Bethany Lynn (Brandenburg) Ramold
May 7, 1986 – February 17, 2021
Survived by parents, Rev. Terry L. and Rachel S. Brandenburg; husband, Anthony M. Ramold; children, Isabella F. Brandenburg and Daxton M. Ramold; sister, Jennifer Kreikemeier (Brad). Also surviving are Brett Hoefert; two nieces and one nephew: Kylie, Katie, and Colton Kloster.
VISITATION observing CDC guidelines: Monday, February 22nd from 9:30am to 11am at King of Kings Lutheran Church, 11615 I Street. SERVICES: Monday, February 22nd at 11am at King of Kings Lutheran Church. Memorials are suggested to C.O.R.E. Ministry at King of Kings Lutheran Church.
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Bethany Lynn Brandenburg went home to Jesus on February 17, 2021 at the age of 34.
Bethany was born on May 7, 1986 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She was the second adopted child of Rev. Terry and Rachel Brandenburg. She was happily received by them and her older sister, Jennifer as a newborn. She attended school in Las Vegas and graduated from Faith Lutheran Jr. and Sr. High School. In high school she enjoyed being a cheerleader and was active in church youth activities. Bethany graduated as a valedictorian of her class.
Bethany began college at Concordia University, Irvine, California, but eventually graduated with honors from The University of Minnesota with a degree in Marketing and Business in 2011.
Since graduation, she has worked in marketing for the Coca-Cola Company, the Holiday Inn of Grand Island, Sun Tan City, and Baxter Ford Automotive Dealership of Omaha.
Bethany was active in the sober community of Omaha. She was known and loved for her intelligence, her resourcefulness, her winsome way with people, and her love for those in her circle of family and friends. She confessed her faith in Jesus as her Savior and loved King of Kings Lutheran Church.
Bethany had deep and abiding love for her husband, Anthony and her two children, Isabella, (10) and Daxton (17 months). She is survived also by her parents, Rev. Terry and Rachel Brandenburg; sister, Jennifer Kreikemeier (Brad); nieces, Kylie and Katie Kloster; nephew, Colton Kloster; grandmother, Dottie Cloeter; friend, Brett Hoefert; uncles, aunts, and cousins.
Jesus said …”I Am the Resurrection and the Life. He who believes in me will live even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes m Me will never die.” John 11: 25