- 61 years old
- Date of birth: May 14, 1952
- Date of passing: Jan 4, 2014
|Let the memory of Glenn be with us forever|
Glenn Charles Ernesti was born May 14, 1952 in West Point to Ambrose and Kathleen (Miller) Ernesti. He grew up on a farm near Aloys, attended St. Aloysius elementary school, and graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1970. On May 27, 1972, Glenn married Patricia Newill in Grand Island. Glenn farmed west of West Point near Aloys and moved into West Point in 1993. He worked for Thietje Trenching, State of Nebraska road construction, West Point IBP, as a dairy farming hand, and retired from West Point Implement in March 2013 due to health concerns. Glenn was a member of St Mary’s Catholic Church, taught CCD, and with Patricia was a coordinator in World Wide Marriage Encounter. He enjoyed motorcycles and hunting, was a member of Valkyrie Motorcycle Club and West Point Saddle Club, and especially enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren. Survivors include his wife Patricia of West Point; sons David (Stacey) Ernesti of Fremont and Michael Ernesti of West Point; daughters Donna Hammer (Scott Lackas) of Norfolk, Christine (Chad) Howser of Hooper, Stephanie Freyermuth (Rob Yudelson) of Omaha, Suzanne Ernesti of Schuyler, and Andrea (Steve) Daly of Seward; brothers Jeff Ernesti of West Point and Phillip Ernesti of Gretna; sisters Peggy (Cliff) Walker of Cozad, Linda (Jim) Bender of Papillion, Susanne (Randy) Ratliff of Lincoln, Sandy (Steve) Blank of Monrovia, CA, and Sarah (Steve) Rief of Bancroft; grandchildren Mitchell, Nathan, Austin, Alec, Katherine, Joseph, Isaac, Abigail, Libby, Ricky, Brisa, Anthony, and Alyshia; and great-grandchildren Tanner and Jayden. Glenn was preceded in death by his parents; and son Francis in 1978.
"Hey grampa I miss u and so does grandma I would come and visit u but I can't go ride my bike to your grave because it's to hot but I just want u to know I mis u love your adopted son michael"
""Happy Birthday Dad!" ....."You should be here!""
"Happy Birthday Dad! Miss ya! Luv ya!"
"Miss ya Dad!"
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