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Tamie  Engle
     Tamie Engle, 50, of North Platte passed away Mar. 24 at Great Plains Regional Medical Center in North Platte. She was born to Jerry and Barbara (Skidmore) Engle on June 7, 1962 in Wichita, Kans.
     She graduated from Wichita Heights High School and worked as a CNA and Activities Director in nursing homes in Kansas and Colorado. She lived in southeast Kansas and Rifle, Colo. before moving to North Platte in 2011.
     A very special thank you to her sister Amy for all the loving care she gave her during the time of her illness.
     She is survived by her son, Jason (Timi) Kerschen of Cozad; daughter, Megan (David) Engle Boles of El Dorado, Kans.; six grandchildren, Bella and Draven Kerschen; Nicole, Ashley, Kaitlyn and Colin Boles. Her mother and step-father, Barbara and Jerry Jobes, of Pittsburg, Kans.; two brothers, Mark (Julie) Engle of Pittsburg and Kelly (Angie) Jobes of Joplin, Mo., and two sisters, Kathy Newman of Springfield, Mo. and Amy (Barry) Carl of North Platte; her father and step-mother, Jerry (Sharon) Engle of Wichita; sister, Angela (Joe) DeShon of Columbus, Ohio and brothers, Chris (Tina) Engle of Leon, Kans. and Todd (Carla) Engle of Wichita. She is also survived by two special friends, Teri and Theresa, they called themselves The Three T''s since grade school years.
     She was preceded by her life partner of many years, Don Gould; grandparents Eldon and Carolyn Skidmore and Ernest and Helen Engle.
     Memorial graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Apr. 1 at Sheffield Cemetery in Arcadia, Kans. Carpenter Memorial Chapel is in charge of local arrangements.
First published in The North Platte Bulletin print edition on 3/27/2013
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