Kahler-Dolce Mortuary

441 North Washington Street, Papillion, NE


Fred Chris Fleck

December 11, 1937June 26, 2020

Fred was preceded in death by wife Lanaya; sons Tim and Dan. Survived by Duane and Laura, Blue Springs, MO, Kenda and Alan Russell, Omaha, NE; six grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. Visitation Tuesday, June 30, 6-8:00 pm, at Kahler-Dolce Mortuary, Papillion, NE. Graveside service Wednesday, July 1, 10:00 am, at Evergreen Cemetery, Omaha, NE. In lieu of flowers, help provide compassionate care by making a gift in memory of Fred Fleck. Memorial gifts may be made out to CHI Home Health Hospice and will be donated to the CHI Home Health Hospice in Fred’s name. Donations will help insure continued support for loved ones under hospice care. https://give.chihealth.com/Donate


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, July 1, 2020


Fred Chris Fleck

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Darlene Perkins

June 30, 2020

Dearest Duane, Laura and Girls,
Our condolences to you.
Memories of your beloved Father will always live in your heart of hearts. Have comfort and joy, knowing the legacy he has built for The Fleck families. Continue in the loving example he has set as a Father, a Grandfather and a Friend.

With Sympathy,
Benny and Darlene Perkins

Brook Dibble

June 28, 2020

Fred will be so greatly missed. I miss waving to him while he was out in the yard as I drove by and the many wine tastings. We always had fun on our mini trips with Kenda, Alan and Kaylin. Always loved Freddy.

Jason Fleck

June 28, 2020

I think what I’ll remember most about Grandpa is our fishing trips, especially those with my dad as well. We’d have a great time whether we were catching bullhead, bluegill, trout, or nothing at all. We passed many a morning and afternoon that way and would end it at his house at the dining room table with a cold bud light.
Grandpa was a great storyteller, a memory like a steel trap. I’ll miss his stories of his time in the Coast Guard on a lighthouse in New York. His viewpoint on what’s happening in the world, his guidance, and his ear to bend, and I’ll miss his bear hug every time we parted ways.
They made few like him and I’m eternally grateful our paths met and crossed. Love you Grandpa

Kaylin Russell

June 27, 2020

There are too many memories that come to mind, but the main one is shortly before he passed we took a picture of him kissing me on the forehead and that was the last kiss I received from him.

Mike Beezley

June 26, 2020

Sorry for your the Loss of Uncle Fred. I will always remember as a kid and he would come home from work and Aunt Lanyana would sit at the table drink a pepsi and talk. I never really got close to him until I was in college and they came down to visit us. He was watching tv when I came home and he asked me to sit down and we started talking about life, school, jobs, and fishing. It made me feel better cause of the horror stories I heard I caused as a kid ( wrecked car, blood in car, coat hanger into the eye, and others). Lots of great memories of Holidays spent at his house. Thank you for being a person I could look at and say this is how a husband should act. Prayers to Duane, Kenda, and the whole family. Love you all.