Funeral Services for Warren Scherbarth will be held on Friday, July 3, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church in Hay Springs, Nebraska, with Pastor Allan Wiebschke officiating. Visitation will be on Thursday, July 2, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church in Hay Springs, Nebraska. Burial will be at the Hay Springs City Cemetery in Hay Springs, Nebraska.
Warren Edwin Scherbarth was born September 30, 1931, in Sheridan County, Nebraska, and passed away on June 28, 2020, at Pioneer Manor in Hay Springs, Nebraska, at the age of 88 years and 9 months.
Warren was born to Richard C. and Evelyn E. (Philips) Scherbarth. He grew up on the farm west of Hay Springs, where he resided until his health declined.
Warren grew up on this farm helping his parents and working out at neighboring farms. He went to country school until eighth grade then to Hay Springs High School, graduating in 1949.
Warren and Betty Lou Glee were married on September 23, 1950, in Torrington, Wyoming. Warren worked at Holly Sugar Factory.
Later on they moved to Hay Springs area working on neighboring farms. Finally settling west of Hay Springs on the home place.
To this union of marriage six children were born: Robert, Suzan Scherbarth Smith, Stephen, Brian, Janene Scherbarth Odell, and Craig. They were married for 65 years.
Warren was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, where he and Betty attended and raised their children.
His life time interest included farming, raising Herford cattle, and helping neighbors.
Warren is survived by his children: Robert (Nancy Barth) Scherbarth of Alliance, Suzan (Stuart) Smith of Brady, Nebraska, Stephan Scherbarth of Aurora, Colorado, Brian Scherbarth of Casper, Wyoming, Janene (Norman) Odell of Alliance, Nebraska, Craig (Cherly) Scherbarth of Elsie, Nebraska. Sisters Janice (Emmett) Main of Delta, Colorado, Emily Hunter of Albuquerque, New Mexico, brother Allen (Ruth Ann) Scherbarth of Rushville, Nebraska; 16 grand children and 26 great grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by his wife Betty, parents, two brothers, four sisters, one grandson, and one great granddaughter.
A memorial has been established for Zion Lutheran Church. Donations may be sent Chamberlain-Drabbels Mortuary, PO Box 443, Hay Springs, NE 69347.
Online condolences can be made at www.chamberlainchapel.com
Chamberlain-Drabbels Mortuary of Hay Springs, Nebraska, is in charge of arrangements.