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Lellus Boden, 80 - September 24, 2014

Lellus Grayce (Neth) Boden, 80, of Brady passed away Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, at the Callaway Good Life Center in Callaway.
Services were conducted at the Zion Lutheran Church on Monday, Sept. 29, at 11 a.m. with the Revs. Carol Mapa and Janie Freeman officiating. Interment was at the Zion Lutheran Cemetery of Gothenburg.
Boden was born Jan. 13, 1934, at Rising City, daughter of Walter and Hazel (Taylor) Neth. She attended rural schools in Ashland and Waverly and graduated from Brady High School in 1953.
On Oct. 25, 1953, she was united in marriage to Edgar Boden at Clarks. To this union, three sons were born.
She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church and served as Sunday School teacher, Bible School teacher, choir member and on various other committees.
Her faith and family were her stronghold, the family said, and she is remembered serving the Lord with her chalk talks and putting her artistic ability to service for God. She also shared her art across the world.
Boden enjoyed sharing her newspaper writing and reporting, and spent several years involved with Women In Agriculture.
She was preceded in death by: her parents, Walter and Hazel; her sister, Lucille and Curly Washecheck; brothers-in-law—Bill McReynolds and Don Berryman; granddaughter, Jessica Boden.
?Survivors include: her husband of 60 years, Edgar Boden of Brady; three sons—Walter (Sue) Boden of Kearney, Gregory of Lincoln and Charles (Beth) Boden of Brady; five grandchildren—Jennifer (Mike) Owens, Angela (Ulrich) Dossou, Ryan, Kristen and Hannah Boden; six great-grandchildren—Jacey, Sebastian, Suzie and Layla Owens, Grace Machamire and Noah Dossou; two sisters—Marjorie McReynolds of Pullman, WA, and Elsie (Conley) Hinrichs of Lincoln; two brothers—Charles (Beverly) Neth of Waverly and John (Beverly) Neth of Norfolk; sister-in-law, Elladine Berryman of Cozad; numerous nieces and nephew.
Memorials may be directed to the Brady United Methodist Church, Zion Lutheran Church, ALS in the Heartland, ALS Worthington Society, and MDA.