January 17, 2014

Kathleen A. Fischer

Kathleen A. Fischer, age 66, of Lincoln passed away after a long, courageous battle with pulmonary fibrosis.  She was born March 13, 1947 in Lincoln to Alex and Wanda (Scheffert) Loos.

Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law: Kimberly and David Delgado of Bellevue, Nebraska.  Grandchildren and spouses: Brandi and Tad Lyle of Lincoln and their children, Kaylee, Kaycee and Kaydee.  Brittani and Jarell Perez and their children, Kaden, Kianna and Keirah.  Niece and spouse: Wanda and Paul Rodiguez of Lincoln and their children, Luis Medrano, Jonathon Rivera and Charity Morgan.  Brothers and sisters-in-law: Harry and Cindy Loos of Lincoln, Jack and Sharon Loos of Lincoln.  Brothers-in-law and spouses, Richard and Virginia Fischer of Lincoln, Bob and Janet Fischer of Blaine, Minnesota.  Preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth J.A. Fischer.  Father, Alex Loos.  Mother and Step father, Wanda and Dale Rockenbach.  Beloved dogs, Lexi and Lacy.  Grandparents, Hazel and John Goucher.

Graveside services will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, January 25, 2014 at Fairview Cemetery, 84th and Adams Street.  No viewing or visitation.  Cremation.

Memorials to the family.


  1. Kim,
    So sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. I always thought she was a neat lady. Very kind and generous soul. May she be at peace.

    Jennifer Gerdes

  2. Kim, we were saddened to hear of your mothers passing. We really enjoyed having her and Kenny and you as neighbors in Belmont. We are out-of-state for the winter, so will not be able to attend the services, but will be thinking of you and your family. Stay strong…love to you all.

  3. Kim, David, Wanda and Paul, I am so sorry for your loss, I’ve been crying all day. I hope she’s no longer suffering, and that she has been reunited with Kenny. I loved her a lot, we have been great friends for the past few years. I will miss her terribly. I wish I had known she was getting so bad, I would liked to have said goodbye to her. She was the warmest, most compassionate and giving person, and may she be at rest in God’s hands.

  4. To Kathy’s Family,
    I had the pleasure of working with Kathy for several years at Village Manor. Kathy was definately a tough cookie and always had a beautiful smile on her face no matter what the circumstances were in her life. I am very sorry for your loss and hope some comfort is held knowing she is reunited with her husband. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers.


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