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Michael McMahon, 62

McMahon Michael

Date of Birth: 7/30/1952

Date of Death: 10/23/2014

Services: Funeral Mass Monday, October 27, , 2014 at 10:30AM at St Matthew Catholic Church 12210 S. 36th St Bellevue, Nebraska

Visitation: Sunday, October 26, 2014 4:00-6:00PM at John A. Gentleman Bellevue Chapel

Wake: Sunday 6:00PM

 
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John A. DiMauro, 61

DiMauro John website

Date of Birth: 2/15/1953

Date of Death: 10/22/2014

Services: Funeral Service Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 10:00AM at John A. Gentleman Mortuaries 72nd St Chapel

Visitation: Monday, October, 27, 2014 5:00-8:00PM at the funeral home.

Loving husband, dad, grandpa, son, brother, and coach.  Preceded in death by mother, Shirley; brother, Jim; granddaughter, Ronnie.  Survived by wife, Gerri; daughter, Christina (Adam) Walker; sons, Willie and Michael DiMauro; grandchildren, Alyssia, Destiny, Jasmine, Devin, Sam, Sophia, and Maddyn; brothers, Tony DiMauro (Greg Collamer) and Steve DiMauro; sisters, Debbie (Louie) Salcedo and Sharon Strong; father, Joseph DiMauro; many aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family and friends.

Ramona A. Walla

Walla Ramona website

Date of Birth: 03/01/1922

Date of Death: 10/22/2014

Services: Memorial service Monday (10-27-2014) 10:30 AM at St. Pius X Catholic Church, Omaha, Nebraska.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers memorials to American Red Cross

Director of American Red Cross for many years.
Survived by nieces, Pam Meyers of Wisc., Patricia Moran of Wyo., Mary Tess (Bob) Sanders of Ne., Susan Smith of Canada, Mary Jo Leslie of Canada; nephew, Robert Moran of Ne; several great nieces and nephews and great great nieces and nephews.

Barbara Loucks Berger, 87

Berger Barbara

Date of Birth: September 24, 1927

Date of Death: October 18, 2014

Services: Thursday 11am at Countryside Community Church.

Memorials are suggested to Brownell-Talbot School, the Colonial Dames, Creche Children's Center, Nebraska Theatre Caravan c/o Omaha Community Playhouse, Wellesley College or your favorite charity.

 

Preceded in death by her husband, Alvin B. Berger, a long-time Omaha Business man and owner of Midwest Premium Linen Company; and her brother, John Loucks of Naples, FL. Survived by son, Robert H. Berger (Sharyl) Berger; daughter, Carol Berger; grandchildren, Tab and Samantha, all Omaha; sister-in-law, Cory Loucks of Naples, FL; sister, MJ Neiswander of Cleveland, OH, Patty L. Carlson of Palm Harbor, FL. Mrs. Berger was the Arts Education Coordinator of the Nebraska Arts Council from 1981-1987. In 1984, Gov. Bob Kerry made her an Admiral in the Nebraska Navy. For several years prior to that time, she was the Assistant Manager for the Nebraska Theatre Caravan, the professional touring wing of the Omaha Community Playhouse. She was Past President of the Omaha Junior League, the Creche Children's Center and the National Society of Colonial Dames-Nebraska. She was Queen of Ak-Sar-Ben in 1954. Just after being honored by Ak-Sar-Ben, Barbara was stopped and received a speeding ticket. When she approached the judge, he said "I have no authority over royalty" and dismissed the ticket. She served on the board of the Nebraska Women's Golf Association for many years and was an 8-time Women's Golf Champion at the Omaha Country Club.

Donald F. Fangman, M.D., 92

Fangman Donald prayer card

Date of Birth: May 14, 1922

Date of Death: October 19, 2014

Services: Friday, 10am at St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church

Visitation: Wake Service will be held Thursday, 7pm at the 72nd Street Chapel

Interment: Resurrection Cemetery

Memorials to C.U.E.S.

Preceded in death by wife, Polly; son, Donald, Jr.; daughter, Lauren Fangman Walkup; grandson, Mark Musacchio; sister and brother-in-law, Mary Kay (Dr. Richard) Kay Tighe. Survived by daughter, Patrice Fangman; son-in-law, Keith Walkup; grandchildren, Ashley, Lori and Clint Walkup, Shannon (Adam) Herink; four great grandsons; siblings, Dr. Richard Fangman, Dr. Thomas (Barbara) Fangman, Dr. Terrance (Toni) Fangman, Marguerite Stejskal, Dr. Michael Fangman, Mrs. Patricia (Lloyd) Courage; nieces and nephews. Dr. Fangman was a graduate of Creighton University and a 1951 graduate of the Creighton School of Medicine, where he specialized in Obstetrics and Gynecology. For 42 years Dr. Fangman practiced medicine in Dallas, TX. From 1957 until his retirement in 1999 he was on staff at several hospitals including, Medical City Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital, Parkland Hospital and St. Paul Hospital. He served as President of the Staff at St. Paul Hospital from 1970-1971. He served as Chief of Staff for the OB-GYN Residency Program at the St. Paul Hospital. In 1979, he was honored to be listed in the Best Doctors in America publication. During his years of Medicine, he was very proud of the fact that he assisted in bringing thousands of babies into the world. In 2005, Dr. Fangman returned to his hometown, Omaha where he continued his favorite endeavor, Golf, with his brothers and brothers-in-law. Dr. Fangman wanted everyone to know how proud he was to be in the Fangman family. He wished to tell everyone that he loved them and wanted to say good bye.