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SuEllen Scholl
Dorr and Clark Funeral Home of Falls City
Falls City, NE

SuEllen Scholl, 72, of Falls City, NE, passed away September 14, 2018 at Lincoln, NE. She was born October 2, 1945 at Falls City to Otto and Geraldine (Haverland) Gibson.

She married Wayne Scholl on November 14, 1964 at Falls City. He passed away August 5, 2012.

SuEllen was raised at Falls City and graduated Falls City Sacred Heart High School in 1963. When married the couple established their home in Falls City, she was a homemaker, sold Avon and did housekeeping for others. She enjoyed delivery Meals on Wheels. She was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Catholic Daughters, and DOES.

SuEllen is survived by her children, MarShell Coupe and her husband Stan of St. Joseph, MO, Melissa Everhart of Sedalia, MO, Chad and his wife Pearl of Falls City, brothers, Doug Gibson and his wife Coranne of New Port Beach, CA, LaMarr Gibson and his wife Mary Alice of Norfolk, NE, Robert Gibson and his wife Karolyne of Omaha, NE, Richard Gibson and his wife Lynn of Nebraska City, NE, Michael Gibson and his wife Janet of Jacksonville, FL, sisters, Yvonne Thiemann of Cincinnati, Connie Fiddler of Falls City, Karen Ramsey of Dawson, Mary Beth Rowell and her husband Gene of Falls City, grandchildren, Brandon Coupe and his wife Stacy, Madilyn and Makinley Scholl and Camden Everhart, great-grandchildren, Logan, Tucker and Bristol. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and a grandson, Carson.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Father Thomas Dunavan officiating. Interment will be in Falls City Catholic Cemetery.

A Catholic Daughters Rosary will be recited on Tuesday at 4:00 PM at Dorr and Clark Funeral Home.

A Parish Rosary will be recited on Tuesday at 7:00 PM at Dorr and Clark Funeral Home. The family will receive friends following the rosary.

Family prefers memorials to be designated to the Richardson County Cancer Fund.

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