Odette Asay

odette asay

 Odette Asay


Odette Asay, 98, of Westminster,

passed away on October 17th. She was born in Morse Bluff, Nebraska on March 27, 1918 to Walter and Louise Fleming. She is survived by her children, Carol Meny (Alan) and Stuart Asay (Judy) and her  adored granddaughters Amanda and Cara Asay.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Alvin. Odette's legacy will live on in the positive way she influenced her family and friends. Hers was a truly a life well lived.

Burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery at a date to be determined. Memorial donations may be made to the First Presbyterian Church, Cedar Bluffs, NE, (P.O. Box 70, ATTN: Jeri Fleming) or the charitable organization of your choice.


Family and friends are welcome to share stories and photographs of Odette here on her website (click appropriate tab on the left side of this page).


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  1. Our condolences to the Asay family. Great memories of Alvin and Odette from their time in Grand Island . Alvin was a great leader and a positive influence on my career at Skagway. Odette was a loving wife that gave great support to Alvin and was loved by all that new her. She had a great life over her 98 years, Rest in Peace Odette.

  2. Many fond memories of Aunt Odette at family gatherings and visits to her home in Grand Island. I'll always remember her delighted laugh! A very special lady and aunt, we'll remember and miss her always. Love to our cousins and family. 💕

  3. My condolences to Odette's family on her passing. I know you have many wonderful memories to sustain you through this difficult time. There were so many changes in the world during her 98 years. I was so surprised to see Odette's obituary in the Sunday Grand Island paper. I did not know she was still living. My moither, Leoda Cates, was a friend of Odette and Al here in GI. She passed away 10 years ago. Susan, my younger sister, passed away in 2010 after a year long fight against lung cancer. Please contact me at my e-mail so we can catch up. I remember your mother fondly.

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