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Betty was the contact person for the Platte Valley Betty Club, which she formed to be part of 15 other Betty Clubs in Nebraska. “Pete” Parr of Fremont died May 23 at Nye Pointe Health and Rehab Center in Fremont. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, and son-in-law Justin Dorn.
She enjoyed attending the yearly Betty Conventions. Pete was born July 11, 1944, in Fremont to Sylvester and Gloria(Muller)Parr. Memorial service will 10 a.m., Friday, June 2, at Moser Memorial Chapel in Fremont. Memorials may be directed to the family for a later designation. Dorothy (Vopalensky) Mines was born April 7, 1929, to Albert and Clara (Novak) Vopalensky in rural Morse Bluff.
He was baptized one of Jehovah's Witnesses in 1986. Randy Kenneth Eckmann was born July 17, 1968, in Creighton. Their last move was to Fremont where he worked for Midland for several years. Patty raised her family and worked most of her life to help keep the family afloat. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Camp Luther of Nebraska at Schuyler and St. Moser Memorial Chapel of North Bend is in charge of arrangements. 10, 1935, to Lafayette and Alice (Segebart) Schoenjahn. Janet was employed at North Bend Insurance Agency for 43 years. She lived a life full of passion for family, music, and quilting. She enjoyed hundreds of their sporting events and music performances and hand crafting many gifts for them as well as making Christmas cookies. With the Cold War escalating at the time, the Soviets took great interest in these Arctic voyages by the Americans, particularly the one into the Barents Sea. Adeline is survived by son Gene (Trudy) Kmoch of Grand Island; seven grandchildren including Kyrsten (D. With the start of the business he became a member of The Nebraska Airboat Association. Inscribed on his family gravestone in Woodland cemetery are the names of his first wife Brigitte and the names of their three children: Sylvia; Rob; and Christine. A private family internment will be at Kearney Cemetery. O’Brien Straatmann Redinger Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 17, 1974, in Fremont to Richard and Linda (Thomsen) Parr. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband and brother Leonard Maly. Carol loved to hunt deer, fish, work crossword puzzles, read books, and ride motorcycles with her partner, Francis Wesely. Carol is survived by her partner of 37 years, Francis Wesely of North Bend and his children: Emily (Ken) Mahnke of Fremont, Dave (Jennifer) Wesely of North Bend, Wendy (Shane)Gustafson of Fremont; mother Alice Wagner of Miller, S. Memorials may be directed to the Alzheimer’s Association or the Fremont Area Community Foundation. She was born March 3, 1934, on a farm near Schuyler to Lloyd and Lillian (Noha) Pollard. Jeanyne was preceded in death by her husband Lyle in March of 2006, by her parents Gus and Eleanor and by a half brother. Her daily pop from Pump & Pantry was a must, and Christmas was her favorite holiday. Dick is survived by his wife, Betty of North Bend, son Brian (Julie) Jurgens of North Bend, daughter Diana (Rich) Novak of Gretna, grandchildren Christine (Le Roy) Bax, William (Laurie) Novak, Steven Novak, Nathan Jurgens, Tyler Hongola, and Katelyn Hongola, great-grandchildren Lilly, Cody and Alexander, sister Helen Sinnett of La Vista, brother David Jurgens of Chariton, Iowa, sisters-in-law Annabella Vermeline and Dottie Hraban and brother-in-law, George Wonka. Memorials may be designated to North bend VFW Post 8223 or North Bend Presbyterian Church. Though Keith spent many years away, his home state (Nebraska) and home town (North Bend) were always in his thoughts (Go Huskers! Keith was very fond of trees and planted hundreds of them during his lifetime. Arlene is survived by her sons Robert (Joyce) Hines of North Bend and Thomas (Erin)Hines of Port Charlotte, Fla.; three granddaughters Jennifer (Sebastian) Castro and Colleen (Mike) Sexton, all of Cape Coral, Fla., and Carlene (Tim) Harbeck and great-grandson, Xavier Harbeck, all of Omaha. She was born August 31, 1946, in Hutchinson County, S. She grew up on a farm and graduated from high school in Miller, S. After high school, she moved to Florida for a couple years and then moved to Alliance for 10 years where she worked as a meat cutter at Safeway. She worked and managed various local seed companies. Marxsen of North Bend died Tuesday, May 23, at her home. She was a member of Bluffs Trinity Lutheran Church where she was active, serving on the church council, her circle, and singing in the choir. She always loved bowling, especially with the Special Olympics. She was a member of the Rebecca Lodge at North Bend for many years and went through all their chairs, ZCBJ Lodge for over 50 years and the Rawhide Extension Club for many years. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, daughter-in law Carolyn Ruzicka and grandson-in-law Jerry Zywiec. He died November 6, 2017, at his home in North Bend. He became a land surveyor and professional engineer. Dick enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, hunting and gardening. He was a proud father, grandfather and great-grandfather who always enjoyed spending time with his family. Interment of his ashes will be in Woodland cemetery, next to those of his daughter Christine. Memorial contributions are welcome and may be directed to the North Bend Franklin-Cotterell Arboretum Fund. Please make checks payable to Jesse Cady Memorial Fund, First National Bank & Trust Company – 23rd Street Bank, 801 East 23rd Street, Fremont, NE 68025. Reck of North Bend passed away May 30 at Edgewood Vista in Fremont. She grew up in Fremont and graduated from Fremont High School in 1954. During her working years she worked for the ASCS office, and she later was a para for the North Bend Schools. Jeanyne baked cakes for her children’s and grandchildren’s birthdays, weddings and many other special occasions. Cindy always gave the best hugs, always made you smile and loved her family and friends deeply. Jude’s Childrens’ Hospital or Shriner’s Hospital Seger Funeral Home in Atkinson was in charge of arrangements. Ruzicka of Fremont, formerly of North Bend, passed away Jan. She was born May 7, 1919, to Ray and Hilda (Hinrichsen) Warner on their family farm located north of North Bend. She attended District 80 school and graduated North Bend High School in 1937. 26, 1937, and they moved to his home place five miles northwest of North Bend. Marie was a member of the former United Methodist Church in North Bend and an over 50-year member of United Methodist Women at the church and held all church and UM Women offices. She is survived by her sons Emil (Judy) Ruzicka of Mesa, Ariz., Gene (Joyce) Ruzicka of North Bend, Bill (Donna) Ruzicka of Schuyler and Larry (Pat) Ruzicka of North Bend; 14 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and wife, brother John Brower, and great-grandson Grant Leo Thomas Slattery. He was preceded in death by his father Alfred Clausen, daughter Lynn Clausen Menze and father-in-law Charles Hovenden. James Lawrence Coen was born August 29, 1933, in North Bend. Dick was a member of the North Bend United Presbyterian Church, North Bend VFW and Fremont Eagles. Keith spent many years as primary care-giver to Brigitte, Josie and Christine. No service is planned immediately, but an informal memorial service will be held later in North Bend. A memorial fund has been established at First National Bank & Trust in Jesse’s name. She was born March 14, 1936, in Hooper to Gustav (Gus) and Eleanor (Mehan) Ott. They lived on the farm northwest of Fremont where Jeanyne was still living. Jeanyne and her mother-in-law, Mabel Bang, baked cakes for people. Rocking her nieces and nephews was her favorite job. Their family received the Ak-Sar-Ben Pioneer Farm Family Award in September 2004. Michael Mc Gregor of First United Methodist Church in Fremont officiated. Memorials are suggested to Woodland Cemetery, North Bend; North Bend Senior Center or to the North Bend Area Community Foundation.