Lorraine A. Moseman
Lorraine A. Moseman
April 7, 1929 -
March 12, 2018
Lorraine Alva Kuss Moseman, age 88, of Fremont
Was called heavenward in Christ Jesus according to God’s plan
Monday evening (March 12th, 2018) at Nye Legacy, Fremont.
Lorraine was born April 7, 1929 in Winslow, Nebraska to Art and Hilda (Geisler) Kuss. She was raised in the Winslow/Hooper area and graduated from Hooper High School in 1946. After school she worked at Woolworth’s Five and Dime, and Reynold’s Insurance in Fremont. Lorraine married Clarence Moseman February 1, 1949 and lived with and farmed with Clarence north of Arlington until 1968, when they moved to Winslow, and then later to Fremont in 1985.
Lorraine worked as a bookkeeper for the Farmers’ Union Coop in Nickerson, Nebraska. She was a hard-working farmer’s wife, mother, and Sunday School teacher for 18 years. Lorraine volunteered at Low Income Ministry and worked at a daycare. She also made quilts for Lutheran World Relief. She loved to square dance with Clarence. Lorraine was a former member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church north of Arlington, Immanuel Lutheran Church of Hooper (east of Winslow), and later Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fremont.
Lorraine was preceded in death by her husband Clarence, after 66 years of marriage, and by her parents, and sister Diane Rinas.
Survivors: children – Sharlyn (Dave) Scheer, Arlington
Lynette (Gerald ‘Butch’) Oakes, Fremont
Byron (Noreen) Moseman, Cedar Rapids, NE
Kevin (Colleen) Moseman, Omaha
26 great grandchildren
brother – Merlin (Shirley) Kuss, Fremont
brothers-in-law – Calvin (Marion) Moseman, Craig, NE
Duane (LaRae) Moseman, Hooper, NE
Larry (Joyce) Rinas, Arlington, NE
many cousins, nieces and nephew
The funeral service will be 10:30 AM Saturday (March 17th) at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. The committal (following the funeral lunch) will be in Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery east of Winslow. Visitation at the Ludvigsen Mortuary, Fremont, will be Friday 2 to 8 PM, with the family present 6 to 8 PM. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to Concordia Lutheran Seminary of St. Louis, and the Lutheran Hour.
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