Alvin E. Schewe

9/30/1925 – 5/4/2021

Carter Lake – Preceded in death by wife Dorothy, nephew Bob Bybee. Survived by nieces & nephews Karen (Pat) Lund, Tom (Kym) Bybee, Susan (Dale) Davis, Barb Rine, Vickie Schewe, Kathy Bybee, Lindy Richards, Bill (Jamie) Schewe, Glen Carroll, sister-in-law Jackie Schewe, many other nieces, nephews, friends and special friend Mary Harrow.

Visitation Monday (5/10/21) 5:00 – 7:00 PM at Roeder Mortuary. Funeral Service Tuesday 11:00 AM at Kountze Memorial Lutheran 2650 Farnam St. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. Memorials to Kountze Memorial Lutheran or Shriners Temple.

The live-streaming will begin 5 minutes before the service begins (10:55am).

https://www.kmlchurch.org/live-streaming/

Roeder Mortuary, Inc. – 108th Street Chapel

2727 N 108th St – Omaha, NE – 402-496-9000

www.RoederMortuary.com

David Anthony Boeckman

David A. Boeckman was born September 16, 1957, in Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, South Dakota. He was the first of five children born to Rudy and Betty (Brown) Boeckman. Dave grew up in Wynot, Nebraska, attending Wynot Public School and graduating in 1975. After high school he relocated to Norfolk, Nebraska and worked in Madison, Nebraska at the pork production facility there.

From the pork production plant, Dave moved on to work for his stepfather Lambert (Butch) Vrba for many years as a farmhand. This had the added benefit of access to wild game, which Dave loved.  He was a phenomenal cook, and could create all manner of wild game dishes as well as traditional breakfasts, cook for fish frys, and all kinds of dishes in between.

In 1987 Dave met Carlene Mathers. They relocated to Phoenix for a short time, then returned to Wynot where Dave ran his father’s bar for a couple of years. He and Carleen moved to the Lincoln, Nebraska, area, where they eventually married and had four children. Dave found work in the area of his first interest, that of lawn and tree maintenance. He loved working with trees; he was able to tell a tree species by looking at a piece of bark or a leaf. He worked as a Lincoln city arborist until his health no longer allowed it.

Dave’s health began to decline and he had to give up many of the pursuits that gave him pleasure in life. Relentless arthritis restricted much of his movement, and congestive heart failure began to take away his energy and ability to breathe normally. He had several trips to the hospital, always beating the odds, until the last one. Friday morning, April 30, Dave quietly and peacefully left this world to join his father and brother in Heaven.

Dave is survived by his children, Brandon (Natalie), Troy, Keesha (Nate Brooks), and Cole Boeckman, all of Lincoln, Nebraska; his mother; Betty Vrba of Wynot, Nebraska; brother; Brad (Dawn) of Lincoln, Nebraska; sisters; Lori Coffman of Yankton, South Dakota; Brenda Boeckman of Lincoln, Nebraska; and Kim (Patrick) Henry of Council Bluffs, Iowa; girlfriend; Vickie Stueck, aunt; Karen Melton of Omaha, Nebraska and a loving family of nieces, nephews, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his brother; Steve, father; Rudy, stepfather; Lambert (Butch) Vrba, grandparents, 2 brother-in-laws; Greg Donner and Jeff Coffman, 6 uncles, and 4 aunts.

“The wheel in the sky keeps turning; don’t know where I’ll be tomorrow.”

Visitation: 2:00 to 3:00 P.M. Saturday, May 8, 2021 at Roeder Mortuary, 4932 Ames Ave.

Funeral Service: 3:00 P.M. Saturday, May 8, 2021 also at the mortuary.

Maurtae Lamont Cole

God blessed us with Maurtaé (Grown Man) Lamont Cole. He was born July 1, 2011, in Bellevue, Nebraska.

Maurchupie, as his dad would call him, was a fourth-grader at Lothrop Elementary. He enjoyed sports and playing video games. He had BIG DREAMS of doing whatever his big brother was doing. We would ask Maurtaé, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” He would say, “I want to work at Applebee’s like Lamont.”

Maurtaé loved being a big brother to Maurjon. He made sure no one in the house could say or do anything to his baby brother. But not least, Maurtaé loved being with his friends. No matter what he did, it had to involve his buddies. They all loved and looked up to him. If you met Maurtaé, you couldn’t help but love him; his shyness, his smile, and his personality always brightened up the whole room.

Maurtaé will forever be missed by many. Although he’s gone in body, he will remain in our hearts forever.

Maurtaé Lamont Cole departed this life on April 20, 2021 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Those left to cherish his memories: parents Jontae Palmore, Maurice Cole, and Adrian Turner; brothers, Maurjon, Maurice Jr., Nashawn, and Armani; Big sister, Keonna; niece, Lamiya; uncles and aunts, Jamar Palmore, Jay (Alice) Johnson, Pallas, Lee, Mareiko, and Marissa; grandparents, Vicki Palmore, Pallas Cole, and Darlene Turner; godparents Lafessa and Ramon Patterson and a host of cousins (Jaisiah), other relatives and friends.

Visitation: 5:00 to 7:00 PM Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at Fort St. Church of Christ, 5922 Fort St.

Funeral Service: 12-Noon Thursday, May 6, 2021 also at the church.

Interment: Mt. Hope Cemetery, 7602 Military Ave.

 

Bobbie Lou Sharp

Ms. Bobbie L. Sharp was born February 2, 1940 in Eufaula, Oklahoma to Mae Ethel Mosley and Sam Gatewood. Mom was the only child until she was adopted by Lena Sharp.

Bobbie graduated from Booker T. Washington High in 1959, soon after graduating she moved to Omaha.

Bobbie gave her life to Christ in 1979. She was a member of Morning Star for 40 plus years. She sang in the choir, was in the mission, seasonal seniors, and traveled with the New Era Laymen during those long camping trips.

Bobbie worked as a psychiatric aid in 1970 for several years. She also worked at St Joseph Hospital and Douglas County Hospital.

She worked as a Home Health Aid until her health started to failing after retiring. Bobbie did volunteer work at the Omaha Boys Club/Hope Center. She also volunteered with KETV news watch 7 for the back school distribution and Holy Name Church. She Appear in the newspaper for different things about her grandchild and also was seen on tv of standing up about what’s right.

Ms. Sharp as everyone knew her, they had kind words when speaking about hers. They knew her by the lady that walked everywhere and the lady with long fingernails.

Bobbie had 4 child who she always called the 4 Sharps. She didn’t always call you by your name you were a number. Pamela #1, Jerilyn #2, Carla #3, Warren #4 and you had better answer.

Bobbie enjoyed those chocolate chip cookies, M&M’s, Black Walnut Ice Cream, Blueberry pie and to top it off and ice-cold Pepsi.

She processed in death by her daughter Carla, parents, good friends, Sister Ethel Tramble, Doris Benton and a host of other family and friends.

She is survived by 2 daughters Pamela and Jerilyn and son Warren, 12 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild, along with a host of cousin and friends.

Visitation: 10:00 to 11:00 A.M. Wednesday, May 5, 2021,

Morning Star Baptist Church, 2019 Burdette St., Omaha, Nebraska.

Funeral Service: 11:00 A.M. Wednesday, May 5, 2021 also at the church.

Inurnment: Evergreen Memorial Park.

 

Eileen L. Teal

Darlene P. Frank

6/25/1940 – 4/29/2021

Omaha – On Thursday, April 29th 2021 , Darlene Frank, loving Wife, Mother of one Son, Mother in Law and Grandma, passed away at age 80.

Darlene was born on June 25th, 1940 in Norfolk, NE to Leonard and Lena (Schafer) Doffin. She graduated from Stanton High School in 1958 and was a bookkeeper throughout her career. On May 8th, 1966 she married Donald G. Frank. They raised one son David.

Darlene had a passion for numbers and Angels. She also loved to sit out on her deck with her Diet Pepsi to enjoy the nice weather. She was known for her faith in god, her infectious smile, her decorating for every holiday and her love for family and friends

Darlene was preceded in death by her Parents, Sister and 3 brothers. She is survived by her husband Donald , her child David (Pamela), and one grandchild Alexis (Iowa TinkerBell).

Visitation Tuesday (5/4/21) 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM at Roeder Mortuary. Graveside Service Tuesday 1:00 PM at Omaha National Cemetery. Memorials to the family to be designated later.

 

Roeder Mortuary, Inc. – Gretna Chapel

11710 Standing Stone – Gretna, NE – 402-332-0090

www.RoederMortuary.com

 

Nancy A. Jackson

Age 78 – She is preceded in death by her husband, Robert “Bob” Jackson; daughter, Robynn Saltzman and brother, Bernard Shonka.      She is survived by her children, Tracy Jackson, Rodney Jackson; grandchildren, Chey Payer, Nicholas Payer, Kaitlyn Payer, Brielle Jackson, Lauren Jackson, Bailey Jackson; great grandchildren, Chaysen, Hadleigh, Briar, Addison, Cammie, Owen, Rylee; sister, Marilyn Curtis, many nieces, nephews, other loving family and friends.

Visitation: 5:00 – 7:00 PM with Rosary at 6:30 PM Tuesday at Roeder Mortuary.  Funeral Service: 10:00 AM   Wednesday ( 5/5/2021 ) at Saint Francis Borgia Catholic Church, 2005 Davis Dr., Blair, Nebraska. Burial at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska.  Memorials the family

Roeder Mortuary, Inc. – 108th Street Chapel – 2727 N 108th St – Omaha, NE – 402-496-9000  www.RoederMortuary.com

Neville Glen Anson (Neve)

Neville (Neve) Glen Anson passed away peacefully at home on April 26, 2021 at the age of 91.  He was born in White River, SD on March 9, 1930.  He was the fifth of nine children born to Glen Marvin and Frances Marguerite Watson Anson.  He married Dorothy Marie Pfanstiel on December 27, 1950 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Osmond, NE. They were married for 63 years before Dorothy’s passing in 2014.  To their union were born 5 children.  He was a member of Mount Olive Lutheran Church.

Neve spent his early years in Johnstown, Royal & Osmond, NE. As a child, he often found fossils in the fields where he helped his family farm on what later was discovered to be the Ashfall Fossil Beds near Royal, NE. He was called to serve his country overseas in the Army in Korea shortly after he & Dorothy were married.

Neve’s character was that of the greatest generation. Born at the beginning of the Great Depression, the work ethic he developed would accompany him beyond his 90th birthday, as he would continue to mow his own yard & clear his driveway of snow until he chose to move in with his son, Jeff. His frugality dictated his daily habit of wasting nothing & conserving all he could. That frugality, along with his personal discipline provided his children’s security & well-being, as well as a comfortable life and retirement for himself & Dorothy.  Respect, consideration and generosity were always forefront in every relationship he had throughout his life. He was always willing to help, pitch in, or even gift support wherever his heart led him.  Neve was a true friend and a good neighbor and a wonderful father & role model to his children, grandchildren & sometimes perfect strangers.

Neve is survived by his daughter Neva Anson (Jack) Mielke and his sons Gregory (Paula), Mark & Jeffrey  Anson; his sister Alice Anson Mahood, sister-in-law Elizabeth Pfanstiel (Dwaine) Johnson, brothers-in-law Charles (Delores) Pfanstiel, & Grant (Charlene) Pfanstiel. Also survived by his grandchildren Joseph, Wendy, Makayla (Jon) Blake & Daniel (Emily) Mielke; Melissa Anson (Evan) Graff & Erik Anson; Clint (Beth) Osler, Ryan (fiancé Tori) & Connor (Morgan) Anson; Tom (Kari) Giles, Jeremy (Jill) Giles, Cassondra Anson (Jeff) Meyers, David (Alicia) Anson; great grandchildren Burklee Mielke, Lily Anson, Jackson Giles, Emalee Giles, Avery Clawson, Harrison Meyers, Larissa Prudhome, Isaiah Caldwell, Alexis Anson; 2 great great grandchildren, Kendall & Gracelyn Greenwood; and many nieces, nephews, friends, neighbors and loved ones.

Neve was preceded in death by his parents, his infant daughter Lynneva, mother & father-in-law, Harry & Emma Pfanstiel, his brother-in-law Dwaine Johnson; his brothers & sisters-in-law David (Lucy), Delbert (Phyllis) & Arvin (Ruth) Anson; his sisters and brother-in-law Audree Anson (Orville) Bahr, Lucille Anson & Rosalee Anson (Jerry) Taylor.

There will be a graveside service at Forest Lawn Cemetery, 7909 Mormon Bridge Road, Omaha, on Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 11 AM, with military honors.

Roeder Mortuary 108th Chapel

2727 N 108th Street Omaha, NE 68164

402-496-9000 www.roedermortuary.com

Travis W. Lux

April 20, 1941 – April 27, 2021

Omaha – Preceded by wife Diane; parents William and Pauline; sister Jeanine. Survived by son Bill; grandchildren Hannah and Billy; niece Cheryl. Funeral Service 11:00 AM Monday (5/3/2021) with visitation 1 hour prior to service at Roeder Mortuary. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery.

Christine C. Currie

1/31/1979 – 4/23/2021

Gretna – Survived by husband Jason, Children Isaiah, Summer, Zane, parents Don & Patty Den Hartog, siblings Brian (Kimbra) Den Hartog, Karen (Dan) Berkenkemper, Brad (Valarie) Den Hartog, many family and friends.

Visitation Tuesday 5:00 – 8:30 PM at The Water’s Edge Church 19600 Harrison Street Gretna, NE. Funeral Service Wednesday 1:00 PM (4/28/2021) at Christ Community Church 404 S. 108th Ave. Omaha, Nebraska.
Memorials to Youth For Christ

To view the livestream of the service, please go to: https://www.facebook.com/551640573/posts/10165089673670574/?d=n

Roeder Mortuary, Inc. – Gretna Chapel
11710 Standing Stone – Gretna, NE – 402-332-0090
www.RoederMortuary.com