Beryl E. Frosh

Beryl E. Frosh, 86, of Stapleton, passed away August 31, 2018, at Great Plains Health, with his family by his side.
 He was born on January 25, 1932, to Fred and Lenore (Dewitt) Frosh in on a farm in rural Northeast Lincoln County in Nebraska. Beryl enlisted in the Army in 1952, serving in the Korean War and was honorably discharged in 1954. During his service he received the bronze star. Beryl attended Trade School in Kansas City, Missouri after being discharged from the Army.
Beryl married the love of his life, Gayle June Henry, on November 28, 1954 in the Garfield Church. They farmed in the Lexington area for 7 years before moving to the Arnold and Stapleton area in 1962 where Beryl farmed for 60 years. He was also employed by the Union Pacific Railroad for 20 years. He was a member of the American Legion and the United Methodist Church in Arnold. Beryl loved the farming life, helping whenever he was needed in the farming community. He always enjoyed having his family and neighbors around and was loved by all.
He was preceded in death by, his parents, Fred and Lenore Frosh; his parents in law, Frank and Dorothy Henry; brothers, George and Lloyd Frosh; sisters, Lucille Lucerno and Marjorie (Dan) Grafton; brother in laws, Bob and Jim Henry; grandson, Justin Frosh.
Beryl is survived by his wife of 64 years, Gayle Henry Frosh; son, Frank (Keri) Frosh; daughter, Lori (Steve) Keifer; grandchildren, Jessica (Robert Schuster) Bartles, Christopher (Patrice) Keifer, Candi (Chris) Wickwire, Tyler Frosh and Korbin Frosh; great grandchildren, Trey, Peyton, Maddie, Brenna, Andrew, Kayia, CJ and Chloe; brother, Ray Frosh; sisters, Louella (Curt) Connolly of Spokane, WA, Lois Clevenger of Salem, Oregon, Ruth (Larry) Ross of Arnold, Betty Johnson of Arnold; sisters in law, Judy (Don) Christofferson of Stapleton, Cathy Henry of North Platte, Diana Henry of North Platte, Kathy Frosh of California. Many very special nieces, nephews,cousins and friends.
Memorials may be made in Beryl’s name to the Stapleton or Arnold Fire Rescue Teams and the Arnold United Methodist Church.
Online condolences may be shared at Services were held Tuesday, September 4, at the United Methodist Church in Arnold with Pastor Bill Williams offering words of comfort. Music was by Teresa Schroder, Soloist and Marcia Hora, accompanist. Selections were “Old Rugged Cross,” “Hymn of Promise,” and “Amazing Grace.”
Active pallbearers were Mike Sheets, Chris Sheets, John Sheets, Bob Blevins, Gary Blevins, Jim Irvine, Bill Irvine and Dennis Irvine. Burial followed at Garfield Cemetery. Carpenter Memorial Chapel, was in care of arrangements.