Obituary Record

Leo Bucy
Died on 3/18/1975

Bucy, Leo, 84

Died 18 March 1975

Published in Enterprise on 27 March 1975


Leo Bucy was born to George W. and Jane Raimer Bucy on March 22, 1891 on a farm near Decatur. He died on March 18, 1975 at the Immanual Hospital in Omaha.

Leo grew up on the farm where he was born, which he later made his home and farmed.

He was married to Lilian Weatcraft in 1917 and shared their lives together for 58 years. In 1918 Leo committed his life to Christ and was baptized, joining the Riverside Baptist Church in 1920, where he was an active layman for 50 years.

In 1970, after living on the farm for 54 years, Leo and Lilian moved to the Skyline Manor in Omaha. After moving from the Riverside community and church ,they immediately became active members of the Benson Baptist Church of Omaha.

While still on the farm, the Bucys gave of their time, energy and love in volunteer service at the Veteran's Hospital in Omaha. This they continued after moving to Omaha.

He leaves to mourn his wife, Lilian; 2 sons, John and George Panzer and one sister Jessie, living at Lyons; 5 grandchildren. His parents, one brother and two sisters preceded him in death.

~~~ Obituary courtesy of the Washington County Genealogical Society. Newspaper clippings on file in the Blair Public Library at Blair, Nebraska.~~~

Find a Grave # 67770433 Tekamah. Sgt. Leo G. Bucy Served with the U.S.Army during WW1 of 1917-18.

Printed in the Washington County Enterprise on 3/27/1975