Connie R. Bogue

Connie R. Bogue

June 19, 1954 – November 13, 2022

VISITATION: Thursday, Nov. 17, at 5:00 p.m., with 7:00 p.m. PRAYER SERVICE at West Center Chapel.

Internment at Prairie Center Cemetery of Kearney, NE, will take place at a later date.

Memorials are suggested to the Nebraska Humane Society.

To view the live broadcast of the service, please visit and click the “View Live Cast” button at the top of the home page.

In the early hours of Sunday, November 13, 2022, Connie R. Bogue surprised us all when she slipped from this life into the next.

Connie spent the first years of her life in Kearney, Nebraska, where she enjoyed visiting with her many beloved aunts, uncles, and cousins. Connie and her family then moved to Omaha, where she attended Millard schools, worked in retail, built a life for herself, and began a family of her own.

Anyone who knew Connie knew she was larger than life, with a personality as big as her heart. She loved a good joke, loved good food, and loved to give gifts to others “just because.” Most of all, she loved her ornery grandsons, who she spent Sunday afternoons with creating crafts and playing card games (and helping them cheat when she thought we weren’t looking). She absolutely hated her cell phone but looked forward to her phone conversations with her sister, son, and other family.

Connie was preceded in death by parents Dale and Kathleen (Kegley) Coe. She is survived by son Andrew (Laura) Bogue; grandsons: Maximilian and Nathaniel Bogue; and sister Linda (Gary) Walker of Phoenix, AZ.


  • Rene Preston Posted November 16, 2022 6:45 pm

    Our deepest condolences and prayers for your family. She was a good neighbor to us for many years

  • Tim Kelly Posted November 17, 2022 2:02 pm

    Andrew, I was so sad to hear about Connie’s passing. I enjoyed working with her over the last several year. She always had a positive attitude and a smile on her face when we would get together. She will be missed.

  • Kassie Hager Posted November 19, 2022 6:15 pm

    Condolences and prayers for her family and friends. I had the pleasure of working as her CNA. She was always so positive. She loved talking about family. She would ask me how many children I have and talk about her son and grandkids. She was always watching old black and white movies. I loved asking her about the movies and what they were about. May she rest in peace.

  • Linda Walker Posted November 20, 2022 10:46 am

    Will miss her so much.

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