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Birth:
10 Dec 1931 1
Arnold, Custer, Nebraska 1
Death:
21 May 2010 2
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Full Name:
Herman Leon Veith 2
Birth:
10 Dec 1931 1
Arnold, Custer, Nebraska 1
Male 1
Birth:
10 Dec 1931 2
Death:
21 May 2010 2
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From: Sidney, Nebraska 1
To: North Platte, Lincoln, Nebraska 1
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Last Residence: North Platte, NE 2
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Mother: Eathel Blanch Alexander 1
Father: Charles Henry Veith 1
Marriage:
Vera Clang 1
06 Aug 1954 1
Broken Bow, Nebraska 1
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Herman Leon Veith Gender: Male Age at Death: 78 Residence: North, Nebraska, USA Date of Birth: 10 Dec 1931 Birth Place: Arnold, Nebraska, USA Date of Death: 21 May 2010 Source Location: North Platte, Nebraska, USA Spouse: August Children: Carolyn Lemmer, Sheryl (David) Ball all of North Platte, Paula (Daniel) Buttler of Moline, Illinois, Michael (Brenda) Veith and Steven Veith all of North Platte Parents: Charles H. [Eathel Alexander Veith] Brothers and Sisters: Nina Johnson of North Platte Military: United States Army Full Obituary: HERMAN LEON VEITH View Schedule of Services View/Leave Condolences HERMAN L. VEITH Herman L. Veith, 78, of North Platte , passed away May 21, 2010 at Bryan LGH in Lincoln . He was born December 10, 1931 to Charles H. and Eathel (Alexander) Veith at Arnold , NE. Herman attended Arnold High School and later served in the United States Army until his discharge in 1951. He was united in marriage August 6, 1954 to Vera Clang at Broken Bow, NE. In 1961, they moved to North Platte from Sidney , NE. Herman loved to fish and played various instruments, the harmonica being his favorite. He was employed in construction and did masonry work. He is survived by his wife, Vera of North Platte; his children, Carolyn Lemmer, Sheryl (David) Ball all of North Platte, Paula (Daniel) Buttler of Moline, Illinois, Michael (Brenda) Veith and Steven Veith all of North Platte; a sister, Nina Johnson of North Platte; 14 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents; five brothers and three sisters. Online condolences may be shared at www.carpentermemorial.com . A memorial has been established in his memory. Funeral services will be Tuesday, May 25, 2010 at Carpenter Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Ron Lauber officiating. Burial will be at Ft. McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell with military honors by the North Platte Veterans Organizations. Carpenter Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Herman Leon Veith Family

North Platte, Lincoln, Nebraska

Father: Charles Henry Veith Birth 11 Dec 1893 in Arnold, Custer, Nebraska Death 2 May 1961 in Grand Island, Hall, Nebraska Mother: Eathel Blanch Alexander Birth 20 Mar 1905 in near Arnold, Lincoln, Nebraska Death 20 May 1960 in North Platte, Lincoln, Nebraska
Siblings: Helen Dixie Veith Birth 21 Sep 1921 in Arnold, Custer, Nebraska, USA Death 26 Oct 1988 in Rapid City, Pennington, South Dakota, USA Cecil Fay Veith Birth 19 Jul 1923 in Arnold, Custer, Nebraska, USA Death 24 Oct 1984 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United States Iona Ruth Veith Birth 17 May 1925 in Arnold, Custer, Nebraska Death 30 Mar 1988 in Fargo, Cass, North Dakota Ernest Leroy Veith Birth 19 May 1927 in Arnold, Custer, Nebraska, United States Death 15 May 1999 in Peyton, El Paso, Colorado, United States Richard Lavern Veith Birth 27 Sep 1928 in Arnold, Custer, Nebraska, United States Death 12 Apr 1996 in North Platte, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States Maynard Vernon Veith Birth 27 Jun 1930 in Arnold, Custer, Nebraska Death 25 Apr 2006 in North Platte, Lincoln, Nebraska Rosetta Ann Veith Birth 21 Jul 1935 in North Platte, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA Death 24 Jan 2004 in Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, United States Nina Veith Birth 1938 in North Platte, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA

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