Dayel Streich
Veteran
Date of Birth
September 22, 1935
Murdock, Nebraska
Entered into Rest
April 2, 2020
Murdock, Nebraska
Graveside Service

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 (Private Family Service)
Lincoln Memorial Park ~ Lincoln, Nebraska

Celebration of Life

Service will be held at a later date.

Memorials

Dayel was a charitable man and memorials may be sent to a charity near and dear to your heart.

Dayel Streich, 84, a resident at Oxbow Assisted Living in Ashland, NE passed away Thursday, April 2, 2020 at home in Murdock, NE.  He was born September 22, 1935 in Murdock, NE to William and Mary Streich.

Dayel graduated from Murdock High School in 1953. He went on to serve in the Army and Army Reserves.  He was a long time farmer in rural Murdock and later worked at Stock Seed Farm and N & W Transfer.  Dayel loved to walk and had a love of trains and cats of all sizes.

Dayel is survived by daughters Denise (James) Long of Manchester, MD, Dynette Streich of Lincoln, NE and Joann Kaczor of Lincoln, NE; ex-wife/friend Helen Streich of Murdock, NE; grandchildren James Wyatt (Hannah) Long, Jacob Dayel Long, and many furry grandchildren; sisters Arlyne (Harry) Weichel of Ralston, NE and Kathy (Don) Warner of Salt Lake City, UT; brothers-in-law Marvin (Carol) Renick and Dale (Linda Renick) both of Lincoln, NE; many cousins, nieces and nephews.

Dayel was preceded in death by his parents and brother-in-law Dean Renick.

Condolences for Dayel Streich
  1. Richard Watson
    • April 6, 2020 - 2 months ago

    I always enjoyed saying hello to him when I visited Oxbow. At first he was slow to respond to me but over time he started saying hello to me first and smiling as he did it. He will be missed.

  2. Cindie Jisa
    • April 7, 2020 - 2 months ago

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  3. Pam & Bernie Dill
    • April 7, 2020 - 2 months ago

    Thinking of your family at this time of sadness.

  4. • April 9, 2020 - 2 months ago

    Sorry for your Loss.
    Enjoyed Dayel’s short talks when he worked at the Co-Op in Greenwood.
    Always a gentleman and spoke softy and kindly.
    Rest in Peace Dayel
    Gary and Les Krings
    Greenwood

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