Beverly Kay Konruff
April 1, 1948 – September 1, 2018
Axtell Konruff, Beverly Apr 1, 1948 - Sep 1, 2018 Omaha. Preceded in death by her mother, brother and daughter-in-law. Survived by daughter Lisa (Lindsey) and son Adam; grandchildren Eli, Eva, Elliott and Ryan; beloved friend Linda; sister Sally; many nephews, nieces and great nephews and nieces; and countless friends. CELEBRATION OF LIFE at Trinity United Methodist Church in Ralston, 10am, September 29.
- Celebration of Life Saturday, September 29, 2018
Beverly Kay Konruff
September 19, 2018
She was a sweet lady. I really enjoyed working with her at Lozier. We all miss her.
September 14, 2018
Bev was an incredible friend, mother and grandmother. She could never say enough about her love and pride for her children and grandchildren. Spending time with her and Linda was always fun and entertaining. She had such a big heart and would always be there for you. She will always hold a special place in my heart and many other hearts.
September 13, 2018
Mark and I worked with Bev for many years. She was dedicated to Lozier and to her work. She was conscientious, had an exemplary work ethic and truly cared for others....especially coworkers. My favorite memory was the trip she took with Linda Buckley to join us in Pittsburgh to see our son-in-law play for the Pirates. I doubt that Bev liked baseball as much as Linda loved it, but she loved travel and Linda, so she was there. We had a “blast” at the games, at the bars and touring Pittsburgh. Did I mention the bars? Bev loved wine, just like me! Mark and I will always remember her and our friendship with her.
September 7, 2018
Bev was a great lady and knew how to make you feel good. We loved camping with her and going to the breakfast of champions . We had a great time having a few beverages and playing games. She will always be my very bestest friend. She will be truly missed. Deb
September 6, 2018
I worked with Bev at Lozier Corporation for many years. We participated in a financial analysis program sponsored by Lozier and would always "compare notes" on how we were doing in planning for retirement. We'd also share stories about our grandchildren. I was shocked and saddened to hear of her sudden passing. My sincere condolences to her family and friends. She will be greatly missed.