Aleta-Fenceroy-Obituary

Aleta Fenceroy

Omaha, Nebraska

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I had the pleasure of being Aleta's traveling companion to Austrailia, where we attended the Sidney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras in 1992. I have lots of wonderful memories of her. The world was a better place because she was a part of it, and is a sadder place because of her passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to you Jean, and also Aleta's family.

Our sympathy and sincere condolences go out to Jean and Aleta's whole extended family. Her smile and kindness will be missed at the neighborhood gatherings.

I did not know Aleta long, but I do know that she was a kind and caring person. Even when she wasn't feeling well, she would ask how you were doing. I can't imagine how others feel who have known her a longer time. She was one of a kind. Jean and family, you are in my prayers.

She was my best friend, someone I could talk to and laugh with who I knew would always be there for me. She is still with me and will live in my heart and memory forever. There is a huge hole in the universe with her loss.

Gentle, wise, funny, gifted, hard-working, insightful--so many words to describe Aleta. And the essence of her spirit is beyond all words.
Peace, my friend. Nancy Brink

I always felt nurtured by Aleta. She had a rare gift for listening with her whole person and attention. I miss her.

NYC 2004

River City Mixed Chorus, June 18, 2006

I feel honored to have known Aleta. We shared some great moments together in the last days of her life. I felt blessed to have been there when she died. She will be missed terribly.

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Aleta's Obituary

Aleta Fenceroy passed away in Omaha, Nebraska. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on September 25, 2006.