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John Lindberg

John B. Lindberg, age 90, formerly of Miltona, died August 13, 2014, at Harlingen, Texas.

Graveside services are 10 a.m., Saturday, May 9, 2015, at Spruce Hill Cemetery with Rev. John Riggle officiating. Music is provided by Vi Riggle. Lunch will be served at Faith Lutheran Church in Miltona, following graveside services.

John Byron Lindberg was born April 12, 1924, to Walfred and Bernice (Nelson) Lindberg. He was confirmed July 3, 1938, at Elim Lutheran Church in rural Swaburg, Nebraska. John was one of the first to contract polio in 1941, and spent many years learning to walk again. He did most of his farming on his knees from the age of 17, until he was able to walk again. He was united in marriage to Lois-Elaine Eckdahl at Elim Lutheran Church. Following their marriage they farmed in Craig, Nebraska where both of their children were born. They moved to Miltona in 1969, where they raised their family. John was a 4-H Leader for 25 years, enjoyed playing Santa Claus, was Justice of the Peace, and an excellent welder. He was a member of Faith Lutheran Church where he served on the council. He was very involved in the Spruce Hill Heritage Festival and Spruce Hill Cemetery Board for over 20 years. He was also active in the Jaycees in Rose City. Following his retirement from farming, John and his wife traveled for ten years and settled in Harlingen. Due to health issues, John moved into the Veranda Nursing Home in 2010. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him.

He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Bonnie Brown, and brother-in-law, Col. E.C. Brown.

John is survived by his wife, Lois-Elaine; daughter, Mary (James) Solyntjes; son, Mark (Lisa) Lindberg; grandchildren, Andrew Lindberg and Alyssa Lindberg; along with many other relatives and friends.






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