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Laughlin Hoevet Funeral Home

505 North 9th Street
Wymore, NE 68466
(402) 645-3322
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Arthur "Artie" Schmidt

Monday, January 02, 2017

Ervin and Walter, when he was 8 years old. He played the violin in the early years. In the late 1930’s, Artie and his brothers added Gwen and her brother, Wymore, to their band to form the “Rhythm Swingsters”. Artie played tenor saxophone and clarinet. He played the instruments by ear and never read music.In 1972, when Artie and Gwen moved to a home in Wisner, they also bought the “Schmidt House” bar and ran that establishment for 5 years before selling it.Artie was a friend to everyone he met. His closing words at every dance at which he performed was “Keep a song in your heart until we see you again and may God bless.” Heaven is a little sweeter today with his spirit in it.Artie is survived by his wife, Gwen, of Wisner, NE, and one daughter: Marsha “Marty” Burke and her husband Don “Boston” of Norfolk; one grandson, Nick, and his wife, Kate of Omaha and one great grandson, Aiden, of Omaha, and one sister, Lucille Kaul, of Lincoln, and one sister-in-law, Alice Eggers, of Omaha, and many beloved nieces and nephews.Artie was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Walther and Ervin, and sisters Lillian Suhr and Laura Beerbohm, and a nephew Don Beerbohm.

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Arthur "Artie" Schmidt

Monday, January 02, 2017

Ervin and Walter, when he was 8 years old. He played the violin in the early years. In the late 1930’s, Artie and his brothers added Gwen and her brother, Wymore, to their band to form the “Rhythm Swingsters”. Artie played tenor saxophone and clarinet. He played the instruments by ear and never read music.In 1972, when Artie and Gwen moved to a home in Wisner, they also bought the “Schmidt House” bar and ran that establishment for 5 years before selling it.Artie was a friend to everyone he met. His closing words at every dance at which he performed was “Keep a song in your heart until we see you again and may God bless.” Heaven is a little sweeter today with his spirit in it.Artie is survived by his wife, Gwen, of Wisner, NE, and one daughter: Marsha “Marty” Burke and her husband Don “Boston” of Norfolk; one grandson, Nick, and his wife, Kate of Omaha and one great grandson, Aiden, of Omaha, and one sister, Lucille Kaul, of Lincoln, and one sister-in-law, Alice Eggers, of Omaha, and many beloved nieces and nephews.Artie was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Walther and Ervin, and sisters Lillian Suhr and Laura Beerbohm, and a nephew Don Beerbohm.