Jeanette R. Minge | Backroads messages
Jeanette R. Minge, 69, from Hanover, died on August 19, 2021 in Cambridge Place in Marysville.
She was born on December 13, 1951 in Columbus, Neb., To Cyril and Marie (Hruska) Reznicek. She was baptized into the Christian faith on December 30, 1951 in the Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception in Ulysses, Neb. On January 27, 1974, she completed adult confirmation classes at Trinity Lutheran Church and became a communicative member of the ward.
She graduated from David City High School in David City, Neb.
On June 16, 1973, she married Lawrence Minge.
She worked as a ward secretary at the Community Memorial Hospital in Marysville and as a laboratory technician and X-ray technician at the Hanover Hospital.
Her parents preceded her in death; Brother Joe Reznicek; two little brothers, Donald and Larry Reznicek; Brother-in-law, Don Foster; and two grandchildren, Gaven Lee Behrends and Sawyer Annell Polson.
Survivors include her husband Lawrence; three daughters, Stacy (Russ) Behrends, Hanover, Sarah (Tyler) Page, Lincoln, NE, and Shelly (Jeff) Polson, Beattie; two sisters, Betty Foster, David City, NE, and Patricia (Bernie) Kobza, Omaha, NE; Sister-in-law, Carol Reznicek, Surprise, NE; and eight grandchildren, Avery and Hayden Behrends, Maddox and Tripp Page, and Noah, Isabella, Otto and Dylan Polson.
A memorial service took place on August 24th in the Lutheran Trinity Church north of Hanover. Rev. Rodney Fritz officiated. Music included “I Know My Redeemer Lives”, “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” and “On Eagles Wings”.
The pallbearers were Doug Reznicek, Dave Reznicek, Dan Reznicek, Scot Bauer, Todd Minge, and Doug Minge.
The funeral took place in the church cemetery.
A memorial fund was set up and will be named later. Contributions can be sent to the morgue in Hanover.
Washington County news • August 26, 2021