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Patrick Allen Lashley, 57 of Stapleton died March 28, 2008, at the VA Hospital in Omaha.

He was born Oct. 7, 1950, to George and Neva (Schnase) Lashley in Hastings, Neb. He attended school in Hastings, graduating from Hastings High School in 1968.

He served in the United States Navy, serving in Vietnam. He married Nancy Busing on

Nov. 30, 1974, in Fairbury and to this union three children were born.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing especially with his sons, daughter, brother, nephews and grandchildren. He was an avid golfer. He was involved in various enterprises, including Lashley Lumber, which had the longest mobile saw mill in the United States. He then started trucking lumber and other loads, which continues to this day. He generously donated meat and produce to the Logan County Seniors.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy of Stapleton; a daughter, Elizabeth Lashley at home; two sons, Edward (Deondra) Lashley, and their children Mason and Grady of Milford, and Adam (Lisa) Lashley of Broken Bow; mother and step-father, Jim and Neva Semotan of Hastings; brothers, Mike (Jackie) Lashley and Joe (Cheryl) Lashley all of North Platte; step-brothers, Jim (Ann) Semotan III of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Tim (Chea) Semotan of Little Rock, Arkansas; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, George Lashley; and his grandparents, Ed and Bertha Schnase and Steve and Nellie Stephens.

Patrick Allen Lashley, 57 of Stapleton died March 28, 2008, at the VA Hospital in Omaha.

He was born Oct. 7, 1950, to George and Neva (Schnase) Lashley in Hastings, Neb. He attended school in Hastings, graduating from Hastings High School in 1968.

He served in the United States Navy, serving in Vietnam. He married Nancy Busing on

Nov. 30, 1974, in Fairbury and to this union three children were born.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing especially with his sons, daughter, brother, nephews and grandchildren. He was an avid golfer. He was involved in various enterprises, including Lashley Lumber, which had the longest mobile saw mill in the United States. He then started trucking lumber and other loads, which continues to this day. He generously donated meat and produce to the Logan County Seniors.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy of Stapleton; a daughter, Elizabeth Lashley at home; two sons, Edward (Deondra) Lashley, and their children Mason and Grady of Milford, and Adam (Lisa) Lashley of Broken Bow; mother and step-father, Jim and Neva Semotan of Hastings; brothers, Mike (Jackie) Lashley and Joe (Cheryl) Lashley all of North Platte; step-brothers, Jim (Ann) Semotan III of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Tim (Chea) Semotan of Little Rock, Arkansas; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, George Lashley; and his grandparents, Ed and Bertha Schnase and Steve and Nellie Stephens.

Patrick Allen Lashley, 57 of Stapleton died March 28, 2008, at the VA Hospital in Omaha.

He was born Oct. 7, 1950, to George and Neva (Schnase) Lashley in Hastings, Neb. He attended school in Hastings, graduating from Hastings High School in 1968.

He served in the United States Navy, serving in Vietnam. He married Nancy Busing on

Nov. 30, 1974, in Fairbury and to this union three children were born.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing especially with his sons, daughter, brother, nephews and grandchildren. He was an avid golfer. He was involved in various enterprises, including Lashley Lumber, which had the longest mobile saw mill in the United States. He then started trucking lumber and other loads, which continues to this day. He generously donated meat and produce to the Logan County Seniors.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy of Stapleton; a daughter, Elizabeth Lashley at home; two sons, Edward (Deondra) Lashley, and their children Mason and Grady of Milford, and Adam (Lisa) Lashley of Broken Bow; mother and step-father, Jim and Neva Semotan of Hastings; brothers, Mike (Jackie) Lashley and Joe (Cheryl) Lashley all of North Platte; step-brothers, Jim (Ann) Semotan III of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Tim (Chea) Semotan of Little Rock, Arkansas; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, George Lashley; and his grandparents, Ed and Bertha Schnase and Steve and Nellie Stephens.

Patrick Allen Lashley, 57 of Stapleton died March 28, 2008, at the VA Hospital in Omaha.

He was born Oct. 7, 1950, to George and Neva (Schnase) Lashley in Hastings, Neb. He attended school in Hastings, graduating from Hastings High School in 1968.

He served in the United States Navy, serving in Vietnam. He married Nancy Busing on

Nov. 30, 1974, in Fairbury and to this union three children were born.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing especially with his sons, daughter, brother, nephews and grandchildren. He was an avid golfer. He was involved in various enterprises, including Lashley Lumber, which had the longest mobile saw mill in the United States. He then started trucking lumber and other loads, which continues to this day. He generously donated meat and produce to the Logan County Seniors.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy of Stapleton; a daughter, Elizabeth Lashley at home; two sons, Edward (Deondra) Lashley, and their children Mason and Grady of Milford, and Adam (Lisa) Lashley of Broken Bow; mother and step-father, Jim and Neva Semotan of Hastings; brothers, Mike (Jackie) Lashley and Joe (Cheryl) Lashley all of North Platte; step-brothers, Jim (Ann) Semotan III of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Tim (Chea) Semotan of Little Rock, Arkansas; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, George Lashley; and his grandparents, Ed and Bertha Schnase and Steve and Nellie Stephens.


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