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Bellevue Memorial Funeral Chapel

22nd & Hancock
Bellevue, NE 68005
(402) 291-5000
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Bellevue Mortuary Chapel

2202 Hancock Street
Bellevue, NE 68005
(402) 291-1800
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Heafey Heafey Hoffmann Dworak and Cutler

2202 Hancock Street
Bellevue, NE 68005
(402) 291-5000
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John A Gentleman Mortuaries and Crematory

3512 Samson Way
Bellevue, NE 68123
(402) 293-0999
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St John's Cemetery

7506 South 36th Street
Bellevue, NE 68147
(402) 733-4522
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Bellevue NE Obituaries and Death Notices

Althea S. Burns Obituary - WKBN.com

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Tuesday morning, March 28, 2017 in UPMC Horizon Greenville. She was born in New Castle, Pennsylvania on June 22, 1926 to Charles E. and Edith (Roberts) Stritmater. Connie was a 1944 graduate of Bellevue (Pennsylvania) High School and during the 1940’s she was employed at Allis Chalmers in Pittsburgh. Connie was a member of Hillside Presbyterian Church, Greenville, where she served on the Board of Deacons, was named Hillside Member of The Year and had sang in the choir for more than 60 years.Connie was a past volunteer at the Good Shepherd Center, UPMC Horizon Greenville Hospitality Shop and the Greenville Public Library. She was an avid reader, card player and game player. Faith and family were the focus of her life. Connie will be remembered for her kind, generous and optimistic approach to all things. On September 20, 1946 she married Donald A. Woods, he passed away on November 20, 1977. She then married William C. Burns on July 3, 1982 and he passed away on July 17, 2009. Survivors include, a daughter, Wendy Woods of York, Pennsylvania; a son, D. Scott Woods and his wife, Linda of Greenville; a stepdaughter, Amy Eakin and her husband, Bob of Palm Coast, Florida; two stepsons, David W. Burns and his wife, Kathy of Palm Coast, Florida and John W. Burns and his wife, Kathryn of Pickerin...

Seamstress, artist was gifted and generous - Ocala

Monday, March 06, 2017

Thursday.Dolores Alice Putz, best known as Lola, died Feb. 5, at the age of 97. She resided in Bellevue, Nebraska, and Ocala, with her son and his wife, Victor and Libby Turnipseed Putz.Lola Putz had roots in Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa. It was there she completed training in dressmaking and millinery theory at Mrs. Brownlee’s School of Dressmaking. That would open the door for the charitable work related to sewing she later accomplished in Ocala.Putz was born July 10, 1919, to Alice and Leandro Comerma. While in Johannesburg, she met American mining engineer Henry Putz. They married June 21, 1938. Their children, Victor and June, were born in South Africa.It was the Mau Mau uprising in South Africa in the early 1950s that motivated Henry Putz to move his family to Ocala in August of 1952. Lola and the children came to America on a steamship. Henry was known for his hydroelectric work and did phosphate prospecting in Ocala and Dunnellon.“After a brief adjustment to her new life, she decided to repay the Ocala community for their hospitality," Victor Putz said about his mother. "My mother used her considerable sewing talents to distribute clothes, and later food, to ...

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Althea S. Burns Obituary - WKBN.com

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Tuesday morning, March 28, 2017 in UPMC Horizon Greenville. She was born in New Castle, Pennsylvania on June 22, 1926 to Charles E. and Edith (Roberts) Stritmater. Connie was a 1944 graduate of Bellevue (Pennsylvania) High School and during the 1940’s she was employed at Allis Chalmers in Pittsburgh. Connie was a member of Hillside Presbyterian Church, Greenville, where she served on the Board of Deacons, was named Hillside Member of The Year and had sang in the choir for more than 60 years.Connie was a past volunteer at the Good Shepherd Center, UPMC Horizon Greenville Hospitality Shop and the Greenville Public Library. She was an avid reader, card player and game player. Faith and family were the focus of her life. Connie will be remembered for her kind, generous and optimistic approach to all things. On September 20, 1946 she married Donald A. Woods, he passed away on November 20, 1977. She then married William C. Burns on July 3, 1982 and he passed away on July 17, 2009. Survivors include, a daughter, Wendy Woods of York, Pennsylvania; a son, D. Scott Woods and his wife, Linda of Greenville; a stepdaughter, Amy Eakin and her husband, Bob of Palm Coast, Florida; two stepsons, David W. Burns and his wife, Kathy of Palm Coast, Florida and John W. Burns and his wife, Kathryn of Pickerin...

Seamstress, artist was gifted and generous - Ocala

Monday, March 06, 2017

Thursday.Dolores Alice Putz, best known as Lola, died Feb. 5, at the age of 97. She resided in Bellevue, Nebraska, and Ocala, with her son and his wife, Victor and Libby Turnipseed Putz.Lola Putz had roots in Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa. It was there she completed training in dressmaking and millinery theory at Mrs. Brownlee’s School of Dressmaking. That would open the door for the charitable work related to sewing she later accomplished in Ocala.Putz was born July 10, 1919, to Alice and Leandro Comerma. While in Johannesburg, she met American mining engineer Henry Putz. They married June 21, 1938. Their children, Victor and June, were born in South Africa.It was the Mau Mau uprising in South Africa in the early 1950s that motivated Henry Putz to move his family to Ocala in August of 1952. Lola and the children came to America on a steamship. Henry was known for his hydroelectric work and did phosphate prospecting in Ocala and Dunnellon.“After a brief adjustment to her new life, she decided to repay the Ocala community for their hospitality," Victor Putz said about his mother. "My mother used her considerable sewing talents to distribute clothes, and later food, to ...