Charles M Muir

July 30, 1929October 14, 2020

Charles Merrill Muir, 91 of Lincoln, passed away October 14, 2020. He was born July 30, 1929 in Western, NE to J. Clifford and Olive (Zieman) Muir.

He married Marilyn Johnson November 5, 1966 in Lincoln and was a resident of Lincoln over 50 years. He retired from BNSF Railroad after 30+ years and was also the custodian at Indian Hills Community Church. He enjoyed hunting pheasant and quail and knew anything and everything about shotguns.

He is survived by his wife Marilyn, son Roger and daughter Michelle (Justin) Muir-Lewis all of Lincoln. Two sisters Marlys (Gene) Babcock of MI and Mary Howsden of Lincoln and several nephews and nieces.

Preceded in death by his parents, Brother Rolland, Sister Vivian Hahn and Aunt Virginia Gillespsie.

Visitation will be Tuesday October 20 from 5-7 pm at the Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home 6800 s. 14th St. Lincoln. Funeral services will be Wednesday October 21 at 10:00 am at the Indian Hills Community Church 1000 S. 84th Street Lincoln, NE 68512. Graveside Committal Service Wednesday October 21,1:00pm at Lincoln Memorial Park. 6700 S. 14th Street, Lincoln, NE 68512. Please meet at gate 2.

Memorials are suggested to the family for future designation.


20 October


5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Lincoln Memorial Fiuneral Home

6800 S. 14th Street
Lincoln, Nebraska

21 October

Funeral Service

10:00 am

Indian Hills Community Church

1000 S. 84th Street
Lincoln, Nebraska

Live stream of service Wednesday
21 October

Committal Service

1:00 pm

Lincoln Memorial Park

6700 S. 14th Street
Lincoln, Nebraska

Please meet at gate 2.


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Richard Gray

October 16, 2020

I have hunted with Charlie for 50+ years. We met at UNL in Accounting class and both decided that was not for us. We did not live very far apart in Lincoln and it was easy to get together for hunting. I was having trouble hitting with my shotgun and Charlie helped me become a much better shooter. Charlie told about going to school in Western and taking his shotgun along to hunt on the way home. That's when there was game to hunt. On one of his last hunts here at the farm he shot a double, one in front and wheeled around and shot one behind. He was a great shot up to the end. he will be remembered and missed greatly. I know that I will.


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