Lyle F Westerman
March 9, 1925 – September 10, 2018
Westerman, Lyle F. 93, died Sept. 10, 2018. Born DuBois, Nebraska 3/9/25 to Fred and Emma Westerman. Retired soil conservation technician Soil Conservation Service 4/84. World War II Army veteran served in Italy. Member of Southern Heights Presbyterian Church., charter member VFW Post 4626, Lincoln, and member of American Legion Post 371, Valparaiso. Survivors: Wife Kathryn (Kay) Westerman, daughter and son-in-law Susan and Ken Mayberry, York, NE., son and daughter-in-law David Westerman and Terri Tobias, Cooper Landing, Alaska, daughter Joan Kennedy, Cypress, TX, son Jim Westerman, Rapid City, SD, seven grandchildren Shelli and John (Shana) Mayberry, Emma, Stanley, and Heidi Westerman, and Mariah and Aaron Westerman, three great grandchildren, McKenzie and Jaydin Mayberry, Cameron Bassett, sister Lila Tomek, Humboldt, and brother Glenn (Jeanine) Westerman, North Bend, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents and sister. Memorial Service for family and friends on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018 at 11:00am, Southern Heights Presbyterian Church, 5750 So 40th St, Rev. Leanne Masters officiating. Interment will be at Lincoln Memorial Park with family only prior to the service. No visitation. Memorials in lieu of flowers to Southern Heights Presbyterian Church or Multiple Sclerosis Society. Condolences www.lincolnfh.com
- Memorial Service Friday, September 14, 2018
Lyle F Westerman
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Starck and Wolfkiel Families STARCK
September 13, 2018
Our deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one. We send our love and support.
A contribution has been made in Lyle's honor to Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Peace and love to you all,
Starck and Wolfkiel families
September 12, 2018
I worked with Lyle in the Lincoln Field Office for approx. a year before transferring to Weeping Water. I learned a lot from Lyle about laying out terraces and waterways which helped me during my career. I also learned a great deal from Lyle about playing tricks on fellow employees just to keep things interesting in the office. All harmless of course and no one was hurt. I missed his humor and companionship after leaving that location and thought of him often. I looked forward to going to work and spending most of my days with him. He will be missed I'm sure. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.