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RoJean L. Fritz (Landenberger)



RoJean's obituary appeared in the Lincoln Journal Star, Sunday, March 3, 2019.  As with every lost classmate, it's with sadness we share the news of her passing.

September 25, 1943 - February 28, 2019

RoJean Linda (Fritz) Landenberger was born to Alfred R. and Esther J. (Schleif) Fritz on September 25,1943. She was the only child of her loving parents.

RoJean lived in Lincoln all her life and was baptized on November 1943 at American Lutheran Church and confirmed April 1958 at the same church.  She found her home church, United Lutheran Church on June 7, 1981 and has continued her membership there.

RoJean graduated from Lincoln High School on June 6, 1961 and had many jobs, her most important being the mother of twin sons, Ronald and Richard Johnston who were born on December 18, 1967.  After they were in school she found the career she considered her "true calling", working as a legal assistant for several years.

RoJean is survived by her children, Ronald Johnston of Temple, TX, and Richard Johnston of Lincoln;  grandchildren Aaron Johnston of Lincoln, Spencer Johnston of Lincoln and Chelsea Johnston of Temple, TX, five great-grandchildren, Mason Dixon, Justin Dixon, Jr., Colt Boeckmann, Carter and Kasyn Seveson, two step-children, Steve (Maureen) Landenberger of Grand Haven MI, and Sherry Yarnell of Winnemucca, NV, two step-granddaughters, Calli (Tyler) Boeckmann and Nikki (Marcus) Severson. She was preceded in death by her parents, Alfred and Esther Fritz, and husband, Jim Landenberger.

Visitation was held from 12-8 p.m. Monday, March 4, at Lincoln Family Funeral Care, 5844 Fremont Street. Funeral service was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 5, at United Lutheran Church, 5945 Fremont Street. In lieu of flowers memorials may be given to Wheelers for the Wounded, Capital Humane Society, or United Lutheran Church. Condolences may be left online at

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03/03/19 09:32 PM #1    

Gloria J. Kowrack (Schmidt)

RoJean and I sort of grew up together through high school and junior high. She shared a Girl Scout Troop with  me and several other of our 61 classmates. Always opinionated and not afraid to share her beliefs, she was a dear, non the less. Rest in God's arms dear friend.  Gloria Kowrack Schmidt



03/03/19 11:10 PM #2    

Gayle G. Anderson (Masarie)

RoJean and i were friends, while at LHS. I am sorry we didn't get to reconnect at reunions.








03/04/19 08:39 AM #3    

Donna H. Peterson (Waller)

RoJean and I had a wonderful friendship.  I even changed her name to JoRean and that was ok with her.  I use to talk with her when I came home and it was always an up beat conversation.  She not was but is one in a million.  Be of good cheer JoRean for you are in a far better place.  I will alwsya cherish our talks, laughs and memories.  Love you Pete

03/04/19 09:11 AM #4    

Rosemary Long (Jamison)

I remember RoJean's feisty personality! Gone too soon. R.I.P.

03/04/19 09:38 AM #5    

Violet E. Marks (Baker)

RoJean and I shared many lunch times together when I was working at Paramount Laundry - I would walk over to her house and enjoy lively conversations.  So sorry to lose her here on earth - condolences to her family.

03/04/19 10:40 PM #6    

Dagnija M. Lucs (Anders)

I remember RoJean from grade school as well as from Lincoln High.  She was always a fun-loving and happy girl.  Rest in peace, dear friend. 

Dagni Lucs Anders

03/05/19 10:49 AM #7    

Todd Hoover

RoJean was an absolute stitch - as in funny.  I took several classes with her each time sitting to her side or behind her.  She always has something to say - always funny and sometimes she might "put me in my place" with a subtle comment - well, maybe not always subtle.  I am so sorry for her passing as I feel a real loss. Thank you RoJean for many years of friendship as you are a special person.  Todd

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