Mr. Lloyd Lehecka

October 14, 1927April 9, 2018

Lloyd Lehecka of Lincoln, died peacefully in David City on Monday, April 9, 2018. Lloyd was born October 14, 1927, in Comstock, to Vaclav and Barbara (Cadek) Lehecka. Lloyd grew up in Valley County, Nebraska, attending rural schools and graduating from Ord High School in 1946. He served two years in the Navy and attended the University of Nebraska. Lloyd was united in marriage to Patricia Myers in Lincoln on June 15, 1952, at St. Paul United Methodist Church, where he was a member for many years. Together they had two children; a son, Chris, and a daughter, Gina. Lloyd worked for 35 years at Lincoln Electric System, retiring in 1991. Over his life Lloyd enjoyed being outdoors hunting and fishing. He loved to spend time woodworking, golfing, gardening, watching UNL football and playing with his grandchildren. Lloyd is survived by his children: Chris (Linda) Lehecka of Austin, Texas, and Gina (Kent) Clymer of David City, sister; Lydia Bruha of Arcadia, sister-in-law; JoAnn Gloor of Lee's Summit, Mo., four grandchildren: Kimberly (Matt) Sawyer, Jason (Emily) Lehecka, Kyle (Meredith) Clymer, Amanda Clymer, and one great-grandchild; Bennett Lehecka. He was preceded in death by his wife; Patricia, his parents; Vaclav and Barbara Lehecka, brothers; George and Robert, sisters; Emily Zabloudil, Elizabeth Wilson, Agnes Foth, and Mildred Lehecka, six brothers-in-law, three sisters-in-law and his parents-in-law; Merle and Elsie Myers. Memorials suggested to the Honor Flight Network, St. Joseph's Court in David City or a charity of your choice in his name.


  • Chris Lehecka, Pallbearer
  • Kent Clymer, Pallbearer
  • Jason Lehecka, Pallbearer
  • Kyle Clymer, Pallbearer
  • Matt Sawyer, Pallbearer
  • Chip Lockwood, Pallbearer


  • Visitation Friday, April 13, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 14, 2018

Mr. Lloyd Lehecka

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Peggy Ostrander-Kirby

April 13, 2018

We lived right next door. I remember in 5th grade bringing home a cherry tree. Remember all the ones 5th graders received in school. Through the many years, storms etc., that tree left some large branches. Mr. Lehecka made a small round token box from one of the branches that had fallen. The precision of his woodworking, the final polished box which I still have, is cherished as a childhood memory. After Mom sold the house on Rosewood, I wasn't able to visit the tree anymore. But the memory is still clear after bringing that tree home 55 years ago as part still lives in my curio cabinet.