Henry E. “Hank” Eby

Henry E. “Hank” Eby

May 26, 1933 – March 17, 2021

Age 87

Preceded in death by wife Josephine; sons Dean and Jeffrey.

Survived by children Joe (Debbie) Eby, Mary (Dan) Spielman, and Tom (Katie) Eby; grandchildren Carlo, Dominic, Tomas, Amanda, Maria, Adam, Trevor, Sam, Elizabeth, and Jack; daughter-in-law Anna Eby.

Visitation following CDC guidelines: Friday, March 19, 6-8 pm, with a Vigil Service at 7 pm, both at Bellevue Memorial Chapel.

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Mass of Christian Burial following CDC guidelines: Saturday, March 20, 10 am, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 2302 Crawford St., Bellevue.

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Interment: Bellevue Cemetery

Military Honors: US Army National Guard Honor Guard and American Legion Post 216.

Memorials suggested to St. Mary’s Catholic Church.


  • Ray Williams Posted March 19, 2021 4:34 am

    Will be thinking of all in your family in the days ahead. Hank’s legacy in business will last forever.

  • Joe Gamerl Posted March 19, 2021 8:00 am

    Hank will be missed at the Senior Center. He was one of the best bus drivers we had and the senior’s enjoyed making trips with him. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.

  • Bill Gaus Posted March 19, 2021 8:17 am

    Sympathies to the Eby family. Hank was a super employee of the BPS for many years. Many a time I had to call on him for a “fix”!! Rest in peace Hank!!

  • Roger Brandt Posted March 19, 2021 3:53 pm

    My sympathy to the Eby family. I am the grandson of Cassie Eby Brandt.

  • Dave. Harrill Posted March 20, 2021 8:26 pm

    Hank was a great painting contractor that could be counted on to get the job done. When he told you it would be done by Friday, it was! I watched many projects where his crews painted entire school buildings during summer break and always met the school start date. Many emergency projects would be handled throughout the school year and we could always rely on the Eby boys to get the job done. Many long nights and weekends were worked to make classrooms ready for students.
    Hank was more than a great contractor, he was a good friend. Rest In Peace Hank.
    Dave Harrill
    Retired Papillion La Vista Schools Maintenance Coordinator

  • Elaine and Warren Davee Posted March 30, 2021 10:43 am

    We pray that Hank is now experiencing eternal joy in Heaven with Jesus our Savior and with all his loved ones who went before him! We will always remember Hank for the weekly prayer meetings in his home with his beautiful wife, Jo; his faith and love and generosity to the poor; and his support to St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Bellevue including the painting of the inside of the church. May God comfort Mary and Joe and Tom and their families.whom Hank loved so very much!

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