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Curtis D. Lindell

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LINDELL, Curtis D.
May 26, 1932 Ė Mar 15, 2013

Omaha, NE. Passed away March 15, 2013 at home. He was born May 26, 1932 to Bernard and Inez Lindell (Axelson) in Essex, Iowa. He was preceded in death by his parents, infant brother and in-laws. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Jean; son, Dan Lindell (Pat) of Omaha, Nebraska; daughter, Darci Neuzil (Carl) of Dallas, Texas; grandchildren: Matt Lindell, Lauren Lindell, Keaton Dunker, Carley Neuzil, and Kelsey Neuzil; brother, Kenny Lindell (Delores), and niece and nephew. He is also survived by many, many friends.

He was educated at Essex Public Schools, and graduated from Peru State College in 1954. Curt was proud when his championship Peru State College football team was inducted into the Nebraska Hall of Fame. He was also very proud of his 4H Champion Calf. In 1952 he married Jean Strom also of Essex. Curt taught high school and coached football, then enlisted in the Army. Afterward, Curt spent 35 years in the insurance claims business, working for Iowa National and later retiring from National Indemnity in 1994.

Since retiring he has enjoyed extensive traveling and spending the last 19 winters in Arizona. While there he was active in the Vets Club, Chapel Choir and active in many committees. He served as a State Chaplain for Good Sams of Nebraska, and coordinator for Dogs for the Deaf. He was also a member of Swinging Sams Camping Group and had been a volunteer driver for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Curt was an active member of Lutheran Church of the Master for over 40 years. Curt was an avid sports fan, especially enjoying football and golf. Curt loved music and through most of his life sang in many choirs and menís quartets. He truly loved singing duets with his wife, Jean.

Curt was blessed with many, many friends and throughout his life he enjoyed helping others along the way. He was known for his kindness, gentle ways, and a cheerful smile that will be greatly missed.

The family will receive friends Monday, March 18, 6pm to 8pm at the West Center Chapel. SERVICES Tuesday, March 19 at 10:30am at Lutheran Church of the Master, 2617 So. 114 St. Interment, Mount Auburn Cemetery with military rites by Benson VFW Post 2503.

The family will direct memorials to: Dogs for the Deaf; Mega Regal Veterans Club; or Lutheran Church of the Master.


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Sent By: Harold Neuzil
Dear Darci, My heart and prayers go to you. Yours Harold

Sent By: Jean( and Jerry Killion
To Jean and Family,we semd our deepest Sympathy and Love to all of you. May God be with you and give you strength.

Sent By: Dar & Joyce Sederburg
We have so many good time memories with Curt & you. Our prayers are with you and the family.

Sent By: Dale Carson
Family of Curt Lindell You do not know me but I knew Curt. I too work in the insurance claims business. I worked with Curt at National Indemnity (NICO)in fact my office was right beside Curt's. Curt had a great memory of claims in handled. In fact just last week I was telling another claims man about Curt and his memory of old claims. Also, Curt and I went to the same barber so Bob would let me know what Curt was doing like winters in Arizona. I'm sure there many other men and women in the claims business who have similar stories about Curt. I am sorry to hear of the passing of Curt. He always spoke fondly of his family. May his memories help you through this difficult time.

Sent By: Amie Rockafellow
Dear Darci, Nothing replaces a fathers love. May you hold fond memories of your father forever in your heart. Thinking of you at this very sad time. Amie Rockafellow

Sent By: Paula & Gary Piper
Darci and family-Sorry to hear of your loss. Our prayers and thoughts go out to you and entire Lindell family. May God watch over all of you at this time. Love, Paula & Gary Piper

Sent By: Karla
Love you Uncle Curt. I know that you are singing in the Heavenly choir and I will always hear your voice in certain songs. I will miss you.

Sent By: Dennis & Jamie
Love you Uncle Curt. When you find yourself at God's heavenly table, say hello to Grandpa and Grandma, your older brother and all of our dearly departed. Will miss you!

Sent By: Bernie & Carol Nybakke
We have lost one of our Great Mesa Regal Friends. Curt and Jean have been our wonderful Friends on North 9th Street in our Mesa, AZ RV Park for many years. Curt was involved in many Park Activities and did so much for the Veterans, Choir and many other Functions. We will miss him greatly. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jean and the Family.

Sent By: Tim Aylward and Louise Jackson
Our sincere condolences to Jean and family for the recent passing of Curt. Both Louise and I have fond memories of Curt from our stay in Mesa Regal Park in Mesa. Whenever I had problems with my RV, Curt had the answers to my questions and was always there to lend a helping hand. We miss Curt and Jean's company very much. Our prayers are with Jean and family. Sincerely, Louise and TIm

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