Cheryl K. Husted
Date of Birth
November 22, 1948
Broken Bow, Nebraska
Entered into Rest
July 30, 2018
Lincoln, Nebraska
Funeral Service Directions

Saturday, August 4, 2018 ~ 10:30 a.m.
Raymond United Methodist Church ~ Raymond, Nebraska
Private Interment at Hawley Flats Cemetery ~ Dunning, Nebraska

Memorials

In Care of the Family

Cheryl K. Husted, 69, of rural Valparaiso, NE, died Monday, July 30, 2018 at Bryan East Medical Center in Lincoln, NE.  She was born November 22, 1948 in Broken Bow, NE to Frank and Katherine Frances (Davis) Hauser.  Cheryl received a Bachelor Degree from Concordia and a Master Degree from UNL.  On September 6, 1992, she was married to Brian Husted at Lillian Church of Christ in Broken Bow, NE.  Cheryl worked for Bryan Health in Lincoln as a patient family advocate for over 43 years.  Cheryl always enjoyed dancing.

She is survived by husband of 25 years, Brian Husted; son, Brian (Denise) Eddy; step-children, Brian Jr. (Lindsey) Husted and April Husted; grandchildren, Natasha (Chris) Norman, Jaden Eddy, Jace Eddy, Shaly and Sara Husted, Emma and Madison Husted; great-grandchild, Abel Norman; mother, Frances Hauser; sisters, Judy (Ken) Schweitzer, Marilyn Danhauer, Karen (John) Weekly, Sandra Japp and Connie Poffenbarger; brothers, Steve (Dee) Hauser, Barry Hauser and Frank (Sue) Hauser; many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by son, Sean Eddy; step-son, Brent Husted; father, Frank Hauser.

Condolences for Cheryl K. Husted
  1. Joyce Young
    • August 2, 2018 - 2 months ago

    My condolenses go out to Husted & Eddy families. I’m truly sorry for your loss Brian and family.

  2. Dale Huss
    • August 2, 2018 - 2 months ago

    In Remembrance

    Remember me in the glow of the sunset,
    or when robins return in the spring-
    Know that in life there are ups and downs,
    remember beauty exists in all things.

    Remember me as the butterfly flutters,
    and drinks the sweet nectar of flowers-
    Life is as simple as nourishment,
    with all, there is loving power.

    Remember me with the radiance of the sun,
    as the glow of me warms your face-
    When the breeze blows hair to your eyes,
    know it is me sending God’s Grace.

    Remember me when a newborn cries
    for soon tears of joy will appear-
    As you gaze upon the newness of life,
    know that I am close to you near.

    Remember me as you pray at night,
    for this is when you sense me the most-
    Know that I am, and forever will be,
    alive, with God, as my host.

    May Remembering help to ease the
    sorrow that you feel, then bring
    peace and comfort to your heart.

    With Sincere Sympathy

    Dale & Wayne Huss
    Jason Evans, Taeler, Zoe
    Daeton & Matisen
    Jennifer Wieting

  3. Anonymous
    • August 3, 2018 - 2 months ago

    Connie, I am so sorry about Cheryl. I am thinking about you and your family.
    Kathy Meisinger

  4. Sue Dolsky
    • August 3, 2018 - 2 months ago

    What a lovely lady she was. We enjoyed talking about growing up in rural Nebraska.

  5. Delores & Rob Roettele
    • August 3, 2018 - 2 months ago

    Brian & family, we were so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. May happy memories help comfort you in this time of loss.

  6. Betty Bloomquist
    • August 3, 2018 - 2 months ago

    Cheryl truly loved her family above all things. I admired her generosity and commitment to her family and friends. When we worked together as Patient/Family Advocates at Lincoln General and Bryan Health, we’d have time to talk about our lives on a daily basis.

    Her advocacy brought solutions for many patients and their families. She had a skill like no other as she listened faithfully to each story and brought mediation to situations.

    My heartfelt sympathy to Brian H, Brian E, and all of their loved ones. Our sweet Cheryl has left us, but the good she has done will forever be in our hearts and memories.

  7. Anonymous
    • August 3, 2018 - 2 months ago

    I am so sorry for the loss of your wonderful Cheryl. She and I worked together and were friends over many years. I had lost touch and did not know she was ill. My sincerest condolences to Cheryl’s family especially Brian Eddy and Brian Eddy. Cheryl helped so many people in her short life. I have no doubts her soul is with God.

  8. tricia branchaud
    • August 3, 2018 - 2 months ago

    Cheryl was one of the most wonderful people I ever knew. We worked and played together over many years. She helped many peopTle. May she rest in peace.

  9. Delores & Rob Roettele
    • August 4, 2018 - 2 months ago

    Brian and family, we are so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. May happy memories comfort you in this time of loss.

  10. Debbie Fisher
    • August 5, 2018 - 2 months ago

    I was so sad when I first heard of Cheryl being ill. She was a lady full of life and always had a smile when she saw or talked to friends and family.
    I worked with Cheryl a short time and was always impressed with how indepth she did an analysis of all patients’ complaints and concerns as well as compliments so that the medical center took the right steps and all who needed to know were informed.
    I so appreciate being contacted by the family as I had been out of town and would have missed the opportunity to pay my respect to a fine lady!
    My sympathy goes to all her family and friends who will certainly miss Cheryl in their midst.

  11. Cherie Bowers
    • August 7, 2018 - 1 month ago

    I am so sorry to hear of Cheryl’s passing! We worked together on various projects at Bryan; Cheryl always gave 100%. May God Bless her family with warm memories and find comfort in remembering good times.

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