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Kuncl Funeral Home

131 West 12th Street
Crete, NE 68333
(402) 826-5178
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Muff - Lincoln Journal Star

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Paul Joseph Muff, 70, of Martell, passed away March 22, 2017. Born to William A. & Margaret L. (Shavlik) Muff on Aug. 15, 1946, at Mrs. Mitchell's Maternity House in Crete. Paul enjoyed wood working, gardening, traveling & fishing. He grew up in a large family on the farm. He graduated from Crete High School, then went on to attend the University of Nebraska where he majored in Art & Architecture for two years before being asked to return to the farm. Paul was a builder & land developer his entire career. Paul was a devoted & loving husband, father & grandfather. He was a practical joker & a great story teller.Paul is survived by his wife; Laurel, sons; Paul (Melissa McCoy) Muff, Will (Stacey) Muff, Scott (Kristin) Muff, Charles B. (Shandi) Muff, grandchildren; Jacob, Tate, Scott, Jr., Paul A., siblings; Ben Muff of Gardner, Iowa, Berniece Murray of Crete, Bill (Judy) Muff of Lakewood, Colo., Ron (Kathy) Muff of Nora Springs, Iowa, Ken (Vicky) Muff of Martell, Loretta (Artie) Kubicek of Crete, Donna (Dwaine) Novak of Crete. He is preceded in death by his parents; William & Margaret Muff, sister; Florence McKay, brother;...

Charles Cooper - New Virginia - Osceola Sentinel Tribune

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Soon after high school, Chuck joined the United States Army and honorably served his country.On Oct. 23, 1971, Chuck married Cynthia Ann Felton Cooper at New Virginia. He began working in the concrete construction trade where he operated his own business for a time and also worked for SPECK USA until his retirement.Charles is survived by his children, Brian (Alyssa Halter) Cooper of New Virginia, Raquel “Rockie” (Bob) Lundy of Osceola, Tami (Donnie) Boutwell of Athens, Alabama, and Ricky (Jaque Harmon) Cooper of Indianola; grandchildren, Megan (Kyle Savage) Boutwell, Jaci Boutwell, Jessika (Manuel) Flores, Dilan Boutwell, Brandon (Rebecca) Lundy, Kelsi Lundy, Brooke Lundy, Jenna Lundy, Kaylee Cooper, Carson Cooper, Zoey Harmon, Annie Harmon and soon-to-be grandson Charlie Alan, due in August; eight great-grandchildren with another great-granddaughter due in May; brothers, Sonny (Mithes) Parker of Melcher, David (Fayetta) Cooper of Redfield, Bill (Rosie) Cooper of Melcher, Donnie (Jane) Cooper of Des Moines and Eddie Fleming; sisters, Jackie (Johnny) Vanderick of Williamson, Snooky (Mike) Mathes of Milo and Dianna Graham of Norwalk; sisters-in-law, Connie Felton of Indianola and Diana McDole of New Virginia; brother-in-law Merle Felton of New Virginia; mother-in-law Doris Jean Holm of Norwalk; as well as other relatives and many friends.Chuck was preceded in death by his parents; wife Cynthia Ann Cooper; brothers, Johnny Cooper, Jimmy Cooper and Bryce Cooper and sisters, Rose Gruder, Pauline McCully, Joann Breese, Eloise Mullen and Ruby Flanders. Comments...

Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home | KGW.com - kgw.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.Bernard said reaction has been mostly positive, but others have said they find it disrespectful. Bob Arrington, a funeral home owner in Jackson, Tenn., falls in the latter camp."In my opinion, I don't think the body should be put on display like a new car," said Arrington, who also is the former president of the National Funeral Directors Association."I think if it was to catch on, so to speak, it would be geographical," Arrington said. " I think one of the last ones to do it would be in the South because we are so traditional and so tightly wrapped to the Bible Belt."The Memphis funeral home director said that drive-thru visitation is simply one of the many innovations that he hopes to bring to R. Bernard Funeral Services and the Memphis market. He has already added live streaming of funerals and in the next few months cremation will be offered."The funeral industry is always changing every year. I keep the old traditional funeral stuff and try to add new stuff to it,” Bernard said. "I am 41 years old. I am not out just to market to the grandmas and grandpas, I am trying to get the millennials and the Baby Boomers too.”Follow Yolanda Jones on Twitter: @cayojones© 2017 KGW-TV...

Funeral home in Orange Mound offers drive-thru viewing - The Commercial Appeal

Monday, March 27, 2017

The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang  offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.img itemprop="url" src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/c90cda6f33af1a511ef522d778205795655a136c/c=70-0-2287-1667&r=x408&c=540x405/local/-/media/2017/03/09/TennGroup/Memphis/636246974557353989-170308-TN-Drivethru-Funeral-Toned-0002.JPG" alt="Ryan Bernard (right) funeral director and owner of" wid...

Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home - USA TODAY

Monday, March 27, 2017

The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.div id="module-posit...

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Muff - Lincoln Journal Star

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Paul Joseph Muff, 70, of Martell, passed away March 22, 2017. Born to William A. & Margaret L. (Shavlik) Muff on Aug. 15, 1946, at Mrs. Mitchell's Maternity House in Crete. Paul enjoyed wood working, gardening, traveling & fishing. He grew up in a large family on the farm. He graduated from Crete High School, then went on to attend the University of Nebraska where he majored in Art & Architecture for two years before being asked to return to the farm. Paul was a builder & land developer his entire career. Paul was a devoted & loving husband, father & grandfather. He was a practical joker & a great story teller.Paul is survived by his wife; Laurel, sons; Paul (Melissa McCoy) Muff, Will (Stacey) Muff, Scott (Kristin) Muff, Charles B. (Shandi) Muff, grandchildren; Jacob, Tate, Scott, Jr., Paul A., siblings; Ben Muff of Gardner, Iowa, Berniece Murray of Crete, Bill (Judy) Muff of Lakewood, Colo., Ron (Kathy) Muff of Nora Springs, Iowa, Ken (Vicky) Muff of Martell, Loretta (Artie) Kubicek of Crete, Donna (Dwaine) Novak of Crete. He is preceded in death by his parents; William & Margaret Muff, sister; Florence McKay, brother;...

Charles Cooper - New Virginia - Osceola Sentinel Tribune

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Soon after high school, Chuck joined the United States Army and honorably served his country.On Oct. 23, 1971, Chuck married Cynthia Ann Felton Cooper at New Virginia. He began working in the concrete construction trade where he operated his own business for a time and also worked for SPECK USA until his retirement.Charles is survived by his children, Brian (Alyssa Halter) Cooper of New Virginia, Raquel “Rockie” (Bob) Lundy of Osceola, Tami (Donnie) Boutwell of Athens, Alabama, and Ricky (Jaque Harmon) Cooper of Indianola; grandchildren, Megan (Kyle Savage) Boutwell, Jaci Boutwell, Jessika (Manuel) Flores, Dilan Boutwell, Brandon (Rebecca) Lundy, Kelsi Lundy, Brooke Lundy, Jenna Lundy, Kaylee Cooper, Carson Cooper, Zoey Harmon, Annie Harmon and soon-to-be grandson Charlie Alan, due in August; eight great-grandchildren with another great-granddaughter due in May; brothers, Sonny (Mithes) Parker of Melcher, David (Fayetta) Cooper of Redfield, Bill (Rosie) Cooper of Melcher, Donnie (Jane) Cooper of Des Moines and Eddie Fleming; sisters, Jackie (Johnny) Vanderick of Williamson, Snooky (Mike) Mathes of Milo and Dianna Graham of Norwalk; sisters-in-law, Connie Felton of Indianola and Diana McDole of New Virginia; brother-in-law Merle Felton of New Virginia; mother-in-law Doris Jean Holm of Norwalk; as well as other relatives and many friends.Chuck was preceded in death by his parents; wife Cynthia Ann Cooper; brothers, Johnny Cooper, Jimmy Cooper and Bryce Cooper and sisters, Rose Gruder, Pauline McCully, Joann Breese, Eloise Mullen and Ruby Flanders. Comments...

Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home | KGW.com - kgw.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.Bernard said reaction has been mostly positive, but others have said they find it disrespectful. Bob Arrington, a funeral home owner in Jackson, Tenn., falls in the latter camp."In my opinion, I don't think the body should be put on display like a new car," said Arrington, who also is the former president of the National Funeral Directors Association."I think if it was to catch on, so to speak, it would be geographical," Arrington said. " I think one of the last ones to do it would be in the South because we are so traditional and so tightly wrapped to the Bible Belt."The Memphis funeral home director said that drive-thru visitation is simply one of the many innovations that he hopes to bring to R. Bernard Funeral Services and the Memphis market. He has already added live streaming of funerals and in the next few months cremation will be offered."The funeral industry is always changing every year. I keep the old traditional funeral stuff and try to add new stuff to it,” Bernard said. "I am 41 years old. I am not out just to market to the grandmas and grandpas, I am trying to get the millennials and the Baby Boomers too.”Follow Yolanda Jones on Twitter: @cayojones© 2017 KGW-TV...

Funeral home in Orange Mound offers drive-thru viewing - The Commercial Appeal

Monday, March 27, 2017

The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang  offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.img itemprop="url" src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/c90cda6f33af1a511ef522d778205795655a136c/c=70-0-2287-1667&r=x408&c=540x405/local/-/media/2017/03/09/TennGroup/Memphis/636246974557353989-170308-TN-Drivethru-Funeral-Toned-0002.JPG" alt="Ryan Bernard (right) funeral director and owner of" wid...

Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home - USA TODAY

Monday, March 27, 2017

The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.div id="module-posit...