June 3, 2014

Robert H. Nimic

NimicRobert H. Nimic, Age 88 of Lincoln. Passed away in his sleep the morning of  June 2, 2014.

Bob was born in Omaha, NE May 29, 1926 to Anton and Clara (Zimmerman) Nimic, graduated from Glenwood High School, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, graduated from UNL School of Pharmacy, and was a registered pharmacist in Nebraska for 50 years. He enjoyed playing ping-pong with his friends at Calvert Rec. Center, was active in the Craftsman Lodge No. 314 A.F. & A.M., Sesostris Shrine, OES Starcraft No. 317, Pleasant Dale American Legion, Nebraska Pharmacists Association, and member of Southwood Lutheran Church.

Survivors include his wife Faye of Lincoln; his children: Stephen A. Nimic, Robert J. Nimic, George D. Nimic, Franklin P Nimic, Gisele and Mark Pollins, Dana and Sue Nimic, Chris and Kim Nimic, and Drew and Linda Nimic, his step-daughter  Karin Lamkins and husband R.G. , his eight grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Bob was preceded in death by his first wife Georgia F. Nimic, step-sister, Marie Klasna, and step-brother, Franklin A. Nimic.

A Celebration of Life service will be held 3:00pm Thursday June 5 at Southwood Lutheran Church, 4301 Wilderness Hills Blvd, Lincoln, NE 68516. A private internment for the family will be held at Wyuka Cemetary. No viewing or visitation, Bob’s wishes were for cremation. Memorials to the Matt Talbot kitchen and Capital Humane Society.


  1. Dear Faye,
    Thinking of you and your family and sending our
    thoughts and prayers. Hold close all those wonderful
    memories. They will bring you comfort in the days to come.
    Lovingly in PEO *Diane & Ray Beeman*

  2. Dear Faye,
    Sending our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Hold tight all those wonderful memories. They will bring you comfort in the day to come. Lovingly in PEO… *Diane & Ray Beeman*

  3. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of you. We were planning to visit you this month when we were both in Nebraska, June 8…We will miss the great times we had reflecting about the “good old days” with both of you in Spencer… Bob will be dearly missed…Please know our door is always open to you in Arizona. Love, Dorothy,Val,Mike and Lucky

  4. Faye,
    Bob was such a dear man. Always positive. I never saw him down in his spirit. I know you will miss him very much as you reflect on all the great times you both had together. Please know that Lois and I are praying for you and your family at this time. Thank God for a faith that endures even through the hard times……Steve and Lois Benson

  5. Gisele and family; our heartfelt condolences for you and your family with the passing of your father Robert. My mother Dorothy just called me to let me know. What a great guy your dad was. Would love to catch up with you sometime. Please drop a line.

  6. Dear Faye;
    We are so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing, it is a blessing he is now in a better place. The friendships and memories we have with you and had with Bob will always be cherished. Bob was always positive and always a delight to be around. I really enjoyed working with both of you in the past at Tiger Training. We miss you and hope to see you sometime soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Gary and Sharon Bredehoft

  7. Chris,
    So sorry to hear about your father passing. May peace and good memories be around you and your family.
    Gary and Alane Wahlstrom

  8. So deeply sad to hear of his passing. By the way, he has 8 great-grandchildren, not four. I loved him dearly from what I knew of him.


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