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The Plains Obituaries

Fredrick “Terry” Still, 70, of Elm Creek died May 15, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney.

He was born Feb. 17, 1938, in Curtis to Clarence and Freda (Mues) Still.

On June 19, 1970, he married Cheryl Milby in Kearney.

The family lived in several communities, including Ogallala, Sutherland, Denver and Saratoga, Wyo., before moving to Elm Creek in 1947. He graduated from Elm Creek High School in 1958 and attended Kearney State College.

He and his wife lived in Kearney before moving to Elm Creek in 1990. He was a 20-year employee of Baldwin Filters. Before that, he was a beekeeper and worked at Cornhusker Ammunition Plant in Grand Island, New Holland in Lexington and Agtronic in Kearney. His hobbies included World War II history, especially WWII aircraft, and shooting sports. He was a member of the National Rifle Association.

Survivors include his wife; sisters-in-law, Alice Still of Salt Lake City, Connie (Gary) Loseke of Fullerton and Marla (Steve) Bush of Lincoln; nephew, Ray (Carol) Still of Kearney; niece, Jan (Henry) Zoetmulder of Salt Lake City; brother-in-law, Marty (Priscilla) Milby of Fullerton; parents-in-law, Mary and Dale Milby of Fullerton; 13 grandnieces and grandnephews; and 11 great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Gordon.

Fredrick “Terry” Still, 70, of Elm Creek died May 15, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney.

He was born Feb. 17, 1938, in Curtis to Clarence and Freda (Mues) Still.

On June 19, 1970, he married Cheryl Milby in Kearney.

The family lived in several communities, including Ogallala, Sutherland, Denver and Saratoga, Wyo., before moving to Elm Creek in 1947. He graduated from Elm Creek High School in 1958 and attended Kearney State College.

He and his wife lived in Kearney before moving to Elm Creek in 1990. He was a 20-year employee of Baldwin Filters. Before that, he was a beekeeper and worked at Cornhusker Ammunition Plant in Grand Island, New Holland in Lexington and Agtronic in Kearney. His hobbies included World War II history, especially WWII aircraft, and shooting sports. He was a member of the National Rifle Association.

Survivors include his wife; sisters-in-law, Alice Still of Salt Lake City, Connie (Gary) Loseke of Fullerton and Marla (Steve) Bush of Lincoln; nephew, Ray (Carol) Still of Kearney; niece, Jan (Henry) Zoetmulder of Salt Lake City; brother-in-law, Marty (Priscilla) Milby of Fullerton; parents-in-law, Mary and Dale Milby of Fullerton; 13 grandnieces and grandnephews; and 11 great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Gordon.

Fredrick “Terry” Still, 70, of Elm Creek died May 15, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney.

He was born Feb. 17, 1938, in Curtis to Clarence and Freda (Mues) Still.

On June 19, 1970, he married Cheryl Milby in Kearney.

The family lived in several communities, including Ogallala, Sutherland, Denver and Saratoga, Wyo., before moving to Elm Creek in 1947. He graduated from Elm Creek High School in 1958 and attended Kearney State College.

He and his wife lived in Kearney before moving to Elm Creek in 1990. He was a 20-year employee of Baldwin Filters. Before that, he was a beekeeper and worked at Cornhusker Ammunition Plant in Grand Island, New Holland in Lexington and Agtronic in Kearney. His hobbies included World War II history, especially WWII aircraft, and shooting sports. He was a member of the National Rifle Association.

Survivors include his wife; sisters-in-law, Alice Still of Salt Lake City, Connie (Gary) Loseke of Fullerton and Marla (Steve) Bush of Lincoln; nephew, Ray (Carol) Still of Kearney; niece, Jan (Henry) Zoetmulder of Salt Lake City; brother-in-law, Marty (Priscilla) Milby of Fullerton; parents-in-law, Mary and Dale Milby of Fullerton; 13 grandnieces and grandnephews; and 11 great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Gordon.