Daniel D. Koukol

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Koukol, Daniel D.
Dec 7, 1926 - Aug 29, 2013

Preceded in death by parents, Charles Joseph Koukol and Agnes (Hornicek) Koukol; sister, Rosalie Koukol Taylor. Survived by wife, Ludmila "Lida" Koukol (Matys); children, David (Cydney), Steven (Beth), and Janice Hanson (Kirk); nine grandchildren: Katie, Jeffrey, Connor, Libby, Claire, Alec, Cal, Leigh, and Megan, and nephews Rev. Samuel (Diana) Taylor, Don (Ginny) Taylor, Charles (Debbie) Taylor. Graduate of Omaha University and University of Nebraska College of Law.
WWII veteran, U.S. Navy; Member Beehive Lodge #1084; Tangier Shrine; and Scottish Rite; Past President, South Omaha Optimists Club and South Omaha Merchants Association; Advisory Board of Directors, South High School Alumni Association; Elder and Board of Trustees at Presbyterian Church of the Cross. Practiced law primarily in South Omaha and Omaha and was a member in good standing with the Nebraska State Bar Association for over 50 years. After serving his Country during World War II with the U. S. Navy as a Radarman 3rd Class in the Atlantic and Pacific, he graduated from Omaha University and earned his law degree from the University of Nebraska College of Law. He started his law practice in 1952. Dan later joined Hugh H. McCulloch and Lewis R. Leigh, which became the law firm of McCulloch, Leigh, and Koukol. He practiced with this firm in South Omaha from the 1950s until the early 1980s and established a strong probate and real estate practice. Dan and Lew Leigh merged with a firm that became Erickson & Sederstrom, P.C., where he was a partner until his retirement in 2004. Dan was an avid supporter of the University of Nebraska College of Law (and the Cornhuskers), South High School (Alumni Hall of Fame inductee 1988), and South Omaha (where he had his roots).
MASONIC SERVICE Friday, 10:30am, Presbyterian Church of the Cross, 1517 S 114th St, Omaha, NE. MEMORIAL SERVICE Friday 11am, Presbyterian Church of the Cross, 1517 S 114th St, Omaha, NE. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Presbyterian Church of the Cross or Heartland Hope Mission. Military Honors by American Legion Post 331. KORISKO LARKIN STASKIEWICZ
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5108 "F" St. 402-731-1234
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Korisko Larkin Staskiewicz Funeral Home
5108  Omaha, NE 68117
(402) 731-1234
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Published in Omaha World-Herald from Sept. 1 to Sept. 5, 2013
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