Walter, Frieda


Frieda Walter, daughter of John and Katherine Worster, was born on August 16, 1921 in Lincoln, NE and passed away on April 7, 2017 at the Lancaster Rehabilitation Center in Lincoln, NE at the age of 95.

Funeral Service will be Wednesday April 12, 2017 at 10:00 AM at Butherus, Maser & Love Funeral Home (4040 A Street) with a private family burial to follow. Visitation is 12-9 PM Tuesday April 11, 2017 with family present from 5-7 PM at the funeral home.

Frieda was a member of the Ebenezer Congregational Church in Lincoln.

She is survived by her son Alexander (Rhonda) Walter Jr.; daughter Barbara (Lewis) Demitroff; grandchildren Christine (Ron) Synowicki, Gretchen Demitroff, and John Demitroff; and great-grandson Jacob Synowicki.

Frieda was preceded in death by her parents John and Katherine (Stengel) Worster; husband Alexander Walter Sr.; brothers Peter Worster, Jacob Worster, George Worster, Theodore Worster, Reuben Worster, John Worster, Alexander Worster, and Henry Worster; sisters Elizabeth Worster, Mollie Decker, and Marie Bruster.

Memorials can be directed to the Humane Society, Ebenezer Church, or the Food Bank of Lincoln.

Guestbook for Walter, Frieda

12:56PM Mar 19th, 2018
I just recently learned that my aunt had passed away. She was the last of my late father's (Theodore Worster) siblings. I will always remember my family's visits to Nebraska and how hospitable both she and my uncle Red were when we were there, along with my late Uncle Rueben and Aunt Eunice who lived next door. RIP Aunt Frieda.
Mark Worster (Vancouver, WA)
12:12PM Apr 16th, 2017
I was saddened to hear that my Aunt Frieda had passed. Her and my Uncle Red were a joy to be around. As a family we were blessed to have them. Lot's of laughs and good times when they came out to visit my parents or when we visited them in Nebraska. I will always remember my Aunt Frieda and will hold her memory dear to me. Thank you for all you shared and for being such a role model to us all. Rest in peace.
BOBBY Decker (Welches, OR)
10:02AM Apr 11th, 2017
Aunt Frieda was like a second mom to me,i will always have the best memories of her and red coming out to oregon when her and my mom got together it was laughing and kidding it was the best i miss those days so much,she always wanted me to do her hair when she got here and i did gladly,we always had so much fun! She will always be in my heart and i love and miss her so.
linda mulkey (Gresham, OR)
7:03PM Apr 10th, 2017
I have very fond memories of Frieda. A very special lady. My condolences. Big hugs to all of you! Love, Michie and the girls
Michelle Pehrson (Castle Rock, CO)
7:00PM Apr 10th, 2017
I have very fond memories of Frieda. A very special lady. My condolences. Big hugs to all of you! Love, Michie and the girls
Michelle Parks (Castle Rock, CO)
4:23PM Apr 10th, 2017
I was so fortunate to have grown up with an aunt so close to me. I would spend hours and hours over at her home talking, laughing or playing music on her keyboard or Uncle Red's dulcimer. She helped teach me how important family is and to laugh and enjoy life. I'll miss you. I wish you peace.
Alan Worster (Colorado Springs, CO)
9:53PM Apr 9th, 2017
You were the most wonderful Grandma. You could always make me laugh, and I'm so incredibly privileged that I got to grow up next door to you and Gramps and spend so much of my life with you. Miss you both every single day, and always will.
Gretchen Demitroff (Lincoln , NE)
8:03PM Apr 9th, 2017
We will miss Aunt Frieda's beauty, sense of humor, love and thoughtfulness! Rest in peace.
Karen Davidson (Colorado Springs, CO)

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