Benny Cyboron

Benny Cyboron

Benny A. Cyboron, 88, of Boelus died Sunday, May 19, 2013 at the Nebraska Heart Institute in Lincoln.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday at the United Methodist Church in Boelus. The Reverend Melanie Adams will officiate. Interment will be held in Loup Fork Cemetery near Boelus with military honors by Schipman-Mogensen American Legion Post #201 of Boelus.

Visitation will be held from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at Jacobsen-Greenway Funeral Home in St. Paul.

Memorials are suggested to the Boelus Civic Center.

Benny was born September 6, 1924 on the farm near Boelus, Nebraska to John & Leona (Czapla) Cyboron.

He was raised on the farm and attended District #28 until 8th grade. He then attended high school in Boelus and graduated from Boelus High School in 1943.

After high school, he worked on the farm until he entered the United States Army in March 1944. He served in the Army during World War II starting in France and went to Germany. He was honorably discharged in July 1946.

Benny was united in marriage to Ruth Carson on June 15, 1946 in Littleton, Colorado.

In 1951, he began working at Gates Rubber Company in Denver, Colorado.

He helped to organize and was a member of the Castlewood Centennial Fire Department, where he worked as Fire Marshall until he retired in 1979.

After retirement, he moved back to Boelus and bought a farm near Rockville.

Benny was a member of the Mission Hills Baptist Church in Littleton, Colorado, a life member of the Grange (Grandview) in Littleton, the Schipman-Mogensen American Legion Post #201 of Boelus and the Colorado State Grange.

Benny was most proud of his carpenter work when he remodeled a house in Littleton, Colorado by himself. He also enjoyed playing pinochial with his wife.

Benny is survived by his daughter, Cynthia Bigelow of Fort Collins, CO; a son, Dennis Cyboron of Fort Collins, CO; two grandchildren, Dennis Bigelow of Fort Collins, CO and Caroline Bigelow of Worcester, MA; brothers & sisters-in-law, Valentine & Fern Cyboron of Grand Island, and Edward & Rose Marie Cyboron of Grand Island; and one sister, Laura Hansen of St. Paul, NE; and sisters-in-law, Dorothy Cyboron and Florence Cyboron of Englewood, CO, Henrietta Cyboron of St. Paul and a brother-in-law, Donald Plambeck of Grand Island.

He is preceded in death by his parents; his wife Ruth; a son-in-law, David Bigelow, brothers Stanley, Adolph, Raymond, John and Leonard Cyboron; sisters, Maryann, Barbara, and Elnora Cyboron, a brother-in-law, Edward Hansen, and sisters-in-law, Rose Cyboron and Laura Cyboron.

 

 

 

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5 Responses to “Benny Cyboron”

  1. Jeannie Hulme says:

    Cynthia and Dennis,
    My thoughts and prayers. Your father was a wonderful uncle to so many of us. He was very very special to me. I’m so glad I was home in March. On leaving for the airport I quickly made one more stop at his apartment for a hug and a final “love you, take care.”
    I will miss him much! Love, Jeannie

  2. Gregg and Sharon Schwartz says:

    Your dad will be missed by everyone that ever knew him..We have so many wonderful memories of one special uncle. We are so glad he was able to spend our last gathering in the pub room. Our sympathy thoughts and prayers go out to our entire family and the many friends. We love you Uncle Ben!

  3. Steven Hanisch says:

    I used to eat dinner with him at the tavern and he was a very supportive and good person. He will be missed by many people.

  4. Debbie Overfield says:

    We are truly sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with all the family.

    George & Debbie Overfield

  5. Judy Ketterman says:

    We will miss our Uncle Benny. He was a good loving man. Mom and I have many fond memories of him. Our hearts are with our cousin’s Dennis, Cynthia, Caroline, and Dennis. You are in our prayers and thoughts at this time. Call us if you need anything or contact us through facebook. Love ya, Velda, Jerry and Judy Ketterman

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