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Chet  Binegar  Jr.
     Chet Binegar, Jr., 83, of Sutherland passed away Monday, March 6, 2017 in Sutherland. He was born to Chet Binegar, Sr. and Georgia (Kindscher) Binegar on Aug. 2, 1933 in Sutherland.
     He graduated from Sutherland High School in 1951 and his entire life was spent in the Sutherland community. In high school he was a member of the FFA and earned the State Farmers degree.
     Chet began farming at an early age and was dedicated to agricultural advancement and to raising crops and cattle.
     In 1956, he entered the United States Army, spending most of his time in West Germany.
     In October 1955, he married Phyllis Robb and to this union two children were born: Kenneth and Marlene. Marlene was born on his 24th birthday while stationed in Germany.
     After purchasing a farm northwest of Sutherland he married Wanda Baker on Aug. 22, 1964.
     Chet was a lifetime member of the Sutherland United Methodist Church, a member of the Sandhill Campers and Wagon Wheel Sams camping clubs, a long time member of Lincoln County Farm Bureau and a past member of the Buffalo Bill Corral of Westerners #37.
     Chet is survived by his wife, Wanda Baker; children, Steven W. Binegar, Kenneth (Suihua) Binegar, Marlene Crosier, Rodney (Debbie) Binegar, and Pamela (Rick) Jablonski; sisters, Alice Hanson and Marie (Joe) Chocole; grandchildren, Desiree Blanchard, Heather Blanchard, Nikki Blanchard, Abbey Binegar, and Tucker Binegar; and great-grandchildren, Deveraux, Ameachie, Tahmoni, Jahilya, and Aracelli.
     He was preceded in death by his parents.
     Services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 11 at the Sutherland United Methodist Church with Pastor Mark Baldwin officiating. Burial will follow at the Riverview Cemetery near Sutherland with military honors. Adams & Swanson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
     A memorial is suggested to Maxine White Public Library in Sutherland. Online condolences may be shared at adamsswanson.com.
First published in The North Platte Bulletin print edition on 3/8/2017
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