These are the many Manning and Manning connected people whose pictures were in the Enenbach/Frahm collection I scanned in 2018. They were sent to me in several
different packages by Judy (Enenbach) Quest, who recently passed away.
She contacted me in 2018 by e-mail.
I asked the usual questions about scanning any old Manning pictures and history she had...which she graciously sent to me.
So I spent the last few days making a tribute, using most of the pictures she sent to me.
I also included a ton of school articles about Judy's parents, Helen Frahm & William Enenbach...they are in PDF format and I highlighted the names in yellow, so please take some time to read them...you'll probably find names of your relatives and neighbors in these Monitor articles.
There were also several WWII Veterans in Judy's ancestral family and she also had some pictures of them, including her dad, Bill Enenbach.
2 of the Veterans paid the ultimate price
with their lives during WWII.
I didn't have any pictures of them and below is one of Albert Buss, first husband of Phyllas Enenbach.
I'm hoping more family members will come forward with the pictures and information they have so I can expand on their military histories and Manning connections.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: Monday, February 27th, visitation from
5pm, wake service at 7pm, St. Cecilia Cathedral, 701 N 40th Street, Omaha, Nebraska
FUNERAL SERVICE: Tuesday, February 28th at 11:15 am. St. Cecilia Cathedral, 701 N 40th Street, Omaha
John A. Gentleman Mortuaries and Crematory, Funeral Home serving Bellevue & Omaha, Nebraska
Born on October 9, 1948, in Omaha, Nebraska. Passed on February 9, 2023, in Omaha, Nebraska. Preceded in death by parents William and Helen (Frahm) Enenbach, cousin Fred Enenbach, and dear friend Fr. Tom OíNeill.
Judy was a lifelong educator and counselor, who spent most of her career inspiring students at Duchesne Academy to realize their dreams. She was passionate about the goals of the Sacred Heart and lived its mission for intellectual values and social justice to its fullest. The mentors, classmates, colleagues and students that she built relationships with built the foundation of her life. A true 'daughter of the 1960s,' she loved nature and was politically active until the very end. As a young mother, she translated the challenge of having a daughter with Cerebral Palsy to a job working for the State of Nebraska during the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990. She worked in living rooms, conference rooms, and legislative chambers, always telling her stories in personal, yet innovative ways.
In some of the most challenging years of her life, Judy pursued a lifelong goal of becoming a professional clown. 'Dear Heart' brought joy to people of all ages, abilities, and socioeconomic standing for over 40 years. Judy brought a counselorís spirit to clowning and educated generations of new clowns. Dear Heart was also a 'boss clown,' holding positions like President of Clowns of America International and winning international awards such as 'Clown of the Year' and 'Lifetime Achievement.'
Judy was an extraordinary mother and grandmother and shared not only her values and passions with her children, but supported them regardless of the direction of their journeys. Her battle with breast cancer lasted over 10 years, thanks to the amazing guidance of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, in particular, Dr. Kenneth Cowan and Dr. Melissa Teply.
Judy is survived by husband Tom Quest; brother Mark Enenbach and sister Carol Haller; children Daniel (wife Laura), Melanie and Laura Quest (husband A.J. Glueckert); grandchildren Lilly and Maggie Quest, and Helene and Eva Glueckert; many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Duchesne Academy. The family requests attendees of both services wear bright colors (no black).