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Bart, Darlene S., Age 86

Bart Darlene website

Date of Birth: 03/11/1931

Date of Death: 08/31/2017

Services: Saturday (9-9-17) 10:00 AM at Christ the King Catholic Church, Omaha, Nebraska.

Visitation: Friday (9-8-17) 5:30 to 7:00 PM with a Wake Service at 7:00 PM at the John A. Gentleman 72nd Street Chapel, Omaha, Nebraska and Saturday (9-9-17) 9:00 to 10:00 AM at Christ the King Catholic Church, Omaha, Nebraska.

Interment: Calvary Cemetery, Omaha, Nebraska.

Memorials: Christ the King Educational Trust or St. Columbkille Educational Trust.


Darlene is survived by daughter, Cindy (Robert) Billinger, Papillion, NE; son, Michael (Connie) Bart, Woodbury, MN.  Grandchildren, Joshua (Jennie) Billinger (great granddaughter, Jayla Ann Billinger) Omaha, NE; Michael Billinger, Lihue, Hawaii; Taylor (Abran) Bahn, Killeen TX; Elizabeth (Mark) Rowan, Aurora, CO; Christopher Bart, Catherine Bart, Woodbury, MN; Victoria Bart, Lincoln, NE.  Brother Gene (Jan) Savage, Sun Lakes, AZ; Richard (Barbara) Savage, Columbus, NE; Sisters in law, Marian (Maggie) Savage, Colorado Springs, CO; Ludmilla Bart, Van Nuys, CA; Elma Bart, Howells, NE; Vlasta Roubal, Dodge, NE and brother in law, Jim Bart of Dodge, NE.   As well as many treasured nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

Preceded in death by beloved husband, Harold of 46 years; infant daughter Mary Catherine; parents, Alois & Cecilia Savage, Sister, Frances Bonk and brother, Adrian (Doc) Savage.

Darlene was an Executive Secretary for Paxton-Mitchell Co. for over 40 years.  She loved her family, her grandchildren and was thrilled by the birth of her first great grandchild.  Both Darlene & Harold were founding parishioners of 50+ years in Christ the King Parish where she was a Eucharistic Minister.

She enjoyed the many splendors of the United States through many years of camping and hiking and was an amazingly accomplished seamstress and the best chocolate chip cookie baker EVER!

Her faith and her family were the most important facets of her life and we will treasure her memory and legacy forever.

Special thanks to Trinity Village (Lyndsy Engel & staff), Papillion Manor and the CHI Hospice Team who so lovingly cared for our Mother.

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  • Jamie McVicker-Little

    On behalf of your colleagues at the US Army Corps of Engineers, Levee Safety Program, we are saddened to hear about the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you celebrate her life. Sincerely, LSP Fundamentals Team

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