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Siemek, Alvin "Bud" Jr.

Siemek, Alvin "Bud" Jr.

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Siemek, Alvin "Bud" Jr. Mar 6, 1926 - Jul 1, 2015 Age 89, of Columbus died in Omaha, NE. Bud was born in Fullerton, NE to Alvin Sr. and Leona (Wetovick) Siemek. He attended Fullerton High School and was drafted into the Army in August 1944. Bud served in WWII in the South Pacific as a Staff Sergeant in the 127th Infantry. He was united in marriage to Marcella Korger May 3, 1950 at St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Shelby. He worked for years as a home builder and cabinet maker and later as a department foreman at Kosch Manufacturing until his retirement in March 1991. He was a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church and the V.F.W. He was preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Beverly Bomar, Jacksonville FL; grandson-in-law, Christopher Rudloff, Omaha. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Marcie; children, Vern (Willa) Siemek, Tim (Connie), Keith Siemek all of Omaha, Ken (Deb) Siemek, Lincoln, Al (Amy) Siemek, Pegg (Jeff) Siemek-Asche, all of Omaha; son-in-law, Nolan Bomar, Jacksonville; sister-in-law, Dolores Korger, Shelby; 15 grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren; niece; 2 nephews. MASS of CHRISTIAN BURIAL 10am, Wednesday, July 8, St. Anthony Catholic Church, Columbus, NE with Military Honors by Hartman Post #84, American Legion Honor Guard. VIGIL 7pm, Tuesday, McKown Funeral Home, Columbus, NE. VISITATION 5-7pm Tuesday, McKown Funeral Home. VISITATION will continue Wednesday morning 8-9:30am, also at the Funeral Home. PRIVATE GRAVESIDE SERVICE 2:30pm Wednesday, Resurrection Catholic Cemetery, Omaha. McKOWN FUNERAL HOME Columbus, NE 402-564-4232 www.mckownfuneralhome.com

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