Adaline Louise Shabram, 83 - December 20, 2012Adaline Louise Shabram, 83, of Gothenburg passed away on Dec. 20, 2012, at the Gothenburg Memorial Hospital in Gothenburg.
Memorial services will take place at a later date.
Inurnment will be in the Fort McPherson National Cemetery, Maxwell.
Shabram was born April 9, 1929, in Gothenburg, daughter of George and Ruth (Buterbaugh) Mann.
She attended Gothenburg High School with the class of 1948. She lived in different communities in Nebraska, and recently moved back to Gothenburg. She loved to visit with people and was an outgoing person. She was a member of the Red Hatters.
Shabram owned and managed several restaurants when she was younger. She then went back to school to get her LPN degree. When she was in her 50s she went back to school to get her RN degree, something she was very proud of, family members said.
On Aug. 25, 1978, she married Layton G. Shabram in Hooper.
Shabram was preceded in death by: her parents; husband, Layton G. Shabram; son Randy Harm; brothers Don Mann and Bill Mann; and sister Annette Ostrom.
?She is survived by: her son Nickolas (Mimi) Harm of Norman, OK; two daughters—Cordelia (Tim) Aden of Gothenburg, Mala DeBerg of Cortland; three brothers—Bob (Mary Ellen) Mann, Dave (Jody) Mann, both of Brady, and Dale (Patty) Mann of Hastings; sister Frances (Tim) McClellen of Gothenburg; daughter-in-law Rhea Harm of Minden; sisters-in-law Ruth Ann Mann-Groene, Inez Fell and Naomi Stines; 10 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and extended family.
Memorials may be given to the Gothenburg Senior Center, 410 20th Street, Gothenburg, NE 69138.
Blase-Strauser Memorial Chapel is in charge of the arrangements.
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