Beverly A. Nissen | Seward Independent3 min read
The Lord in His infinite mercy, has named to Beverly A. Nissen and she is with her Lord and has received the new beginning in Jesus Christ on Feb. 12, 2022. She now has received a new overall body and is singing God’s praises. Beverly was born Aug. 28, 1935, in Seward, to Florence V. (Wooden) and Robert J. Chloupek. She was a significantly-loved quiet kid with curly blond hair and an inquisitive mind.
She attended a a single-home university, which was a mile east of the farm wherever she grew up. She liked to browse and was shed in a globe of her personal. She had a photographic memory and craved understanding. She attended higher faculty at Staplehurst for one particular year and transferred to Seward Large Faculty and graduated in 1953.
In the tumble of her senior calendar year in college, she joined the regional 4-H club and elevated a calf as her job in the beef livestock division. Her father, Bob, informed her she necessary to do this to help finance her tuition in the drop. She confirmed her beef calf venture that summer months, a great deal to her enjoyment. She attended the University of Nebraska for two many years. Money was short, so she took a split in her schooling and taught in a a single-home county faculty for a calendar year and returned to the college the following drop. Though attending lessons, she worked at Love Library and the Lutheran Chapel on campus. She had a double significant of historical past and English and graduated from UNL in 1958 and with a MA in 1959.
Following graduation, she moved to Omaha to train English at Benson Significant University and was married to Lowell Nissen on July 31, 1960. Of study course, her ornery young adult kin performed methods on the newlyweds, which had the stop result of happy reminiscences.
With their transfer to Illinois, Beverly taught at Partridge West Superior University. This faculty gave her many challenges. In Wisconsin, she taught in Oshkosh West Significant University. Afterwards, her spouse obtained a educating posture with the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, so she entered grad-college at the university to labored on her PhD and taught fifty percent time.
Beverly and partner, Lowell, required to adopt a youngster and had been informed that one of the dad and mom had to be a “stay at home” father or mother. They made the determination for Bev to be that dad or mum and so she retained herself occupied volunteering at the church they attended and numerous other matters till they experienced that boy or girl. Beverly took up hand spinning and uncovered a like of needle lace.
In 1972, eight and a person-50 percent calendar year-outdated Lois Ann arrived to reside with them. Lois needed a lot appreciate and consideration and aid with her schooling. Beverly turned proficient in hand spinning, weaving, dyeing with pure dyes and an specialist on spinning wheels. She taught and shown at the John Campbell People College in North Carolina and was a mentor at a folks school in close proximity to Lake Tahoe, California.
Survivors include things like her daughter and son-in-regulation, Lois and Robert Ganous, Myron, Ga her a few grandchildren, Zachary (Kelsey) Ganous, Meghann (Brad) Butler, and Jordon Ganous two good-grandchildren, Barron and Naomi Ganous her sister and brother-in-law, Barbara and Billy Fowl of Seward brother and sister-in-legislation, Dick and Judy Chloupek of Lincoln her sisters-in-regulation Helga Nissen, Hawley of Minnesota and sister-in-law and brother-in-legislation, Larayne and Rev. Richard Radde, Morehead, Minnesota niece, nephew, lots of other relations and a host of close friends. Beverly was preceded in loss of life by for every parents, Robert and Florence Chloupek and spouse, Lowell.
A graveside company will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 18 at the Seward Cemetery. Condolences may possibly be still left for the loved ones on line at volzkefuneralhome.com.