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, 54, of Farnam died April 9, 2007, at the Nebraska Heart Institute in Lincoln.

He was born Dec. 2, 1952, at Fort Dodge, Iowa, to LuVerne and Betty (Young) Johnson. At the age of two the family moved to California.

He received his schooling in Orange County and moved back to Nebraska to marry Lowenn Cook at Litchfield and later went back to King City, Calif., where a son Terry II was born.

He worked in and around the oil fields and was a certified welder on the pipelines. They moved back to Overton where another son, Kurtis was born in Sargent. He worked for New Holland in Lexington until they closed and he and Lowenn purchased Johnson Bait and Tackle south of Lexington.

They divorced in 1984 and he was united in marriage to Marlene (Kramer) Green on Aug. 10, 1985. At this time he operated the bait shop and worked for Monroe Auto in Cozad. He later worked for Valley sales as a welder until his health would no longer let him, a skill he loved. He sold the bait shop and managed the Bridge Street Liquor store for 7 years until it was closed and became employed for Goshen Rubber in Gothenburg after moving to Farnam. He worked there, now known as Parker Tech Seal, until the time of his death.

He loved hunting and fishing and in his spare time he reloaded for other people as well as himself and made shot for trap shooting out of old wheel weights. His son-in-law commented, “he would be chosen as his lifeline if he was ever on Who wants to be a Millionaire,” because of his knowledge on so many things.

Survivors include his wife, Marlene (nickname Charley) of Farnam; six children, Michael (Penny) Green of Paxton, Georgia (Jeff) Karel of Cozad, Terry II Johnson of Brighton, Tenn., Timothy Johnson of Dracut, Mass., Donna Johnson (Brown) of Nashua, N.H., and Kurtis Johnson of Memphis, Tenn.; 10 grandchildren Darsi Jones, Lacey Green, Taryn Johnson, Quinton Karel, Xavier Brown, Alayna Brown, Nathan Karel, Braden Johnson, Terry III and Stacie Green; one brother, Jr. (Deb) Johnson of Gothenburg; many brothers and sister-in-laws, Viola Kramer of Axtell, Willie (Virginia) Kramer of Kearney, Linda (Ron) Chrisman of Gothenburg, Florence Sims of Mesquite, Texas, Gloria (Steve) Shingleton of Albuquerque, N.M., Lynette (Steve) Krab of Paxton, Leonard Laverne (Kathy) Kramer of Stapleton, William Kramer of Dallas, Texas, Tina (Rick) Terry of Magna, Utah; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and his mother and father-in-law Leonard and Joy Kramer of Stapleton.

, 29, of Minatare died April 4, 2007, in Alliance.

He was born on Aug. 22, 1977, at Sioux Falls, S.D. He farmed and ranched after graduation.

He was united in marriage to Keele Loomis and June 9, 2001, in Alliance. They moved to Angora, Neb., later moving to Minatare. He worked for Stuart’s Feedlot, later Weinreis Land and Cattle.

He enjoyed all kinds of sports; baseball, football, basketball and golf. He especially loved roping. He was a devoted son, husband, father and friend and will be missed by all who knew him.

Survivors include his wife, Keele, and sons, Coy and Corbyn of the home; parents, Ed and Deloris Fleming of Bayard; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins and niece and nephew, Shawn Teppert, Jr. and Natalie Teppert.

He was preceded in death my his paternal grandparents, maternal grandfather and three uncles.

, 54, of Farnam died April 9, 2007, at the Nebraska Heart Institute in Lincoln.

He was born Dec. 2, 1952, at Fort Dodge, Iowa, to LuVerne and Betty (Young) Johnson. At the age of two the family moved to California.

He received his schooling in Orange County and moved back to Nebraska to marry Lowenn Cook at Litchfield and later went back to King City, Calif., where a son Terry II was born.

He worked in and around the oil fields and was a certified welder on the pipelines. They moved back to Overton where another son, Kurtis was born in Sargent. He worked for New Holland in Lexington until they closed and he and Lowenn purchased Johnson Bait and Tackle south of Lexington.

They divorced in 1984 and he was united in marriage to Marlene (Kramer) Green on Aug. 10, 1985. At this time he operated the bait shop and worked for Monroe Auto in Cozad. He later worked for Valley sales as a welder until his health would no longer let him, a skill he loved. He sold the bait shop and managed the Bridge Street Liquor store for 7 years until it was closed and became employed for Goshen Rubber in Gothenburg after moving to Farnam. He worked there, now known as Parker Tech Seal, until the time of his death.

He loved hunting and fishing and in his spare time he reloaded for other people as well as himself and made shot for trap shooting out of old wheel weights. His son-in-law commented, “he would be chosen as his lifeline if he was ever on Who wants to be a Millionaire,” because of his knowledge on so many things.

Survivors include his wife, Marlene (nickname Charley) of Farnam; six children, Michael (Penny) Green of Paxton, Georgia (Jeff) Karel of Cozad, Terry II Johnson of Brighton, Tenn., Timothy Johnson of Dracut, Mass., Donna Johnson (Brown) of Nashua, N.H., and Kurtis Johnson of Memphis, Tenn.; 10 grandchildren Darsi Jones, Lacey Green, Taryn Johnson, Quinton Karel, Xavier Brown, Alayna Brown, Nathan Karel, Braden Johnson, Terry III and Stacie Green; one brother, Jr. (Deb) Johnson of Gothenburg; many brothers and sister-in-laws, Viola Kramer of Axtell, Willie (Virginia) Kramer of Kearney, Linda (Ron) Chrisman of Gothenburg, Florence Sims of Mesquite, Texas, Gloria (Steve) Shingleton of Albuquerque, N.M., Lynette (Steve) Krab of Paxton, Leonard Laverne (Kathy) Kramer of Stapleton, William Kramer of Dallas, Texas, Tina (Rick) Terry of Magna, Utah; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and his mother and father-in-law Leonard and Joy Kramer of Stapleton.

, 29, of Minatare died April 4, 2007, in Alliance.

He was born on Aug. 22, 1977, at Sioux Falls, S.D. He farmed and ranched after graduation.

He was united in marriage to Keele Loomis and June 9, 2001, in Alliance. They moved to Angora, Neb., later moving to Minatare. He worked for Stuart’s Feedlot, later Weinreis Land and Cattle.

He enjoyed all kinds of sports; baseball, football, basketball and golf. He especially loved roping. He was a devoted son, husband, father and friend and will be missed by all who knew him.

Survivors include his wife, Keele, and sons, Coy and Corbyn of the home; parents, Ed and Deloris Fleming of Bayard; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins and niece and nephew, Shawn Teppert, Jr. and Natalie Teppert.

He was preceded in death my his paternal grandparents, maternal grandfather and three uncles.

, 54, of Farnam died April 9, 2007, at the Nebraska Heart Institute in Lincoln.

He was born Dec. 2, 1952, at Fort Dodge, Iowa, to LuVerne and Betty (Young) Johnson. At the age of two the family moved to California.

He received his schooling in Orange County and moved back to Nebraska to marry Lowenn Cook at Litchfield and later went back to King City, Calif., where a son Terry II was born.

He worked in and around the oil fields and was a certified welder on the pipelines. They moved back to Overton where another son, Kurtis was born in Sargent. He worked for New Holland in Lexington until they closed and he and Lowenn purchased Johnson Bait and Tackle south of Lexington.

They divorced in 1984 and he was united in marriage to Marlene (Kramer) Green on Aug. 10, 1985. At this time he operated the bait shop and worked for Monroe Auto in Cozad. He later worked for Valley sales as a welder until his health would no longer let him, a skill he loved. He sold the bait shop and managed the Bridge Street Liquor store for 7 years until it was closed and became employed for Goshen Rubber in Gothenburg after moving to Farnam. He worked there, now known as Parker Tech Seal, until the time of his death.

He loved hunting and fishing and in his spare time he reloaded for other people as well as himself and made shot for trap shooting out of old wheel weights. His son-in-law commented, “he would be chosen as his lifeline if he was ever on Who wants to be a Millionaire,” because of his knowledge on so many things.

Survivors include his wife, Marlene (nickname Charley) of Farnam; six children, Michael (Penny) Green of Paxton, Georgia (Jeff) Karel of Cozad, Terry II Johnson of Brighton, Tenn., Timothy Johnson of Dracut, Mass., Donna Johnson (Brown) of Nashua, N.H., and Kurtis Johnson of Memphis, Tenn.; 10 grandchildren Darsi Jones, Lacey Green, Taryn Johnson, Quinton Karel, Xavier Brown, Alayna Brown, Nathan Karel, Braden Johnson, Terry III and Stacie Green; one brother, Jr. (Deb) Johnson of Gothenburg; many brothers and sister-in-laws, Viola Kramer of Axtell, Willie (Virginia) Kramer of Kearney, Linda (Ron) Chrisman of Gothenburg, Florence Sims of Mesquite, Texas, Gloria (Steve) Shingleton of Albuquerque, N.M., Lynette (Steve) Krab of Paxton, Leonard Laverne (Kathy) Kramer of Stapleton, William Kramer of Dallas, Texas, Tina (Rick) Terry of Magna, Utah; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and his mother and father-in-law Leonard and Joy Kramer of Stapleton.

, 29, of Minatare died April 4, 2007, in Alliance.

He was born on Aug. 22, 1977, at Sioux Falls, S.D. He farmed and ranched after graduation.

He was united in marriage to Keele Loomis and June 9, 2001, in Alliance. They moved to Angora, Neb., later moving to Minatare. He worked for Stuart’s Feedlot, later Weinreis Land and Cattle.

He enjoyed all kinds of sports; baseball, football, basketball and golf. He especially loved roping. He was a devoted son, husband, father and friend and will be missed by all who knew him.

Survivors include his wife, Keele, and sons, Coy and Corbyn of the home; parents, Ed and Deloris Fleming of Bayard; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins and niece and nephew, Shawn Teppert, Jr. and Natalie Teppert.

He was preceded in death my his paternal grandparents, maternal grandfather and three uncles.


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