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Obituaries

February 6, 2013

Joseph Lamar Palmer

THOMASVILLE —

Funeral Services for Joseph Lamar Palmer, 81, of Papillion, NE will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 7, 2013 at the Jamerson-Braswell Funeral Home Chapel.  Rev. Nathan Fowler will officiate services with interment to follow at the Mizpah Primitive Church Cemetery.  Mr. Palmer was born on October 2, 1931 in Mitchell County to the late Charles Cuy and Ruby Godwin Pollock.  He was of the Baptist Faith and served in the United States Air Force until his retirement.    Mr. Palmer was married to Mrs. Emily Palmer who survives and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.  He departed this life on Thursday, January 31, 2013.  Survivors to cherish his memory include his wife Emily Palmer of Papillion, NE; daughter Teresa Palmer Fritz (Edward) of La Vista, NE; grandson Jason Mollner (Mayami) of Chicago, IL; great-grandson Lucas Mollner of Chicago, IL; brother-in-law Peter Bartolo.  He was preceded by his parents Charles Cuy and Ruby Godwin Pollock.  To share your deepest sympathies and fondest memories, sign the online register book at www.jamerson-braswell.com — Jamerson-Braswell Funeral Home

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