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Patricia "Pat" Margaret Hipwell:
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Donald L. Wallman, 74, Lincoln, died Monday (5/8/06):
Donald L. Wallman, 74, Lincoln, died Monday (5/8/06). Retired chief master sergeant, U.S. Air Force; received
Bronze Star, five good conduct medals; served in Vietnam. Member of First Evangelical Free Church; 38-year member of AA; enjoyed
building and flying remote-controlled airplanes.
Survivors: former wife, Norma Jean Wallman, Lincoln; daughter, son-in-law,
Janet Wallman and William Sylvester, Lincoln; sons, daughter-in-law, Ronald Wallman, Norman, Okla., Alan Wallman, Port St.
Lucie, Fla., Gary and Beth Wallman, Papillion, Steven Wallman, Atlanta; grandchildren, Matt Wallman, Sarah Martin and husband
Matthew, Nathan Wallman and wife Katie, Adam Wallman, Rachel Wallman, Joshua Wallman; great-grandchildren, Kennedy Wallman,
Brady Wallman; sister-in-law, Carol Wallman, Firth; nieces; nephews. Preceded in death by: parents, Louie and Sophina; brother,
Loren; granddaughter, Dana Faye Wallman.
- Information from the Lincoln Journal-Star.
Patrich "Pat" Hamlin, 56, Lincoln, died Tuesday (1/3/06):
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|Patrich "Pat" Hamlin, 56, Lincoln, died Tuesday (1/3/06) in Lincoln. Born, Hayes, Kan. (9/14/49),
to Raymond and Elizabeth (Hagel) Hamlin. Served, U.S. Army, Vietnam. Married, Duluth, Minn. (1/18/86), to Bonnie Sue King.
Employed as a biomedical technician repairing X-ray equipment. Lifetime member: ABATE; AA. Also belonged to: VFW Post 305,
American Legion; Disabled American Veterans.|
Survivors: wife, Bonnie; son, Sean and wife Miyuki Hamlin, Osaka, Japan;
daughters, Shelia and husband Ronald Burdock, Jamie and husband Ryan Treat, all Lincoln; father, Raymond and wife Jean Hamlin,
Wetmore, Kan.; sister, Colleen Hamlin and special friend Suzanne Walters, Richardson, Texas; brothers, Mark and wife Margaret
Hamlin, Duluth, Terry and wife Julie Hamlin, Minnesota ; stepbrothers, Bruce and wife Bonnie Peterson, Raymond Peterson, all
Minnesota; grandchildren, Troy and Emilee Burdock, Kayla Treat, all Lincoln, Lisa Hamlin, Osaka. Preceded in death by: mother;
Services: 11 a.m. Friday, Wyuka Funeral Home, 3600 O St. Reception with family, 5-8 p.m. today, with
7 p.m. rosary, funeral home. Memorials to family.
Published in the Lincoln Journal Star on 1/5/2006.
Sober since 1978, big in the AA program, primarily his home group at A Street & Folsom Ave. - Wild West A. Wayne sponsored
many, many individuals. He'd been battling lung cancer since July 2003. He passed away at night on 3 November 2005 at age
70. He was a funny, funny guy and we will miss him.
OBITUARY: Loving Husband, Loving Father & Good Friend, 70, of Lincoln. Died Thursday - 11/3 in Lincoln. Born; June 21,
1935 in Litchfield, Ne. to Harry F. and Lorena (Robey) Haller. Married Rose Marie Branch on June 20, 1959 in Mexico, Missouri.
Naval Aviator Honorably discharged in 1963. Graduate of Litchfield High School, attended Kearney State College and Wesleyan
University. Graduated from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. Worked as an Architect for the NE. Dept. of Roads and the State
of NE. Longtime member of the Christain Motorcycle Fellowship.
His passions were, motorcycles, football, reading and design.
VISITATION: Visitation will be Monday from 2-8PM with a 7:00 PM Rosary with family receiving friends from 6-8 PM at WYUKA
SERVICE: Funeral services will be 10:00 AM Tuesday November 8, 2005 at WYUKA Funeral Home Chapel with Fr. Joel Panzer
FAMILY: Survived by his wife: Rose Marie of Lincoln. Daughter & Son in Law: Diann and Harry Kroos of Lincoln. Sons:
Bruce F. Haller of Omaha; Brad F. Haller of Lincoln; and Michael D. Haller of Phoenix, AZ. Grandchildren; Harrison, Anna &
Brandon. Preceded by his parents.
CEMETERY: Private Family Interment
MEMORIALS: In Care of Matt Talbot Kitchen or North American Martyrs Catholic Church.
Joseph E. Uridil III, 55, Lincoln, died Saturday, (6/4/05):
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Joseph E. Uridil III, 55, Lincoln, died Saturday, (6/4/05).
Services: 10:30 a.m. 7 June 2005, Wyuka Funeral Home,
3600 O St. Graveside services: 3 p.m. 7 June 2005, Parkview Cemetery, Hastings. Memorials: family.
in the Lincoln Journal Star on 6/7/2005.
Joe served our Country in the Navy during the Vietnam War and he had 20 years of Sobriety.
Carl B. Oestmann
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Carl B. Oestmann, 61, Lincoln, died Monday (2/28/05). Born, Auburn. Operations manager, Service Master.
Survivors: wife, Jeanne; daughter, GiGi Oestmann, Lincoln; sons, Carl D., John, both Lincoln; brother, Ross, Bloomfield;
Memorial services: 1:30 p.m. Thursday, AA meeting room, 2748 S St. Memorials to the family through Tier One Bank. No visitation.
Roper & Sons Funeral Home, 4300 O St.
Published in the Lincoln Journal Star on 3/2/2005.
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Karen Ann - You added a lot of laughter to our meetings with your great sense of humor. We miss you!
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