Monte Hueftle, 39 - September 11, 2012Monte Wade Hueftle, 39, of Brady died Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012, south of Brady as the result of an automobile accident.
Memorials services will be conducted at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Church of Christ, Oak Street, with Ned Cooper officiating. A private family inurnment will take place at the Gaslin Cemetery south of Brady.
Odean Colonial Chapel At C & Sycamore is in charge of arrangements.
Hueftle was born July 25, 1973, at Scottsbluff, son of George Gilbirth and Yvonne Jeannean Anderson Hueftle. He grew up at Brady and graduated from Brady High School in 1992. He went to York Christian College for six months then returned to the Brady area.
On April 18, 1998, he married Casey Kramer at North Platte. The couple resided in the Brady area.
He was employed with the Union Pacific Railroad as a fireman/oiler and also farmed. He owned a construction business and worked for the City of North Platte, the North Platte Feeders and Ag-West where he drove a feed wagon. He had also been a Brady volunteer fireman.
Hueftle especially enjoyed sports and hunting, and there wasn’t much he wouldn’t try, according to family members.
He was a member of the Church of Christ.
Hueftle was preceded in death by: his father, George Hueftle; brother, Brad Hueftle; aunts and uncles—Stanley Anderson, Sharon Land, Sheila McCarter, Arlus Hueftle, Tom and Cleo Losey, Gwen Johnson and Carol Hueftle.
Survivors include: his mother, Yvonne Hueftle of Brady; his daughter, Caitlin Hueftle, and her mother Casey Purdy, both of Stapleton; a son, Aidan Hueftle, and his mother Joan Moore, both of North Platte; his special friend, Tammy Burns of Ogallala; a sister-in-law, Heidi Hueftle of Kimball; seven aunts and uncles—Kent (Pat) Anderson and Roger (Sandy) Anderson, all of Brady, Carolyn Anderson, of Mesa, AZ, Janice (Dick) Sprauge and Lyle McCarter, all of North Platte, Doreen Hueftle of McCook, and Vera Losey of Republican City; two nephews—Cain and Eli Hueftle of Kimball; a great-nephew, Evan Hueftle of Kimball; a special cousin, Don Anderson of Eustis; numerous cousins and family members.
In lieu of flowers the family has established a memorial.
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