Christine “Chris” Nimps

By February 15, 2017Uncategorized

6/2/1962 – 2/10/2017

Age 54 of Omaha – Preceded in death by Parents: Phil & Diane Gibilisco; Sister: Karen Gibilisco; Survived by Husband of 33 years: Gary Nimps; Children: Jared Nimps (Katie Fester), Kathy Hubbard (DJ), Erin Franks (DeAngelo), Ashlee Crain (Martez); Grandchildren: Kaden, Sean, Jaxson, Haleigh, & Jensen; Siblings: Mike Gibilisco (Pat), Cheri Ramirez (Manny), Cindy Gibilisco, Sue Davis (Jeff); And numerous Nieces, Nephews, & in-Laws.

Visitation with Family Tuesday 4:00 – 8:00 PM at Roeder Mortuary 2727 N. 108th Street; Memorial Service 10:30 AM Wednesday (2/15/2017) at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church 3601 N. 65th Street Omaha, NE

Memorials to ALS Association, Mid-America Chapter 10730 Pacific St. Ste 103 Omaha, NE 68114


  • Jo Oliver says:

    My deepest sympathťy to the family. Losing a love one can be very difficult but I’ve found comfort in God’s promise of a resurrection and his promise to swallow up death forever. John 5:28, 29 and Isaiah 25:8

  • Wilma says:

    Grief is a process that’s different for every individual. It’s comforting to know that we have a Heavenly Father who knows our inner-most struggles to come to terms with our loss. I recently lost a brother, a sister-in-law and most recently a best friend so I can sympathize with your pain. I found a comforting scripture at 2 Corithians 1:3-4 which speaks of Jehovah as the God of all comfort who comforts us in all of our trials. I hope this brings you the same comfort as it has me. For more comforting thoughts visit JW. Org.

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