Gary L. Feddersen, 68 - September 21, 2009
Gary L. Feddersen, 68, of Hastings died Friday, Sept. 18, 2009, at his home in Hastings.
Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday (today) at the Reynolds-Love Chapel in Lexington with Ethel Fox, C.L.P., officiating.
Burial will be in the Greenwood Cemetery at Lexington.
Feddersen was born Dec. 4, 1940, at Lexington to Don and Maxine (Koehn) Feddersen. He graduated in 1958 from Miller High School, the last graduating class prior to the school closing. He attended his 50-year class reunion in 2008.
Feddersen lived at Lexington following graduating from high school and worked at Monroe Auto in Cozad. He married Bonnie Bennett Feddersen and two daughters were born to this marriage, Lorinda and Ronda.
He then married Vickie Albers on June 9, 1979, at Minden.
Feddersen worked construction, helping build the Minden Beef Company and then went to work there for a time. He then worked at Lovett & Sons Packing in Hastings, moving there in 1987, and was employed there until the plant closed, which was just a month shy of his retirement age of 62.
In his younger years he enjoyed playing tennis, traveling and gardening. He had a very gentle spirit and easy-going manner about him, family members said.
Feddersen was preceded in death by his father and his daughter, Ronda Ramirez.
Survivors include his wife: Vickie Feddersen of Hastings; daughter, Lori Sabin of Quinlan, TX; his mother, Maxine Feddersen of Lexington; three grandchildren—Jeremy Feddersen of Cozad and Sean and Kaitlyn Sabin of Gothenburg; brother Tom Feddersen of Kearney; and nieces and nephews.
Memorials are suggested to the family for later designation.
Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is in charge of arrangements: Online condolences and expressions of sympathy may be shared at: reynoldslovefuneralhome.com.
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