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Wayne Denklau Sr. age 79

Posted: 06 July, 2012

Memorial graveside services for Wayne Denklau Sr. age 79 of Wayne are being held in Pleasant View Cemetery in Winside, Nebraska on Tuesday  at 10:30 a.m. with military rites. He passed away Friday at St. Joseph’s Rehabilitation and Care Center in Norfolk.
Memorial Visitation: Hasemann Funeral Home of Wayne
Monday from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. with family present.
Officiate: PMA Glenn Kietzmann
Memorials may be directed to the Trinity Lutheran Church in Winside - Winside Fire and Rescue -Wayne Vets Club- Winside American Legion-Pleasant View Cemetery Association.

In Loving Memory
( Age 79 ) Wayne C. Denklau Sr. ( Wayne)
July 14, 1932           Davenport, Iowa
Entered Into Rest
July 6, 2012           Norfolk, Nebraska
(St. Joseph’s Rehabilitation and Care Center)
A Christian Graveside Service
Military Rites
Pleasant View Cemetery
Winside, Nebraska
Tuesday        10:30 a.m.         July 10, 2012
PMA Glenn Kietzmann
Honorary Pallbearers
Wayne’s Grandchildren
Kimberly Becker     Kelsey Denklau   Miranda Denklau
Michael Denklau   Samantha Denklau        Jeremy Reeg
Kristi Armstrong     Brandon Bowers  McKaeya Becker
Hasemann Funeral Homes
     Wayne Clarence Denklau was born July 14, 1932, at Davenport, IA to Clarence and Almeda (Rohlf) Denklau.  He graduated from high school at Davenport and had three years of Officer Reserve Training. Wayne married Lorraine Voss, June 6, 1954, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Winside.  They lived and visited many cities in Europe and the USA. Wayne served in the United States Air Force at Offutt AFB in Nebraska,  Ramstein, Germany, Lincoln AFB in Lincoln, NE, AFB in Nashville, TN, AFB in Little Rock, AK,  Stewart AFB in  Thailand, and Edward AFB in California, where he retired from the military. They returned to Winside in 1973, where Wayne drove school bus at Winside, worked at Winside Elevator with brothers-in-law, and then became Veteran Service Officer for Wayne County from 1977, until retiring in 2011.  Following Lorraine’s death, Wayne moved to Wayne.  He was a member of Winside American Legion Post #252, AM Vets Post #22, and Disabled American Veterans Post #28.
     Wayne is survived by his sons, Wayne Jr. (Sue) Denklau and Bryan (Sue) Denklau, all of Wayne; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law, and brothers-in-law, Janet Denklau of Clinton, IA, Betty  (Marvin) Andersen of Hoskins, George (Beverly) Voss of Winside, and Margaret (Don) Kay of Wayne; nieces and nephews.
     Wayne was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Lorraine in 2005; brother, Les; and brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.
     Wayne’s family appreciates your thoughts and kindness and invites you to lunch in the Winside American Legion Hall following the service.

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