Faye Jean Seyfer Bouse Gee, 92, originally of Otoe County north of Dunbar, passed at Bethany Lutheran Home in Council Bluffs, April 12, 2017.
Born in 1925, one half mile east of Jordan Creek, Jean’s favourite childhood place to explore. Daughter of J. Wm. (Bill or Willy) Seyfer and Alice (Whipple), Jean had two older sisters who became: Teo Niday and Margaret Sackley; plus one older brother, Pete Seyfer (of Pete’s Feed & Seed).
First year of high school in Nebraska City; finished at Dunbar, where she met the love-of-her-life, Charlie Bouse.
After graduation in 1942, she attended nursing school at Hand Hospital in Shenandoah, while Charlie joined the service to become B-29 bomber pilot.
Jean was employed as a nurse in Las Companas Hospital, Los Angeles, before getting married in Texas, 1945.
They moved to Dunbar, 1946, with Charlie self-employed as a tractor repair mechanic.
He joined McKim & Mishler, Nebraska City, 1950. Jean & Charlie members of Dunbar Presbyterian Church: 1946-1955. Children followed: David, Tom and Jane, 1946-1950.
Moved Bennet, 1955; then Lincoln, 1970. Jean returned to hospital work at Bryan Memorial Hospital (1965), then Milder Manor (1966-77).
Charlie worked Lincoln Telephone Co. 1955, until he passed, 1993.  Jean then remarried, to F. E. Gee, of Palmyra.
In 2013 she moved to Bethany Lutheran Home in Council Bluffs.  
With a 92-years-young heart and soul, she decided her aching body was getting to be too much. Jean was taken home on Tuesday, April 12, accompanied with the deep affection of all her family, and everyone who was blessed to know this remarkable person.
Services to be held 11 a.m. Thursday, April 20 at Butherus, Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A Street, Lincoln. Memorials in lieu of flowers can be sent to the  Bennet Community Church.