Neil Hildebrand
Saturday
23
March

Memorial Visitation

9:00 am - 10:30 am
Saturday, March 23, 2019
Cedar Valley United Methodist Church
1791 155th Street
West Liberty, Iowa, United States
Saturday
23
March

Memorial Service

10:30 am
Saturday, March 23, 2019
Cedar Valley United Methodist Church
1791 155th Street
West Liberty, Iowa, United States

Family Inurnment

Oak Ridge Cemetery
North Calhoun St.
West Liberty, Iowa, United States

Memorials May Be Made To:

Neil Hildebrand Memorial Fund

Obituary of Neil Bruce Hildebrand

West Liberty, Iowa

 Neil B. Hildebrand, 67, passed away Saturday March 16, 2019 at Lake Region
 Hospital, Osage Beach, Missouri.

 A memorial service will be held 10:30 A.M. Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the
 Cedar Valley United Methodist Church, West Liberty where the family will
 greet friends from 9:00 A.M. until service time at 10:30. Family inurnment
 will be in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, West Liberty. The Henderson-Barker
 Funeral Home in West Liberty is in charge of arrangements. A memorial fund
 has been established.

 Neil Bruce Hildebrand was born March 30, 1951 in Iowa City the son of
 Edgar and Edith Mae (DeForest) Hildebrand. He was a graduate of West
 Liberty High School in the Class of 1969 and Kirkwood College where he
 received a degree in Ag Mechanics. On June 17, 1971 he was united in
 marriage to Mary Morehead in West Liberty. He was a member of the Iowa
 National Guard. Neil was a longtime farmer in the West Liberty area and
 had also been employed with H.D. Cline and Liqui Grow in West Liberty. He
 attended the Cedar Valley United Methodist Church and was a part of the
 Blue Bus Gang.

 He is survived by the love of his life Mary, two sons: Michael (Jennifer)
 Hildebrand of Brooklyn, Iowa and Mark (Jana) Hildebrand of Winter Garden,
 Florida, 6 grandchildren: Kaitlyn, Allison, Samantha, Judson, Marlie and
 Reagan. Two sisters: Linda (Clint) Minch of Lakeview, Arkansas and Lory
 (Dennis) Rieger of Pleasant Hill, Iowa. He was preceded in death by his
 parents.

 

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