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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MARCH 9, 2004

Mildred C. Erickson

Mildred C. Erickson, 94, Wahoo, widow of Linus, died Sunday (3/7/04). Born, Swedeburg. Homemaker.
Survivors: sons, Jack Erickson, Fresno, Calif., Lee Erickson, Eagan, Minn.; daughter, Ann McGregor, Danville, Calif.; two grandchildren; one great-granddaughter.
Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Grace Lutheran Cemetery, Swedeburg. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Wednesday, with family 4-6 p.m., Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. Memorials to Saint Elizabeth Hospice or Haven House.

OMAHA WORLD HERALD - MARCH 9, 2004

ERICKSON-Mildred C., 94 yrs., Wahoo. Survived by sons, Jack (Saimah), Fresno, CA, Lee, Eagan, MN; daughter, Ann (Randy) McGregor, Danville, CA; 2 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter
FUNERAL Thurs. 2 pm, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. VISITATION Wed. 2-8 pm, family present 4-6 pm. Memorials to St. Elizabeth Hospice or Haven House. Burial Grace Lutheran Cemetery, Swedeburg. View complete obituary and send condolences @w.prussnabity.com

OBITUARY
Mildred C. Erickson, age 94 of Wahoo, died Sunday March 7, 2004 at the Haven House in Wahoo.
She was born January 23, 1910 at Swedeburg, NE to Carl O. and Milsa (Ekdahl) Pearson. She graduated from Wahoo High School and later married Linus J. Erickson. They lived on the family farm near Ceresco until 1978 at which time they moved toesco. Linus died in 1982, and Mildred continued to reside in Ceresco until July of 1996 when she moved to the Haven House in Wahoo.
Mildred loved her role as homemaker, and her family and friends were very important to her. She was active all her life at the Swedeburg Lutheran Church and held several positions in the Ladies Aid Society. Mildred also served as an officerhe Saunders County Extensions Women 
Pearson, Mildred Charlotte (I0794)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MARCH 9, 2004

Mildred C. Erickson

Mildred C. Erickson, 94, Wahoo, widow of Linus, died Sunday (3/7/04). Born, Swedeburg. Homemaker.
Survivors: sons, Jack Erickson, Fresno, Calif., Lee Erickson, Eagan, Minn.; daughter, Ann McGregor, Danville, Calif.; two grandchildren; one great-granddaughter.
Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Grace Lutheran Cemetery, Swedeburg. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Wednesday, with family 4-6 p.m., Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. Memorials to Saint Elizabeth Hospice or Haven House.

OMAHA WORLD HERALD - MARCH 9, 2004

ERICKSON-Mildred C., 94 yrs., Wahoo. Survived by sons, Jack (Saimah), Fresno, CA, Lee, Eagan, MN; daughter, Ann (Randy) McGregor, Danville, CA; 2 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter
FUNERAL Thurs. 2 pm, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. VISITATION Wed. 2-8 pm, family present 4-6 pm. Memorials to St. Elizabeth Hospice or Haven House. Burial Grace Lutheran Cemetery, Swedeburg. View complete obituary and send condolences @w.prussnabity.com

OBITUARY
Mildred C. Erickson, age 94 of Wahoo, died Sunday March 7, 2004 at the Haven House in Wahoo.
She was born January 23, 1910 at Swedeburg, NE to Carl O. and Milsa (Ekdahl) Pearson. She graduated from Wahoo High School and later married Linus J. Erickson. They lived on the family farm near Ceresco until 1978 at which time they moved toesco. Linus died in 1982, and Mildred continued to reside in Ceresco until July of 1996 when she moved to the Haven House in Wahoo.
Mildred loved her role as homemaker, and her family and friends were very important to her. She was active all her life at the Swedeburg Lutheran Church and held several positions in the Ladies Aid Society. Mildred also served as an officerhe Saunders County Extensions Women 
Pearson, Mildred Charlotte (I019)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MARCH 9, 2004

Mildred C. Erickson

Mildred C. Erickson, 94, Wahoo, widow of Linus, died Sunday (3/7/04). Born, Swedeburg. Homemaker.
Survivors: sons, Jack Erickson, Fresno, Calif., Lee Erickson, Eagan, Minn.; daughter, Ann McGregor, Danville, Calif.; two grandchildren; one great-granddaughter.
Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Grace Lutheran Cemetery, Swedeburg. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Wednesday, with family 4-6 p.m., Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. Memorials to Saint Elizabeth Hospice or Haven House.

OMAHA WORLD HERALD - MARCH 9, 2004

ERICKSON-Mildred C., 94 yrs., Wahoo. Survived by sons, Jack (Saimah), Fresno, CA, Lee, Eagan, MN; daughter, Ann (Randy) McGregor, Danville, CA; 2 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter
FUNERAL Thurs. 2 pm, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. VISITATION Wed. 2-8 pm, family present 4-6 pm. Memorials to St. Elizabeth Hospice or Haven House. Burial Grace Lutheran Cemetery, Swedeburg. View complete obituary and send condolences @russnabity.com

OBITUARY
Mildred C. Erickson, age 94 of Wahoo, died Sunday March 7, 2004 at the Haven House in Wahoo.
She was born January 23, 1910 at Swedeburg, NE to Carl O. and Milsa (Ekdahl) Pearson. She graduated from Wahoo High School and later married Linus J. Erickson. They lived on the family farm near Ceresco until 1978 at which time they moved to. Linus died in 1982, and Mildred continued to reside in Ceresco until July of 1996 when she moved to the Haven House in Wahoo.
Mildred loved her role as homemaker, and her family and friends were very important to her. She was active all her life at the Swedeburg Lutheran Church and held several positions in the Ladies Aid Society. Mildred also served as an officerhunders County Extensions Women 
Pearson, Mildred Charlotte (I8222)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MAY 11, 2006

Dorothy Pearson

Dorothy Pearson, 96, Wahoo, died Tuesday (5/9/06) at the Saunders County Hospital. Born on a farm near Swedeburg (7/19/1909) to Oscar Ludvig and Alice Augusta Lusch. She married Malvin Pearson, April 12, 1936, in Swedeburg.

Survivors: brother, sister-in-law, Kenneth and Merna Hagstrom, Ashland; sister-in-law, Eva Pearson, Wahoo; nieces; nephews.

Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. The Rev. Elvin Crosby. Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Friday, Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. Memorials to the church.

Pearson, Dorothy

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR MAY 12 - 13, 2006

Dorothy Pearson, 96, Wahoo, died Tuesday (5/9/06)

Services: 10 a.m. today, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Memorials to the church. Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. 
Hagstrom, Dorothy (I0797)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MAY 11, 2006

Dorothy Pearson

Dorothy Pearson, 96, Wahoo, died Tuesday (5/9/06) at the Saunders County Hospital. Born on a farm near Swedeburg (7/19/1909) to Oscar Ludvig and Alice Augusta Lusch. She married Malvin Pearson, April 12, 1936, in Swedeburg.

Survivors: brother, sister-in-law, Kenneth and Merna Hagstrom, Ashland; sister-in-law, Eva Pearson, Wahoo; nieces; nephews.

Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. The Rev. Elvin Crosby. Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Friday, Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. Memorials to the church.
Pearson, Dorothy

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR MAY 12 - 13, 2006

Dorothy Pearson, 96, Wahoo, died Tuesday (5/9/06)

Services: 10 a.m. today, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Memorials to the church. Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. 
Hagstrom, Dorothy (I022)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MAY 2001

Heiser - Norma I., 100, Ceresco, widow of Henry F. G., died Monday (4/30/01) in Wahoo. Born, Ceresco (3/13/1901) to Cales L. and Anna M. (Brodd) Walin. Attended Luther College Academy, Wahoo. Homemaker. Charter member, Immanuel Lutheran Chu, Ceresco.
Survivors: sons, daughters-in-law, Paul H. and Norma E., Ceresco, James L. and Carlene, McMinnville, Ore.; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews.
Memorial services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ceresco. The Rev. Fred Meuter. Interment: 10 a.m. Saturday, Lincoln Memorial Park. Family and friends meet at 9:45 a.m. at Gate 2. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Friday, Nelson Funeral Homeeresco. Prayer service: 7 p.m. Friday, funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Bethphage Mission. 
Walin, Norma Irene (I0016)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MAY 2001

Heiser - Norma I., 100, Ceresco, widow of Henry F. G., died Monday (4/30/01) in Wahoo. Born, Ceresco (3/13/1901) to Cales L. and Anna M. (Brodd) Walin. Attended Luther College Academy, Wahoo. Homemaker. Charter member, Immanuel Lutheran Chu, Ceresco.
Survivors: sons, daughters-in-law, Paul H. and Norma E., Ceresco, James L. and Carlene, McMinnville, Ore.; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews.
Memorial services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ceresco. The Rev. Fred Meuter. Interment: 10 a.m. Saturday, Lincoln Memorial Park. Family and friends meet at 9:45 a.m. at Gate 2. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Friday, Nelson Funeral Homeeresco. Prayer service: 7 p.m. Friday, funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Bethphage Mission. 
Walin, Norma Irene (I260)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MAY 29, 2010

Hofker, Roberta Janet

Roberta Janet Hofker, 84, Lincoln, died Friday, May 28, 2010. Services are pending. Arrangements: ASPEN Cremation and Burial Service, 4822 Cleveland Ave., Lincoln, NE 68504. Condolences: aspenaftercare.com.

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - MAY 30, 2010

Hofker, Roberta Janet (Nelson)

Roberta Janet (Nelson) Hofker, 84, of Lincoln, formerly of Republican City, Neb. and Mesa, Ariz., died Friday 5/28/10. Born at Lincoln, Neb. on 9/6/1925. Secretary and Vice President of the corporation of Hofker Automotive in Lincoln.

Survivors: Sons and daughters-in-law: Gary and Mary Hofker of Seymour, Tenn.; James and Sherry Hofker of Eagle, Neb.; Daughters and sons-in-law: Beverly and Robert Spomer of Buena Vista, Colo.; Barbara and Larry Lanning of Waverly, Neb.; Sisterr: Marjorie Sutter of Lincoln; Brothers and sisters-in-law: Archie and Rose Nelson of Denver; Dale and Patricia Nelson of Brush, Colo.; Mel and Jean Nelson of Sussex, Wis.; Brother-in-law: Gary Briggs of Wayzata, Minn.; Sister-in-law: Fran Hofker of North St Paul, Minn.; 11 Grandchildren; five Great Grandchildren.

Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday (6/2/10) at 11 a.m. at Rosemont Alliance Church, 2600 N.70th Street, Lincoln. Cremation, No Visitation. In lieu of flowers, memorials to CMA Missions. Condolences: aspenaftercare.com ASPEN Cremation and Burial Service, 4822 Cleveland Ave., Lincoln, NE 68504 
Nelson, Roberta Janet (I322)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - NOVEMBER 5, 2004

Dennis L. Jones

Dennis L. Jones, 71, Lincoln, died Wednesday (11/3/04) following a brief illness with cancer. Born, Stromsburg (10/7/33), to Oscar and Alma (Nelson) Jones. Owner, Jones Glass, 20 years. Member:First Lutheran Church, Glaziers Union Local 573,se Lodge. Enjoyed golf, bowling, playing cards, spending time with family and friends. Always there when anyone needed anything. Stayed positive throughout his entire illness, never complained or asked, "Why me?"
Survivors: wife, Nancy, 50 years; sons, Brad, Scott, both Lincoln; daughter, son-in-law, Cindy and Marty Anderson, Lincoln; grandchildren, spouse, Brandon and Becky Jones, Justin Jones, Jennifer Anderson, Kristin Anderson, Jordyn Jones; great-grandson, Jacob Anderson; brothers, sisters-in-law, Wesley and Ruth Jones, Osceola, Burdette and Sharon Jones, Irvin and Rose Jones, all Lincoln; sisters, brothers-in-law, Helen Tiaden, Columbus, Betty Jean and Norman Michener, Columbus; many brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, other friends and relatives. Preceded in death by parents.
Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. Pastor Donald Griffith. Swede Home Cemetery. Visitation: noon-9 p.m. Sunday, with family greeting friends 3-5 p.m., Roper &Sons Funeral Home, 4300 OSt.; one hour before servs, church; after services, 2:30-3 p.m. Monday, with a prayer service, 3 p.m., Calvary Lutheran Church, SwedeHome, followed by burial. Memorials to donor's choice. Condolences or personal reflections may be left at www.roperandsons.com.

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - NOVEMBER 6 , 2004

Dennis L. Jones

Dennis L. Jones, 71, Lincoln, died Wednesday (11/3/04) following a brief illness with cancer.
Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. Visitation: noon-9 p.m. Sunday, with family greeting friends 3-5 p.m., Roper &Sons Funeral Home, 4300 OSt.; one hour before services, church; after services, 2:30-3 p.m. Mon, with a prayer service, 3 p.m., Calvary Lutheran Church, SwedeHome, followed by burial. Memorials to donor's choice. Condolences or personal reflections may be left at www.roperandsons.com. 
Jones, Dennis (I0101)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - NOVEMBER 5, 2004

Dennis L. Jones

Dennis L. Jones, 71, Lincoln, died Wednesday (11/3/04) following a brief illness with cancer. Born, Stromsburg (10/7/33), to Oscar and Alma (Nelson) Jones. Owner, Jones Glass, 20 years. Member:First Lutheran Church, Glaziers Union Local 573,se Lodge. Enjoyed golf, bowling, playing cards, spending time with family and friends. Always there when anyone needed anything. Stayed positive throughout his entire illness, never complained or asked, "Why me?"
Survivors: wife, Nancy, 50 years; sons, Brad, Scott, both Lincoln; daughter, son-in-law, Cindy and Marty Anderson, Lincoln; grandchildren, spouse, Brandon and Becky Jones, Justin Jones, Jennifer Anderson, Kristin Anderson, Jordyn Jones; great-grandson, Jacob Anderson; brothers, sisters-in-law, Wesley and Ruth Jones, Osceola, Burdette and Sharon Jones, Irvin and Rose Jones, all Lincoln; sisters, brothers-in-law, Helen Tiaden, Columbus, Betty Jean and Norman Michener, Columbus; many brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, other friends and relatives. Preceded in death by parents.
Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. Pastor Donald Griffith. Swede Home Cemetery. Visitation: noon-9 p.m. Sunday, with family greeting friends 3-5 p.m., Roper &Sons Funeral Home, 4300 OSt.; one hour before servs, church; after services, 2:30-3 p.m. Monday, with a prayer service, 3 p.m., Calvary Lutheran Church, SwedeHome, followed by burial. Memorials to donor's choice. Condolences or personal reflections may be left at www.roperandsons.com.

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - NOVEMBER 6 , 2004

Dennis L. Jones

Dennis L. Jones, 71, Lincoln, died Wednesday (11/3/04) following a brief illness with cancer.
Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. Visitation: noon-9 p.m. Sunday, with family greeting friends 3-5 p.m., Roper &Sons Funeral Home, 4300 OSt.; one hour before services, church; after services, 2:30-3 p.m. Mon, with a prayer service, 3 p.m., Calvary Lutheran Church, SwedeHome, followed by burial. Memorials to donor's choice. Condolences or personal reflections may be left at www.roperandsons.com. 
Jones, Dennis (I333)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - SEPTEMBER 23, 2006

HAZEL M. PEARSON

Hazel M. Pearson, 84, Lincoln, died Thursday (9/21/06). Born: Lincoln. Homemaker.

Survivors: son, Bruce Wright, Lincoln; daughter, Rebecca Zimmerman, Alvord, Texas; three grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews.

Memorial services: 2:30 p.m. Monday, Lancaster Manor Chapel, 1001 South St. No visitation; cremation. Memorials to Lancaster Manor. Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St.

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - SEPTEMBER 24, 2006

HAZEL M. PEARSON

Hazel M. Pearson, 84, Lincoln, died Thursday (9/21/06). Born, March 22, 1922 in Lincoln to James and Bertha (Francis) Reynolds. Homemaker. Past member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Enjoyed being outdoors and playing bingo.

Family includes: son, daughter-in-law, Bruce and Sheryl Wright, Lincoln; daughter, son-in-law, Rebecca and Ronald Zimmerman, Alvord, Texas; three grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by: parents, son, Kenneth Howard Wright; sister, brother-in-law, Gladys and Clarence "Ed" Lagoni; brother-in-law, Leonard Hudkin.

Memorial services: 2:30 p.m. Monday, Lancaster Manor Chapel, 1001 South St. No visitation; cremation. Memorials to Lancaster Manor. Personal reflections or condolences may be left at www.metcalffh.com. Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th 
Reynolds, Hazel (I0197)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - SEPTEMBER 23, 2006

HAZEL M. PEARSON

Hazel M. Pearson, 84, Lincoln, died Thursday (9/21/06). Born: Lincoln. Homemaker.

Survivors: son, Bruce Wright, Lincoln; daughter, Rebecca Zimmerman, Alvord, Texas; three grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews.

Memorial services: 2:30 p.m. Monday, Lancaster Manor Chapel, 1001 South St. No visitation; cremation. Memorials to Lancaster Manor. Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St.

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - SEPTEMBER 24, 2006

HAZEL M. PEARSON

Hazel M. Pearson, 84, Lincoln, died Thursday (9/21/06). Born, March 22, 1922 in Lincoln to James and Bertha (Francis) Reynolds. Homemaker. Past member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Enjoyed being outdoors and playing bingo.

Family includes: son, daughter-in-law, Bruce and Sheryl Wright, Lincoln; daughter, son-in-law, Rebecca and Ronald Zimmerman, Alvord, Texas; three grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by: parents, son, Kenneth Howard Wright; sister, brother-in-law, Gladys and Clarence "Ed" Lagoni; brother-in-law, Leonard Hudkin.

Memorial services: 2:30 p.m. Monday, Lancaster Manor Chapel, 1001 South St. No visitation; cremation. Memorials to Lancaster Manor. Personal reflections or condolences may be left at www.metcalffh.com. Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St. 
Reynolds, Hazel (I116)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2009

Johnson, Alvena "Millie"

Alvena "Millie" Johnson, 89, Wahoo, widow of Norris J., died Friday, December 4, 2009 in Wahoo. She was born 4/15/1920 in Wahoo, to Alvin R. and Alvera A. (Brostrom) Walin. Millie worked at Mead Bank, Ceresco Bank, and at Federated Finance in LiLincoln after graduating from Luther Academy in Wahoo and attending Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS for one semester. On 2/27/1946, she married Norris J. Johnson at Swedeburg, Neb.. Millie was bookkeeper at Wahoo Clinic for 15 years, assisted in the Luther College Alumni Office and was organist at both Grace Lutheran and Immanuel Lutheran Churches for many years.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; step-father, Arthur E. Larson; bothers, Archie and Glenn Larson. She is survived by sons, Harvey D. (Trish) Johnson, Seward, Kerry L. Johnson, Lincoln; brother, Rev. Lester Larson, Sequin, Texas; sister-in-law, Helen E. Johnson, Ceresco; granddaughters, Kathryn Johnson, Seattle, Wash., Ann Johnson, St. Paul, Minn.

Funeral Monday, December 14, 11 a.m. Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Wahoo. Visitation Sunday, December 13, 6-8 p.m., funeral home. Interment Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery. Memorials to the church or Saunders Medical Center Auxiliary. Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo, (402) 443-3128 
Larson, Anna Alvina Bothilda (Millie) (I0042)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2009

Johnson, Alvena "Millie"

Alvena "Millie" Johnson, 89, Wahoo, widow of Norris J., died Friday, December 4, 2009 in Wahoo. She was born 4/15/1920 in Wahoo, to Alvin R. and Alvera A. (Brostrom) Walin. Millie worked at Mead Bank, Ceresco Bank, and at Federated Finance in LiLincoln after graduating from Luther Academy in Wahoo and attending Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS for one semester. On 2/27/1946, she married Norris J. Johnson at Swedeburg, Neb.. Millie was bookkeeper at Wahoo Clinic for 15 years, assisted in the Luther College Alumni Office and was organist at both Grace Lutheran and Immanuel Lutheran Churches for many years.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; step-father, Arthur E. Larson; bothers, Archie and Glenn Larson. She is survived by sons, Harvey D. (Trish) Johnson, Seward, Kerry L. Johnson, Lincoln; brother, Rev. Lester Larson, Sequin, Texas; sister-in-law, Helen E. Johnson, Ceresco; granddaughters, Kathryn Johnson, Seattle, Wash., Ann Johnson, St. Paul, Minn.

Funeral Monday, December 14, 11 a.m. Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Wahoo. Visitation Sunday, December 13, 6-8 p.m., funeral home. Interment Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery. Memorials to the church or Saunders Medical Center Auxiliary. Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo, (402) 443-3128 
Larson, Anna Alvina Bothilda Walin (I298)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2002

Pearson - Thelma E., 88, Wahoo, died Wednesday (3/13/02). Born, Ashland (12/24/13). Homemaker. Member, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ceresco. Member, WELCA, Ceresco Senior Citizens.
Survivors: daughters, sons-in-law, Betty and Stanley Rudeen, Arvada, Colo., Jane and Ray Otto, Mary and Lynn Maxson, all of Ceresco; sister, Vivian Rudeen, Albuquerque, N.M.; sisters-in-law, Julia Frasier, Lincoln, Ila Frasier, Omaha; nine grchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband, Herman; parents, Roscoe and Lola (Timmons) Frasier; four brothers.
Memorial service: 2 p.m. Saturday, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ceresco. Graveside service: 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo. Pallbearers: Kevin Rudeen, Todd and Steve Otto, Christopher and Justin Maxson. Visitation: noon-8 p.m. Fri, with family receiving friends, 3-4 p.m. and 7-8 p.m., Nelson Funeral Home, Ceresco. Memorials to the church or Haven House. 
Frasier, Thelma (I0178)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2002

Pearson - Thelma E., 88, Wahoo, died Wednesday (3/13/02). Born, Ashland (12/24/13). Homemaker. Member, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ceresco. Member, WELCA, Ceresco Senior Citizens.
Survivors: daughters, sons-in-law, Betty and Stanley Rudeen, Arvada, Colo., Jane and Ray Otto, Mary and Lynn Maxson, all of Ceresco; sister, Vivian Rudeen, Albuquerque, N.M.; sisters-in-law, Julia Frasier, Lincoln, Ila Frasier, Omaha; nine grchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband, Herman; parents, Roscoe and Lola (Timmons) Frasier; four brothers.
Memorial service: 2 p.m. Saturday, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ceresco. Graveside service: 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo. Pallbearers: Kevin Rudeen, Todd and Steve Otto, Christopher and Justin Maxson. Visitation: noon-8 p.m. Fri, with family receiving friends, 3-4 p.m. and 7-8 p.m., Nelson Funeral Home, Ceresco. Memorials to the church or Haven House. 
Frasier, Thelma (I080)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR NEWSPAPER - April 21, 2002

Benson -- Sylvia E., 86, Wahoo, died Friday (4/19/02). Born, Rescue (8/7/15) to Frank and Tina (Texel) Kratky.
Survivors: husband, Dwain; daughters, sons-in-law, Sandra and Jerry Harkins, Colorado Springs, Colo., Marla and Jim Garner, Fort Worth, Texas, Bonnie and Paul Rochette, Colorado Springs; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Precededeath by parents; brothers, Arnold and Ernest; grandson, Christopher Weise.
Services:11 a.m. Tuesday, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Wahoo. Sunrise North Cemetery, Wahoo. Visitation: 4-8 p.m. Monday, Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. Memorials to church.

WAHOO NEWS APRIL 28, 2002

Sylvia BENSON

WAHOO 
Kratky, Sylvia E. (I1227)
 
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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR OBITUARIES - APRIL 1, 2002

Pearson -- Lucille M., 92, Ord, widow of Hilding, died Saturday (3/30/02) in Overland Park, Kan. Born, Fairbury. Retired registered nurse. Survivors: sons, Dr. Douglas, Leawood, Kan., Dr. Bruce, Janesville, Wis.; five grandchildren. Services: 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Roper and Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St. Lincoln Memorial Park. Visitation: 5 p.m. today until services Tuesday, mortuary. 
Bedell, Lucille M (I1214)
 
369 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7011)
 
370 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7012)
 
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LINCOLN STAR - AUGUST 20, 1933

OBITUARY

RUTH IONE WALIN

Ruth Ione Walin, 15, died in Lincoln, Aug. 7, 1933. Her early childhood was spent on a farm near Lincoln, and she resided in the city since 1929. She graduated from Capitol and Irving junior high school, being always an honor student. She was entrusted by her classmates with high offices and many positions of responsibility. Active in dramatics and all other school activities, she endeared herself to both the faculty and student body of Irving junior high, where she graduated in June 11933. Ruth was confirmed at First Lutheran church in Lincoln,1932. She was an officer of the Camp Fire girls organization of that church. Funeral services were held at First Lutheran church on August 10, and attended by many sorrowful associates, classmates and teachers. Pallbearers were members of her confirmation class. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walin, and a younger brother, Robert, all of Lincoln. 
Walin, Ruth Ione (I295)
 
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LINCOLN STAR - DECEMBER 16, 1986

ROLFSON - Donald W, 77, 5010 Knox St., died Sunday. Retired custodian, Lincoln Public Schools, 17 years. Member, Evangelical United Lutheran Church, Lincoln Public Schools Employee Association, Hammand Organ Society. Former Scout Master, Troo, Boy Scouts of America. Survivors: wife, Fern; son, James. W., Germantown, Md.; daughter, Mrs. Gary D. (Janice) Gustafson, Lincoln; brothers, Lyle, Elwin, both Lincoln; sister, Mrs. Richard (Carol) Grubaugh, David City; four grandchildren, great-granddaughter.
Services: 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Evangelical United Lutheran Church, 5945 Fremont St. The Rev. Robert M. Roabe. Memorials to church or to Heart Fund. Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St.

LINCOLN STAR - DECEMBER 17, 1986

ROLFSON - Donald W, 77, 5010 Knox St., died Sunday.
Services: 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Evangelical United Lutheran Church, 5945 Fremont St. The Rev. Robert M. Roabe. Pallbearers: Lyle, Elwin, Jim Rolofson, Gary, Erik, Marc Gustafson. Honorary pallbearers: Carol, Richard Grubaugh, Curt Rolofson, Kriustafson. Memorials to church or to Heart Fund. Family will receive friends: 7-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St. 
Rolofson, Donald Wesley (I1220)
 
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LINCOLN STAR - FEBRUARY 10, 1975
LINCOLN EVENING JOURNAL - FEBRUARY 10, 1975

WIDMAN - Mrs. William (Pauline) V., 71, Mead, died Sunday. Survivors: husband, daughters, Mrs. Vern (Marion) Brokaw, Everett, Wash., Mrs. Robert (Viola) Scoles, Mead; brother, Edward Walin, Lincoln; sisters, Mrs. Esther Nelson, Ceresco, Mrs.ry (Norma) Heiser, Lincoln, Mrs. Althea Heiser, Fairview, Mont.; six grandchildren; great grandchild.
Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Alma Lutheran Church, Mead. The Rev. Keith M. McKay. Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo. Prayer Service - 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Ericson's-Hult Funeral Home, Wahoo.

THE LINCOLN STAR - FEBRUARY 12, 1975

WIDMAN - Mrs. William (Pauline) V., 71, Mead, died Sunday.
Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Alma Lutheran Church, Mead. Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo. Ericson's-Hult Funeral Home, Wahoo. 
Walin, Pauline Viola (I0017)
 
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LINCOLN STAR - FEBRUARY 10, 1975
LINCOLN EVENING JOURNAL - FEBRUARY 10, 1975

WIDMAN - Mrs. William (Pauline) V., 71, Mead, died Sunday. Survivors: husband, daughters, Mrs. Vern (Marion) Brokaw, Everett, Wash., Mrs. Robert (Viola) Scoles, Mead; brother, Edward Walin, Lincoln; sisters, Mrs. Esther Nelson, Ceresco, Mrs.ry (Norma) Heiser, Lincoln, Mrs. Althea Heiser, Fairview, Mont.; six grandchildren; great grandchild.
Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Alma Lutheran Church, Mead. The Rev. Keith M. McKay. Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo. Prayer Service - 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Ericson's-Hult Funeral Home, Wahoo.

THE LINCOLN STAR - FEBRUARY 12, 1975

WIDMAN - Mrs. William (Pauline) V., 71, Mead, died Sunday.
Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Alma Lutheran Church, Mead. Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo. Ericson's-Hult Funeral Home, Wahoo. 
Walin, Pauline Viola (I261)
 
375
LINCOLN STATE JOURNAL - JULY 8, 1923

WEDDINGS AND ANNOUCEMENTS

A pretty home wedding took place Tuesday evening in Ceresco at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Pearson when their daughter Miss Euphemia Pearson became the bride of Harry H. Harding of Kansas City, Mo. Garden flowers and ferns were used in theecorations, and more than forty guests were present for the ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Mr. Guleen. Miss Olive Pearson, sister of the bride, played the Lohengrin wedding march and Miss Agnes Backstrum sang "O Promise Me" and "Love''s Coronation." Little Lois Wadlow who was flower girl, wore a dainty dress of lavendar organdy and carried a white basket of pink roses, tied with lavender tulle. The bride wore a gown of sand colored with hat and wrap to match, and a corsage of pink roses. A three course dinner follwed the marriage. Rev. Mr. Guleen presided as toastmaster, and the program included a toast by Dr. S. G. Zemer of Lincoln, two readings by Miss Roaslie Pearson, and a vocal solo by Miss Mabel Bern. Miss Myrtle Olson had charge of the gift room. Following the dinner the bride and groom left for Kansas City, Mo., where they will make their home. Mrs. Harding is a graduate nurse from the Lincoln Sanitarium, and is a member of the nurses alumni association. Out of town guests who attended the wedding were Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Zemer, and Misses Elsie Hoppe, Madge Morrison and Myrtle Olson from Lincoln, and Miss Mabel Bern from Wahoo. 
Family: Harry Howard Harding / Euphemia Juliana Pearson (F394)
 
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LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR - DECEMBER 12, 1937

OBITUARY

EUPHEMIA JULIANA HARDING

Euphemia Juliana Harding (nee Pearson) was born in Swedeburg, Neb., on Jan. 9, 1898. She was reared in that community, having recieved her early Christian training in the Sunday school and confirmation shcool in this church. She attended scl in district No. 100, after which she continued in the Ceresco high school and Luther Academy. in 1916 she entered Lincoln sanitarium to take up nurses' training. She was graduated in 1919, after which she worked in the office of Dr. S. G. Zemeer in Lincoln. On July 3, 1923, she was married to Harry H. Harding. Her last place of residence was Columbus, O. Mrs. Harding had been in poor health since 1932. For the past few years her condition had improved and recent letters indicated that she was quite well, being able to care for her home. On Dec. 3 she was suddenly stricken with a heart attack and removed to the hospital where she died two days later. She was 39 years of age at the time of her death.
Mrs. Harding is survived by her husband, Harry H. Harding; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olof Pearson of Wahoo; four sisters, Mrs. Oscar Strand of Monmouth, Ill.; Mrs. C. Bertram Swanson of Elgin, Ill.; Mrs. Victor Soder of Ceresco, Miss Roselinearson of Lincoln, and a brother, Hilding Pearson of Ord, Neb.
Funeral services were held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Victor Soder farm near Ceresco and also at the Swedeburg Lutheran church at 2:30. Burial is in the Lutheran cemetery. Wadlow's in charge of arrangements. 
Pearson, Euphemia Juliana (I1187)
 
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LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR - MARCH 12, 1941

MISS BELL TO WED IN JULY

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Richards announce the engagement of their daughter, Lexy Lou Bell, to Douglas Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilding Pearson of Ord.
Miss Bell, senior at the University of Nebraska, is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority and Sigma Iota honorary. She is the granddaughter of the Rev. H. C. Harrett.
Mr. Pearson, also attending NU, is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha honorary and Sinfonia.
The couple is planning a July 9 wedding at First Methodist Church.

LINCOLN EVENING JOURNAL AND NEBRASKA STATE JOURNAL - JULY 10, 1961

MISS BELL IS WED

Miss Lexy Lou Bell and Douglas W. Pearson asked the Rev. H. C. Barrett, grandfather of the bride to assist at their 4 p.m. Sunday wedding in the First Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Messrs. and Mmes. Ross F (Dick) Richards and Hing Pearson of Ord.
The bride chose a floorlength gown of white satin for her wedding. The bodice featured a bateau neckline os scalloped lace.
Mrs. James Gibb of Lexington, Ky., was matron of honor and Miss Marlene Barrett of Omaha was maid of honor. Miss Kathy Gibb of Lexington, Ky., was junior bridesmaid. Bridesmaids were the Misses Tomilee Hughes of Norfolk, Sharon Dietrich of Wir, Nancie Booth of Walton, Nancy Watton, Ann Bloomquist and Arlene Cook.
Serving as best man was Bruce Pearson of Ord. In the corps of ushers were Jim Barrett, Don Richards and Bob Ruester, all of Omaha, Dean Sich of Ord, Charles Garner of Cozad, Joel Lundak and Gordon Strong.
The coule planned a wedding trip to Florida and New York City. After Sept. 1 they will live at Shelby. 
Family: Douglas Pearson / Alexandra "Lexy" Lou Bell (F414)
 
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LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR - MAY 28, 1967

MISS PEARSON TO BE HONORED
A reception at Sheridan School will honor Miss Rosaline Pearson, who is retiring after 33 years as a Lincoln teacher. She has taught at Sheridan 25 years.
The reception will be from 2 to 4 p.m. next Sunday and friends may attend without invitation. 
Pearson, Rosaline Constantina (I1190)
 
379 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: Stanley Loren Rudeen / Living (F300)
 
380
LINCON STAR -OCTOBER 22, 1980

DEATHS

BRODD - Pearl O., 78, 601 N 67th St., died Saturday. Homemaker. Former employee gas company, Lincoln. Born, Ceresco. Member, First Lutheran Church, Young at Heart Club, Elliot Club, Pilot Lights Club. Past matron Ceresco Chapter 198 OES. Survrs: husband, Richard O.; sons, Gerald R., Lincoln, Ronald, White Rock, N.M.; daughters, Donna R., Richmond, Va., Nancy L. Maxson, Lincoln; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
Services: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. Visitation, 10 a.m. - 9p.m.,Monday; 8-11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N 27th St.; one hour before services, church. Memorials to church or Tabitha Home.

LINCON STAR -OCTOBER 23, 1980

DEATHS

BRODD - Pearl O., 78, 601 N 67th St., died Saturday. Additional survivors: sons, daughters-in-law, Gerald R., and Helen, Lincoln, Ronald and Ann, White Rock, N.M.; daughter, son-in-law., Nancy L. and Lyle K. Maxson, Lincoln.
Services: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. The Rev. LaVern Grosc, Lincoln Memorial Park. Pallbearers: Tracy, Larry, Elton Brodd, Bryan Maxson, Dayle, Richard Johnson. Visitation 8-11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Metcalf Funeralme, 245 N 27th St.; one hour before services, church. Memorials to church or Tabitha Home. 
Johnson, Pearl Olive (I0160)
 
381
LINCON STAR -OCTOBER 22, 1980

DEATHS

BRODD - Pearl O., 78, 601 N 67th St., died Saturday. Homemaker. Former employee gas company, Lincoln. Born, Ceresco. Member, First Lutheran Church, Young at Heart Club, Elliot Club, Pilot Lights Club. Past matron Ceresco Chapter 198 OES. Survrs: husband, Richard O.; sons, Gerald R., Lincoln, Ronald, White Rock, N.M.; daughters, Donna R., Richmond, Va., Nancy L. Maxson, Lincoln; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
Services: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. Visitation, 10 a.m. - 9p.m.,Monday; 8-11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N 27th St.; one hour before services, church. Memorials to church or Tabitha Home.

LINCON STAR -OCTOBER 23, 1980

DEATHS

BRODD - Pearl O., 78, 601 N 67th St., died Saturday. Additional survivors: sons, daughters-in-law, Gerald R., and Helen, Lincoln, Ronald and Ann, White Rock, N.M.; daughter, son-in-law., Nancy L. and Lyle K. Maxson, Lincoln.
Services: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. The Rev. LaVern Grosc, Lincoln Memorial Park. Pallbearers: Tracy, Larry, Elton Brodd, Bryan Maxson, Dayle, Richard Johnson. Visitation 8-11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Metcalf Funeralme, 245 N 27th St.; one hour before services, church. Memorials to church or Tabitha Home. 
Johnson, Pearl Olive (I361)
 
382
Linus was born on his grandfather's farm, where his parents were living at the time. When he was about one year old, the family moved from the farm to a small house in Swedeburg, where they lived for a couple of years. The family moved back to the farm after Augustinus inherited it in 1912. Linus went to a one room elementary school near the farm for grades 1 through 8, and next attended grades 9 and 10 in Swedeburg. To finish high school, he then went to Luther Academy in Wahoo for two years. Linus spent his non-school time doing farm work. Mildred was born on her parents' farm. She went to a two room elementary school in Swedeburg for 10 years. She went on to attend the high school in Wahoo for the next two years, and graduated from that school. During her two years at the high school, she boarded with families in Wahoo from Monday through Friday and returned to her folks' farm near Swedeburg for weekends. To pay her board the first year in Wahoo, MMildred baby-sat and ironed for her host family. In addition, her parents provided that family with butter, eggs, and cream. During her last year in high school, Mildred's parents paid her board with that year's host family. After she graduated, she moved back to her parent's farm. She spent most of the winters for the next nine years working as a domestic for families in Omaha. The rest of the time, she helped with the chores on her parents' farm.
Linus and Mildred knew each other since childhood, as their family farms were only about three miles apart. They went together for seven years before they were married.
Linus was a farmer for his entire working life; Mildred was a housewife. Beginning a couple of years before their marriage, Linus farmed on some land he rented and raised livestock. After they were married, they moved to a farmhouse one mil west of Linus' parents' farm. Around this time, Linus began to farm his parents' land. In the fall of 1936, Linus' parents moved from the family farm to Ceresco; Linus and Mildred moved to the family farm where they lived for more than forty years.
Linus' father Augustinus had inherited the family farm debt free in 1912. Augustinus did not actively farm after 1912 and mortgaged the land over the years. After Linus began to manage the family farm in 1936, Augustinus was able to reducee mortgage substantially, using the income generated from the harvests. Corn and soybeans were the main crops grown, and occasionally milo and winter wheat. The farm was almost paid off when Augustinus and Hermanda died in the late 1940s. Durinng the next 20 years or so, Linus gradually bought out the equity of his brothers and sisters. At various time, Linus also had livestock, buying and raising calves until they were ready for slaughter. Linus and Mildred added to the home farm's 200 acres by buying an additional 40 acres in the 1960s. Their three children attended elementary school at a one room schoolhouse, which was a short walk from the family farm. At one time, the school teacher boarded at the farm.
Shortly after he took over management of the farm, Linus became concerned about the amount of soil in the fields that was regularly washed away. To reverse this loss, he tried contour farming. Although helpful, this technique did not ret with the full soil conservation he desired. His pursuit of effective conservation continued and he attended a demonstration on terracing, a new concept in farming. At this demonstration, he saw that terracing protected contour farming by coconserving soil and moisture. He began to construct terraces on the farm in 1945. He found that terracing along with contour farming kept the silt from washing away. He proceeded to protect all the fields with terraces and waterways, and farmemed on contours parallel to the terraces. In recognition of his pioneer efforts in terrace farming, the Saunders County Soil and Conservation District gave the family the Conservation Farm Family award in 1964. The Omaha Herald also recognized Linus' conservation efforts.
In the fall of 1941, Linus purchased a modern corn picker. He wasn't sure if he could really afford this purchase. His father-in-law and brother-in-law, C. O. and Norm Pearson, who jointly farmed nearby, agreed to buy a share of the corn pir. World War II began a couple of months later and the manufacturing of all farm equipment was suspended. The acquisition of the picker prove to be a wise investment and the envy of the neighboring farmers.
Except for the years Linus' brother Joe spent in the Army in World War II, Joe lived on the farm until he was married. Their brother Loyd also lived on the farm except for the time he spent in the Navy during and shortly after the War. Mild prepared meals, washed clothes, and kept house for the entire family. Linus and Loyd farmed jointly and usually worked around 700 acres - the home farm plus land they rented. After Joe was married, he and his family lived on their Uncle Herman's farm just west of the home farm and the brothers often farmed together.
Early in his farming career, Linus saw the economic advantages of farmers working cooperatively, and became active in the Ceresco Farmers Co-op. In the early stages, the Co-op purchased large quantities of fuel for its members at a rate lessan what the farmers would pay individually. Linus later joined the Wahoo Co-op and the Saunders County Co-op. He was active in all three Co-ops simultaneously. It was said that Linus did not talk very much at meetings, but his input was always worth listening to. He served on the Board of all three Co-ops and for several years was the chairman of the Wahoo Co-op. Under his leadership, the Wahoo Co-op expanded significantly. In addition to fuel, the Co-ops purchased fertilizer, seed, and other farm supplies and equipment.
When the children were growing up, family activities usually involved visiting relatives. Often on Sundays, they drove to Omaha to visit Linus' sister Nellie Ann and her family. At Easter, they would drive to Oklahoma and stay with Linus'ter Bernice and her family. During the 1950s, the family spent several summer vacations at a lake in Minnesota.
As with most farms during the 1930s, a series of droughts took their toll and there were several lean years. The crops were generally very good in the 1940s. During some bad farming years in the 1950s, Linus worked in construction in Lincolnd Mildred worked for a short time at a hospital in Wahoo. Weather in the 1960s was mixed and there was a crop failure in 1970. Around that time when Linus thought about retirement, he was concerned on how they would make it financially, as the farm was still mortgaged. He felt that he might have to find some part time work after he retired from farming. As things turned out, the early 1970s brought a few years of excellent weather and high crop prices. Linus was able to retire in 1974, with the farm completely paid for. He even bought a new car. Linus and Mildred lived at the farm for four more years. Shortly after Linus retired, Loyd married and moved to Wahoo. Linus kept up a large vegetable garden as a retiremenment project. Linus and Mildred sold the farm house with 10 acres of land in 1978, and bought and moved into a house in Ceresco. They kept the farmland, which Loyd farmed until he retired. Then Mildred's nephew Kent took over farming the land. Mildred continued to live in the Ceresco house after Linus died in 1982, and moved to a rest home in Wahoo where she has lived since 1996.
Beginning in the early 1970s, Linus and Mildred spent the Christmas seasons in California with their children, Jack and Ann, and their families. Lee would usually join them there. Most of the time, Linus and Mildred drove on these trips.y usually went through Arizona where they visited Linus' sister Nellie Ann, and stopped in Oklahoma to visit another sister Bernice and her family. They liked to travel and do different things when they came to California. They enjoyed site seeing and going out to restaurants. For several years, Linus, Jack, and Randy went deep sea fishing during the annual visits. After Linus died, Mildred continued to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas in California for several more years.
Linus and Mildred were both quiet and reserved people. They had mild temperaments and did not complain about things. They were both sociable and liked to talk to relatives, friends, people they had just met or even to strangers. They werery devoted to their family. Like his father, Linus read a lot and could discuss a variety of subjects. He read books, magazines, and newspapers, and also liked to do crossword puzzles. He enjoyed watching baseball games on television. Mildred was an excellent cook and dedicated farm wife. She liked to crochet. At one time, she was an officer in the Saunders County Good Neighbors Extension Club. They were both active members of Grace Lutheran Church, a church that Linus' grandfather co-founded. Linus served as church deacon and for many years was the treasurer of the Church's cemetery. Mildred was active in the church's women's group, serving in various officer posts, including president and secretary.

LINCOLN STAR - SEPTEMBER 30, 1982

ERICKSON - Linus J, 73, Ceresco, died Tuesday in Lincoln. Retired farmer. Born Swedeburg. Member, Grace Lutheran Church, rural Wahoo. Board member, Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery. Survivors: wife, Mildred; sons, Jack, Rodego Bay, Calif., Lee,n Minn.; daughter, Mrs. Randy (Ann) McGregor, Walnut Creek, Calif.; brothers, Joseph, Ceresco, Lloyd, Wahoo; sisters, Hilda Erdahl, Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. John (Bernice) Mostrom, Bartlesville, Okla., Nellie Ann Erickson, Prescott, Ariz.; two grandchildren.
Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Grace Lutheran Church, rural Wahoo. The Rev. Richard Woolard. Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery, Swedeburg. Memorials to the church or American Cancer Fund. NELSON FUNERAL HOME, Ceresco.

LINCOLN STAR - OCTOBER 1, 1982

ERICKSON - Linus J, 73, Ceresco, died Tuesday in Lincoln.
Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Grace Lutheran Church, rural Wahoo. Pallbearers: Lawrence Lindquist, Leland, Loren, Russell Swanson, Vernon Olson, Lyle Wedberg. Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery, Swedeburg. Memorials to the church or American Cancer Fund.LSON FUNERAL HOME, Ceresco. 
Erickson, Linus Johannes (I023)
 
383 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7074)
 
384
LOUDOUN EASTERNER NEWSPAPER

OBITUARIES

KEITH ELWOOD BRODD

Keith Elwood Brodd, formerly of Sterling and a past Master of the Sterling Masonic Lodge, died Sept. 23 at his home in Tappahannock, Va.

He was born July 19, 1932 in Swedeburg, Nebraska. Retired from the District of Columbia Highway Department, Bridge Division, he relocated in 1991 to Tappahannock, where he volunteered for the Laborers for Christ, Habitat For Humanity, and Hospicce Society of Tappahanock and the Northern Neck. He had been building coordinator at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Herndon and Head Elder at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Calleo, Va. He was the past master of the Sterling Masonic Lodge as well as a member of the Eastern Star Chaper of Herndon.

Survivors include his wife, Maud Gates Brodd of Tappahannock; his children, Sharon Brodd Keating of Chambersburg, Pa. and Keith Wayne Brodd of Sterling; six grandchildren, William, Daniel, and Christopher Keating and Jon-Paul, Nicholas, and Joshua Brodd of Sterling, VA; and two brothers, Elton W. Brodd of Lincoln, Neb. and C. Ferde Brodd of Lake Los Angeles.

Memorial donations may be made to Habitat for Humanity, PO Box 369, Americus, Ga. 31709 or Hospice Society, Riverside/Tappahannock, Medical Arts Bldg A, Suite 201, 618 Hospital Road, Tappahannock, Va. 22560.

RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH - SEPTEMBER 25, 2002

Brodd -- Keith Elwood

Keith Elwood, 70, a retired District of Columbia Government Bridge Division assistant engineer, husband of Maud Gates Brodd.

RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH - September 25, 2002

BRODD: Keith Elwood Brodd

Keith Elwood Brodd, 70, of Tappahannock, died Monday, September 23, 2002 at his residence. He was a retired assistant engineer for the District of Columbia Government Bridge Division. Mr. Brodd was Past Master of Sterling Masonic Lodge; Past Patron of Herndon Eastern Star Chapter; a Laborer for Christ, 1991 to 1999; member of Habitat for Humanity, 1996 to present; member of Riverside-Tappahannock Hospice and Northern Neck Hospice, 2000 to present; member, head elder and active in the construction of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. He is survived by his wife, Maud G. Brodd; two children, Sharon Brodd Keating of Chambersburg, Pa. and Keith Wayne Brodd of Sterling; two brothers, Elton Brodd of Lincoln, Neb. and Ferde Brodd of Lake Los Angeles, Calif.; six grandchildren, William, Daniel and Christopher Keating, Jon-Paul, Nicholas and Joshua Brodd. A memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Friday, September 27 in Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, two miles west of Callao on Route 202, with Pastor Michael E. Ramming officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 576, Callao, Va. 22435; Riverside-Tappahannock Hospice, Medical Arts Building A, Suite 201, 618 Hospital Road, Tappahannock, Va. 22560 or Habitat for Humanity RV, CARE-A-VANNERS, P.O. Box 369, Americus, Ga. 31709. 
Brodd, Keith Elwood (I0157)
 
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LOUDOUN EASTERNER NEWSPAPER

OBITUARIES

KEITH ELWOOD BRODD

Keith Elwood Brodd, formerly of Sterling and a past Master of the Sterling Masonic Lodge, died Sept. 23 at his home in Tappahannock, Va.

He was born July 19, 1932 in Swedeburg, Nebraska. Retired from the District of Columbia Highway Department, Bridge Division, he relocated in 1991 to Tappahannock, where he volunteered for the Laborers for Christ, Habitat For Humanity, and Hospicce Society of Tappahanock and the Northern Neck. He had been building coordinator at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Herndon and Head Elder at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Calleo, Va. He was the past master of the Sterling Masonic Lodge as well as a member of the Eastern Star Chaper of Herndon.

Survivors include his wife, Maud Gates Brodd of Tappahannock; his children, Sharon Brodd Keating of Chambersburg, Pa. and Keith Wayne Brodd of Sterling; six grandchildren, William, Daniel, and Christopher Keating and Jon-Paul, Nicholas, and Joshua Brodd of Sterling, VA; and two brothers, Elton W. Brodd of Lincoln, Neb. and C. Ferde Brodd of Lake Los Angeles.

Memorial donations may be made to Habitat for Humanity, PO Box 369, Americus, Ga. 31709 or Hospice Society, Riverside/Tappahannock, Medical Arts Bldg A, Suite 201, 618 Hospital Road, Tappahannock, Va. 22560.
RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH - SEPTEMBER 25, 2002

Brodd -- Keith Elwood

Keith Elwood, 70, a retired District of Columbia Government Bridge Division assistant engineer, husband of Maud Gates Brodd.

RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH - September 25, 2002

BRODD: Keith Elwood Brodd

Keith Elwood Brodd, 70, of Tappahannock, died Monday, September 23, 2002 at his residence. He was a retired assistant engineer for the District of Columbia Government Bridge Division. Mr. Brodd was Past Master of Sterling Masonic Lodge; Past Patron of Herndon Eastern Star Chapter; a Laborer for Christ, 1991 to 1999; member of Habitat for Humanity, 1996 to present; member of Riverside-Tappahannock Hospice and Northern Neck Hospice, 2000 to present; member, head elder and active in the construction of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. He is survived by his wife, Maud G. Brodd; two children, Sharon Brodd Keating of Chambersburg, Pa. and Keith Wayne Brodd of Sterling; two brothers, Elton Brodd of Lincoln, Neb. and Ferde Brodd of Lake Los Angeles, Calif.; six grandchildren, William, Daniel and Christopher Keating, Jon-Paul, Nicholas and Joshua Brodd. A memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Friday, September 27 in Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, two miles west of Callao on Route 202, with Pastor Michael E. Ramming officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 576, Callao, Va. 22435; Riverside-Tappahannock Hospice, Medical Arts Building A, Suite 201, 618 Hospital Road, Tappahannock, Va. 22560 or Habitat for Humanity RV, CARE-A-VANNERS, P.O. Box 369, Americus, Ga. 31709 
Brodd, Keith Elwood (I359)
 
386
Louis Alphonso was killed in a drowning accident in boot camp during World
War I. 
Carlson, Louis Alphonso (I91)
 
387
LTF and DN agree on date; place according to DN 
Black, Elinor Jane (I1158)
 
388
Mamie and Roy were married in the Martinson home where Mamie grew up. 
Family: Roy Gottfred Anderson / Mamie Marie Martinson (F2107)
 
389
Margaret and her husband are buried in Greenwood Presbyterian Cemetery (where her father was buried previously). They are in Row 3, lots #27 and 28. Beside them is Guilford Bowley, Phineas' brother, who died at the age of 26. 
Campbell, Margaret (I5863)
 
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Margaret was the organist for many years at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Ceresco, Saunders County, Nebraska.

WAHOO NEWSPAPER - JULY 2, 1998

MARGARET PALM

Margaret Jane (Anderson) Palm, 74, of Ceresco, died June 28, at the Tabitha Hospice unit in Lincoln.
She was born November 23, 1923 on a farm northwest of Ceresco to Theodore and Edna (Walin) Anderson.
She was married Aug. 14, 1942 to Leonard N. Palm at Trinity Lutheran Church in Omaha. To this union three daughters and one son were bor
She retired after 44 years as an organist of Immanuel Lutheran Church of Ceresco, where she was a lifelong member. She was also a member of the American Legion Post # Auxiliary of Ceresco and lifetime member of VFW No. 4502 of Wahoo.
She was the accompanist for many local music organizations, an active member of all parent organizations of Ceresco public schools and an avid sports fan.
Survivors include her husband, Leonard Palm of Ceresco; daughters and sons-in-law, Lennice and Roger Dahl of Davey, Kathryn and Ron Tucker of Milford, and Joanne Palm of Lincoln; son and daughter-in-law, Jon and Roxanne Palm of Lincoln; granildren and spouses, Lisa and Bert Qualsett of Fremont, John Tucker of Milford, and Michael, Matthew and Jacob Palm of Lincoln; sister, Bettie Larson; sister-in-law, Agnes (Bettendorf) Anderson of Iowa, Wilma Docekal of Omaha; and Lenore Saxton of Florida; great grandchildren, Jenna Qualsett and Mitchell Tucker; aunt, Norma Heiser of Wahoo; nieces, nephews; and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Theodore and Edna Anderson; brother, Milton Anderson, and sister, Mildred Anderson.
A memorial service will be held Friday, July 3, at 11 a.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Ceresco.
Memorials in lieu of flowers may be sent to the Immanuel Lutheran Church or Tabitha Hospice, 4720 Randolph, Lincoln, NE 68510.
Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, Lincoln, in charge of arrangements. 
Anderson, Margaret Jane (I0024)
 
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Margaret was the organist for many years at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Ceresco, Saunders County, Nebraska.

WAHOO NEWSPAPER - JULY 2, 1998

MARGARET PALM

Margaret Jane (Anderson) Palm, 74, of Ceresco, died June 28, at the Tabitha Hospice unit in Lincoln.
She was born November 23, 1923 on a farm northwest of Ceresco to Theodore and Edna (Walin) Anderson.
She was married Aug. 14, 1942 to Leonard N. Palm at Trinity Lutheran Church in Omaha. To this union three daughters and one son were bor
She retired after 44 years as an organist of Immanuel Lutheran Church of Ceresco, where she was a lifelong member. She was also a member of the American Legion Post # Auxiliary of Ceresco and lifetime member of VFW No. 4502 of Wahoo.
She was the accompanist for many local music organizations, an active member of all parent organizations of Ceresco public schools and an avid sports fan.
Survivors include her husband, Leonard Palm of Ceresco; daughters and sons-in-law, Lennice and Roger Dahl of Davey, Kathryn and Ron Tucker of Milford, and Joanne Palm of Lincoln; son and daughter-in-law, Jon and Roxanne Palm of Lincoln; granildren and spouses, Lisa and Bert Qualsett of Fremont, John Tucker of Milford, and Michael, Matthew and Jacob Palm of Lincoln; sister, Bettie Larson; sister-in-law, Agnes (Bettendorf) Anderson of Iowa, Wilma Docekal of Omaha; and Lenore Saxton of Florida; great grandchildren, Jenna Qualsett and Mitchell Tucker; aunt, Norma Heiser of Wahoo; nieces, nephews; and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Theodore and Edna Anderson; brother, Milton Anderson, and sister, Mildred Anderson.
A memorial service will be held Friday, July 3, at 11 a.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Ceresco.
Memorials in lieu of flowers may be sent to the Immanuel Lutheran Church or Tabitha Hospice, 4720 Randolph, Lincoln, NE 68510.
Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, Lincoln, in charge of arrangements. 
Anderson, Margaret Jane (I293)
 
392
Marlin served in the Army during the Korean Conflict from December 6, 1951 until December 5, 1953.
He was stationed in the Marshall Islands Bikini Atoll. Marlin acted as a butcher, a baker and then the Ice Cream Maker before being sent state side and being Honorably discharged from Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Marlin's rank was Corporal in the Quarter Master Corps. During his military service, he was awarded the Good Conduct Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - JUNE 12, 2003

Olson --Marlin Dewey, 73, Wahoo, died Tuesday (6/10/03) in Lincoln. Born in Wahoo. Former farmer; part-time worker for Virgl Implement.
Survivors: wife, Phyllis; daughters, Crystal Annette Balthrop, Newman, Ga., Marlys Elaine Jones, Lincoln, Becky Jo Olson-Kellogg, Minneapolis; sisters, Jean Mortensen, Janet Sayers, both of Omaha; uncle, Dwain Benson, Wahoo; grandson, Grahammson Kellogg, Minneapolis.
Services: 10 a.m. Friday, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Burial: 9 a.m. Friday, Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Thursday, Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. Memorials: Handicap accessibility fund, at the church.

OMAHA WORLD HEARALD - JUNE 12, 2003

OLSON-Marlin D., age 73, Wahoo. Survived by wife, Phyllis; daughters, Crystal (Jerry) Balthrop, Newnan, GA, Marlys (Charles) Jones, Lincoln, Becky Jo Olson-Kellogg (James
Kellogg), Minneapolis, MN; grandson, Grahamm Olson Kellogg, Minneapolis, MN; sisters, Jean Mortensen, Janet (Richard) Sayers, all Omaha; brother-in-law, Martin (Marlene) Pearson, Ceresco; uncle, Dwain Benson, Wahoo; nieces; nephews; cousins; friends.
MEMORIAL SERVICE Fri. 10 am, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Burial Fri. 9 am, Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery, Military Honors by Fort Riley, KS Honor Guard. VISITATION Thurs. 2-8 pm, Funeral Home. Memorials to Handicap Accessibility Fund ate Church. View complete obituary and send condolences@www.prussnabity.com
PRUSS-NABITY Funeral Home
Wahoo, NE 402-443-3128

WAHOO NEWSPAPER, JUNE 19, 2003

Marlin Olson
WAHOO 
Olson, Marlin Dewey (I0193)
 
393
Marlin served in the Army during the Korean Conflict from December 6, 1951 until December 5, 1953.
He was stationed in the Marshall Islands Bikini Atoll. Marlin acted as a butcher, a baker and then the Ice Cream Maker before being sent state side and being Honorably discharged from Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Marlin's rank was Corporal in the Quarter Master Corps. During his military service, he was awarded the Good Conduct Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - JUNE 12, 2003

Olson --Marlin Dewey, 73, Wahoo, died Tuesday (6/10/03) in Lincoln. Born in Wahoo. Former farmer; part-time worker for Virgl Implement.
Survivors: wife, Phyllis; daughters, Crystal Annette Balthrop, Newman, Ga., Marlys Elaine Jones, Lincoln, Becky Jo Olson-Kellogg, Minneapolis; sisters, Jean Mortensen, Janet Sayers, both of Omaha; uncle, Dwain Benson, Wahoo; grandson, Grahammson Kellogg, Minneapolis.
Services: 10 a.m. Friday, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Burial: 9 a.m. Friday, Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation: 2-8 p.m. Thursday, Pruss-Nabity Funeral Home, Wahoo. Memorials: Handicap accessibility fund, at the church.

OMAHA WORLD HERALD - JUNE 12, 2003

OLSON-Marlin D., age 73, Wahoo. Survived by wife, Phyllis; daughters, Crystal (Jerry) Balthrop, Newnan, GA, Marlys (Charles) Jones, Lincoln, Becky Jo Olson-Kellogg (James
Kellogg), Minneapolis, MN; grandson, Grahamm Olson Kellogg, Minneapolis, MN; sisters, Jean Mortensen, Janet (Richard) Sayers, all Omaha; brother-in-law, Martin (Marlene) Pearson, Ceresco; uncle, Dwain Benson, Wahoo; nieces; nephews; cousins; friends.
MEMORIAL SERVICE Fri. 10 am, Grace Lutheran Church, Swedeburg. Burial Fri. 9 am, Swedeburg Lutheran Cemetery, Military Honors by Fort Riley, KS Honor Guard. VISITATION Thurs. 2-8 pm, Funeral Home. Memorials to Handicap Accessibility Fund ahe Church. View complete obituary and send condolences@www.prussnabity.com
PRUSS-NABITY Funeral Home
Wahoo, NE 402-443-3128

WAHOO NEWSPAPER, JUNE 19, 2003

Marlin Olson
WAHOO 
Olson, Marlin Dewey (I076)
 
394
Mary's parents were from Wittenberg, Germany. 
Guisenhoof, Mary (I833)
 
395
Master builder and operator of the Helleveds mill in Norra Sandsjö parish,
then the millcroft in Onnarpcountry-seat, Norra Sandsj√∂. 
Hultman, Jonas (I46)
 
396
Maxine Nordstrom says Charles was born Sept. 7, 1895. 
Martinson, Charles Edward (I6899)
 
397
Maxine Nordstrom's family tree says William was born Dec. 26, 1893. He was Ne PVT163 Depot Brig WWI. His gravestone says Dec 28.
In 1930 census
FAG 
Martinson, William Wilbert (I6898)
 
398
May have been a twin to Salathiel. 
Timmons, Sallie (I815)
 
399 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3853)
 
400
Middle initial "L" per 1942 photo caption 
Frasier, Ella L. (I1119)
 

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