Jim Lehman

James K. “Uncle Jim” Lehman, 72, of Livingston, MT, passed away on Thursday, July 7, 2022 at Livingston HealthCare Hospital with his niece and nephew at his side.

Jim was born on September 9, 1949, in Gordon, Nebraska the son of John and Mary (Janssen) Lehman.  He attended Catholic School in Rushville, NE and graduated from Rushville High School in 1967.  Jim then attended computer college in Omaha before being drafted.   He served our country in the Army in Vietnam

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Wayne Cobb

Wayne Richard Cobb, age 83, was born in Gordon, Nebraska on January 26, 1939, to William and Maxine Cobb.

In 1949 they moved into the current family ranch site. Wayne helped his dad on the ranch while he was growing up. He went to Pioneer School through 8th grade and then attended Gordon High School until he graduated in 1956. After High School Wayne attended CSU in Fort Collins for 2 years. Wayne returned to the ranch after college to help his father and started his own herd of Black Angus

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Linda Farmer

Linda Lee (Haslow) Farmer passed away peacefully in her sleep on June 24, 2022, at the age of 71. She was born December 23rd, 1950, to John and Jackie Haslow in Rushville, Nebraska. She grew up on the family farm 5 miles south of Gordon. Linda attended K-8th grade at the country school 4 miles south of Gordon. She was in 4-H and had lambs as projects. She attended both Gordon and Rushville High Schools. After high school she went to Phoenix, Arizona where she lived for a few years. After a

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Kevin Lane Kruger

Kevin Lane Kruger was born in Gordon, NE on August 23rd, 1992, and walked into the arms of Jesus on June 18th, 2022.

Kevin grew up going to school in a one room school house. Along with his brother, he rode his horse 7 miles to school. In the 7th and 8th grade, Kevin attended Gordon Rushville Middle School, and graduated from Gordon Rushville High School in 2011. Throughout high school, Kevin worked for Shadbolt Cattle Co. where they stacked hay with a team of horses and did all their cattle

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Steve Dohring

Steve Dohring passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by family on June 22, 2022.  He was born October 24, 1938, in Gordon, Nebraska, to Hans and Margaret (Coleman) Dohring. The family moved to Aurora, Neb., when Steve was 2, then moved to Bremerton, Wash. and Seattle, Wash. during WWII.    They moved back to Gordon in 1947, then to Scottsbluff, Neb., in 1948 where they remained until 1955. He moved back to Gordon and graduated from Gordon High School in 1956.  He

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Phyllis Macumber

Phyllis Romaine (Sandoz) Macumber was born December 29, 1940, to Andrew and Dorothy (Hoos) Sandoz in Rushville NE. She passed away June 15th, 2022, at Pioneer Nursing Home in Hay Springs NE.

Phyllis grew up on Pine Creek south of Rushville, NE, and attended rural school in Sheridan County.

On October 18, 1957, she married Donald Macumber.  To this union 6 boys were born Donald Jr, James, Gregory, Quentin, Marvin, and Douglas.

Donald and Phyllis began their married life in rural Sheridan

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Joan Kearns Hollibaugh

Joan was born June 24, 1935 to John and Mary (Gwynn) Kearns of Rushville, NE.  She was the oldest of seven children.  Joan attended country school until she moved to town and lived with her grandparents to attend school in Rushville.  She was married Larry Wax on May 20, 1954.  To this union six children were born.  Joan and Larry lived in various places until 1963, when they moved to Macedonia, Iowa.  In the fall of 1976, the family moved to Wheatland, WY. Larry

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Donald Watson

Donald Dean Watson of Kalispell, Montana, passed away peacefully at his home on October 27, 2021, surrounded by his daughter, Jennifer, and granddaughter, Audrey.

Donald was born January 30, 1928, in Gordon, Nebraska to Ewart and Minnie Watson. After graduating from high school in Rushville, Nebraska, he enrolled at Chadron State College. The Korean War interrupted his education. He left school to work as a radio operator in Korea. Don was proud to serve his country. He was a true patriot

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Deanna Harris

Deanna (Barlow) Harris, Age 79, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, following a brief battle with cancer. She had recently moved to Sac City to be closer to her family after living in Lincoln, Nebraska for over 50 years. 

She is preceded in passing by John C. Harris (Husband), Jake Barlow (Father), Billie Barlow (Mother), Randall Barlow (Brother), Troy Waller (Nephew), and Mary Porter (daughter). She is survived by Nora Coleman (Daughter), Sonya Waller (Sister), Annette

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Sandra Zickefoose

Sandra Castle Hamilton Zickefoose, of Ellsworth, Neb. passed away on June 3, 2022, in Alliance, Neb.

Visitation will be Wednesday, June 15, 2022, from 5 to 7 PM at Chamberlain-Pier Funeral Home, Gordon, Neb.  

Funeral services will be held 11:00 AM Thursday June 16, 2022, with Neal Hughes officiating at Pleasant Point Church. Burial will follow at Pleasant Point Cemetery. Arrangements are by Chamberlain-Pier Funeral Home.

Sandra Castle was born in Hyannis, NE to Steen and Irma Castle on

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Paul Anderson

Paul James Anderson was born on January 27, 1960, at the Rushville Hospital in Rushville, Nebraska, to Donald Anderson and Joann (Sydow) Anderson. As a young boy the family lived in Merriman, Nebraska, then in 1966 they moved to the Prokop Ranch southwest of Rushville, until Paul started high school. His father then started work on the Conrad Bauer Ranch west of Rushville, where the family lived and worked throughout his high school years. After graduating from Rushville High School in 1978, he

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John Hensley

John Ganz Hensley, 78, of Jesup, GA, died Sunday, June 5, 2022.  He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather who loved spending time with his family.  He enjoyed hobbies such as hunting, fishing and building things. The Nebraska native and US Army veteran settled in Wayne County in 1989 and served as an Associate Warden for FCI Jesup.  He played an integral part in the planning and construction of the prison.  John took his position very seriously, and as a reward for

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