Cora Ray of Omaha / Fremont died Tuesday, August 12, 1997.
Services will be 11 a.m. Friday at Hanscon Park Methodist Church in
Survivors are her daughter, Arlene Bouslaugh of Fremont and formerly
of Blair and grandchildren, Sue Ball of Lincoln; Joe Bouslaugh of Sulfer
Springs, Tex.; and Mary Lottman and Coralea Triplett, both of Fremont.
Kenneth Halsey, Sr., 60
Kenneth Vernon Halsey, Sr., 60, of Omaha, died Wednesday, August 13,
1997 at St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha.
Services will be Monday, Aug. 18 at the United Methodist Church in
Blair. Burial will be in the Blair Cemetery.
Kenneth Halsey was born December 14, 1936.
He is survived by his wife, Jeanne Halsey, Omaha and formerly of Blair;
his children, Steven Halsey of Blair; Patrick Grover of Omaha; Sean Grover
of Elkhorn; Jolene Halsey, Omaha; and twins, Kenneth, Halsey, Jr. and Tami
Halsey, both of Omaha; brothers, Elvin Halsey, Omaha and Mike Saupp, Texas;
one sister, Barbara Kelm, Michigan and 11 grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Mildred Saupp of Omaha.
Laura Haynes, 94
Laura Ellen Haynes, 94 of Omaha died Monday, July 14, 1997 at the Community
Care America at Ashland, Neb.
Services were Aug. 7, 1997 at Kremer Funeral Home, to accommodate delays
necessary for two of her children who were traveling in Europe. Her cremains
will be interred at the Pierce Chapel Cemetery near Clarks, Neb.
Laura Haynes was born Sept. 30, 1902 in Belvidere, Tenn. to Minnie
( nee Umbaugh ) Minerva and William Henry Bishop. She attended school in
Tennessee and graduated from high school in Wincheter, Tenn. in 1923. On
Feb. 11, 1928, she married Everett ( E.M. ) Montgomery Haynes in Belvidere.
They made their first home in Merrick County, Neb. for 17 years and then
moved close to Fontanelle. They moved southeast of Blair in 1949 and then
to Omaha in 1975.
She is survived by one son, Laverne; two daughters, Mary Miller and
Lois Wernimont, all of Omaha; five granddaughters; one grandson; seven
great - grandsons and two great - granddaughters.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Everett on March 26, 1989;
her parents; one daughter in infancy; two brothers and one sister.
Vernon Bellows, 73
Vernon Bellows, 73, died Friday, Aug. 15, 1997 at his Omaha home.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. at First Untied Methodist church in Blair.
Rev. Kenneth McClain will officiate. Burial will be in Blair Cemetery.
Vernon Bellows was born in Walthill, Neb. June 24, 1924 to Vernon F.
and Louise ( Boughn ) Bellows. The family moved to Blair in 1930. He graduated
from Blair High School in 1942. He joined the Army after one semester at
the University of Nebraska and served in the Pacific Theater of Operations
during World War II for over two years as first sergeant and registrar
of the 100th Station Hospital in New Delhi, India. On June 23, 1946, he
married Phyllis Jensen. He attended the Omaha Art School and the Kansas
City Art Institute and worked as a commercial artist for over 30 years.
In 1951, he painted the mural of the Last Supper in First United Methodist
He is survived by his wife, Phyllis; son, Kent; daughters and sons
- in - law, Debra and Douglas Wesselmann and Robin and James Griess; grandchildren,
Vincent Wesselmann, Madolin Wesselmann, Hannah Wesselmann, Philip Gress,
David Griess and Neil Griess, all of Omaha; brothers, Ray of Tampa, Fla.
and Steven of Omaha; sisters, Nancy Gabby of Blair and Cynthia Bird of
Wilton, Conn. and many other relatives.
Campbell - Aman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Rodney Block, 37
Rodney Steven Block, 37, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa died Monday, Aug. 11,
1997, due to complications from a year - long battle with stomach cancer.
Services were Aug. 13 with burial in the Blair Cemetery.
Rodney Block was born in Huron, S.D. and was raised in Blair. He graduated
from Blair High School in 1978. He attended Ozark Bible College in Joplin,
Mo., for 1 1 / 2 years. He received an associates degree in radio and television
communications from Brown Institute of Minneapolis, Minn. in 1984. On Nov.
3, 1984, he married Ann Lillard.
Survivors are his wife, Ann; four children, Tammany, Gabrielle, Hall
and Wilson; his mother, Pearl Block of Blair; sisters, Janice Farrell of
Gulfport, Mo.; Emily Nappolini of Blair; Lois Kuhr of Washington, Utah;
Corinne Gearhart of Missouri Valley, Iowa and Robin Henderson of Yorktown,
Va.; and brothers, James of Morrieta, Calif.; Roger of Omaha and Michael
of Camano Island, Wash.
He was preceded in death by his father, Emil and a sister, Geraldine,
who died in infancy.
Frank Elstun, 73
Services were Saturday, Aug. 16, 1997 at All Saints Episcopal Church
in Omaha for Frank R. Elstun, 73 of Omaha.
Frank Elstun was a pharmacist and co - owner of Blair West Pharmacy
for many years in Blair.
He is survived by his wife, Helen, Omaha; a son and daughter - in -
law, Bruce and Lisa, Denver, Colo.; a daughter and son - in - law, Jean
Ann and Todd Wetherlit, Kansas City, Kan.; grandchildren, Raleigh Elstun,
Caitlin and Will Wetherlit and a brother, Ed of Omaha.
Crosby Burket Swanson - Golden Colonial Chapel in Omaha was in charge
Raymond Schmidt, 82
Raymond E. Schmidt, 82 of Blair died Aug. 16, 1997 at Memorial Community
Hospital in Blair.
Services will be 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at First Lutheran Church. Burial
will be at 3:30 p.m. in the Sterling Cemetery in Sterling, Neb.
Raymond Schmidt was born April 14, 1915 at Sterling to George and Trentje
( Meints ) Schmidt. He was baptized and confirmed at St. John's Lutheran
Church and served on the church council there.
On Sept. 17, 1944, he married Lucile Seele. They farmed on the same
farm where he was born and raised until 1978 when they moved into Sterling.
They moved to Johansen Manor in Blair in November of 1990.
He was a member of the District No. 22 School Board and Sterling Public
School No. 33.
He is survived by his son and daughter - in - law, Rick and Dorothy
Schmidt of Blair; two daughters and sons - in - law, Barbara and Keith
Janssen of Ottawa, Kan. and Donna and Dennis Awtry of North Platte, Neb.,
and seven grandsons.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Lucile on Oct. 26, 1995; his
parents; four brothers, Albert, Brunke, William and Henry and two sisters,
Christina and Fanny.
Memorials may be given to the Diabetes Association.
Campbell - Aman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Stella Lallman, 85
Stella F. Lallman, 85, of Arlington died Sunday, Aug. 24, 1997 at the
Nebraska Veteran's Home in Norfolk, Neb.
Services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at the Ludvigsen Mortuary in Fremont.
Burial will be in the Salem Lutheran Cemetery at Fontanelle.
Stella Lallman was born June 6, 1912 in Brandon, Iowa and grew up in
Hay Springs, Neb. Her maiden name was Evans. In the late 1940s, she married
Arthur H. Lallman in Papillion. They lived most of their married years
in Arlington, before moving to a home in Blair and then to the Nebraska
Veteran's Home. She had worked for Campbell Soup Company in Fremont.
Survivors are her many friends, including special friends, Don and
Lois Rogert of Waterloo. She was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur,
in January, 1994 and by an infant child.
Leslie Tighe, 73
Leslie Tighe, 73 of Blair died Wednesday, Aug. 27, 1997.
There will be visitation Thursday from 2 p.m. - 8 p.m. at Hadan Golden
Reichmuth Mortuary in Bennington with a prayer service at 7 p.m. Graveside
services will be private.
He was a 34 - year employee of Omaha Public Power District. He was
a three - year veteran of World War II and a long - time member of the
Omaha Musicians' union.
Survivors are his wife, Karen; sons, Les of Bennington and Rick and
Mark of Blair; a daughter, Sharon Kugel of Wahoo; 13 grandchildren; one
great - grandchild; a brother, Ed of North Platte, Neb. and a sister, Janet
Taylor of Omaha.
Clifford Updike, 71
Clifford D. Updike, 71, of Fremont died Sunday, Aug. 24, 1997 at Methodist
Hospital in Omaha.
There was no funeral service as the body was cremated.
Clifford Updike was born April 9, 1926 in Herman to Wilbur and Beulah
&40 Anderson ) Updike. He grew up at Lyons, Neb. and attended school
there. He served in the United States Army during World War II. After his
discharge, he returned to Lyons. He moved to Fremont in 1950 and lived
there until moving to Boulder, Colo. He then lived in Blair and Arlington
before returning to Fremont in 1961.
On Jan. 14, 1950, he married Bonnie R. Fankhouser at Winslow. He was
a retired mason and had worked for Carlstrom Brothers Construction.
Survivors are a son, Brad Updike of Aurora, Colo.; two daughters, Lavonne
&40 Mrs. James ) Furstenau of Fremont and Anne &40 Mrs. Randy )
Cole of Tilden, Neb.; a brother and sister - in - law, Donald and Helen
Updike of Lyons, Neb.; a sister, Blanche &40 Mrs. Les ) Knop of Lake
Placid, Fla.; and three grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Bonnie on May 4, 1997; his parents;
a daughter, Patricia Updike and brothers, Melvin Updike, Kenneth Updike
and Robert Updike.
Memorials may be given to Bethany Lutheran Church in Lyons.
Moser Memorial Chapel in Fremont was in charge of arrangements.
George Franke, 83
George A. Franke, 83, of Nickerson died Wednesday, Aug. 27, 1997 at
Arbor Manor in Fremont.
Services were Saturday at First Christian Church in Fremont. Pastor
W. Ronald Johnson officiated. Burial was in Memorial Cemetery at Fremont.
Geroge Franke was born June 23, 1914 at Fontanelle to George and Wilhelmine
( Kaempf ) Franke. He grew up and attended school at Fontanelle. He farmed
near Fontanelle until 1972. He then moved to Nickerson and started work
at Valmont Industries in Valley, where he worked in the shipping and receiving
department until retiring in 1980. On Dec. 25, 1944, he married Margaret
Wulbern. She preceded him in death. On Sept. 20, 1975, he married Gladys
J. Brokaw Whittington.
He was a member of First Christian Church and a former Salem Lutheran
Church member; was superintendent of the Sunday School for many years;
served on the Fontanelle School board and was a 4 - H leader for many years.
Survivors are his wife, Gladys; a son and daughter - in - law, George
and Karen Franke of Omaha; a daughter and son - in - law, Maralee and Jim
Taylor of Wahoo; two brothers and sisters - in - law, Chester and Janet
Franke of Scottsbluff and Herbert and Alberta Franke of Fremont; a sister,
Helen Franke of Fremont and four grandchildren.
In addition to his parents and his first wife, he was also preceded
in death by three sisters. Pallbearers were Mike McMurtry, Dan McMurtry,
Leland Brokaw, Don Andersen, Kent Andersen and Max West.
Honorary pallbearers were Kevin Andersen, Kelly Andersen, Kris Andersen,
Darrel Laaker, T. J. Taylor and Ray Hoeneman.
Memorials may be given to First Christian Church.
Susan Paine - Gunchick, 37
Susan Louise Paine - Gunchick, 37 died Thursday, Aug. 28, 1997 at the
University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Services are 10:30 Tuesday at First Lutheran Church. Burial will be
in the Blair Cemetery.
Susan Paine - Gunchick was born to Hildreth and Charlotte ( Bohs )
Paine Jan. 17, 1960 in Omaha. She graduated from Blair High School in 1978.
She attending the College of St. Mary's Nursing School in Omaha and received
her pin in 1983. In 1984, she married Daniel L. Gunchick at First Lutheran
Church in Blair. She worked most of her career at Memorial Community Hospital
in Blair. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in November of 1993.
Survivors are her husband, Dan; son, Jake, both of Blair; her mother
and stepfather, Rodger and Charlotte Bauer; brothers and sisters - in -
law, Carl and Carleene Paine, Tekamah; Tommy and Carol Paine, Spiker, Washington
County and Al and Patricia Gunchick of Willow Springs, Ill.; sisters and
brother - in - law, Mary Paine - Blobaum and Jeannie and Steve Beck of
Blair; step - children, Debra ( Mrs. Joe ) Tunkl and Danny Davis of Countryside,
Ill.; a nephew, Charles Blobaum of Blair; nieces, Anna Blobaum of Morgantown;
W. V.; Meredith and Sarah Paine of Gilmore City, Iowa and many cousins,
uncles and aunts.
She was preceded in death by her father, Hildreth Paine.
Campbell - Aman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Earl Korshoj, 70
Earl S. Korshoj, 70 of Fremont died at his home Thursday, Aug. 28,
1997. Services were Monday at the First Lutheran Church with Rev. Mark
Grorud and Rev. Norman Freund officiating. Burial was in the Frazier Cemetery
near Missouri Valley, Iowa.
Earl Korshoj was born Jan. 6, 1927 to Chris and Esther ( Madsen ) Korshoj
at Herman. He was a 1944 graduate of the Herman High School and attended
the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. He worked for Korshoj Construction
of Blair and then Korshoj Lumber at Herman. He moved to Fremont in 1950
and operated Korshoj Lumber in Fremont for 27 years. On Feb. 17, 1952,
he married Virginia Clark in Logan, Iowa.
He was a member of First Lutheran Church, was past president of the
Nebraska Lumberman's Association, was a member of the Nebraska Softball
Hall of Fame, Landmark Masonic Lodge No. 222 A.F. & A. M. of Herman,
a past long - time member of the Fremont Kiwanis Club and sponsored the
girls' softball team, Lumberjills, for many years.
Survivors are his son and daughter - in - law, Erik and Tam Korshoj
of Omaha; daughters and son - in - law, Lisa and Rex Davies of Columbus
and Merri Chris Korshoj of Elkhorn; three grandchildren, Jenna Davies,
Tara Korshoj and Lee Korshoj; a brother, Frank Korshoj of Herman and two
sisters and brothers - in - law, Betty and Gene Megrue of Blair and Marilyn
and Leonard Jackson of Fremont.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia on June 15, 1994; his
parents; and a brother, Raymond.
Memorials may be given to First Lutheran Church, Hospice Program of
Memorial Hospital and the American Cancer Society.
Ludvigsen Mortuary was in charge of arrangements.
Igena Maertins, 92
Igena A. Schweigart Maertins, 92, of Crowell Memorial Home in Blair
died Thursday, Aug. 28, 1997.
Services were Saturday at Campbell - Aman Funeral Home.
Igena Maertins was born April 14, 1905 at Naper, Neb. to Fred and Bertha
( Moer ) Schweigart. She married Adolf "Buffaloe" Maertins in Naper. She
worked as a nurse's aide all her life, retiring in 1976.
She was a member of the Lutheran Church.
She is survived by her sons, Arthur Maertins, Colorado; Lester Maertins,
Colorado; Earl Maertins, Illinois; daughters and son - in - law, Lucille
and Robert Fuhrer, Blair; Adeline Austin and June Graham, both of California;
18 grandchildren and eight great - grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband; a sister, Helen and four
brothers, Jake, Hank, John and Bob.
Kenneth Goldberg, 68
Kenneth C. Goldberg, 68 of Arlington died Monday, Sept. 1, 1997 at
Nebraska Methodist Hospital in Omaha.
Services are 10 a.m. Thursday at Moser Memorial Chapel in Fremont.
Rev. Charles W. Bichel of Salem Lutheran Church at Fontanelle is officiating.
Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery with military graveside services by
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 8332 and American Legion Post No. 71
Kenneth C. Goldberg was born June 15, 1929 in Rural Arlington to Clarence
and Carrie ( Kruse ) Goldberg. He grew up northeast of Arlington. He served
in the United States Air Force during the Korean Conflict from 1951 to
1955 and was a staff sergeant. After his discharge he moved to Fremont
and started his drywall business, Ken Goldberg Drywall Co. He moved to
Arlington in 1964.
On Jan. 14, 1949 at Plattsmouth, Neb. he married Barbara Laaker.
He was a member of American Legion Post No. 71 and was vice - commander
at the time of his death. He was a retired member of the Arlington Volunteer
He is survived by his wife, Barbara; four daughters and sons - in -
law, Sherry and Wayne Sasges of Grand Island, Neb.; Linda Sheets of Prattville,
Ala.; Debra and Daniel Davis of York, Neb. and Brenda and James Bussen
of Arlington; a brother and sister - in - law, Robert and Helen Goldberg
of Bennington; a sister, Vera Andrews of Fremont; 10 grandchildren and
one great - grandchild.
He was preceded in death by his parents and two infant brothers.
Pallbearers are Cliff Wulf, Glen Keeler, Dave Jenkins, Paul Sorensen,
Glenn Roumph and Gene Rawlings.
Reckmeyer - Moser Funeral Home in Arlington is in charge of arrangements.
Minnie Surber, 82
Minnie E. Surber, 82 of Council Bluffs, Iowa died Saturday, Aug. 23,
1997 at Merrick Manor in Fremont.
Services are Wednesday at Meyer - Woodring Chapel in Council Bluffs
with Rev. Dee Jay Reiff officiating. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery
Minnie E. Surber was born in Danbury, Iowa Sept. 24, 1914. She had
lived in Council Bluffs since 1960. She was a manager for Goodrich Dairy
Stores for many years. She was a member of Westminister Presbyterian Church,
the Order of Eastern Star, Chapter No. 441 in Council Bluffs, Arbor Vitae
No. 92 in Fremont and the White Shrine. She was also a volunteer at Jennie
Edmundson Hospital in Council Bluffs.
She is survived by three daughters, Marlene Grosvenor of Council Bluffs;
Janis Tibke of Arlington and Wanda ( Mrs. Edward ) Tibke of Omaha; two
sons, Jon Surber and James Surber, both of Council Bluffs; one brother,
Raymond Scott of Danbury; 21 grandchildren and 30 great - grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Earl in 1995.
Meyer - Woodring Funeral Home in Council Bluffs was in charge of arrangements.
Marjorie Reno, 79
Marjorie M. Reno, 79 of Omaha died Friday, Aug. 29, 1997 at Immanuel
Medical Center in Omaha.
Services were Wednesday at Roeder Mortuary in Omaha. Burial was in
Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha.
Marjorie M. Reno was born Jan. 14, 1918 to Roscoe and Mabel Stewart
on a farm northwest of Blair. She lived in Washington County many years
and attended Wranch School. She worked at Scott's Footwear in Omaha for
many years before retiring.
Survivors are her daughter, Judy Lancaster; a son, David Reno of Omaha;
two grandsons; three granddaughters; five great - grandsons; three sisters
and brothers - in - law, Dorothy Gallagher, Lorraine and Harold Hartman
and Lois and Dale Diefenbaugh; a sister - in - law, Mary J. Stewart, nieces,
nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, John and a brother,
Ruth Whitney, 86
Ruth Mary Whitney, 86 died Tuesday, Sept. 2, 1997 at the Lafayette
Regional Health Center in Lexington, Mo.
Services will be Sept. 4 at the Walker - Nadler Funeral Home in Lexington.
Ruth Whitney was born April 10, 1911, at Montpelier, Idaho to Arthur
James and Lulu Hummel Jobson. She was a graduate of Northeast State Teachers
College in Kirksville, Mo., and was a teacher for many years. On June 20,
1936, she married Glen Whitney at her parents' home in Marceline, Mo.
She was a 53 - year member of the Lexington United Methodist Church
and Esther Circle. She was also a member of the Lafayette County Historical
Society, the Lexington Garden Club, the Retired Teachers of Missouri, the
Daughters of the American Revolution and Chapter HX of the P.E.O. Sisterhood.
Survivors are her husband, Glen; her daughter and son - in - law, Jane
and Hugh Hunt of Blair; her son and daughter - in - law, Arthur and Martha
Whitney of Palo Alto, Calif.; seven grandchildren; one great - grandchild;
her sister and brother - in - law, Grayce and Bob Pudden of Manhattan,
Fannie Trotter, 64
Fannie Louise Trotter, 64 died Sunday, Sept. 7, 1997 in Omaha.
Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Roeder Mortuary in Omaha. Burial
will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha.
Trotter was born Aug. 30, 1933 in Bradish, Neb.
Survivors are her husband, Marvin E. Trotter, Omaha; daughters and
son - in - law, Linda Hoffmann, Overland Park, Kan. and Nancy and Jeff
Gilliland, Weeping Water, Neb.; a son and daughter - in - law, Don and
Linda Trotter, Lenexa, Kan.; grandchildren, Steven Hoffmann, Adam Hoffmann,
Cassi Gilliland, Kim Gilliland, Joshua Gilliland, Ben Trotter and Erin
Trotter; brothers, C. Edwin Wallick, Orlando, Fla.; David Wallick, Columbus,
Neb. and Doug Wallick, San Diego, Calif.; and a sister, Viola Flood, Newman
Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society.
Helen Dill, 74
Helen E. Dill, 74 of Sterilng Pavilion and formerly of Sterling Towers,
Sterling, Ill., died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 1997 at CGH Medical Center.
Services were Sunday at Sterling Towers. A memorial Mass will be celebrated
at St. Mary Catholic Church in West Point, Neb. at 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 11,
1997. Burial will follow at St. Michael Cemetery.
Helen E. Dill was born June 30, 1923 in West Point to Clement and Helen
( Poeschl ) Strehle. She married Ross J. Dill in October of 1941 in West
point. She worked in the kitchen at Memorial Community Hospital in Blair,
retiring in 1985.
Survivors are her children, Ross and Judy Dill of Sterling and Mary
Beth Dill and Martha Svoboda, both of Lakewood, Colo; two brothers and
sisters - in - law, Leroy H. and Patricia Strehle of Crete, Neb. and James
D. and Darlene Strehle of West Point and two grandsons, Jason A. Dill and
Adam E. Dill.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ross, on June 14, 1973.
A memorial has been established to the Sauk Valley Community College
foundation and to the Table Mountain Animal Center in Boulder, Colo.
Arrangements were by McDonald Funeral Home, Rock Falls, Ill.
Donald Trierweiler, 57
Donald J. Trierweiler, 57, of Harlan, Iowa, died Thursday, Sept. 11,
1997 at Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.
Services were Saturday at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Harlan.
Rev. Richard Gubbels officiated. Burial was in the Harlan Cemetery.
Donald J. Trierweiler was born April 2, 1940 to Raymond Michael and
Corrine Marie ( Blum ) Trierweiler at Defiance, Iowa. He was baptized at
St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Buck Grove, Iowa and confirmed at St. Mary's
Catholic Church in Dow City, Iowa. He attended Dow City Community School
through the ninth grade and then attended St. Joseph's Catholic School
in Earling, graduating in 1958.
On April 4, 1961, he married Darlene Ann Gross at St. Joseph's Catholic
Church in Earling. On Sept. 14, 1991, he married Mary Ann Porter in Harlan.
He worked in the agricultural field, was employed at Farmland Foods and
was in maintenance at the Country Care Center south of Harlan at the time
of his death.
He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church.
Survivors are his wife, Mary Ann, of Harlan; his children, Russell
Trierweiler and friend, Lori Kruger of Denison, Iowa; Tina Reed and her
husband, John of Kiron, Iowa; David Trierweiler and his wife, Sara of Woodbine,
Iowa; Jacqueline Trierweiler of Schleswig, Iowa; Thomas Trierweiler and
his wife, Cindy of Sioux City, Iowa; and Daniel Trierweiler of the U. S.
navy and his fiancˇ, Jodi Labrie; brothers and sisters - in - law, James
and Margaret Trierweiler of Denison; Dick and Diane Trierweiler of Cheyenne,
Wyo.; Phil and Donna Trierweiler of Earling; a sister and brother - in
- law, Elizabeth and Michael Wilcox of Blair; 16 grandchildren; other relatives
and many friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and step - father, Nick Bissen.
Casket bearers were Russ Trierweiler, Terry Clyde, Tom Trierweiler, Dave
Trierweiler, Dan Trierweiler and Rusty Ballantyne.
Honorary casket bearers were Lynn Kenkel, Matthew Trierweiler, Nathen
TenEyck, Joe Mahlberg and Rick Ballantyne.
Pauley Funeral Home in Harlan was in charge of services.