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Norman I Cloyed

March 31, 1925 December 28, 2018
Norman  I  Cloyed
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Obituary for Norman I Cloyed

Norman I. Cloyed, 93, of Lincoln, passed away on Friday, December 28, 2018. Born to IW Cloyed and Leona Johnson on March 31, 1925 in Syracuse, Nebraska. Norm was a WW2 Sergeant, Korean War Veteran, and a Purple Heart Recipient.

Norm worked for the USPS for 39 years, AKSARBEN Race Track 25 years, Quest Diagnostic, Duteau Chevrolet, and Sid Dillon.

He is survived by his daughter; Patti Cloyed Wenzel, grandson; Easton Wenzel, step-daughters; Julie Pearson Anderson (Clay), Kerry Pearson, sons; Eric (Katie) Jones, Brent Jones, Jeffrey (Heidi) Pearson, Michelle (Jon) Pearson Gilliand.

Norm is preceded in death by his parents Ivan and Leona, brother; Duane, wife; Frances Hefner Cloyed, son; Gregory, and wife; Delores Pearson Cloyed.

Memorials may be given to the family for future donation to Patriotic Productions.


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Visitation

Friday

4

Jan

9:30 AM 1/4/2019 9:30:00 AM - 10:30 AM 1/4/2019 10:30:00 AM
Luther Memorial Church

1162 Mohawk St
Syracuse, Nebraska 68446

Luther Memorial Church
1162 Mohawk St Syracuse 68446 Nebraska
United States

Service

Friday

4

Jan

10:30 AM 1/4/2019 10:30:00 AM
Luther Memorial Church

1162 Mohawk St
Syracuse, Nebraska 68446

Luther Memorial Church
1162 Mohawk St Syracuse 68446 Nebraska
United States

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