was born in Grand Island. Bill 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
in 2000, becoming sole owner in 2005.
He and his wife Darby reside in St. Paul and have
three grown children; Ashley and her husband, Jeff of Phoenix, Alex and his wife, Liz, Austin and his wife Tracy
and three grandchildren.
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.
Tracey Dietz has recently joined
Jacobsen-Greenway Funeral Home in St. Paul and Greenway Funeral Home in
has been a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer in Nebraska since 2001,
previously working in Lincoln and Grand Island.
was raised on the family farm in Garrison, North Dakota. She graduated from Garrison High School in
Garrison, ND. She received her
Associates Degree in Art and Science at Bismarck State College in Bismarck,
ND. She received her Bachelor’s Degree
in Mortuary Science at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN.
is married to Dirk Dietz and the couple have one daughter, Scotlyn Rose who is
in kindergarten at St. Paul Public School.
Dirk is the Assistant Energy Supply Manager for Nebraska Public Power
has joined the Rotary Club in St. Paul and is attending St. Mark’s Lutheran
Church in St. Paul.
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.
and her husband Carl reside in Palmer and have two grown children and four
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.
Bonnie helps with visitations and funerals.
Bob is a lifelong resident of
Dannebrog. He has been married to his
wife Zonna for 46 years.
They have two children, Dave and his wife, Shawna of
Peoria, AZ and Dana and her husband, David of Laramie, WY and five
He is a member of First Baptist Church in Dannebrog where
he has served as an Elder and Jr. High Sunday School teacher. Spending time with his grandchildren, riding
his Harley, bending a fishing pole and enjoying the state recreation areas in
his camper are his favorite activities.
Bob works as a funeral assistant.
is originally from Leigh, Nebraska but grew up in Fremont. He is a graduate of Fremont High School and
Midland Lutheran College, with a B.A. degree in Biological Science and Physical
works full time for the Nebraska State Fire Marshal Training Division. He is responsible for providing training for
firefighters in twenty one counties in South Central Nebraska, but also travels
state wide assisting Emergency Response organizations.
was a high school teacher before going to work for the fire marshal as a
and his wife Janet moved to St. Paul in 2005 and have become actively involved
in the community through their children Holly, Valaree, and Nicklaus.
Brian enjoys hunting and fishing, dancing with Janet
and doing things with his children that they enjoy.Their family loves