Guest Book for Martin Fred Linhorst
Mitch & Priscilla Klintworth
Staplehurst, NE
07/14/2019 03:42am

So very sorry to read the news. May Jesus continue to hold you close as you grieve and look forward to the blessed reunion in Heaven.

Connie and Delbert Sahn
Seward, NE
07/12/2019 10:08am

It was our pleasure to have known Martin these past 5 years at Heartland Park. He was a kind and understanding man who will be greatly missed. Our sincere sympathy to his family.

Bob Naber
Waco, Nebraska
07/12/2019 08:29am

Linhorst Family, Our thoughts and prayers following out to you. Martin was a good friend and neighbor. Blessings to you all. Bob & Bev Naber

John and Mary Kay Anderson
Trimble Mo
07/10/2019 12:32pm

May Martin's family rest in the peace promised to us in the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. We remember Martin's children as our students at St Paul Utica in the mid 1960's when we were teachers there. John & Mary Kay Anderson.

Lyle and Alvetta Rafert
Plainview Ne.
07/10/2019 07:22am

No Message

Larry & Janice Moore
Ulysses NE
07/09/2019 9:34pm

Private Message

Joyce Schriner
Utica Ne
07/08/2019 5:20pm

Martin was a dear man and a great friend. It was enjoyable to watch him open up his social personality when he began attending the Utica Senior Center. Martin was a giver and a shared. He learned to tell people that he cared for and loved them. Value my friendship with him. Martin, so glad you got your wish and spending time with Loisjean now.

Kathy Anderson
Staplehurst
07/08/2019 12:38pm

My sympathies. Martin was a very special Man! As much as he was excited about celebrating his birthday with all of his loved ones on earth. He was more excited to celebrate in Heaven with Jesus and his wife the Love of his life ❣️

Ronn & Julie Prochaska
Seward, Nebraska
07/08/2019 11:19am

Our Deepest Sympathy to the entire Family.

Robert and Kathryn Brauer
Utica
07/07/2019 10:23pm

Dear Marvin, Judy, and Family: Your are all in our prayers during this time of mixed feelings - sad because Martin is no longer with us on this earth, but happy to know that he is home with our Lord and Savior. We will always remember how Martin welcomed us to Utica 26 years ago. He made us feel a part of the St. Paul family from the get go! His faith, smile, and friendship will be missed. Bob and Kathy Brauer

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