Glenda Jeanne Nuebel

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Dunkerton: Glenda Jeanne Nuebel, loving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away on Friday May 19 at the Western Home in Cedar Falls from complications of lymphoma.
Glenda was born February 3, 1940 to Glen and Marie (Long) Lakin of Pratt, Kansas. Glenda graduated from Pawnee Rock Rural High School in 1958 and from the Dominican School of Nursing in Great Bend, Kansas in 1961. Glenda worked as a Registered Nurse at hospitals in both Kansas City and Omaha before moving to Iowa.  She was also employed as an RN at the Red Cross blood mobile, Medical Associates in Cedar Falls and Miller Medical in Waterloo.Glenda raised five boys in Dike, Iowa who survive her along with eight grandchildren. Glenda was married on September 16, 1994 to Robert Nuebel of Dunkerton, Iowa. In her retirement she spent time with grandchildren, sunny days in the garden, was a volunteer music teacher at the Amish school and was an organist and choir member at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Fairbank.

Survived by: her husband; Bob, five sons; Scott (Jan) Veatch of Robbinsdale, MN, Rob Veatch of Dassel, MN, Dale Veatch of Emerson, NE, Daryl Veatch of Cedar Falls and Tim Veatch of Urbandale, eight grandchildren; Kayla Veatch, Julia Veatch, Allyson Terpstra, Lyndsey Veatch, Luke Veatch, Nathan Veatch, Noa Veatch and Jonah Veatch as well as one great-grandchild on the way. Glenda is also survived by one brother; Dean (Greta) Lakin of Pawnee Rock, KS and a sister-in-law; Rita Lakin of Chehalis, WA.

Preceded by: her parents and one brother, Dan Lakin.

Services: 10:30 am Thursday, May 25, 2017 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Fairbank.

Visitation: 4:00-7:00 pm Wednesday May 24, 2017 at Woods Funeral Home in Fairbank.

Scripture Service: 7:00 pm Wednesday at the funeral home.

Inurnment: Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Fairbank, IA

Memorials: to Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.

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Patrick James Corcoran

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Des Moines: Patrick James Corcoran age 72 passed away Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Wesley Acres in Des Moines  from complications of cancer. Pat was born July 24, 1944, the son of Kenneth and Katherine (Boland) Corcoran. Pat graduated from Wapsie Valley High School in 1962. He then attended and graduated from State College of Iowa (now University of Northern Iowa). After college he served two years in the U.S. Army including a deployment to Vietnam. After his service to his country, he began his career with the Travelers Insurance Company in Des Moines. Pat later transferred to New York City and then to Atlanta, Georgia, where he earned his law degree. He retired from Travelers in 2007 and returned to Des Moines. He was a member of All Saints Catholic Church in Des Moines. Pat was also an avid gardener.

Survived by: three brothers; Charles (Mary Ann) Corcoran of Fort Dodge, Wayne Corcoran of Des Moines and Lynn Corcoran of Spencer, four sisters; Colleen (Dennis) Zelinsky of Dubuque, Sharon (Joseph) Rogers of Newton, Linda Corcoran of Orange, CA and Diane (John) Christensen of Janesville as well as several nieces and nephews.

Preceded by: his parents, a brother; Paul and a sister Ginny.

Services: 10:30 am Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Fairbank, Iowa

Visitation: 5:00-7:00 pm Monday May 15 at Woods Funeral Home, Fairbank.

Interment: Immaculate Conception Cemetery with military rites conducted by Fairbank American Legion Fortsch-Duffy Post 552.

Memorials: to the Fairbank Veterans Memorial Park

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Dale G. Neil

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 Fairbank: Dale George Neil age 77 passed away Tuesday, May 9, 2017 while doing what he loved, working the land. He was born September 11, 1939 in Waterloo, Iowa the son of Gordon and Gladys (Michelson) Neil. Dale attended and graduated from Fairbank High School the Class of 1957. He married Diane Milius on February 13, 1966 in Denver, Iowa they made their home in rural Fairbank where they raised their two sons. Dale was a lifelong farmer, whether it was raising corn or beans or beef cattle he truly enjoyed life on the farm. He was a member of the Oran Fire Department for more than 20 years. Dale was also a longtime member of the board of directors for the Oran Mutual Telephone Company and was still serving up until the time of his death. Dale was an avid fan of UNI Men’s Basketball and attended almost every home game. He also enjoyed his daily card games with his friends at Jerry’s Autos in Fairbank.

Survived by: his wife; Diane, two sons; William (Becci) and Scott (Kris) both of Fairbank, eight grandchildren; Jeannie (Jesse) Hug, Christina Neil, Katie Neil, Kennadi Neil, Tessa Larson, Sammi Carpenter, Madison Freitag and Kassidy Freitag, three great-grandchildren; Calvin Wilson, Nevaeh Larson and Kinnick Larson. Dale is also survived by one brother; Mel (Judy) Neil of Fairbank and one sister; Doris Parizek of Dysart.

Preceded by: his parents, one sister; Marlys Neil, a brother; Dennis Neil, a sister-in-law; Brenda Neil and a brother-in-law; Larry Parizek.

Visitation: 3:00-7:00 pm Friday, May 12, 2017 at Woods Funeral Home, and for one hour before services at the church on Saturday.

Services: 10:30 am Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Zion Lutheran Church, Oelwein.

Interment: Fairbank Cemetery

In lieu of Flowers: memorials to be directed to the Oran or Fairbank Fire Department.

 

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