Darlis J. Vauble
December 12, 1957 – September 11, 2020
Darlis Jean Vauble (Maasen) age 62 of Omaha died on Friday, September 11th at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. She was born on December 12, l957 to Don and Betty (Koch) Maasen at the Carroll Hospital.
She was the youngest of three brothers Dennis, Dave, and Douglas. She lived in Westside all her life and attended Ar-We-Va School in Westside. After graduating from school, she attended college in Omaha Nebraska. On April 4, 1981 she married Tim Vauble at the Arcadia Zion Lutheran Church. To this two daughters were born, Kalee Jean and Lillian Anna. With one son-in-law, Ian Thompson, grand-kitty, Ven; and grand-puppy, Nellie.
The couple lived in Omaha, Nebraska and Darlis worked different jobs until she started at Creighton University and worked for 27 years. She had Father Morrison president of Creighton as her boss. Then she switched to Woodman of the World (Now Woodmen Life) until her cancer entered her body on October of 2019.
She fought a battle but when the Lord said it is time to rest, she went to his loving embrace.
She held many positions for clubs and at church. She was president of EWI (Executive Women’s International) which she traveled all over the country for meetings.
She was a loving person and always helped people out. She loved to camp and especially stay at her nephew’s cabin in Colorado.
She will be missed by all especially during family get togethers.
Preceded in death by father, Donald Maasen. Survived by husband, Timothy; daughters, Kalee Thompson (Ian) and Lillian Vauble; grand-kitty, Ven; grand-puppy, Nellie; mother, Betty Maasen; and three brothers, Denny (Sharon), Dave (Donna) and Doug (Starr).
VISITATION following CDC guidelines: Thursday, September 17th from 4pm to 7pm, at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church (7706 S 96th St.) MEMORIAL SERVICE: Friday, September 18th, 10:30am, Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials directed to the family for a charity of their choice.
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