Verneil Mae Shamburg
July 12, 1926 to October 13, 2022
Verneil Mae Shamburg, 96, of Lincoln, went to her home in heaven on October 13, 2022. She was born in Western, Nebraska on July 12, 1926, to Leon and Elsie Haddix.
Verneil was a special person who was beloved by her family and friends. She was always quick with a smile and a laugh, was kind, generous, loving and hard-working. Her Christian faith was central in her life and she was utterly devoted to her family and friends.
Verneil aided the WWII effort with her work at Leuck Laboraties, was employed for 18 years at Burlington Employees Credit Union, 7 years at Willowcreek Apartments and 10 years at Da Vinci’s, retiring at age 89. She volunteered to help others at the local Food Pantry and the City Mission.
Preceded in death by her husband Dean Shamburg, daughter Judith Raycraft and brother Curtis Haddix.
Survived by son, Thomas (Janet) Shamburg of Lincoln, grandchildren, Stacey Sell, Shelley Martin, Jennifer White, Angela Waller and Jeffrey Shamburg, all of Lincoln, Becky Humphreys of Sparks, Nevada and Jill Steinke of Grand Island, Nebraska and 11 great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren.
Memorial service will be held at 2:30 pm, Tuesday, October 25, 2022, at Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, 8300 East Pointe Road, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506. In lieu of flowers donations may be given to Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church.
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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.
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I’m so very sorry for your loss. Wonderful memories of all those Second Presbyterian folks!
Amy Ripley Dusenbery
I had the privilege to work with Verneil and her husband Dean with the youth group at Second Presbyterian Church back in 1979 and 1980. Verneil and Dean were an incredible pair of grandparents that took all of Second Pres. youth under their wings. Also, I still remember the first wedding I ever attended. It was their daughter Judith’s wedding. I was about five.
Scott E. Farleigh
So sorry for your loss.
Blessings to all.