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Recent Obituaries

Ernie Albertsen

July 17, 2024

Ernie Albertsen, 101, of West Point, died Wednesday, July 17, 2024 at Colonial Haven in Beemer.  Memorial service will be 11:00am on Wednesday, July 24 at Grace Lutheran Church with Rev. Priscilla Hukki officiating.  Lunch will follow at the church hall.  Private family inurnment will be at Mount Hope Cemetery. ...

Theresa Luebbert

July 7, 2024

Theresa Luebbert (Mrs. Casper Luebbert), 94, of West Point, died Sunday, July 7, 2024 at Colonial Haven in Beemer.  Funeral Mass will be 10:30am on Thursday, July 11 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in West Point.  Burial will be at St. Michael’s Cemetery with lunch following at the cafeteria.  Visitation...

Leroy Timmerman

June 12, 2024

With profound sorrow, we announce the passing of our dearly loved Leroy Aloysius Timmerman. Leroy departed this world peacefully on June 12, 2024, surrounded by loved ones. Funeral Mass will be 10:30am on Monday, June 17 at St. Boniface Catholic Church at Monterey with Rev. Gerry Gonderinger as celebrant. Burial...

Stokely’s Start:

A Message from the Stokely Family:

Stokely Funeral Home is a family-owned and operated business dedicated to serving families in their time of need. Thank you for giving our family the opportunity to serve you and your family and during this difficult time in your lives.

We strive to give exceptional service to the families we serve with personal touches, respect, dignity, and compassion that is necessary during these difficult times.

We proudly serve the communities of West Point, Dodge, Beemer, Scribner, Snyder, Howells, Fremont, and all surrounding Northeast Nebraska communities.

Stalp Funeral Home to Stokely Funeral Home

After over 50 years in business, in 2004, Stalp Funeral Home changed its name to Stokely Funeral Home. The change now reflects the true ownership of the firm as well as reinforces our commitment to the funeral industry in West Point, Dodge, Beemer, Scribner, Snyder, Howells, Fremont, and the surrounding communities for years to come.