Henry “Hank” Moller


Funeral services for 77-year old Henry “Hank” Moller of Rushville, NE, formerly of Hot Springs, SD, are Friday, March 11, 2022 at 10:00 at the Chamberlain Pier Funeral Home in Gordon, NE.  

Services will be followed by a luncheon at the Rushville American Legion. 

Memorials may be sent to the Security First Bank in Rushville

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Henry “Hank” Moller was born April 21, 1944, to Emil and Yvonne Moller and passed away February 28, 2022 at Monument Health in Rapid City, SD.

Hank was raised and graduated high school in Platte, SD, and later joined the armed forces. 

He married the love of his life, Sharon ‘Sherry’ Wildeman in 1963. Hank and Sherry resided in Hot Springs, SD, and there raised their four children: Jackie, Tammy, Tracie and Brad. The family moved to Rushville in 1999.

Hank and Sherry owned four packing plants over the years, the most recent being M & M Packing in Rushville. Hank’s customers would attest to the fact that he was exceptional in his calling as a meat-cutter. His customer service was impeccable and many returning customers would travel from across the Midwest to bring their cattle to him.

Hank enjoyed spending time outdoors fishing, Denver Broncos football and Rockies baseball, cowboy boots, and a cold Coors Light. Above all, Hank loved being around his family and friends. The love and devotion that he gave his family was incomparable. He had a one in a million side-smirk while telling his children and grandchildren, “I love you, kid” before ending conversations with them. His witty humor, generous and compassionate heart, and amazing smile will be missed terribly.

In addition to his wife Sherry (Wildeman) Moller, he is survived and will be greatly missed by his daughters Jackie (Rod) Norton, Tammy Porter, Tracie (Tim) Kuhlman and son Brad (Tracy) Moller; ten grandchildren: Tiffany Porter Willhite, Nathan Porter, Jessica Norton and Will Hilton, Alyssa (Jared) Maez, Logan Moller, Morgan Moller, Brittany (David) Wacker, Brooke Pengra, Roni (Katlin) Ruppert, and Zach Schroeder; and eleven great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brothers Bill (Janet) Moller and Keith (Julie) Moller.

Hank was preceded in death by his parents, sister Nina (Moller) Wynia and brothers Frank Moller, Gilbert Moller, Clinton Moller, and Gary Moller.

3 thoughts on “Henry “Hank” Moller”

  1. I have known Hank for years. He was a good man. My condolences to all the family. May he rest in peace. May his soul and the souls of all the dearly departed rest in peace, Amen. I hear there is great fishing in heaven.

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