Kelly Jo Stalder, age 26, of Reno, Nevada formerly of Miller & Beaver City, Nebraska area died Monday, October 22, 2007 in Reno, Nevada from a auto accident.  She was born November 15, 1980 at Gothenburg, Nebraska to Rodney & Linda (Province) Stalder.

She grew up in the Miller, Nebraska area. She spent some of her younger years at Beaver City, Nebraska.  She graduated with S-E-M High School with the class of 1999. She was active with Volleyball, track and basketball while at S-E-M High School.  Following graduation she moved to Reno, Nevada then later to Wellington, Utah.  She returned to Reno in 2002 and worked for Pevco Manufacting for 2 years.  In 2004 she started to work for Vidtek Company and worked her way up to management.  Vidtek is a surveillance camera repair company.  She attended the Christian Church at Miller, Nebraska. 

Preceded in death by Grandfather; Gail Province and Aunt Diane Gewecke

Survivors include;  Father;  Rodney Stalder of Moab, Utah

                            Mother:  Linda Province of Alma, Nebraska

                            Sister:  Jessica Lang of Hastings, Nebraska

                             Nephew;  Logan Lang of Hastings, Nebraska

                            Grandparents:  Jerry & Leo Stalder of Stamford, Nebraska

                                                   Shirley & Step-Grandfather; Orvin Stevens of Gothenburg, Nebraska

                            Half-Sister:  Amanda Landwehr of Hays, Kansas

                            Half-Brother:  Jonathan Landwehr of Beloit, Kansas

Several Aunts & Uncles and other relatives.

Viewing and visitation will be Friday, October 26, 2007, 1 PM until 8 PM at Wenburg Funeral Home in Beaver City, Nebraska and prior to services Saturday at the church.

Memorials to the Epilepsy  Foundation and can be left at funeral home or at the church service.

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Funeral services will be Saturday, October 27, 2007 at 10:30 AM, at First Presbyterian Church in Beaver City, Nebraska with Pastor David Harder, Officiating.  Burial will follow at Mount Hope Cemetery at Beaver City, Nebraska.  Wenburg Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.