Notice is hereby given that the Special Meeting of Wyuka Board of Trustees will take place at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 in the Stables Building at Wyuka Cemetery, 3600 “O” Street, Lincoln, Nebraska
Wyuka cemetery in Lincoln, Nebraska has several seasonal, part-time positions available for qualified grounds maintenance personnel. These positions will work 35 to 40 hours per week from April 2015 through Labor Day 2015 (September 7). Experience with mowers, trimmers and other grounds keeping equipment is requested but not required. Must be able to lift up to 80 pounds, safely perform heavy lifting/pushing/pulling of various landscaping equipment and materials.
Hourly Compensation: $10.00
You may complete an Application for Employment at Wyuka Cemetery, 3600 “O” Street, Lincoln, NE 68510. EOE.
Special Meeting of the Wyuka Board of Trustees
March 4, 2015 ~ 9:30 A.M.
In the Stables at Wyuka Cemetery
Join us Sunday December 14, 2014 at 3:00 PM to honor the lives and memories of your loved ones.
The holidays can be a difficult time for many who have lost a loved one. We invite you, your family and friends to attend our Tree of Remembrance Service in honor of those who have died and in support of those who grieve.
This half-hour program will be held in our chapel at 3600 O Street. A short service will be offered, music and refreshments provided. Please join us for an afternoon of reflection and encouragement.
Stop by the office after November 24 during office hours and you can sign an ornament provided by Wyuka in memory of your loved one, which will be placed on the Christmas tree at the funeral home and then taken home after the service. If you are unable to stop in, call between 8:30 AM and 4:00 PM Monday thru Friday and we will place an ornament on the tree for you. If you would like to provide us with a photo of your loved ones, we will make a memorial tribute to be played during the service. We need the photo by December 10, 2014.
We sincerely hope this opportunity will allow you to make the memory of your loved one a positive part of your holiday season.
The staff of Wyuka and Fairview
Historical Walking Tour
October 12, 2014
Meet in front of Rudge Chapel
Memorial Day, May 26, 2014
8:30 A.M. Meet by the stables for the casting of the wreath from the bridge on the north end of the pond.
From there we will gather at the stable for the memorial walk to Soldiers Circle for the service
9:00 A.M. Memorial Service at Soldiers Circle in section 24
Ed Zimmer will be hosting a Walking Tour at Wyuka Cemetery~Park on Sunday May 18, 2014 at 2:00 P.M. This tour is free and open to the public, please join us for an historical and educational walk through our beautiful cemetery. Meet at Rudge Chapel just east of the Funeral Home at 3600 “O” Street.
It has been our privilege to serve you and your family this past year. The holidays are a difficult time for many who have lost a loved one. Wyuka invited family and friends to attend our Tree of Remembrance Service to honor those loved ones and to support those who grieve. During the month of December family members signed an ornament provided by Wyuka in memory of their loved one. The ornaments were hung on our tree until after the service held on December 15, when they were taken home by the families. Many of the 60 plus in attendance had given us pictures of their loved one to honor with a pictorial tribute played during the service. Following the half-hour program held in our chapel, families gathered in the Garden Room for a reception.
Memorial Day Celebration at Wyuka Funeral Home and Cemetery will be Monday, May 27, 2013 beginning at 8:30 A.M.
Wyuka Funeral Home and Cemetery in conjunction with the Hildegard Center for the Arts, Lincoln High School, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and State Historian, Ed Zimmer held a walking tour called “Hearing from Heroes” at Wyuka Cemetery on October 21, 2012. Students from Lincoln High School portrayed ten Lincolnites from the past that are buried at Wyuka Cemetery, people from the past that overcame adversity, poverty and in some instances slavery to become outstanding members and leaders of the Lincoln community.
There are certain times of the year that Wyuka and Fairview cemeteries are looking for volunteers to help the grounds crew. Duties would including helping to clean up areas of the cemetery, planting flowers and help with the overall care of the cemetery. If interested, please contact Dianne Bohlken at 402-474-3600 or in person at 3600 O St, Lincoln, Ne. Member of the LPS GOPO program.