In Memory

Rodney Wilson

Rodney C. Wilson, 65, born July 12, 1951, died May 31, 2017 of complications of Huntingtons Disease at Milford, NE. Retired from LT&T. Loved classic cars and vintage toys.

Survived by spouse, Jeanne (Zabel) Wilson, daughter, Erin (Justin) Foxhoven, son, Eric Wilson and grandchildren Ian Foxhoven and Layla Foxhoven, brothers Charles B., Michael (Connie) and Bruce (Sharlene), nieces and nephews.

Preceded by father Charles B. and mother Fannie Reid Wilson.

Cremation. No visitation. Celebration of Life Service on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. in the North Chapel at Lincoln Berean Church, 70th and Hwy 2. Enter through the north doors.

Memorials to the Hereditary Neurological Disease Centre, 3223 North Webb Street, Suite 4, Wichita, KS 67226

Condolences may be left online at www.aspenaftercare.com

Funeral Home assisting Aspen Cremation & Burial Service, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504

To view this on-line obituary or email condolences, please visit Aspen Cremation & Burial Service’s website www.aspenaftercare.com

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06/09/17 08:11 PM #1    

Scott Colborn

God Bless you Rod, and bless your family and many friends and classmates.

Peace.

 


06/10/17 09:50 AM #2    

Steven Jensen

Rod and I became close friends in Pound Junior High School, probably because of the love of vintage cars. There was a guy who lived in Cheney that had a salvage yard with which we'd go out and walk through dreaming of fixing one of those old cars up! Rod especially had a fondness of European made cars. Later at Southeast we both worked at the A&W drive inn at 48th and Van Dorn ,boy there are stories I could tell you about that! Thanks to Rod, I met my lovely wife Connie.

You will be greatly missed Rod, Rest in peace.


06/12/17 04:44 PM #3    

Russ Minary

I met Rod when we were little kids; always liked him.  His Mom had a hair salon (in their house), went by the name of 'Fannie' and she did my Mom's hair.  They lived across the street from College View Presbyterian Church on Prescott.  Rod and I would play together while his Mom was doing my Mom's hair.  Lost touch with him sometime in grade school (Calvert Elementary).  My condolences to his family. 


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