Kimberly Ann Cross

Born: Sunday, October 7th 1956 in Dayton, Ohio
Died: Saturday, April 9th 2016 in Lincoln, Nebraska
Age: 59 years, 6 months and 2 days
Memorials In Care Of
Memorials will be given to the American Heart Association.
Visitation Time(s)
Monday - April 11, 2016
The Cross Family will greet friends from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at Volzke Funeral Home.
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Service: 11:00 am - Tuesday, April 12th 2016
Christ Lutheran Church
4325 Sumner Street
Lincoln, NE  68506
Officiating: Pastor Carl Grulke
Honorary Casketbearers: Patrick Lauber, Shawn Cross, Dwaine Barnes, Kyle Schnieders, Jonathan Klausen, Jeff Boldt
Inurnment: Seward Cemetery
Seward, Nebraska
Obituary:

Today we celebrate the life of Kimberly (Kim) Cross. She was born in Dayton, Ohio on October 7th, 1956 to William (Bill) Cortney and Joyce Cortney. She had two younger sisters; Jean Sweeney, and Marcee Schnieders. Her early years were spent moving around the U.S. and Europe while her father served in the Air Force. Upon starting high school, her family moved to Seward, Nebraska where she graduated in 1975 from Seward High School. She was married to Kenneth Cross on June 12th, 1976 at the Seward Catholic Church. She attended South East Community College in Lincoln, NE and graduated with a dental assistant associate degree. After graduation she worked as a dental assistant in York, Nebraska.
Kim lived 28 years in Beaver Crossing, Nebraska where she enjoyed participating in Homemakerís Club, card club, taught bible school and Sunday school. She loved gardening and showing off her plants. She took pride in the appearance of her home when decorating for holidays. She was a huge animal lover and nursed numerous sick animals back to health. She was well known for her creative and embellished stories. She is loved by her friends because of her kind, caring, and supportive nature. She was always sharing and welcoming to strangers; willing to share her life story. She loved spending time with her friends and family and arranging many get-togethers. She may be remembered most for her special Christmas letters she sent out every year. Her sense of humor was one of her best qualities.
Kimís lifeís joy was her three children and two grandchildren. While they were growing up she was very active in their extracurricular activities. Her children were blessed by her strong family ties and commitment to traditions. She was a wonderful baker and cook, often delivering delicious Christmas trays to her friends and family.
Kim is preceded in death by her father William Cortney, her mother Joyce Cortney and her sister Jean Sweeney.
Kim is survived by her daughter Charisse Barnes, husband Dwaine and grand-daughter Devyn; Shawn Cross, wife Erin; and Shannon Lauber, husband Patrick and daughter Tatum; her sister, Marcee Schnieders, and nephews, Jeff Boldt, Johnathan Klausen and Kyle Schnieders.
While we mourn our mother, sister, and friend may we find comfort in the cherished memories we created with her. Thank you for helping celebrate her life with us.

Kimberly Cross
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