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Paul F. Lienemann

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Lienemann, Paul F.
Age 84

Preceded in death by parents, Art and Dora Lienemann; son Alan; and brothers, Herb, Art, Marvin, and Don. Survived by wife, Lucille; sons, Gary, Omaha, and James (Juliet), West Hills, CA; daughters, Kristen Lienemann, Cindy Rose, Lori (Doug) Obermier, and Lisa (Todd) Skokan, all Omaha; grandchildren, Dan and Josh Lienemann, Jeff and Alex Rose, Lauren Obermier, Zach, Nate and Sam Skokan; brother, Del, Lincoln; extended family of Valmont Industries and the Immanuel Lighthouse; and numerous nieces; nephews; and a host of friends. Paul was born and raised in Papillion, being baptized and confirmed at First Lutheran Church in Papillion and graduated from Papillion High School. He proudly served in the U.S. Army in WWII, as well as the Korean War during his college years. He attended UNL and was a member of Beta Sigma Psi Fraternity. It was at UNL where he met the love of his life, his wife Lucille Anderson, to whom he remained devoted until his death. Upon graduating from UNL, he became a CPA, and worked for Arthur Anderson & Peat Marwick, before joining Valmont Industries, where he became the Chief Financial Officer, and saw the company grow and become publicly traded. Paul had a strong sense of family, loyalty, and humility, centered by his devotion to the Church.
Family will receive friends 6-8pm Monday at West Center Chapel. FUNERAL SERVICE Tuesday 11am at Lutheran Church of the Master, 2617 S 114th St., with Military Honors by Benson VFW Post #2503. Private Interment. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to Lutheran Church of the Master; or Immanuel Community Foundation to purchase stained glass windows in the Lighthouse Chapel where he attended services.
DUE TO CONSTRUCTION ON WEST CENTER ROAD, turn south onto 80th Ave. from West Center Road, then take first left onto Frontage Road and follow to Mortuary. HEAFEY-HEAFEY-HOFFMANN
78th & West Center 402-391-3900



Published in Omaha World-Herald from Oct. 2 to Oct. 4, 2011
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