Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear.
John Micheal Dunn died February 19, 2016. Born June 21, 1949 to Joseph and Helen Burrell Dunn in Arnold, NE.
Lewis D. Morris , 85, of Lincoln, passed away February 13, 2016. Born November 6, 1930 in Lincoln to Ernest and May (Beeman) Morris. Past Concessionary Business Owner. Honorably Discharged as Sargent with the United States Marine Corps. He was engaged in the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir, where one of few to survive.
Richard L. Brucker, 83, of Lincoln, died January 27, 2016 in Lincoln. Born November 20, 1932 in Oketo, KS. Worked for over 30 years in shipping and receiving at Mid America Web Press.
Glen L. Sanley, 76, of Lincoln, died December 30, 2015 in Lincoln. He was born in David City, NE to Lewis and Irene (Janak) Sanley.
Connie S. Wright 64, of Lincoln, passed away November 21, 2015. Born July 14, 1951 in Lincoln, NE to Jack and Gladys (Burdick) Lear. She graduated from Waverly High School (1969). She received her BA in Business Accounting. She was active in the Daughters of Union Veterans and Red Hat Society. Connie loved spending time with her children and supported them in all their endeavors. She also loved her dogs, LittleBo, Scooter and Lucy and also doing crafts.
Barry W. Tichenor, 52, passed away suddenly on November 10, 2015 in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was born September 12, 1963 in Kansas City, Kansas, to Robert and Charlotte (Grinter) Tichenor. He graduated from Millard South High School in Omaha, Nebraska. Survived by his significant other, Sherri Gran Blankenhorrn, Lincoln; children, Kaylee Tichenor and Ross Tichenor, Mesa, AZ; Kristina Armstrong, Arlington, TX; sister, Loretta (Tichenor) Pinkard (Ken), Omaha; NE; nieces, nephews, and many friends. Barry was preceded in death by his parents, and one brother, Carl Tichenor.
Sally Rhea Noyes, 79, Lincoln, passed away peacefully at home Thursday (10/29/15) under the loving care of her daughter, Carrie. She was born 2/20/36 in Crete, NE to Morris and Alice (Bates) Rhea.
Dawn R. Johnson, 49, of Lincoln, died October 13, 2015 at Lincoln. She was born June 22, 1966 at Tecumseh, NE to Robert and Mary (Gould) Johnson.
Survived by husband, Jeff; son, Adam Johnson, Lincoln; daughter, Zoe Johnson, Lincoln; son, Zach Johnson, Quincy, IL; 3 sisters; several nieces and nephews.
Preceded in death by parents and grandparents.
James B. Scott, 85, of Lincoln, died October 1, 2015 in Lincoln. He was born September 27, 1930 in Lincoln, to Preston and Mary (Bryson) Scott. Retired from Goodyear after 38 years. U.S. Navy Veteran. Attended Lincoln Northeast where he was a big Rockets booster, enjoyed local garage sales and gun shows.
Survived by wife of 61 years, Mary (Obermire), Lincoln; children, Gregory (Kay Kafka) Scott, Omaha; Theresa Wilksen, Ripon, CA; Kelly Scott, Omaha; Wendy (Ed) Peace, Navarre, FL; Michelle “Missie” (John) Prichard, Orlando, FL; Leonard “Lenny” (Veronica) Scott, Chattanooga, TN; grandchildren, K.C., Logan, Kyle, Sam, David, Anna, Marissa, Kyra.
Preceded in death by parents, daughter Roberta, 3 sisters, 4 brothers and a sister in infancy.
Carol Jean Lombard, 61, of Lincoln Ne, passed away peacefully with her daughter by her side, Monday September 7, 2015 shortly after being diagnosed with an aggressive and rare type of cancer. Carol was born September 20th 1953 in Sioux City Iowa to Paul and Della Mae Lombard. Carol attended and graduated from Ashland high school in 1971. Immediately after graduation Carol headed to Columbus Ne where she attended Platte College School of Nursing where she graduated as a Licensed Practical Nurse in 1973.
Fresh out of nursing school, Carol started her career at Lincoln General Hospital (Now Bryan Memorial West) working in Orthopedics. She left after a couple years to practice nursing in New Orleans, Louisiana. She returned to Nebraska and Bryan Memorial a few years later, where she quickly found her calling in Mental Health. She was a valued nurse on the Adult Mental Health unit for over 30 years. Some of the comments her peers have made to her supervisor over the years include; “Carol is always helpful to me. She is always checking to see if I need any help”,“ If my patients need something, she just does it and tells me later”, “Carol is the nurse I want to take care of my mother, if she is ever in the hospital”, “Carol is a great resource person, she always has the answers to my questions”. She has been a mentor to many new nurses, and is known as an all around kick ass lady. Carol is one of the first Mental Health Nurses to be the recipient of the prestigious DAISY award. Patients often had positive things to share about the care they received from her. She showed great patience, took her time with them, she listened to them, and she talked to them like they were individuals and not just another patient. Carol demonstrated each shift and every shift kindness, selflessness, comforting, compassionate, nurturing, patient advocate, teamwork, and commitment.
Carol enjoyed a few free spirited years in New Orleans before settling down in Lincoln where she singlehandedly raised her only child, Amanda. She may have only had one child, but she was a mom to many. She often kept her cupboards stocked with favorite foods of friends who frequently visited, and always welcomed others into her home. If the weather was nice her weekends off usually consisted of camping trips with Amanda and friends. She was a Girl Scout co-leader for many years, and was active in many of Amanda’s activities throughout school. When grandchildren came into the picture, she spent many days off watching her granddaughters, where she kept them busy with crafts, baking and outings; she was proud of her family and always had pictures to show off. Carol was a highly skilled cake decorator; she has made several unique birthday cakes, and gorgeous wedding and anniversary cakes. Carol had many hobbies and talents including sewing, photography, and painting. With the support of Tabitha hospice, Carol was the main caretaker for both her father and her mother so they could remain in their home when they became terminally ill. In 2011 Carol was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer which she fought hard and beat. She went through chemo, radiation and a couple major surgeries all while working full time, missing a few days here and there, with only long periods of time off after surgery. Carol unknowingly worked her last shift 19 days before her death. During her first battle with Cancer she joined a lifespring support group and formed lifelong friendships with others going through the same battles, Carol is the second one in this small group of brave ladies to lose her battle to Cancer. Carol also became a highly active supporter of the American Cancer Society’s relay for life, raising money and participating in annual relay events.
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