Rosemary Ann Wuebben
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Rosemary Ann Wuebben, age 82 of Bow Valley, Nebraska died on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at the Sanford Vermillion Care Center in Vermillion, SD.

Mass of Christian Burial will be on Monday, June 25, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Family (Sts. Peter & Paul) Catholic Church in Bow Valley with the Rev. Eric Olsen officiating. Burial will be at Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery in Bow Valley. Visitation will be on Sunday, at church, from 2-5:00 p.m. with a Vigil Service at 4:00 p.m. Visitation will continue on Monday one hour prior to services. Arrangements are under the direction of the Wintz Funeral Home in Hartington.

Pallbearers will be Rosemary's grandsons, Jeremy Wuebben, Zach Wuebben, Michael Wuebben, Jason Hoebelheinrich, Tyler Koch, Justin Koch, Brad Bollich, Brett Bollich, and Connor Wuebben.

Honorary pallbearers will be Rosemary's granddaughters Jennifer Petersen, Ashley Wuebben, Kim May, Sheri Koch, Jamie Jones, Mandy Kost, Heather Watterson, Megan Koch, Rachel Van Engen, Paige Wuebben, Bailey Wuebben, and Rosemary's 11 great-grandchildren.

Rosemary Ann was born October 29, 1935 on a farm near St. James, Nebraska to Fritz S. and Rose H. (Imoehl) Pinkelman. She grew up in the St. James area and graduated from Holy Trinity High School in 1953. She continued to live in the St. James area until she was married to Eugene D. Wuebben on October 2, 1957 in St. James, Nebraska. After their marriage they moved to rural Bow Valley, Nebraska and then moved to St. Helena in 1995. Gene and Rosemary moved to Majestic Bluffs in Yankton, SD in 2011. Gene died on February 23, 2015 at the age of 81 years. Rosemary then moved to the Sanford Vermillion Care Center two years ago in 2016.

Rosemary was a former member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in St. Helena and its Council of Catholic Women, Holy Family (Sts. Peter & Paul) Catholic Church in Bow Valley Christian Mothers. Rosemary loved to cook and bake, making loaves upon loaves of bread for her family. She liked to decorate Christmas cookies and even made popcorn and cookies for the kids that rode on Gene's school bus route. She had a garden and canned much of her produce. Rosemary worked as a cook for the St. Helena school lunch program for several years. She loved to play the piano and also the accordion. Rosemary always extended her hospitality when anyone would stop by. Rosemary enjoyed her flowers and always admired her father's ability to grow large roses.

Rosemary is survived by her seven children and their spouses, Duane and Marsha Wuebben of Bow Valley, Mary Ann and Dale Hoebelheinrich of Yankton, SD, Rosanne and Daniel Koch of Wynot, Joan and Joe Reed of Vermillion, SD, Janice and Alan Koch of Wynot, Dennis and Julie Wuebben of Bow Valley, Donna and Bruce Bollich of Fordyce; 20 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; four brothers and spouses, Edward F. & Jeanette Pinkelman of Wynot, Frederick and Carol Pinkelman of Hartington, Jerome & Charlotte Pinkelman of Wynot, Stanley & Violet Pinkelman of Wynot; sister Celestine & husband James Dvorak of Scotland, SD.

Preceded in death by her parents, husband Gene in 2015, two miscarried sons; a brother Edmund J. and wife Lorraine Pinkelman.




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You have my deepest sympathy in the loss of Rosemary. I loved bringing her Communion when she was in Majestic Bluffs. She was so grateful. May God bless you with the strength to deal with the grief.

Laverta Mauch


Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Rosemary. May God give you all strength and comfort.

Larry and Marie (Pinkelman) Ringstad


My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Rosemary please read God's wonderful promise for the loved ones we have lost in death it will give you hope and comfort during this difficult time Acts 24:15; John 5: 28,29; Revelation 21: 1-5.

Sacramenta Landrum


My prayers are with you all. Rosemary was a wonderful woman and greatly influenced me as a young girl. The way Rosemary and Gene welcomed me with open arms the summer I was in Nebraska was a true gift. She already had a large family and worked harder than most people I knew. I was scared and confused and she and her family made me feel like I had a second family. She will be sorely missed

Judy Martin

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