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Judith DuBry, 69 - July 20, 2016

Judith Elaine DuBry, 69, of Gothenburg passed away Wednesday, July 20, 2016, at Kearney.
Services took place at the Victory Assembly of God on Tuesday, July 26, with the Rev. Mark Borchardt officiating. Burial was at the Gothenburg Cemetery.
DuBry was born June 24, 1947, at Fort Washakie, WY, daughter of Charles Henry and Isabelle (Erickson) Murphy.
She grew up on the Shoshone Indian Reservation and attended Crow Heart country school, graduating from Riverton High School in 1965.
On July 25, 1967, she married William “Willie” DuBry at Cody, WY.
DuBry raised her children in Wyoming and Nebraska, where she and her husband resided at Farnam for numerous years. In 2010, she moved to Gothenburg.
She enjoyed gardening, fishing and anything outdoors as she found joy in feeding the animals, especially the squirrels and birds, according to family members.
DuBry also enjoyed being a caregiver, from working in the church nursery to helping her neighbors, said family. Her grandchildren were very important to her and she tried to attend any and all of their activities.
She was a member of Victory Assembly of God. She lived her last few years at Hillcrest where she enjoyed spending time with her many friends doing puzzles, Bible study, exercises and other activities, the family stated.
?DuBry was preceded in death by: her husband, William “Willie” DuBry; an infant daughter, Teressa Marie DuBry; her parents, Charles Henry and Isabelle Murphy; brothers—Richard Murphy and Chester Murphy; sisters—Carol Sue Ostertag, Virginia Madman, Thelma Mollman and Marjorie Fancher.
Survivors include: her five sons—Don (Collen) DuBry, David DuBry and Danny DuBry, all of North Platte, Darell DuBry of Lincoln and Doug (Kristen) DuBry of Kearney; two daughters—Lizlie (Jerry) Garcia of Utica and Loretta (James) Smith of Gothenburg; her grandchildren and great-grandchildren; five brothers—Raymond Murphy, David Murphy, Gary Murphy, Jesse Murphy and Louis Murphy; numerous extended family members.
Memorials are suggested to the Victory Assembly of God, 2611 Lake Ave., Gothenburg, NE 69138.