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Paula Brummer - Lincoln KS
5/25/1937 - 7/22/2011

Paula K. Brummer died in Salina, KS Friday. She was born in Beloit, KS to Frank J. and Veronica Catherine (Moritz) Boden. She is survived by: her husband,Harold; son Graig Alan and wife Rita of Topeka; daughters Greta Ann Obermueller and husband Randy of Lincoln, Amy Jane Herbel and husband Randy of Springfield MO, and Heidi Jean Donley and husband Lonnie of Westfall. She also is survived by a brother, Robert Boden of Denver, a sister, Margaret (Peggy) Brummer of Downs and 12 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Paula Kay Boden was born the youngest of three children to Frank and Veronica Boden on May 25, 1937. She grew up in a simple, fun, but faith-filled hard working home. As children, she and her older siblings, Bob and Peggy, learned chores came first and the neighborhood friends and games followed. She often spoke of the long jump, high jump, roller skating and ball games all played in their yard with neighborhood friends. Having a paper route, responsibility and work ethic were gained. Paula took piano lessons, which became a pastime that was enjoyed for many years. Raneys Drug Store was where she could be found after school and on weekends, working for Frank Schulte. She worked at the Guaranty State Bank in Beloit for three years before marrying her high school sweetheart. Her first date with Harry was at a polka dance in Tipton, KS. They were married on January 28, 1957, and remained in Tipton, where Graig, Greta, Amy and Heidi completed the family tree. Moving to Lincoln in 1972, Paula started her working career as a secretary and then waitressing at local restaurants. After being contacted by a local pharmacy, she spent the remainder of her working career as a pharmacy clerk. Faith was important to her, and there were high expectations for her children as well as grandchildren. Praying the rosary, attending daily Mass and lighting candles were expressions of her steadfast faith in every facet of her life. Equal to her faith was her love for her husband, children and grandchildren. Visitation - 1-6:00 P.M., Monday, July 25, at Hall Chapel with the family present from 4-6:00 P.M. The Rosary will be said in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Monday, July 25, at 7:00 P.M. Service - 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, July 26 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Interment will follow in St. Patrick's Catholic Cemetery. Memorials may be made to either St. Patrick's Catholic Church or the Pulmonary Hypertension Association.

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