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Glenda Manser

July 20, 1967 — February 1, 2016

Glenda Sue (Hauver) Manser was born July 20, 1967 in Smith Center, Kansas, to Robert and Linda (Schriner) Hauver, and departed this life on February 1, 2016 in Omaha, Nebraska, at the age of 48 years, 6 months, and 11 days.

Glenda as a child went to grade school in Naponee, Nebraska, K thru 6th grade. Then she transferred to Republican City from 7th to her 11th grade year. The School at Republican City closed so Glenda then went to Franklin for her final year in school where she graduated in 1985.

Glenda had her first daughter, Becky in 1988 and was united in marriage to Billy Manser on February 17th, 1989. Glenda then had her first son Devin on February 19th, 1995.

Glenda resided in Naponee her whole life, until her health situation required her to be in and out of hospitals. Glenda resided in Alma, Nebraska at the Good Samaritan home for about a year to recover, then to Hastings, Nebraska to be close to her children.

Glenda loved to tell stories and making people laugh while drinking coffee with her French vanilla creamer. She enjoyed writing poems, playing in pitch tournaments, doing crossword puzzles, cooking, gardening and spending time with family and friends. She loved to watch Judge Judy every day, because she said she reminded her of her mother. Even in the roughest times and through her pain she always managed to make sure the ones she loved were taken care of and okay.

Glenda was preceded in death by her mother - Linda (Schriner) Hauver; nephew - Austin Rupke; grandmothers - Geraldine (Schriner) Haussermann and Daisy Belle (Wilford) Hauver; grandfathers - Dell Hauver, Wilbur Schriner, and Alvin Haussermann; aunt - Bonnie Flesner and uncle - Lionel Hauver.

She is survived by: her spouse - Billy Manser of Hastings, Nebraska; her father - Robert Hauver of Orleans, Nebraska; son - Devin Manser of Hastings, Nebraska; daughter - Becky and husband, Clint Schmailzl and two boys - Coltin Shurter and Adian Schmailzl, all of Hastings, Nebraska; sisters - Brenda and husband, Arlo Rupke of Stockton, Missouri, and Lesley and husband, Roger Max of Minden, Nebraska; brother - Richard and wife, Susan Hauver of Franklin, Nebraska; nieces and nephews - Jennifer and Josh Wells of Springfield, Missouri, Haleigh and Jeff Nelson, and Presley of Fairplay, Missouri, Robert Lee Hauver of Orleans, Nebraska, Ashlee Hauver of Alma, Nebraska, Kaylan and Kelsey Long and Wyatt Platt from Minden, Nebraska; aunts and uncles - Phyllis Hauver of Naponee, Nebraska, Roger Flesner of Franklin, Nebraska, and Ed and wife, Doris Schriner of Holdrege, Nebraska and a host of other relatives and friends.

A memorial celebration of life service for Glenda Sue Manser will be (was) Monday, February 15, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., at the Hutchins Funeral Home Chapel, Franklin, Nebraska, with Pastor Scott Randall officiating. Music for the service was pre-recorded "In the Garden", Amazing Grace", "The Rose", "I'm Yours", and "Country Roads". Inurnment will be (was) in the Naponee Cemetery, Naponee, Nebraska. The memorials will be used for a marker and other expenses. Friends may sign the register book one hour before services at the Hutchins Funeral Home on Monday morning. Online condolences can be left at Hutchins Funeral Home, Franklin, Nebraska was in charge of arrangements.

Memorial Service

Monday, February 15, 2016
10:00 AM

Hutchins Funeral Home
1402 M Street
Franklin, Nebraska 68939

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