Obituaries

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Norman L. Kroemer

Norman L. Kroemer, 64, of Bern, passed away on Monday, February 11, 2019, at the Nemaha Valley Community Hospital.

Norman L. Kroemer was born on June 23, 1954 at the Axtell Hospital to Lavern and Evelyn (Fritch) Kroemer. Norman lived his first 25 years on the family farm north of Seneca on the Nebraska State Line, where his family raised cattle, hogs, chickens, had a large garden and enjoyed living the country life.

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Frances Louise McClintock

Frances Louise McClintock, 79 of Pawnee City, Nebraska passed away on Saturday, February 9, 2019 in Lincoln, Nebraska. She was born on February 1,1940 to Clyde and Hettie (Mitchell) (Dobson) Gibson in Iowa City, Iowa.

She attended school at Shenandoah Public Schools. Frances married Clarence McClintock on May 17, 1959 at the Methodist Church in Pawnee City. To this union three children were born, Diane, Shelly and Jeff.

Frances worked at several Cafe’s while her kids were in school. She worked at the Pawnee Manor in Housekeeping then went to work at the Pawnee Hospital until she retired. She was a EMT for the county for many years. Frances also worked as a CNA at the Humboldt Hospital for many years. After Frances retired she enjoyed reading and doing word games.

Frances was preceded in death by her parents, mother-in-law and father-in-law, sisters, Pauline Conley and Alice Gibson, brothers, Rex, Max, Bob and sister-in-law Mary, brother-inlaw, Elmon Conley.

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Chalmer William “Hank” Knick

Chalmer William “Hank” Knick, 84, of Pawnee City died at Premier Estates of Pawnee on Friday, February 8, 2019. He was born September 2, 1934, one of 16 children, in Froid, MT at the family farm. He grew up on his family’s farm where he tended livestock, harvested crops and especially enjoyed his time on a tractor or combine for many long hours. He became his own personal radio by singing all Hank Williams, Sr. songs at full volume along with his harmonica which he had taught himself to play. The local neighbors said they could hear him playing his harmonica when he would be rounding the corner of the fields, even above the equipment he was operating and was said to be quite good, too! He was also a big talent on the dance floor with his fancy two-step and swing moves. The ladies were always lined up waiting – so he never had to go looking for a partner.

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Leota May (Trimmer) Uhri

Leota May (Trimmer) Uhri, 95, of Table Rock, Nebraska was born on February 9, 1923 to Bert and Selena Matilda Mae (Lewis) Trimmer in Humboldt, Nebraska. She was raised in Humboldt and graduated from Humboldt High School with the class of 1940. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Peru State College and a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. During her lifetime, Leota lived in several different states, as well as Canada and Puerto Rico. She taught school in Tecumseh, Pawnee City, Table Rock, Nebraska and in Puerto Rico while living there. Leota was united in marriage to Robert Uhri in Humboldt, Nebraska. To this union four children were born, Carolyn “Sue”, Robert “Bob”, Bill and Meri Lou.

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Lawrence “Larry” E. Bstandig

Lawrence “Larry” E. Bstandig, 70 of Burchard, Nebraska, passed away on Thursday, January 31, 2019 in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was born on March 14, 1948 to Lyle and Esther (Kalin) Bstandig in Pawnee City, Nebraska. He grew up on the family farm east of Burchard where he resided until his death. He was baptized at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Burchard, Nebraska and was confirmed at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Steinauer, Nebraska.

He attended St. Anthony’s Parochial School in Steinauer, Nebraska, through the 8th grade. He then attended Steinauer High School and graduated in 1966 as part of the last graduating class. He played basketball and sang in the choir.

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James “Jim” Lynn Friesel

James (Jim) Lynn Friesel, of Pawnee City, Nebraska was born on August 5, 1943 to Henry Owen Friesel and Mae (Bowne) Friesel in the family home in Weeping Water, Nebraska.  Jim was the youngest of four children.  He was an avid outdoorsman from an early age. As a young boy, Jim and his family would go to Minnesota each summer, staying in a cabin on a lake, boating and fishing. This is where Jim developed his great love of fishing for walleyes. He trapped muskrats and mink in the creeks near the family home and even raised a number of coon hounds.  He and his dad and brothers loved to “go out west” in central Nebraska and hunt pheasants. He attended Weeping Water Public Schools and graduated with the class of 1961.  Jim was a light heavy-weight boxer in high school, only losing one bout. He excelled at football, starting all but one game in his four years and had an opportunity to play at Peru State College, but decided to focus on academics.

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Leonard E. Frerking

Leonard E. Frerking, 89 of Summerfield KS, died January 12, 2019 at Cambridge Place Nursing Home in Marysville. He was the oldest born of five children to William and Martha (Mueller) Frerking on March 31, 1929 in Herkimer, KS. He attended school at Green Valley, Bethlehem Lutheran, and Marysville High School. Over the years he had a variety of jobs including Georgia Pacific, Hall Brothers, Coca Cola, Rainbo Bread, Farming, Landoll Corporation, Summerfield Propane, and was owner of the grocery store in Summerfield, KS for over 15 years.

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Edwin “Eddie” David Boman

Edwin “Eddie” David Boman, age 79 of Pawnee City, Nebraska passed away on Wednesday, January 9, 2019.

Eddie was born On September 15, 1939 to Edwin H. & Emma (Price) Boman in Sabetha, Kansas.

Growing up in Pawnee City, Nebraska, he graduated from Pawnee City High School in 1958. During his early years and throughout his life Eddie was a person that cared for animals. As a young boy he had a pet pigeon named Dodo that he cared for and trained from infancy that went everywhere with him. He even had him trained to walk to school with him on his shoulder and then fly home and “knew” when it was time school let out and would fly back to school then walk home with Eddie on his shoulder. Eddie also had a special bond with every cat or dog he ever met, they just seemed drawn to him.

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Kolt Daniel Byrd

Kolt Daniel Byrd passed away January 9, 2019, due to health complications. He was born Dec. 30, 2000 in Oklahoma City, OK, to Amber Lewis and Nathan Byrd. Kolt lived in Oklahoma City for the 1st five years of his life. After preschool he and his mother moved to Pawnee City, NE. In December of 2005 Kolt was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, something no one was prepared for. In 2009 Kolt welcomed a baby brother Kashton. He was then raised by Amber and her close friend Jason Ries. At the age of 9 Kolt received his first wheelchair, it was a push wheelchair and all the kids in his class wanted to push him in his chair. Kolt received his first electric wheelchair at the age of 11 and it was a new training course for everyone. Kolt spent every summer from the age of 5 to 17 at MDA summer camp. That was always the highlight of his summer. Although Kolt was hesitant every summer to go to camp, he was always happy to have went and meeting new friends.

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Luetta Esther (Kroemer) Binder

Luetta Esther (Kroemer) Binder, 88, went to her heavenly home on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at Nemaha Valley Community Hospital in Seneca, Kansas.

Luetta was born October 5, 1930 to Carl Jr. and Emilie (Rohlmeier) Kroemer at the family home place 6 ½ miles north of Seneca. She was the sixth of seven children. She went to school at Prairie Grove Schoolhouse until 8th grade. From there she worked and helped on the family farm.

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