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Gehrig and Son Funeral Home

1140 10th Avenue
Sidney, NE 69162
(308) 254-2055
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Holechek Funeral Home Sidney

1212 10th Avenue
Sidney, NE 69162
(308) 254-2233
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Shirley Weisberg

Monday, June 26, 2017

Marisa (Dr. Steven) Mandrea, Alison (Matthew) Friedman, Michael and Neil Helfgot and great-grandchildren Max, Josie, Arielle, Mackenzie, Braedyn and Mason. Dear sister of the late Leah (Sidney) Levy and Bernard (survived by Dr. Susan) Gold. Graveside services Wednesday 1:30PM at Memorial Park Cemetery in Skokie. Contributions in Shirley’s name to the JUF or the JCC would be appreciated. Info Mitzvah Memorial Funerals 630-MITZVAH (630-648-9824), or WWW.MITZVAHFUNERALS.COM...

Barbara Tebbs

Monday, June 26, 2017

Survivors include: two daughters, Sheryl Isenhart and her husband Ron of Hartsburg, Mo. and Lauren Hubble and her husband Steve of Jefferson City, Mo.; two brothers, Sidney Staples and his wife Candy of Mexico, Mo. and Kenneth Staples and his wife Sabine of Colorado Springs, Colorado; four grandchildren, Lucas Isenhart and his wife Shana, Garrett Isenhart and his fiancée, Jana, Miranda Hubble her fiancé Brian, and Tanner Hubble: one great grandchild, Liam Isenhart.She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one brother, Larry Staples and one sister, Michelle Staples.Visitation will be at Freeman Mortuary from 12:00 Noon until 2:00 pm Thursday, June 22, 2017.A funeral service will be conducted at 2:00 pm Thursday, June 22, 2017 in the Freeman Chapel with the Reverend Rod Maples. Interment will be at Riverview Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to Special Learning Center.

Sidney Burrow - KUSH Radio

Monday, June 19, 2017

Palmer Marler Funeral Home1600kush.comSidney Burrow a longtime Yale farmer, passed away on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at his daughter’s home in Yale surrounded by his family at the age of 90 ½. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at Wellston Cemetery, Wellston, Oklahoma. Brother Mich Dershem will officiate.Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., on Tuesday at the Palmer Marler Funeral Home in Yale.Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Yale, Ok.Sidney was born on November 29, 1926 in Okemah, Oklahoma to Luther C. and Bessie (Whitall) Burrow. He grew up and attended school in Bearden. Sidney joined the U. S. Army serving from 1945 to 1946 during WWII. After serving his country, he returned to Agra then moved to Wellston and then moved to Yale on a farm where he resided until his death. Sidney worked at O.S.U. Physical plant as a roofer, retiring in 1992. Sidney lived on a farm in Yale and enjoyed raising cattle, farming, riding his tractors and wearing his over...

Dorothy Lee “Sis” Walter, 91, Arnold - Leader Publications

Monday, June 19, 2017

Laura (Wetzel) Sieving. She was preceded in death by her husband: Raymond E. Walter.She is survived by three sons: Raymond (Kelly) Walter of Festus, Donald (Chris) walter of Arnold and Thomas (Sidney) Walter of Hillsboro; four daughters: Donna (Craig) Tinsley of Pevely, Janet (Dale) farwig of Hillsboro, Pamela (Luke) Skaggs of De Soto and Lisa (Jeff) Potts of Oakville; a brother: John (Pat) Sieving; two sisters-in-law:Jean Sieving and Shirley Duebelbeis; 30 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.She was preceded in death by three brothers: Robert, Gene and William Sieving.Visitation is scheduled from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, at Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, in south St. Louis County. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 22, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Tenbrook Road. Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Honor Mrs. Walter’s memory by drinking a cup of coffee; feeding the birds; taking a walk or eating a bowl of ice cream. Arrangements are under the direction of Kutis Funeral Home.

Funeral arrangements for Wanda Ozier of Alexandria - KALB - KALB News

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wednesday, April 19, from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.; and will resume on Thursday, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Wanda is preceded in death by her husband, William Byron Ozier; and her parents, Sidney and Christine Lea Chicola. Those left to cherish her memory include her daughters, Susan Ozier Williams, and Tonya Blair Denmon ; her son, David Wayne Ozier ; four grandchildren, Christine Ozier, Piper Ozier, Brian Green, and Katelyn Green; and her siblings, Judy Chicola Grozier of Houston, TX, and Sidney Michael Chicola (Vicki).To extend online notes of condolence to the Ozier Family, please visit www.KramerFunerals.com.

Kalli Thompson - Bismarck Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Sunday, April 2, at the Bismarck Funeral Home and continue one hour prior to the service.Kalli was born on April 27, 1990, to Kim and Mary (Nelson) Thompson in Sidney, Mont.She was raised and educated in Poplar, Mont., and spent her last two formative years in Bismarck. She graduated from Bismarck High School in 2008.After high school, she joined the North Dakota Army National Guard for three years and then served in the United States Army for an additional five years. She was stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas and Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska with one deployment.She enjoyed playing volleyball, basketball and running cross country in school because of the opportunities for connecting with people. Kalli was a free spirit who always saw the positive in everyone and in any situation.Kalli had a style and lingo of her own and often would say things like, "It’s been a minute since …" She could deliver more words in one conversation than most people could mentally process in the same time frame.She is survived by one daughter, Aaliyah Nichole; her parents Kim and Mary Thompson; one sister, Kacie Thompson and her son Trey; one brother, Kyle Thompson, Bismarck; one grandmother, Shirley Nelson, Montana; Aaliyah’s father Daniel, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.She is preceded in death by grandparents Wilber and Lucille Thompson, Fort Hale, S.D.; and James Nelson, Montana.In K...

Don Rickles, Comedy's Equal Opportunity Offender, Dies at 90 - New York Times

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Oh, well. Keep your chin up.”As brutal as his remarks could be, they rarely left a mark. (“I’m not really a mean, vicious guy,” he told an interviewer in 2000.) Sidney Poitier was said to have once been offended by Mr. Rickles’s racial jokes. But in “Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project,” a 2007 documentary directed by John Landis, Mr. Poitier sang Mr. Rickles’s praises.Recalling the first time he saw Mr. Rickles perform, Mr. Poitier said: “He was explosive. He was impactful. He was funny. I mean, outrageously funny.”Mr. Rickles got his first break, the story goes, when Sinatra and some of his friends came to see him perform in 1957 — in Hollywood, according to most sources, although Mr. Rickles said it was in Miami. “Make yourself at home, Frank,” Mr. Rickles said to Sinatra, whom he had never met. “Hit somebody.” Sinatra laughed so hard, he fell out of his seat.Mr. Rickles was soon being championed by Sinatra, Dean Martin and the other members of the show business circle known as the Rat Pack. Steady work in Las Vegas followed. But he was hardly an overnight success: He spent a decade in the comedy trenches before he broke through to a national audience.In 1965, he made the first of numerous appearances on “The Tonight Show,” treating Johnny Carson with his trademark disdain to the audience’s (and Carson’s) delight. He also became a regular on Dean Martin’s televised roasts, where no celebrity was safe from his onslaughts. (“What’s Bob Hope doing here? Is the war over?”)Mr. Rickles’s wife, who he said “likes to lie in bed, signaling ships with her jewelry,” was not immune to his attacks. Neither was his mother, Etta, whom he referred to as “the Jewish Patton.” But off the stage, he didn’t hesitate to express his gratitude to his mother for unflaggingly believing in his talent, even when he himself wasn’t so sure.“She had a tremendous drive,” he recalled in “Mr. Warmth.” “Drove me crazy. But she was like the driving force for me.”He shared an apartment with his mother and did not marry until he was almost 40. After marrying Barbara Sklar in 1965, he saw to it that his mother had the apartment next door. His wife survives him, as do a daughter, Mindy Mann, and two grandchildren. Mr. Rickles’s son, Lawrence, died in 2011.Donald Jay Rickles was born in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens on May 8, 1926, to Max Rickles, an insurance salesman, and the former Etta Feldman. During World War II, he honed his comedic skills while serving in the Navy. (“On the ship that I went over to the Philippines,” he told The New York Times in 2015, “out of 300 men I was the class comedian.”) After being discharged, he followed his father into the insurance business, but when he had trouble getting his customers to sign on the dotted line, decided to try acting.He stud...

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Shirley Weisberg

Monday, June 26, 2017

Marisa (Dr. Steven) Mandrea, Alison (Matthew) Friedman, Michael and Neil Helfgot and great-grandchildren Max, Josie, Arielle, Mackenzie, Braedyn and Mason. Dear sister of the late Leah (Sidney) Levy and Bernard (survived by Dr. Susan) Gold. Graveside services Wednesday 1:30PM at Memorial Park Cemetery in Skokie. Contributions in Shirley’s name to the JUF or the JCC would be appreciated. Info Mitzvah Memorial Funerals 630-MITZVAH (630-648-9824), or WWW.MITZVAHFUNERALS.COM...

Barbara Tebbs

Monday, June 26, 2017

Survivors include: two daughters, Sheryl Isenhart and her husband Ron of Hartsburg, Mo. and Lauren Hubble and her husband Steve of Jefferson City, Mo.; two brothers, Sidney Staples and his wife Candy of Mexico, Mo. and Kenneth Staples and his wife Sabine of Colorado Springs, Colorado; four grandchildren, Lucas Isenhart and his wife Shana, Garrett Isenhart and his fiancée, Jana, Miranda Hubble her fiancé Brian, and Tanner Hubble: one great grandchild, Liam Isenhart.She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one brother, Larry Staples and one sister, Michelle Staples.Visitation will be at Freeman Mortuary from 12:00 Noon until 2:00 pm Thursday, June 22, 2017.A funeral service will be conducted at 2:00 pm Thursday, June 22, 2017 in the Freeman Chapel with the Reverend Rod Maples. Interment will be at Riverview Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to Special Learning Center.

Sidney Burrow - KUSH Radio

Monday, June 19, 2017

Palmer Marler Funeral Home1600kush.comSidney Burrow a longtime Yale farmer, passed away on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at his daughter’s home in Yale surrounded by his family at the age of 90 ½. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at Wellston Cemetery, Wellston, Oklahoma. Brother Mich Dershem will officiate.Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., on Tuesday at the Palmer Marler Funeral Home in Yale.Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Yale, Ok.Sidney was born on November 29, 1926 in Okemah, Oklahoma to Luther C. and Bessie (Whitall) Burrow. He grew up and attended school in Bearden. Sidney joined the U. S. Army serving from 1945 to 1946 during WWII. After serving his country, he returned to Agra then moved to Wellston and then moved to Yale on a farm where he resided until his death. Sidney worked at O.S.U. Physical plant as a roofer, retiring in 1992. Sidney lived on a farm in Yale and enjoyed raising cattle, farming, riding his tractors and wearing his over...

Dorothy Lee “Sis” Walter, 91, Arnold - Leader Publications

Monday, June 19, 2017

Laura (Wetzel) Sieving. She was preceded in death by her husband: Raymond E. Walter.She is survived by three sons: Raymond (Kelly) Walter of Festus, Donald (Chris) walter of Arnold and Thomas (Sidney) Walter of Hillsboro; four daughters: Donna (Craig) Tinsley of Pevely, Janet (Dale) farwig of Hillsboro, Pamela (Luke) Skaggs of De Soto and Lisa (Jeff) Potts of Oakville; a brother: John (Pat) Sieving; two sisters-in-law:Jean Sieving and Shirley Duebelbeis; 30 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.She was preceded in death by three brothers: Robert, Gene and William Sieving.Visitation is scheduled from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, at Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, in south St. Louis County. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 22, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Tenbrook Road. Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Honor Mrs. Walter’s memory by drinking a cup of coffee; feeding the birds; taking a walk or eating a bowl of ice cream. Arrangements are under the direction of Kutis Funeral Home.

Funeral arrangements for Wanda Ozier of Alexandria - KALB - KALB News

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wednesday, April 19, from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.; and will resume on Thursday, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Wanda is preceded in death by her husband, William Byron Ozier; and her parents, Sidney and Christine Lea Chicola. Those left to cherish her memory include her daughters, Susan Ozier Williams, and Tonya Blair Denmon ; her son, David Wayne Ozier ; four grandchildren, Christine Ozier, Piper Ozier, Brian Green, and Katelyn Green; and her siblings, Judy Chicola Grozier of Houston, TX, and Sidney Michael Chicola (Vicki).To extend online notes of condolence to the Ozier Family, please visit www.KramerFunerals.com.

Kalli Thompson - Bismarck Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Sunday, April 2, at the Bismarck Funeral Home and continue one hour prior to the service.Kalli was born on April 27, 1990, to Kim and Mary (Nelson) Thompson in Sidney, Mont.She was raised and educated in Poplar, Mont., and spent her last two formative years in Bismarck. She graduated from Bismarck High School in 2008.After high school, she joined the North Dakota Army National Guard for three years and then served in the United States Army for an additional five years. She was stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas and Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska with one deployment.She enjoyed playing volleyball, basketball and running cross country in school because of the opportunities for connecting with people. Kalli was a free spirit who always saw the positive in everyone and in any situation.Kalli had a style and lingo of her own and often would say things like, "It’s been a minute since …" She could deliver more words in one conversation than most people could mentally process in the same time frame.She is survived by one daughter, Aaliyah Nichole; her parents Kim and Mary Thompson; one sister, Kacie Thompson and her son Trey; one brother, Kyle Thompson, Bismarck; one grandmother, Shirley Nelson, Montana; Aaliyah’s father Daniel, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.She is preceded in death by grandparents Wilber and Lucille Thompson, Fort Hale, S.D.; and James Nelson, Montana.In K...

Don Rickles, Comedy's Equal Opportunity Offender, Dies at 90 - New York Times

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Oh, well. Keep your chin up.”As brutal as his remarks could be, they rarely left a mark. (“I’m not really a mean, vicious guy,” he told an interviewer in 2000.) Sidney Poitier was said to have once been offended by Mr. Rickles’s racial jokes. But in “Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project,” a 2007 documentary directed by John Landis, Mr. Poitier sang Mr. Rickles’s praises.Recalling the first time he saw Mr. Rickles perform, Mr. Poitier said: “He was explosive. He was impactful. He was funny. I mean, outrageously funny.”Mr. Rickles got his first break, the story goes, when Sinatra and some of his friends came to see him perform in 1957 — in Hollywood, according to most sources, although Mr. Rickles said it was in Miami. “Make yourself at home, Frank,” Mr. Rickles said to Sinatra, whom he had never met. “Hit somebody.” Sinatra laughed so hard, he fell out of his seat.Mr. Rickles was soon being championed by Sinatra, Dean Martin and the other members of the show business circle known as the Rat Pack. Steady work in Las Vegas followed. But he was hardly an overnight success: He spent a decade in the comedy trenches before he broke through to a national audience.In 1965, he made the first of numerous appearances on “The Tonight Show,” treating Johnny Carson with his trademark disdain to the audience’s (and Carson’s) delight. He also became a regular on Dean Martin’s televised roasts, where no celebrity was safe from his onslaughts. (“What’s Bob Hope doing here? Is the war over?”)Mr. Rickles’s wife, who he said “likes to lie in bed, signaling ships with her jewelry,” was not immune to his attacks. Neither was his mother, Etta, whom he referred to as “the Jewish Patton.” But off the stage, he didn’t hesitate to express his gratitude to his mother for unflaggingly believing in his talent, even when he himself wasn’t so sure.“She had a tremendous drive,” he recalled in “Mr. Warmth.” “Drove me crazy. But she was like the driving force for me.”He shared an apartment with his mother and did not marry until he was almost 40. After marrying Barbara Sklar in 1965, he saw to it that his mother had the apartment next door. His wife survives him, as do a daughter, Mindy Mann, and two grandchildren. Mr. Rickles’s son, Lawrence, died in 2011.Donald Jay Rickles was born in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens on May 8, 1926, to Max Rickles, an insurance salesman, and the former Etta Feldman. During World War II, he honed his comedic skills while serving in the Navy. (“On the ship that I went over to the Philippines,” he told The New York Times in 2015, “out of 300 men I was the class comedian.”) After being discharged, he followed his father into the insurance business, but when he had trouble getting his customers to sign on the dotted line, decided to try acting.He stud...