Lisa Elaine Jindra

June 30, 1963April 14, 2018

Our Mother, Sister, Daughter, Grandmother, Aunt and Friend, Lisa Elaine Jindra, age 54, of Lincoln, NE, passed away peacefully in her home on Saturday, April 14, 2018. Lisa was born June 30, 1963 in Denver, CO to her parents Delbert and Carol Gabbert. Growing up in northeast Missouri, Lisa enjoyed the country, constantly surrounded by family and friends. Lisa lives on through her children, Clayton Jindra (Crystal), Alixandria Jacob (Andrew), Dylan Jindra (Kylie) and July Jackson Jindra. So very precious to her, her grandchildren, Finley and (coming in June) Fletcher Jindra, Lucy and Polly Jacob, and Porter Jindra. Lisa also leaves behind both parents, and her loving sisters Melanie Gabbert and Janet Vaughn (Dennis), along with four-legged family members Daisy and Zoey Jindra and many extended family and friends. Besides being a wonderful mother and grandmother, Lisa loved spontaneous camping trips, obscure Sunday outings, reading for hours on end, family reunions at the farm, marathon phone calls to her best friend Phyllis, singing along to good music, “sick” days, lake days, quiet time naps, taking her kids out to eat while Dad was out of town, aromatic candles, Oscar parties, cabin holidays, shopping for smokin’ deals, themed family dinners, and spoiling her nieces and nephews.

She left us suddenly and far too soon, with many plans of vacations and adventures to come. Memories of her humor and laughter will forever ring in the hearts of her loved ones. She made lives rich and edgy, was fiercely loved, and will be forever missed. A celebration of life will be held at 16531 S. 38th St Roca, NE. The Creekside Event Barn at Roca Berry Farm/Pumpkin Patch on Wednesday April 25th from 4pm-7pm.

All memorial contributions can be directed to Alix Jacob for a Family Farm Memorial.


  • Celebration of Life Service Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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Anne Hill

April 25, 2018

My deepest sympathy to the family. May fond memories calm all hearts and faith in the scriptures strengthen your hope.

Mitzi Stinson

April 23, 2018

Your mother was my Matron of Honor at my wedding, 25 years ago. She and I worked together at K's Restaurant for several years. When she was pregnant with Clay, we would lay out at the pool. We had a favorite spot that had a small indentation in the ground where she could roll over and lay on her belly. I will never forget the day Clay was born and we thought we would have all this time to watch soap operas while she was in Labor. Two young inexperienced "girls". I lost touch with Lisa when I moved to California with my husband, and wish that we would have had more time together in these years that we have been back in Nebraska. I will miss you my funny friend.