Nebraska Authors

Henry Filbert

Born 1915-11-24 Lincoln, NE (USA)

Died 1997-01-08
Lincoln, NE (USA)

Husband of Nettie Filbert

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Biography
  • Poetry
  • Journalism

Keywords

Poetry; Personal Narrative; Shrubs;

Occupation

Warehouse Manager
Garden Nursery Owner
Journalist
Writer

Places Worked

Lincoln Electric Company, Lincoln, NE (28 years)
Pioneer Garden and Nursery, Lincoln, NE

Honors

Local park that he donated and landscaped in Lincoln was named after him (Filbert Park)

Associations

Nebraska Writers Guild

Bibliography

Immanuel Lutheran Church 75th Anniversary History. 1984.
Marching in 1945: Trained to Fight and No More War. 1986.
My Holy Land!!! Your Holy Land??? with Nettie Filbert, 1988.
Flowering Shrubs. with Nettie Filbert, 1990.
A Butterfly on Wall Street. 1994.

Also wrote a newspaper column called "Lifelines"

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