Doris M. Artz, 85 - July 28, 2010
Doris M. Artz, 85, of Lexington, formerly of Elwood, died Friday, July 23, 2010, at the Tri-County Hospital in Lexington.
Services were held on Tuesday, July 27, following a visitation hour, at the First Christian Church of Elwood with the Rev. Linda Newman officiating. Burial took place at the Elwood Cemetery.
Artz was preceded in death by: her husband, Chester in 1987; a sister, Viola Reinhardt; brothers—Walter, Arthur and Loyal Lierman; mother-in-law, Laura Artz; sisters-in-law—Lorene Lierman, Hazel Bennet and Edith Byler; brothers-in-law—Alex Reinhardt, Carl Schneider, Harold Bennet and Delmar, George and Lewis Artz.
Survivors include: her two daughters—Kay (Kent) Brockmeier of Eustis and Nancy (Steve) Israel of Novato, CA; her son, Glenn (Roberta) Artz of Doniphan; a sister, Lorraine Schneider of Elwood; brother, Gilbert Lierman of Hastings; sisters-in-law—Mardelle Lierman of Boulder, CO, Inez Lierman of Hastings, Tillie Artz of Lincoln, Della Sindt of Franklin, Rita Artz of Alma, Barbara Artz of Huntley and Lela Dier of Holdrege; brothers-in-law—Gordon Byler of Alma, Bennie Joe Sindt of Franklin and John Dier of Holdrege; five grandchildren—Bryant (Amanda) Brockmeier of Eustis, Craig (Cathy) Brockmeier of Grand Island, Jodi (Mike) Azevedo of Overland Park, KS, Chad (Helen) Artz of Lakewood, CO, and Darin Artz of Lincoln; nine great-grandchildren—Evan, Reid, Jennae, Erin and Gage Brockmeier, Brooklyn Azevedo, David, Anthony and Gena Artz; step-great-grandchildren—Desiree, Kristina and Alicia Viveros and Lane Baxter.
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