OBITUARY

Lemoyne "Rocky" Dressen

February 28, 1938January 31, 2019

Dressen, Lemoyne W. "Rocky" February 28, 1938 - January 31, 2019 Survived by his wife, Dorothy; his children: James, Robert, Deborah, and Michael; and brothers, Ronald, and James Dressen. VISITATION: Thursday from 6-8pm at Kahler Dolce Mortuary. Private Interment in the Omaha National Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, February 7, 2019
REMEMBERING

Lemoyne "Rocky" Dressen

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Bret Andreski

February 5, 2019

Rocky helped me out and took me in virtually sight unseen - and treated me like a family member. And he did it humbly, cheerfully, and without recognition or reward, just like he did with everything else I'm sure. There are people who that when you meet them for the first time, you instantly know they're a good, honest, and trustworthy person. That was Rocky.

Bret Andreski

Jo Ann Bartley-Klingbeil

February 5, 2019

I graduated with Lemoyne. I remember him as a great athlete and always happy and smiling.
My condolences to his entire family.

Cathy Prettyman

February 4, 2019

To Rocky's family and loved ones,

I am very sorry for your loss. Rocky was such a kind and gentle man. I also remember his great sence of humor.

May fond memories comfort you and may his wonderful qualities live in you.

You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Cathy Prettyman

Lanny and Lynnda Richards

February 3, 2019

Dorothy and family, we are so sorry to hear of Lemoyne's passing. I know he will be missed. We are saying prayers for you all.
Lanny and Lynnda

Karen (Dempsey) Dennis

February 3, 2019

As members of the Bellevue High School class of 1957, both Roger and I send you our thoughts and prayers at this time. We grew up with "Rocca" - his name to us at that time and marveled at his athletic ability. He lettered 3 years in football, and all 4 years in basketball and track. Besides that he was in chorus and Glee Club. A teenager of many talents and respected by all of us.

We cheered him on at many events throughout high school years. Later we tried to keep in contact, but were unable to reach him. He was in our thoughts at the 2017 high school reunion and missed hearing updates about him and his family.

He was a very special part of our lives, too, and please accept our deepest sympathy.
Karen and Roger Dennis