Jeanne M. Moseman
Jeanne M. Moseman
December 30, 1944 -
August 8, 2017
Jeanne Marie Moseman of Fremont Passed away at Dunklau Gardens on Tuesday, August 8th 2017 with her son and daughter by her side.
Jeanne was born on December 30, 1944 in Norfolk, Ne to her parents, Gordon and Marjorie Stalnaker. She attended Madison High School graduating in 1963. She married Richard Hollendieck in June of that year and they later divorced. After High School, Jeanne attended Bahner College of Hairstyling for a short time. In April, 1978, Jeanne married William Moseman III in Hooper where they resided until his death.
During Jeanne’s work career, she became an award winning fashion consultant for various fashion corporations. Upon retiring from fashion, Jeanne still desired to work with people. She continued to provide her expertise with design by working in the fabric department at Walmart. Jeanne’s love of horses was fulfilled through 4-H, Hooper Saddle Club horseshows, raising and training horses. Her passion was personified by her outlook, décor and demeanor. In Jeanne’s later years, quilting took up most of her time. She was able to produce several wonderful heirlooms treasured by her family and loved ones.
Jeanne’s love of her family and friends was continuously shown in thoughts, deeds, and words. She always had a little gift or gadget for each of us when it was least expected.
Jeanne is survived by her daughter Jodi (Shane) Wimer of Fremont and her son Jeff (Terri) Hollendieck of Omaha. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Ethan, Sarah, Nicholas, Benjamin, Emmalena, and Jace. Sisters, Judy Bickley of Madison, NE.; JaNell (Mike) Finkral of Norfolk, NE.; Joyce (Jim) Van Weelden of Monticello, IN; and Jo (Dennis) Onnen of Grand Island, NE. Also included were Step-children and Step-grandchildren. Many nieces and nephews
Preceded in death, parents, husband Bill , brother in law Arnold Bickley
God Bless you Mom, we will miss you.
Jeff and Jodi.
Memorials in Jeanne’s name to HETRA- Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy http://hetra.org/donation-form/
The memorial service will be 1pm Saturday at the Ludvigsen Mortuary Chapel in Fremont. Rev. Dan Heuer will officiate.
Online guestbook at www.Ludvigsenmortuary.com