|Bill Greenway was born in Grand Island, NE, and is a 2nd generation funeral director from Palmer, NE. He attended Kearney State College and graduated from the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science in 1976. He and his wife Darby moved to St. Paul in August 1989.He became a partner of Jacobsen-Greenway Funeral Home and Greenway Funeral Home in 2000, becoming sole owner in 2005. He and his wife Darby reside in St. Paul and have three grown children; Ashley, Alex and Austin. Bill is a member of the United Methodist Church of St. Paul, St. Paul Rotary Club, Nebraska Funeral Directors Association, and National Funeral Directors Association.|
|Timeree Andreasen was raised on a farm south of Hordville, NE. She graduated from Polk-Hordville High School in 2000 and then attended Southeast Community College in Lincoln. Timeree attended Kansas City Community College where she received her Associate of Applied Science Degree in Mortuary Science in December 2005. Timeree was a recipient of the Dorothy E. Swanson Scholarship from the Nebraska Funeral Directors Association.On May 24, 2007, she received her Nebraska Funeral Director and Embalmers license. In October 2007, she began her employment at Jacobsen-Greenway Funeral Home and Greenway Funeral Home as a funeral director and embalmer.
Timeree is a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Kronborg, NE and a Relay for Life participant.
|Cecil Kennedy was born in North Loup, NE and graduated from Ericson, NE High School.He worked for Northwestern Bell and U.S. West Telephone companies retiring in 1990 after 41 ½ years. He and his wife Wynona reside in rural Dannebrog and have three children, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. They are members of the United Methodist Church of St. Paul.|
Bonnie Beed was born and raised in Palmer, NE. She graduated from Palmer High School in 1968. She also earned a CMS certification and worked at the Coolidge Center in Palmer and for Midland Aging for a total of 32 years. She also worked at Palmer High School in the resource program as a paraprofessional.
Bonnie and her husband Carl reside in Palmer and have two grown children and four grandchildren.
Bonnie is a member of First Church of Christ and serves as assistant treasurer and vice president of the Ladies Willing Workers and the Burton Beyer American Legion Auxiliary Unit #120 of Palmer. She currently serves on the Palmer Village Board.
|Walt Vargason In Memory of Walt. Walt departed this life on April 11, 2013 leaving a wife Linda. For the past several years, Walt helped as a funeral assistant for us at the funeral home. He was friendly, outgoing and always willing to help wherever he could. We appreciated his smile, laughter and sense of humor. He gave many people enjoyment with his music over the years. Along with his family, we will miss him.|