Herbert Linsday, 67 - April 30, 2008
Herbert Edward Linsday, 67, of Brady, died Tuesday, April 15, 2008, at his home at Jeffery Lake, south of Brady.
A private family visitation was held in Gothenburg with cremation to follow. Memorial services will be held in California at a later date.
Linsday was born on July 7, 1940, at Sacramento, CA, to James and Dorothy (Fimmen) Linsday. He grew up in the Los Angeles, CA, area and attended high school at Venice High.
He entered the Marine Corps at the age of 16 and served from Dec. 26, 1956, to Dec. 10, 1959.
Linsday later earned his GED and attended Glendale Community College. He lived in southern California until moving to Jeffery Lake in July of 2003.
On Sept. 28, 1985, he married Helen Kay Healey, at the Brentwood Presbyterian Church at Brentwood, CA.
He worked as a contractor and owned “Foundations to Cabinets.” He enjoyed fishing, playing cards and traveling, especially cruises, according to family members.
Linsday was preceded in death by: his father, James; a sister, Mary Turrentine; a granddaughter, Bella Nicole Fisher.
Survivors include: his wife, Kay of Brady; his mother, Dorothy of Los Angeles; two sons—Ronald of San Diego, CA, and Edward of Fredericksburg, VA; a daughter, Margaret Morgan Mason of Gothenburg; four brothers—James of Liberty Hill, TX, Michael of Templeton, CA, David of Los Angeles, and John of St. Louis, MO; three sisters—Veronica Lemmi and Patricia Woodman, both of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, and Dorothy Fritch of Seattle, WA; a grandson, Shayne Mason; step-children—Terry Wehnes of Evergreen, CO, Edie Patton of Hanthorn, CA, and Robert Wehnes of Gothenburg.
Memorials are suggested to donor’s choice or to the family at: Kay Linsday, 78 Pelican Dr., Brady, NE 69123.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.blase strauser.com. Arrangements have been placed in the care of Blase-Strauser Memorial Chapel of Gothenburg.
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