Greg Meysenburg

Greg Meysenburg

Greg Meysenburg, 75, of David City, died Friday, October 2, 2020, at Bryan LGH West in Lincoln.

The Mass will be live streamed on Kracl Funeral Chapel Facebook page


Memorial Mass Monday, October 19, 2020  10:00 A.M.

St. Mary's Catholic Church, David City   Rev. Jim Meysenburg, Celebrant

Masks will be required for the mass

Military Honors and Committal-St.Mary's Cemetery, David City

Brainard Legion Post #273

Due to Covid restrictions there will be no funeral lunch

Memorials in care of the family for future designation

Greg was born on February 2, 1945 in David City, Nebraska to Joseph and Leonarda (Vanderbroek) Meysenburg.  He attended Marietta and graduated from Aquinas High School in 1963.  Following graduation he joined the United States army.

On October 30, 1965 Greg married Margaret (Mag) Rerucha at Saint Mary’s Catholic Church in David City, Nebraska.  They built their life together in David City.  Greg was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church and belonged to The Knights of Columbus.  Greg farmed his whole life in Butler County, Nebraska.  He also worked for the Butler County Sheriff’s Department, Butler County Weed District, and owned G and M Seed Cleaning.

Greg’s passions were for his faith, family and friends.  He took much pride in his grandchildren including following their activities whether it be sports, 4H, academic or just everyday life happening.

He is survived by his wife Mag of David City, daughter, Cindy Petree of David City, son Troy (Amy) of Osceola, daughter, Sherri Meysenburg of David City, son, Bryan (Robin) of David City.  Nine grandchildren; Kyle and Natalie Petree, Taylor, Tori, and Trae Meysenburg, Sierra, Coy , Zane and Heston Meysenburg. Two sisters; Mary (Roger) Souchek of Hastings, Lori (Greg) Sabata of David City, six brothers; Ed (Rita) of David City, Ray of Seward, Marty (Noreen) of Omaha, Steve of David City, Barry (Patty) of David City and Fr. Jim of Lincoln, sister-in-law Carol Meysenburg.  Along with numerous nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Leonarda, his in-laws Leonard and Georgia, infant sister Rose Marie and Brother Don.