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Memorial Services are pending for the Spring of 2017, no viewing or services at this time. Chick, age 83 of Lincoln, passed away December 26, 2016. While in high school, she enjoyed sports and played first string basketball on her high school intramural team. She was an ardent supporter and fan of Lincoln Northeast, Nebraska Wesleyan University, and the University of Nebraska. Grandchildren: Debbie Custer, Rebeca Rose , and Erin Brockman. 26, 2016 with a one hour closed casket visitation prior to the service at Wyuka Funeral Home, 3600 “O” St., Lincoln. He was born August 18, 1931 in Gladstone, Nebraska to John and Florence (Regnier) Schoen; he was a U. Navy veteran serving from December 7, 1955 until September 16, 1957; Burdette attained a B. in Agronomy from the University of Nebraska Lincoln; and was a Farm Manager at First Tier/US Bank. Interment of ashes and military rites will be at Yankee Hill Cemetery immediately following the memorial service. He was born June 1, 1952 to Edward and Alvena (Schneider) Vogel.
2, at Wyuka Funeral Home, 3600 “O” St., Lincoln, along with Visitation from - P. Condolences Marie Kassebaum Stroup, age 78 of Lincoln, died Dec. Survivors include sons Dennis (Christine) Stroup of CO, Mike (Karyn) Stroup of Lincoln, Doyle (Angie) Stroup of Lincoln; daughters Denise Stroup of Benkelman and Loretta (Lonnie) Swearingen of Pleasanton; sister June Schoonover of Lincoln; sister in laws Nancy and Betty Kassebaum, Bertie Stroup, and Val-Jean Lambert.; 23 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. When she was 14, she was asked to speak at the National Townsend Plan Convention in Orlando, FL. She graduated from Jackson High School in 1940, then attended the University of Nebraska. Shirley was a Cub Scout and 4H leader and was always in attendance at the boys’ school and athletic events. She resided from six weeks to age 11 in Gresham, NE, where her father was Superintendent of Schools. He was born February 3, 1945 in Lincoln to James Sr. Step grandchildren, Taylor, Alycia, Christina, Tessa and Ryan. His memberships include being a 60 year member of the Entomological Society of America, North American Black fly Association, Lincoln Stamp Club, American Philatelic Society, American Revenue Association, American Topical Association and Cornhusker Fly Fishers.
12, 1938, she grew up in rural Loup County near Taylor, Nebr. Ilene worked in data entry for AC Nielson and Peed Corp. In March 2016 she moved in with daughter Loretta near Pleasanton until her death. 7, 2016 at Wyuka Funeral Home, 3600 “O” St., Lincoln, with burial to follow in Wyuka Cemetery. She was a good public speaker, often representing her class at school and church events. Grandchildren, James IV, Nikki Jo and Madison; great granddaughter, Keeley. He taught and researched range land grasshoppers, army cutworms, computer modeling for pest management, aquatic insects, black fly taxonomy and alfalfa weevil taxonomy. Pruess was an academic coach for the Linnean Games which is an entomology graduate student competition.
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