Kevin Ray Driever

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Kevin Ray Driever

Nebraska City - Kevin Ray Driever, age 56 of Nebraska City died October 30, 2021 at his home. He was born October 3, 1965 in Nebraska City to Leroy "Bud" and Dee (Bagley) Driever. Kevin lived in the Nebraska City and Syracuse areas his entire life and graduated from Nebraska City High School in 1984. He learned automobile body repairs working for his dad, "Bud" at Driever's Body Shop and later made his career as a Heating and Air Tech, working for Walmart and CBRE. Kevin played on Dart and Pool Leagues in the Nebraska City area for many years and was a past member of the Nebraska City Eagles Aerie. He loved spending time with his sons and grandchildren in his free time. His hobbies including riding his Harley with his friends, boating, hunting, golfing and baseball, especially the Atlanta Braves. Kevin would find unique wood to carve into walking sticks and canes. He was preceded in death by his father, Leroy "Bud" Driever. Survivors include his sons, Bradley (Taylor) Driever of Syracuse, Kelson Driever of Nebraska City and Jasper Keran of Peru; grandchildren, Cooper, Karsen, Jaxson and Brinley Driever; mother, Dee (Howard) Antes; siblings, Lori (Jerry) Koeneke, Matt (Tina) Driever; all of Nebraska City, Joe (Tammy) Womochil of Carter Lake, IA, Bobby Womochil of Omaha, Terry Womochil of Nebraska City and Cheryl (Sonny) Torrez of Bellevue; special friend, Kristie McDougald of Nebraska City; nieces, nephews, many other family and friends.

Memorial services 11:00 A.M. Saturday, November 6, 2021 at the First Presbyterian Church in Nebraska City.

Visitations will be 1:00 to 8:00 P.M. Friday at Marshall Funeral Chapel in Nebraska City with the family greeting friends from 5:00 to 7:00 P.M.

Memorials are suggested to the family's choice.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.marshallfuneral.com.

Marshall Funeral Chapel of Nebraska City is in charge of arrangements.

Posted online on November 03, 2021

Published in Nebraska City News-Press

Obituaries in Nebraska City, NE | Nebraska City News

Kevin Ray Driever

Marshall Funeral Chapel

Kevin Ray Driever

Nebraska City - Kevin Ray Driever, age 56 of Nebraska City died October 30, 2021 at his home. He was born October 3, 1965 in Nebraska City to Leroy "Bud" and Dee (Bagley) Driever. Kevin lived in the Nebraska City and Syracuse areas his entire life and graduated from Nebraska City High School in 1984. He learned automobile body repairs working for his dad, "Bud" at Driever's Body Shop and later made his career as a Heating and Air Tech, working for Walmart and CBRE. Kevin played on Dart and Pool Leagues in the Nebraska City area for many years and was a past member of the Nebraska City Eagles Aerie. He loved spending time with his sons and grandchildren in his free time. His hobbies including riding his Harley with his friends, boating, hunting, golfing and baseball, especially the Atlanta Braves. Kevin would find unique wood to carve into walking sticks and canes. He was preceded in death by his father, Leroy "Bud" Driever. Survivors include his sons, Bradley (Taylor) Driever of Syracuse, Kelson Driever of Nebraska City and Jasper Keran of Peru; grandchildren, Cooper, Karsen, Jaxson and Brinley Driever; mother, Dee (Howard) Antes; siblings, Lori (Jerry) Koeneke, Matt (Tina) Driever; all of Nebraska City, Joe (Tammy) Womochil of Carter Lake, IA, Bobby Womochil of Omaha, Terry Womochil of Nebraska City and Cheryl (Sonny) Torrez of Bellevue; special friend, Kristie McDougald of Nebraska City; nieces, nephews, many other family and friends.

Memorial services 11:00 A.M. Saturday, November 6, 2021 at the First Presbyterian Church in Nebraska City.

Visitations will be 1:00 to 8:00 P.M. Friday at Marshall Funeral Chapel in Nebraska City with the family greeting friends from 5:00 to 7:00 P.M.

Memorials are suggested to the family's choice.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.marshallfuneral.com.

Marshall Funeral Chapel of Nebraska City is in charge of arrangements.

Posted online on November 03, 2021

Published in Nebraska City News-Press