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Norma Koeber age 94

Posted: 04 February, 2011

Norma Koeber age 94 of Wayne, died Thursday at Providence Medical Center in Wayne.

Funeral Service will be at Our Savior Lutheran Church of Wayne, on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.

Visitation:  With Family Present
Monday   4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Hasemann Funeral Home of Wayne

Interment: Greenwood Cemetery in Wayne

Memorials Our Savior Lutheran Church Wayne


In Loving Memory

(Age 94) Norma Koeber ( Wayne)


  November 22, 1916            Chicago, Illinois        

Entered Into Rest

February 3, 2011              Wayne, Nebraska

(Providence Medical Center)

A Christian Service

   Our Savior Lutheran Church   

Wayne, Nebraska

  Tuesday        10:30 a.m.        February 8, 2011

Easter Star Service

Hasemann Funeral Home

                                                              Monday         8:00 p.m.         February 7, 2011


Rev. Darwin Garton


“Hymn Of Promise”

How Great Thou Art’

“Children Of  The Heavenly Father”

“I Know That My Redeemer Lives”

                                                          Soloist              Organist

Ron Carnes     Lucas Wickstrom


Jeff Koeber   Chuck Koeber   Steve Koeber   Todd Koeber Vern Hallgren 
Jon Goranson              Daniel Dunlap


Greenwood Cemetery

Wayne, Nebraska

Hasemann Funeral Homes



    Frances Norma Wilhelmina Koeber was born November 22, 1916, at Chicago, Illinois to J. Oscar and Elsira (Johnson) Goranson.  She graduated from Fond du Lac High School.  Norma married William A. Koeber June 18, 1938, at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.   The couple lived in Fond du Lac, WI, and Sioux City, IA before moving to Wayne in 1949.  Norma was a homemaker.  She was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church, ELCW, Order of the Eastern Star, Minerva Club, V.F.W. Legion Auxiliary, and Nebraska Optometric Auxiliary.  Her hobbies included cooking, reading, caring for her house plants and playing Bridge. 


    Norma is survived by  her  four  sons,  Charles J.   (Cinda) Koeber of Concord, CA, Rev. William A. (Valerie) Koeber, Jr., Dr. Donald E. Claudia) Koeber, all of Wayne, Phillip L. Koeber of  New York, NY;  six grandchildren, five  great-grandchildren; a niece, Jill Goranson of St. Augustine, FL;  a nephew, Jon Goranson of Placida, FL and a cousin, Vern Hallgren of Los Angeles, CA.                           .


    Norma was  preceded  in  death  by her  parents,  husband,

Dr. William A. Koeber in 1979; one brother, Donald Goranson; and one aunt, Evelyn Hallgren.


    Norma’s family appreciates your thoughts and kindness and invites you to lunch in the church fellowship hall following the committal service.

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