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Branda K. Wohlgemuth

(1960-2021)
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Branda K. Wohlgemuth

Branda K. Wohlgemuth

Funeral Services for Branda K. Wohlgemuth was held on Friday, January 8th, 2021, at 10:30 a.m. at the Trinity Evangelical Free Church in Holdrege, Nebraska with Pastor Daren Popple officiating. Interment followed at the Moses Hill Cemetery, rural Loomis, Nebraska.

Branda Kay Wohlgemuth, 60 years of age, of rural Holdrege, died on Monday, January 4th, 2021, at the Phelps Memorial Health Center, in Holdrege, surrounded her by family. Branda was born on March 16th, 1960, at Kearney, Nebraska, the eldest of two children, born to Morris “Mike” and Pearl E. (Moon Smidt) Lind. She attended the R4 Country School in Phelps County and then attended and graduated from Holdrege High School with the class of 1979. Branda pursued higher education and obtained a degree in business from Grand Island Business College.

On January 4th, 1980, Branda was united m marriage to David Wohlgemuth at the Holcomb Evangelical Free Church by Pastor John Herman. This union was blessed with two sons, Morgan and Cok. The family made their home on a farm south of Funk, Naska, where they engaged in farming.

Branda was a member of the Fridhem Lutheran Church, and was active with the Fridhem Lutheran Church Sunday school for many years and enjoyed the time spent with the children.

Branda loved spending time with her family at the lake; baking, and coolthog; enjoyed being the “family genealogist”; and especially loved being the family caregiver. Dave and Branda enjoyed many trips to the mountains.

Branda was preceded in death by: her mother, Pearl; father in-law and mother-in-law, Charles and Bonita Wohlgemtah; and nephew Kellen Wohlgemtah.

She leaves to celebrate her life; her husband, David Wohlgemoth of rural Holdrege; sons, Morgan Wohlgemuth and his wife, LeAnna of rural Holdrege; and Colby Wohlgemuth and his wife, Brooke of Holdrege; three grandchildren: Gage, and Cord; and Madisyn; her father, Maxis “Mike” Lind and his wife, Karen of Kearney; her brother, Brad Lind and his wife, Lynn of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; four brothers-in-law: Daniel Wohlgemuth of Leander, Texas; Donald Wohlgemuth and his wife, Brenda of Holdrege; Damn Wohlgemuth and his wife, Jacquline of Overland Park, Kansas; and Delwin Wohlgemuth and his wife, Ellen of Salina, Kansas; two sisters-in-law: Denise Larsen and her husband, Don • as of Lincoln, Nebraska; and DeAnn Watermeier and her husband, Nathan of Lincoln; a step-brother, Brandon Batt of Kearney; along with many nieces and nephews; other consins; relatives; and friends.

Visitation was held on Thursday, January 7th, 2021, from 5:00 pm.— 7:00 pm. at the Nelson-Batter Funeral Home in Holdrege.

A memorial has been established in Branda’s honor, and kindly suggested to the Nebraska Prairie Museum; or the Frid hem Lutheran Church— Sunday school.

Expressions of caring and kindness can be sent to the family at wwwnelsonbatterfh.com.

The Nelson-Bauer Funeral Home in Holdrege assisted the family with the arrangements.

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