Marolyn (Garey) Moore, 78, of Lincoln, formerly of Beatrice, passed away on Dec. 27, 2015. She was born July 13, 1937 at Oxford, Neb., to Everett Garey and Mildred (Harlan) Garey. She grew up in Beaver City, graduated in 1955 from Beaver City High School. She attended Hastings College for two years. She worked for the Federal Government until she moved to Beatrice in 1959, where she worked for the Beatrice National Bank. She married John Moore in 1960. She became a homemaker and later worked for Immigration in Lincoln for 10 years. She loved her children, grandchildren, college and pro football, all Nebraska sports and Nebraska football the most. She attended many games, both home and away.
Survivors include her husband of 55 years, John Moore of Lincoln; daughter Katharine (Kate) (Mark) Winter, Valparaiso; daughter Kimberly Moore, (Laurie Martinez) and grandson Max, Lincoln; and son Garey (Jane) Moore, grandsons Nicholas and Spencer, Sioux Falls, SD.; brother Everett (Mars) Garey, many nieces, nephews. She was preceded in death by her... http://beatricedailysun.com/news/local/obituaries/marolyn-garey-moore/article_f7401ae0-a153-560e-9249-9558e88ebaef.html
Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015 at the Fox Funeral Home of Beatrice, with Pastor Nathan Metzger officiating. Cremation has taken place and there will be no viewing or visitation. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established to Lindsey’s college fund. A register book is available online for signatures and messages of condolence at www.foxfuneralhome.net. Fox Funeral Home of Beatrice is in charge of the arrangements.
Malcolm Christian Schulz III, and ancestor Richard Warren; Margaret Manette Martha Power (escort Benjamin Stickney Morrison) and Caroline Elise Beatrice Power (escort William Chase Thompson Power) — Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Douglas Power of Illinois, and ancestor William Bradford; and Ashley O’Neill Monaghan — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monaghan III, Lt. Commander Donald Richard Toso Jr., and ancestor Richard Warren.
Balancing the coterie were ladies in waiting Misses Katherine Michelle Bickham, Elizabeth Catherine Miller, and Cecelia Frances Zimmermann, whose respective parents are the Mark A. Bickhams, the Steven E. Millers, and the Paul Zimmermanns – and the squires, James Raymond Villa, Serguis Elmore Centanni, and Blake Linden Giacone.
Also, damsel Catherine Marie Zimmermann (daughter of the above Zimmermanns) and senior page John Colby Shannon; and flower girl Lucy Jane Toso, daughter of the Patrick Jonathan Tosos, and junior page Aidan Steffens.
Parents of the above young men escorts are Dr. and Mrs. Malcom Albert Schulz II, the Campbell Cary Morrisons, the Powers, Dr. Donald Richard Toso and Mrs. Ozenberger, the Jack A. Villas, John and Dr. Eva Blanche Centanni, the Brad Linden Giacones, the Jay Laird Shannons, and Mr. Peter Steffens and Mrs. Karen Thibodeaux. History to the fore.
The well decked halls of Muriel’s at Jackson Square was the venue for the recent Patio Planters Jazz Brunch. It was also steps away from the spot where Patio Planters, the garden and social service club of the French Quarter, sponsored the huge Caroling in Jackson Square two days ago. Thousands of carolers assembled.
For the brunch brigade, the numbers tallied 117, all admiring the restaurant’s 12-foot Christmas tree and many other festive accents. The Planters’ members and friends relished the menu with such favorites as grits and grillades, eggs Benedict and pecan praline bread pudding. Lots of mimosas and sparkling wine were among the liquid accompaniment.
Delighting the ear was the unamplified music by Jerry Christopher’s Big Easy Jazz Band. “It’s wonderful,... http://www.theneworleansadvocate.com/features/14326026-171/nell-nolan-prc-patron-party-mayflower-cotillion-patio-planters-jazz-brunch