Kelle McIntosh age 71 of Mullen, NE passed away April 16, 2022, at the Loveland, Colorado Medical Center of the Rockies.
A Memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2022, at 11:00 am MT at the Hooker County Community Center in Mullen, NE. Memorials are suggested to the Kelle McIntosh Memorial. A visitation will take place on Friday, April 29th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm MT at the Mullen Funeral Home in Mullen, NE. Govier Brothers Mortuary of Mullen are in charge of arrangements. An online guest book may be signed at www.govierbrothers.com.
Kelle Lee Sherman was born June 5, 1950, to Glen and Jean (Lane) Sherman in Alliance NE. On April 16th, 2022, Kelle’s battle with a complicated heart surgery came to an end.
Kelle is the oldest of four children, Barnie Sherman of Whitney NE, Kody (Sonia) Sherman of Morrill, NE, and Bill (Cindy) Sherman of Yuma, AZ.
With a stint of grade school in Arthur, Seneca, Idaho, and a couple years in Nevada. Kelle’s traveling education was topped off with sophomore through senior year at Mullen.
Seneca was always home, so wherever Glen’s teaching or construction occupation took his family, they could always go back to Seneca.
On August 31,1968 Kelle married Melvin McIntosh for a 46-year marriage to which one son was born in 1969. Kelle was a stay-at-home mom until 1977. In the fall of ’77 Kelle began her career in the school lunch program which turned in to a 45-year occupation.
In the spring of 2015, Kelle took on more dishes to clean, working in the kitchen at Sandhills Golf Course. She never liked the 3:30 AM wake ups, but always enjoyed the drive to work and home with the ladies. Each spring since being hired Kelle would be to excited to get her phone call to come back and work in the kitchen.
Like every other grandparent in the Sandhills, Kelle spent endless hours chasing grandkids in their sporting events. Even a few nieces and nephews if it be a high school rodeo or Vegas. She never got tired of talking about coming home from Pinnacle Bank Arena victorious, she is so proud of you Brode Shane.
Always looking for something to bet on. May it be March Madness, 27’s at Red’s, or Cleopatras at Rosebud. Kelle was always ready to throw a twenty down or a hundred.
If it be April Fools or her genius use of duct tape. Kelle could leave you border-line kicking rocks in a parking lot. Ya, that crazy old lady, she is my mom.
Survived by her son Bernie and wife Barb, Grandkids Britt, and wife Brooke, Brode, and Bryce Boone, Great-Grandkid Chasin and Ade on the way.