Kenneth Nosal (deceased) and daughter- Amy and her family Son-Mark Nosal of Lincoln, NE and daughter- Kelly Nosal and children-Blakeley, Sawyer and Izzy Son-Dwight Nosal of Lincoln, NE and son- Ryan Nosal Siblings-Margaret Schultz of Beemer, NE Marvine (Ted) Albers of Wisner, NE Marlene Freyermuth of Beemer, NE Sisters-in-law-Virginia Pojar of Nixa, MO Theida Pojar of Morgan City, LA Betty Nosal of Columbus, NE Several nieces and nephews also survive her. Marie was preceded in death by her parents-Jerome and Effie Pojar, husband-Johnnie Nosal, son-David Nosal and Kenneth Nosal, grandchildren-Jeff Nosal and Corinne Nosal, brothers-Bob (Bonnie) Pojar, Roland Pojar, Arnold Pojar, Martin Pojar, Joe Pojar, and Clifford Pojar, and brothers-in-law-Richard Schultz and Larry Freyermuth.

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