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Rocky Mountain Obituaries 12-25-10

Douglas G. Haskell, 68, of Ainsworth died on Dec. 8, 2010, at his home, after an extended illness.

He was born on June 26, 1942, in Ainsworth, Neb., to C. Hubert and Nattellia (Johnson) Haskell

He was a lifelong Brown County rancher. He graduated from high school at the University of Nebraska, School of Agriculture in Curtis, Neb., in 1960.



He married Helen Brown on June 9, 1962, in Long Pine, Neb. They made their home on the Haskell family ranch in south Brown County. To this union four sons were born, Gordon, Jim, Scott and Monte. The majority of his life was spent on the ranch where he raised his family. Doug was also a local brand inspector for the State of Nebraska Brand Committee, for 35 years, which was a position which he loved and respected.

Survivors include his wife, Helen of 48 years of Ainsworth; and sons, Gordon (Mary Lynn) of Madison, Neb., James (Carey), Scott, and Monte (Julie) all of Ainsworth; brother, Dave (Sue) of Ainsworth; sisters, Bonnie (Bob) Macfee of Loveland, Colo., Jinx (Merl) Hedrick of Ainsworth, Toni (Rod) Petrie of Thedford, Teresa (Mick) Jefferis of Ainsworth; 10 grandchildren, plus numerous nieces and nephews.



He was preceded in death by his parents; infant sister, Lexa, and sister, Penny; parents-in-law, and grandson, Tyler.

Douglas G. Haskell, 68, of Ainsworth died on Dec. 8, 2010, at his home, after an extended illness.

He was born on June 26, 1942, in Ainsworth, Neb., to C. Hubert and Nattellia (Johnson) Haskell

He was a lifelong Brown County rancher. He graduated from high school at the University of Nebraska, School of Agriculture in Curtis, Neb., in 1960.

He married Helen Brown on June 9, 1962, in Long Pine, Neb. They made their home on the Haskell family ranch in south Brown County. To this union four sons were born, Gordon, Jim, Scott and Monte. The majority of his life was spent on the ranch where he raised his family. Doug was also a local brand inspector for the State of Nebraska Brand Committee, for 35 years, which was a position which he loved and respected.

Survivors include his wife, Helen of 48 years of Ainsworth; and sons, Gordon (Mary Lynn) of Madison, Neb., James (Carey), Scott, and Monte (Julie) all of Ainsworth; brother, Dave (Sue) of Ainsworth; sisters, Bonnie (Bob) Macfee of Loveland, Colo., Jinx (Merl) Hedrick of Ainsworth, Toni (Rod) Petrie of Thedford, Teresa (Mick) Jefferis of Ainsworth; 10 grandchildren, plus numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; infant sister, Lexa, and sister, Penny; parents-in-law, and grandson, Tyler.

Douglas G. Haskell, 68, of Ainsworth died on Dec. 8, 2010, at his home, after an extended illness.

He was born on June 26, 1942, in Ainsworth, Neb., to C. Hubert and Nattellia (Johnson) Haskell

He was a lifelong Brown County rancher. He graduated from high school at the University of Nebraska, School of Agriculture in Curtis, Neb., in 1960.

He married Helen Brown on June 9, 1962, in Long Pine, Neb. They made their home on the Haskell family ranch in south Brown County. To this union four sons were born, Gordon, Jim, Scott and Monte. The majority of his life was spent on the ranch where he raised his family. Doug was also a local brand inspector for the State of Nebraska Brand Committee, for 35 years, which was a position which he loved and respected.

Survivors include his wife, Helen of 48 years of Ainsworth; and sons, Gordon (Mary Lynn) of Madison, Neb., James (Carey), Scott, and Monte (Julie) all of Ainsworth; brother, Dave (Sue) of Ainsworth; sisters, Bonnie (Bob) Macfee of Loveland, Colo., Jinx (Merl) Hedrick of Ainsworth, Toni (Rod) Petrie of Thedford, Teresa (Mick) Jefferis of Ainsworth; 10 grandchildren, plus numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; infant sister, Lexa, and sister, Penny; parents-in-law, and grandson, Tyler.

Douglas G. Haskell, 68, of Ainsworth died on Dec. 8, 2010, at his home, after an extended illness.

He was born on June 26, 1942, in Ainsworth, Neb., to C. Hubert and Nattellia (Johnson) Haskell

He was a lifelong Brown County rancher. He graduated from high school at the University of Nebraska, School of Agriculture in Curtis, Neb., in 1960.

He married Helen Brown on June 9, 1962, in Long Pine, Neb. They made their home on the Haskell family ranch in south Brown County. To this union four sons were born, Gordon, Jim, Scott and Monte. The majority of his life was spent on the ranch where he raised his family. Doug was also a local brand inspector for the State of Nebraska Brand Committee, for 35 years, which was a position which he loved and respected.

Survivors include his wife, Helen of 48 years of Ainsworth; and sons, Gordon (Mary Lynn) of Madison, Neb., James (Carey), Scott, and Monte (Julie) all of Ainsworth; brother, Dave (Sue) of Ainsworth; sisters, Bonnie (Bob) Macfee of Loveland, Colo., Jinx (Merl) Hedrick of Ainsworth, Toni (Rod) Petrie of Thedford, Teresa (Mick) Jefferis of Ainsworth; 10 grandchildren, plus numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; infant sister, Lexa, and sister, Penny; parents-in-law, and grandson, Tyler.

Douglas G. Haskell, 68, of Ainsworth died on Dec. 8, 2010, at his home, after an extended illness.

He was born on June 26, 1942, in Ainsworth, Neb., to C. Hubert and Nattellia (Johnson) Haskell

He was a lifelong Brown County rancher. He graduated from high school at the University of Nebraska, School of Agriculture in Curtis, Neb., in 1960.

He married Helen Brown on June 9, 1962, in Long Pine, Neb. They made their home on the Haskell family ranch in south Brown County. To this union four sons were born, Gordon, Jim, Scott and Monte. The majority of his life was spent on the ranch where he raised his family. Doug was also a local brand inspector for the State of Nebraska Brand Committee, for 35 years, which was a position which he loved and respected.

Survivors include his wife, Helen of 48 years of Ainsworth; and sons, Gordon (Mary Lynn) of Madison, Neb., James (Carey), Scott, and Monte (Julie) all of Ainsworth; brother, Dave (Sue) of Ainsworth; sisters, Bonnie (Bob) Macfee of Loveland, Colo., Jinx (Merl) Hedrick of Ainsworth, Toni (Rod) Petrie of Thedford, Teresa (Mick) Jefferis of Ainsworth; 10 grandchildren, plus numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; infant sister, Lexa, and sister, Penny; parents-in-law, and grandson, Tyler.


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