Page County, Iowa obituaries - N - names
Nebe, Emil Henry – Emil H. Nebe, who will be remembered by many Clarinda people, died last Thursday morning at his home in Atlantic, after a short illness of about two weeks. The funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 4 pm at the residence, and were conducted by Rev E.E. IlgenFritz, assisted by Rev C.W. Reeder. The Knights of Pythias lodge of Atlantic was in charge and after the services at Atlantic the body was taken Saturday morning to Glenwood where burial services were held at 2 o’clock and the body laid to rest in the Glenwood cemetery. Mr Nebe was born at Glenwood, Ia, Nov 1, 1875. His mother died about five years ago and she also was buried in the cemetery at Glenwood. He was married in Nov 1898, to Miss Addie E. Hitchcock at College Springs. About eight or ten years ago, he and his brother Frank located here in the boot and shoe business in the building now occupied by the Beam Shoe Co., where they continued to do a fine business for about two years when they sold out and went to Glenwood, where they associated in the same business with their father, and in September, 1901, the brothers went to Atlantic, where they have continued a very successful business up to the present time. Mr Nebe had a host of friends here in Clarinda, as well as in Glenwood and Atlantic, where he had lived the greater part of his life. He was a member of the Methodist church and was a great worker in that institution. His death was the result of a hemorrage of the bowels. As a tribute to his memory nearly all of the business houses of the town closed their doors and suspended business Friday afternoon during the time of the funeral.
Clarinda Herald, Clarinda, Iowa, Jan 10, 1905
Nelson, Leland R. – Leland Nelson is buried at Bethesda – Bethesda (Special) Services for Leland R. Nelson, 35, are to be held Friday at 2:30 pm at the Bethesda Lutheran church following his death Tuesday at the Methodist hospital in Omaha.
Mr Nelson had been ill with cancer since September, being in and out of the hospital during the six months. His final hospitalization was during the week preceding his death.
Born in Shenandoah Nov 26, 1928, Mr Nelson had spent a lifetime in the Essex and Bethesda vicinity, farming except for two years during the Korean Conflict, 1951-53, that he was in the US Army.
His wife, formerly Wilda Anderson, and three sons, Larry 6, Kevin 4, and Clair 2, are of the home in Douglas township. His parents are Mr and Mrs Leonard Nelson, his sister Mrs Wayne (Rogene) Sederburg of the Bethesda vicinity. Mrs G.A. Nelson of Essex is a grandparent.
The Rev David Henry of the Bethesda Lutheran church will officiate at the services, the Carson-Hackett funeral home of Essex being in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in the Bethesda cemetery.
Clarinda Herald-Journal, Clarinda, Iowa, March 5, 1964
Elizabeth, a longtime Longmont resident, passed away Thursday, June 30,
2005, of congestive heart failure. She would have been 93 on July 30, 2005.
She died peacefully at home in San Diego with her son at her side.
services will be held 2:00 P.M., Saturday, September 16, 2006 at Maple Hill
Cemetery, College Springs, Iowa with Rev. Brian Bontrager
officiating. There will be open visitation at the Walker-Merrick Funeral
Home. Burial will be in the Maple Hill Cemetery.
Nothwehr, Arthur John Fred, the
son of John and Doretta Sump Nothwehr,
was born August 7, 1915, on the Nothwehr farm north
of Yorktown, Iowa. His childhood years were spent in Yorktown, where he was
baptized, confirmed and educated at the St. Paul's Lutheran School and
Church. Following his schooling, Arthur began farming with his father.
Funeral services were held at the First Methodist United Church in Shenandoah, Iowa, at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 17, 1995, for Gratis "Trigger" Nuckolls of Shenandoah. Reverend Roger Madden officiated. Burial was made in Rose Hill Cemetery in Shenandoah under the direction of Hackett Funeral Home of Shenandoah.
Gratis "Trigger" Garfield Nuckolls, age 58, passed away Saturday evening, January 14, 1995, at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital in Shenandoah. He was born October 25, 1936, in
Blanchard, Page County, Iowa, to Annabelle Lee (McCoy) and (Buddy) Sharon Pearl Nuckolls. He graduated from Westboro High School in Westboro, Missouri, in 1955.
On July 11,1954, Trigger was united in marriage to Lillian Lorene Murphy at the Northboro Parish in Northboro, Iowa. They made their home in Blanchard for three years before moving to Shenandoah. Trigger was a loving husband, father and grandfather whose family was an important part of this life. He was always there to lend a helping hand to everyone that needed one. Through the years he enjoyed hunting, fishing and sporting activities.
Trigger was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Shenandoah and also enjoyed his membership in the Shenandoah Elks Lodge. For the past 15 years Bud was employed by Select Motors in Shenandoah. He had always been a mechanic by trade and saw many changes in the auto industry through the years. He was also a partner with his wife, Lorene, in the ownership of T & L Spirits for the last eight years.
Survivors include: Bud's wife, Lorene, of Shenandoah; their four children, Toni Kaye Graham and husband, David, Shenandoah, Tim Garfield Nuckolls and wife, Annette, of Shenandoah, Tina Lorene Kilpatrick and husband, Michael, Thurman, Iowa, and Todd Marshall Nuckolls and wife, Cynthia Lynn, Shenandoah; 11 grandchildren; one brother, Jerry Wayne Nuckolls, Shenandoah; a greatuncle, Shannon Ellsworth Nuckolls, Loveland, Colorado; and a host of other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, and an infant son, Gratis Gee Nuckolls, who died in 1957. Memorials may be directed to the Shenandoah High School Weight Room or the First United Methodist Church. [Tarkio Avalanche, Tarkio, Missouri, Jan 19, 1995]