George “Tod” Luke Imhoff

George “Tod” Luke Imhoff

May 31, 1942 – May 3, 2024

VISITATION: Sunday, May 12th from 2pm to 4pm at the West Center Chapel, with VIGIL SERVICE at 4pm.

MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Monday, May 13th at 10am at St. Gerald Catholic Church, 9602 “Q” St.

GRAVESIDE SERVICE with Military Honors: Monday, 1:30pm, Omaha National Cemetery.

Those who wish to remember Tod in a special way may make gifts in memory of his name to St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church.

To view live broadcasts of the Vigil Service and Mass, please visit and click the “Live Cast” button at the top of the home page.


Born to Rosemary “Luke” and Albert Aloyusius Imhoff in Dubuque, IA on May 31, 1942.  Tod was in the first graduating class at Columbus High School in Waterloo, IA and went onto college in Northern Iowa. After college he joined the Air Force.

He married Mary Louise Hart on May 20, 1967 in Waterloo. They had three boys, Jason, Jeremy and Joshua. Tod worked at Metropolitan Life Insurance and Nelson’s Insurance in Waterloo. They moved to Omaha, NE where Tod spent most of his career at Chastain and Otis until retirement.

Tod volunteer coached basketball, football and soccer. Over the years he was a member of the Jaycee’s, Optimus, Knights of Columbus, and St. Vincent DePaul. His hobbies included staying active by running and playing golf. He was a huge Nebraska Huskers football fan.

He was preceded on death by his sister, Pamela Kelly; and son, Jeremy “Jerry” Scott Imhoff.  Surviving in addition to his wife, Mary (Hart) Imhoff, are his sons: Jason Imhoff (Kim) of Bluffton, SC, and Joshua Imhoff (Nikki) of Omaha, NE; daughter-in-law, Monica Imhoff (Jeremy “Jerry”) of Omaha, NE; seven grandkids: Conor Imhoff, Tannor Imhoff, Meghan Imhoff, Ian Imhoff, Caleb Imhoff, Ryann Imhoff, Emma Sackett; one brother, Jeffery Imhoff of Phoenix, AZ; one brother-in-law, Charles Kelly III of Baltimore, MD; many nieces and nephews.



  • Patricia Reinhard Posted May 5, 2024 5:41 pm

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m so glad I git to know yall and meet yall. I will hear, ” How’s it going, kid?” in his generous loving voice, forever. Love yall so much and thank you for finding me.

  • Grace Favara Gomez (Jerry) and Kim Favara Posted May 5, 2024 6:45 pm

    Condolences from the Favara family.

  • Lynn & Duane Kampschneider Posted May 6, 2024 9:39 am

    Mary, our sincere condolences to you and your family.

  • Dave Chastain Posted May 6, 2024 9:46 am

    Tod was a great guy to work with, enjoyed running with him also. He was the Master of clichés and the Master of trivia well before Google. He will be missed.

  • Michael Kampschneider Posted May 6, 2024 10:34 am

    My sincerest condolences to the Imhoff family.

  • Columbus High School Alumni Posted May 6, 2024 11:08 am

    Our deepest sympathy to Tod’s family and friends.

  • Amy Palma Posted May 6, 2024 5:53 pm

    Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

  • Conor Posted May 8, 2024 9:45 am

    Prayers with you Nana.
    With Love,
    Conor Imhoff

  • Molly Mahoney Posted May 8, 2024 10:37 am

    Mary – I extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family. Wishing you much peace and comfort during this difficult time. I have fond memories of Tod. You and Tod were always so kind and welcoming to me. Please know that I am thinking of you.

    Much love,

  • Don or Agnes Kasper Posted May 9, 2024 8:00 am

    Mary, we miss seeing that Nebraska or Kansas City Chiefs jacket at Sunday mass. Tod loved them both and loved to talk about them. We are so very sorry.

  • MThomas Shipp Posted May 9, 2024 9:04 am

    I’m sorry for your family’s loss.

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