September 10, 2014

Sheila G. Becker

Becker, Sheila obit photo 2Sheila G. Becker, age 49, of Lincoln passed away at home surrounded by her family on September 9, 2014.  Sheila was born on Sept. 26, 1964 to Larry and Sandra (Gross) Dvorak of Lincoln.

Sheila is survived by her husband, Matt Becker of Lincoln; mother, Sandra Dvorak Avilla of Lincoln; son, Nicholas Kerstetter of Lincoln; sister, Laurie Dvorak of Salt Lake City; brothers, Larry Dvorak and Marcus Dvorak of Lincoln; and many more beloved family members and friends.

She is preceded in death by her father.

A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014 at Wyuka Funeral Home in Lincoln at 10:30 A.M. with Pastor Mike Mcmurtry officiating.  Burial will be in Wyuka Cemetery at a later date.


  1. never in a million years did I picture this! you were an awesome and an amazing person! I will never forget the 6 years of friendship we had, all the shopping times we had or all the fun times at Walgreens! you were like a 2nd mom to me Sheila and I couldn’t thank you enough! you will always and forever have a special place in my heart & I will always love you! rest in paradise super sheila!!!

  2. Dear Nick and family. So sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing. Sheila was also my neighbor when I lived on St. Paul Street back in early 2000. She was a great cook and had a heart of gold! I enjoyed watching Nick too, he was such a fun loving boy. I feel Sheila is walking the streets of gold up in heaven and having a reunion with those who have gone on before her. She is your Angel now Nick watching over you. I will always remember the good neighbor she was and again, her heart of gold!

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing. I met her at Walgreens and knew instantly what a dear soul she was. She would always go out of her way to find coupons for me when I had none….life was good. Then I noticed she wasn’t around when I would stop in…..until one day I saw her and knew she wasn’t feeling well. But there she was, standing there telling me her story, her battle. Walking out tears streamed down my face, as they are now. Damn cancer. Praying for you and praying they find a cure. She is truly your angel watching over you!

  4. I shop often at Walgrens. Sheila often waited on me. She seemed so special – kind and such a pretty gal!! We’d often chat, her pretty bracelets often caught my eye. She’d say “That’s from my husband” and I thought how sweet. I could tell she was deeply in love.
    I was so very sad when I learned she had cancer. She was kept in my prayers and I continue to think of her and will always remember her.


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