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Holmes Funeral Home

321 North Wood Street
Valentine, NE 69201
(402) 376-2840
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Sandoz Chapel of the Pines

Hc 13 Box 14
Valentine, NE
(402) 376-3557
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Valentine NE Obituaries and Death Notices

Rita Froemming

Monday, June 26, 2017

Rita was very outgoing and never met a stranger. She had a loving and giving spirit, never forgetting to send a birthday card, Christmas card, Valentine’s Day, or any holiday card to loved ones. She was confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church on June 2, 1961, and was a member at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and Redeemer Lutheran Church in Enid. She is preceded in death by her parents, one brother and a sister.She is survived by her husband Fred Froemming, of the home in Enid; two children, Thomas Froemming and Kathy Froemming Hansen, both of Enid; brother Jim Rheude, of Indianapolis, IN; sister in law, Faye Gash, of Fairmont; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and other family and friends. She also leaves her beloved dog Molly; and grand-dog Reese, and grand-cat Blue.Memorials in Rita’s name may be made to Enid SPCA or charity of your choice with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds.Condolences may be made and services viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com.

Lynda McAbee

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Lynda was born on Jan. 21, 1960, in National City, California, to Norman and Fae Unruh. She graduated from Moundridge, Kansas High School in 1978.She married her high school sweetheart, Ron McAbee on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, 1978, in Moundridge, Kansas. The couple bought their home in Grove in 2007.A member of COS (Church of the Shepherd) in Grove, Lynda lived out her faith in her volunteerism. Soft-spoken, she lived a life filled with compassion that flowed from her sweet spirit. She was a very classy lady who surrounded herself with many friends.Actively involved in a variety of organizations, Lynda’s passions included serving with the Delaware County Children’s Special Advocacy Network (DCCSAN) in Jay.She was also a member of the Sweet Annie’s Herb Club and it’s yearly Christmas Homes Tour, the Grand Lake Newcomer's Club, Book Club and Bible Study Fellowship.She was preceded in death by her mother, Fae, and her sister, Crystal Rush.Survivors include her husband, Ron, of the home; and two sons: Randy (Jill) McAbee, Grove, and Rusty (Nicole) McAbee, Broken Arrow; a niece: Chassidy Rush, Broken Arrow; five grandsons: Ryan, Jase and Caleb McAbee, Grove, and Riley and Rogan McAbee, Broken Arrow; one granddaughter, Rayne, Broken Arrow; and two great-nieces: Teegan and Tynslee Rush, both of Broken Arrow, her father Norman Unruh of Grove, and mother in-law Angie Ingham of Catoos...

Last Salute - Carroll Daily Times Herald

Monday, April 03, 2017

He handled himself well most of the time. He was a cocky guy, and he knew how to handle a tank battle.”Schumacher returned from the war and married his high school sweetheart, Wanda (Shride), on Valentine’s Day 1946. The couple was married for 64 years until Wanda’s death on May 7, 2010. He was a 1943 Coon Rapids High School graduate. She was a member of the Class of 1945. The two attended First United Methodist Church in Coon Rapids as kids.“I had my eye on her in 1941,” Schumacher said. “She waited for me.”The Rev. Joyce Webb, speaking at the funeral, said Schumacher wanted to spend this Christmas with his late wife.“He did,” she said. “He went home on Christmas Day.”The couple had three sons: Ken, Steve and Jeff.Schumacher was born March 28, 1925, a son of German immigrants John and Freda Schumacher, who had met in western Illinois before settling on the farmstead north of Coon Rapids where Schumacher resided until near the end of his life. He’s always gone by “John J.” because there were so many men named John in his family and the southern part of Carroll County in his youth.“I’ve been John J. so long I’ve even gotten mail addressed to Mr. J,” Schumacher said.After the war, Schumacher started a career in farming and real estate and insurance, for a time owning Iowa International Real Estate and Insurance. He also worked tirelessly on economic development in Coon Rapids and represented that city on the Carroll Area Development Corporation.An electrical substation southwest of Glidden owned by Corn Belt Power Cooperative was dedicated in Schumacher’s honor in 2014 for his long service to the cooperative industry.In 2012, when Coon Rapids dedicated its Veterans Memorial west of Coon Rapids-Bayard High School, Schumacher was there, front and center, wearing the Army uniform assigned to him in 1944.For years he used a pair of German binoculars he found during the war. His walls are adorned with photos and drawings and memories of the war. Schumacher, near the end of that 2013 interview, said he thinks often of the men who didn’t come home and marry their high school loves, who gave the years of life he enjoyed since World War II to their country.“It seemed like we were always on the attack,” Schumacher said. “When they say, ‘How many people did you see die?’… Well, they just disappeared.”...

Valentine, Julia C. Butler - Roanoke Times

Monday, March 27, 2017

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Soulmates who died in heavy winds had 'promising future' - MLive.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

Potter flew to Michigan for Thanksgiving. Muessig flew east for Christmas. An East Coast snow storm around Valentine's Day delayed his flight and gave him an extra day with his girlfriend."They were lucky to have each other," Hodson said.

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Rita Froemming

Monday, June 26, 2017

Rita was very outgoing and never met a stranger. She had a loving and giving spirit, never forgetting to send a birthday card, Christmas card, Valentine’s Day, or any holiday card to loved ones. She was confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church on June 2, 1961, and was a member at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and Redeemer Lutheran Church in Enid. She is preceded in death by her parents, one brother and a sister.She is survived by her husband Fred Froemming, of the home in Enid; two children, Thomas Froemming and Kathy Froemming Hansen, both of Enid; brother Jim Rheude, of Indianapolis, IN; sister in law, Faye Gash, of Fairmont; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and other family and friends. She also leaves her beloved dog Molly; and grand-dog Reese, and grand-cat Blue.Memorials in Rita’s name may be made to Enid SPCA or charity of your choice with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds.Condolences may be made and services viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com.

Lynda McAbee

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Lynda was born on Jan. 21, 1960, in National City, California, to Norman and Fae Unruh. She graduated from Moundridge, Kansas High School in 1978.She married her high school sweetheart, Ron McAbee on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, 1978, in Moundridge, Kansas. The couple bought their home in Grove in 2007.A member of COS (Church of the Shepherd) in Grove, Lynda lived out her faith in her volunteerism. Soft-spoken, she lived a life filled with compassion that flowed from her sweet spirit. She was a very classy lady who surrounded herself with many friends.Actively involved in a variety of organizations, Lynda’s passions included serving with the Delaware County Children’s Special Advocacy Network (DCCSAN) in Jay.She was also a member of the Sweet Annie’s Herb Club and it’s yearly Christmas Homes Tour, the Grand Lake Newcomer's Club, Book Club and Bible Study Fellowship.She was preceded in death by her mother, Fae, and her sister, Crystal Rush.Survivors include her husband, Ron, of the home; and two sons: Randy (Jill) McAbee, Grove, and Rusty (Nicole) McAbee, Broken Arrow; a niece: Chassidy Rush, Broken Arrow; five grandsons: Ryan, Jase and Caleb McAbee, Grove, and Riley and Rogan McAbee, Broken Arrow; one granddaughter, Rayne, Broken Arrow; and two great-nieces: Teegan and Tynslee Rush, both of Broken Arrow, her father Norman Unruh of Grove, and mother in-law Angie Ingham of Catoos...

Last Salute - Carroll Daily Times Herald

Monday, April 03, 2017

He handled himself well most of the time. He was a cocky guy, and he knew how to handle a tank battle.”Schumacher returned from the war and married his high school sweetheart, Wanda (Shride), on Valentine’s Day 1946. The couple was married for 64 years until Wanda’s death on May 7, 2010. He was a 1943 Coon Rapids High School graduate. She was a member of the Class of 1945. The two attended First United Methodist Church in Coon Rapids as kids.“I had my eye on her in 1941,” Schumacher said. “She waited for me.”The Rev. Joyce Webb, speaking at the funeral, said Schumacher wanted to spend this Christmas with his late wife.“He did,” she said. “He went home on Christmas Day.”The couple had three sons: Ken, Steve and Jeff.Schumacher was born March 28, 1925, a son of German immigrants John and Freda Schumacher, who had met in western Illinois before settling on the farmstead north of Coon Rapids where Schumacher resided until near the end of his life. He’s always gone by “John J.” because there were so many men named John in his family and the southern part of Carroll County in his youth.“I’ve been John J. so long I’ve even gotten mail addressed to Mr. J,” Schumacher said.After the war, Schumacher started a career in farming and real estate and insurance, for a time owning Iowa International Real Estate and Insurance. He also worked tirelessly on economic development in Coon Rapids and represented that city on the Carroll Area Development Corporation.An electrical substation southwest of Glidden owned by Corn Belt Power Cooperative was dedicated in Schumacher’s honor in 2014 for his long service to the cooperative industry.In 2012, when Coon Rapids dedicated its Veterans Memorial west of Coon Rapids-Bayard High School, Schumacher was there, front and center, wearing the Army uniform assigned to him in 1944.For years he used a pair of German binoculars he found during the war. His walls are adorned with photos and drawings and memories of the war. Schumacher, near the end of that 2013 interview, said he thinks often of the men who didn’t come home and marry their high school loves, who gave the years of life he enjoyed since World War II to their country.“It seemed like we were always on the attack,” Schumacher said. “When they say, ‘How many people did you see die?’… Well, they just disappeared.”...

Valentine, Julia C. Butler - Roanoke Times

Monday, March 27, 2017

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Soulmates who died in heavy winds had 'promising future' - MLive.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

Potter flew to Michigan for Thanksgiving. Muessig flew east for Christmas. An East Coast snow storm around Valentine's Day delayed his flight and gave him an extra day with his girlfriend."They were lucky to have each other," Hodson said.