Pearl L. Vidlak, age 89, of Lincoln, passed away on January 9, 2018, at the Journey House. She was born on September 16th, 1928 in Norfolk, to William and Anna (Borgmeyer) Nicolay.
Pearl is survived by her sister Lorna Fundum of Norfolk, children Lea (Tim Evers) Vidlak of Wilmington, DE, Theresa Crispin of Des Moines, IA and Tony (Cheri) Vidlak of Scottsdale, AZ, grandchildren Alex Evers, Michael Evers, Max Evers, Joe Crispin, Luke Crispin, Denise Mulkey and Capi McLean, 9½ great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and Sisters-In-Law, Marge Smith and Mary Vidlak. She was preceded in death by her husband Anton Vidlak and eight brothers and sisters.
Cremation. No visitation. A memorial service will be held at Southwood Lutheran Church at 4301 Wilderness Hills Blvd in Lincoln, Nebraska on Friday, February 2, 2018 at 11:30 am. In lieu of flowers, memorial to the Tabitha Journey House, Southwood Lutheran Church Memorial fund or charity of your choice. Condolences to www.aspenaftercare.com.
Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
Condolences for Pearl Lela Vidlak
I’m sorry to hear of your loss. I enjoyed visiting with Pearl at Lifepointe Fitness Center and at our church, Southwood Lutheran. She truly was a “pearl” of a gal. May God Be With All at this sad time of loss–and give you peace and strength. Sincerely,
We will miss so much seeing and visiting with Pearl at Lifepointe. She was such a sweet lady and delight to visit with. It was a highlight of my ‘exercise’ visits to chat with her and share things of her family and our family, what she had been doing since we had last saw each other, her hair cut and perm appointments, and just about anything and everything.
It was with great shock when learning of her passing. We were aware that she did not like to drive to exercise when there was the ‘one’ snowflake on the ground, (as she said), so we had no concern upon not seeing her recently, but expressed our wondering how she was doing over the winter.
It is with great regret that we could not give her our support and love in her last days.
Bless her and all your family,