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Calvin C. Bahr
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Papillion, NE. Veteran of the US Army, Calvin served during the Korean War. He worked for Illinois Central as a Railroad Section Foreman, at Kelly Springfield Tire Co in many capacities, including Department Foreman, and self employed as a Home and Lawn maintenance service company. Calvin loved hunting and the outdoors. He will be fondly remembered as a jack of all trades, willing to help anyone who asked, and his passion for repurposing. Calvin was the only person with a carpeted garage-nothing was garbage until he said it was! He was a faithful member of Schapville Presbyterian Church in his youth and of the Scales Mound United Methodist Church in married life.
Preceded in death by his wife, Miriam Bahr; parents, Herbert and Bernice (Stadel) Bahr; sister, Verlea Heller. Survived by son, Calvin K. (Ellen) Bahr; daughter, Courtney K. (Joe) Raab; grandchildren: Wendy Bahr, Bobbie Jo Bahr, Amber (Ricardo) Serenil, Jeffery Raab and Alicia (Blake) James; great grandchildren: Seth, Amarhea, Mariana and Leonardo; sisters, Bernita Bourquin, Alberta Tyson and Lea Mea Anderberg. The world lost one of the good ones.
Memorial Service Friday, Feb 9, 2018 at 11:00AM at John A. Gentleman Mortuaries Bellevue Chapel. Interment with Military Honors at the Omaha National Cemetery preceding the memorial service.

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10:00 AM
Omaha National Cemetery

14250 Schram Rd
Omaha, NE 68138

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11:00 AM
John A Gentleman Mortuaries - Bellevue/Sarpy County Chapel

3402 Samson Way
Bellevue, NE 68123


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