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Joyce  Kuhlman
     Joyce Kuhlman, 57, of Gothenburg passed away Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at the Josie Harper Hospice House in Omaha and went to live with God. Joy was born Oct. 21, 1959 in St Paul, Minn.
     She grew up in north St. Paul for the first 13 years, and then her family moved to Gothenburg for the next two years. She then moved to Jeffrey Lake with her mom and step dad.
     She graduated from Brady High School in 1977. She was married twice and to these unions, three children were born.
     She worked at Country Estates in Cozad for a number of years. She loved to cook, garden and had a great sense of humor.
     Joy''s family always came first; she loved her family with all of her heart. She never met a stranger she would visit with anyone. They all have memories that even death cannot take away.
     Survivors include her sons, Nick (Sonya) Sitorius and Jake Sitorius; daughter, Sonie Kuhlman; grandchildren, Aspen, Jadyn, Nathan, Quenton, Kaitlyn, and Natalie; mother, Beverly Middleton; brother, Brian Haugen; sister, Sandy Bennett; step-brother, Steve (Katherine) Middleton; step-sister, Cathy (Chuck) Russo; step-sister-in-law, Deb Middleton; special friend, Randy Callahan; and other family.
     She was preceded in death by her father, Ray Haugen; brother, Randy Haugen; step-brother, Dave Middleton; step-dad, Sumner Middleton; and grandparents, Murl and Helen Swayze.
     Memorial Services will be held at American Lutheran Church in Gothenburg on Wednesday, April 19 at 10:30 a.m. with Pastor Jon Mapa officiating. Inurnment will follow in the Peckham Cemetery in Gothenburg. Blase-Strauser Memorial Chapel in Gothenburg is in charge of arrangements.
     Memorials may be given to the American Lutheran Church or St. Jude Children''s Hospital.
First published in The North Platte Bulletin print edition on 4/19/2017
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