OBITUARY

Vera Mae Heimsoth

August 16, 1936May 3, 2021

Vera Mae Heimsoth, born August 16, 1936 and passed May 3, 2021. Vera attended Lincoln Northeast High School and graduated with the class of 54. Vera worked for State Farm until she met Marvin and was married in October 6, 1957. Together they started the Custom Cabinets business.

Vera spent retirement with Marvin traveling and volunteering for FoodNet of Lincoln and Bryan and St. E’s Hospital for 25 years. She had a total of over 28,000 hours. Her grandkids and great grandkids was her pride and joy.

Vera is preceded in death by Marvin Heimsoth; parents Albert and Freida Knapp; sister Alene Truax; 2 brothers and granddaughter Nicole Otto.

Vera is survived by son Allen and wife Lisa Heimsoth, daughter Deb and husband Tim Otto, granddaughter Megan Otto, and 4 great-grandchildren.

Graveside service will be Thursday, May 6, 2021, 11:00am at Lincoln Memorial Park and Cemetery, 6700 South 14th Street, Lincoln, NE. Family and friends will meet at gate 2 prior to the service. lincolnfh.com

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Tim Otto , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Tracy Truax , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Quinten Jordan , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Megan Otto , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Andrew Renaud , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Brandon Renaud , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Hailey Renaud , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Gabriel Jensen, Honorary Pallbearer
  • DONATIONS

  • To The Family

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

Memories

Vera Mae Heimsoth

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Darrell Oltman

May 7, 2021

I was sad to hear of Vera's passing. She was a great person. I talked with her many times and enjoyed our conversations. She enjoyed the Saturday night service at Faith Lutheran Church before she went to the Legacy as she had many friends there. I visited with her several times at the Legacy and Arbors as my mom lives there as well. I will miss her.

Angie Grabau

May 6, 2021

My sincerest sympathy at the loss of your mother, I have finally made the connection of our relation. When I lived in Lincoln, I had your dad make a new vanity for the bathroom in my house at the time. My Dad and I even visited your parents’ cabinet shop and saw the beautiful work that was being done. I had a wonderful visit with your folks at that time and learned more about my father’s relations. Sorry I hadn’t put the connections sooner.

Michael Dolan

May 6, 2021

I’m sorry to hear about Vera’s passing. I enjoyed many times visiting Allen and have good memories of times at the house and especially around the shop. Marv built cabinets for my Mom; they were fantastic and a hallmark of the house. Condolences for your loss.
Mike Dolan
St Paul, MN

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY