Zoucha, Dr. Adam E., MD Nov 15, 1925 - Jan 21, 2016 Preceded in death by parents, Adam and Mary (Chohon) Zoucha; four brothers: Al, Robert, Frank, and Ray Zoucha; three sisters: Frances Maxwell, Rose Rohrer, and Josephine Jordan. Survived by wife, Phyllis (Kuehner) Zoucha; children: Anne McGee (Joseph) of Palo Alto, CA, Jill Fox (Steve) of St. Louis, MO, Thomas Zoucha (Gwen) of Tyler, TX, Jennifer Zoucha, and Philip Zoucha, both of Omaha; seven grandchildren; one great-granddaughter. Memorials to Christ the King Catholic Church. VISITATION begins Monday, 5pm at Christ the King Catholic Church, with VIGIL SERVICE to follow at 7pm at the church. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL Tuesday, 10am, Christ the King Catholic Church. Interment, Calvary. HEAFEY-HOFFMANN-DWORAK-CUTLER WEST CENTER CHAPEL 7805 W. Center Rd. 402-391-3900 www.heafeyheafey.com

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Kathy Salstrand

"Burrie",Anne,Jill,Tom,Jen and "Phip", I'm so sorry for your loss. As an uncle and doctor Adam was so loving, kind and generous with all he did for everyone in our family. He will be missed.

You're in my heart and prayers.

Love always,

Elizabeth Prince

A good heart has stopped beating. A good soul has ascended to Heaven. I am honored to have known your father. He treated me with kindness and always made me feel welcome in your home. I will hold all of you close in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord bless and comfort you during this sad and difficult time.

Elizabeth Prince and family


Dr. Zoucha played such a huge role for our growing family over the years. He saw us through all kinds of issues for over 35 years. He gave us a huge discount in the early years when we were struggling students. He was one of the last general practitioners who covered every aspect from obstetrics to surgery and any other health need that arose. A kind ,compassionate, loving and gentle soul. My heart aches over his passing but he will always be remembered as a friend. He always had time for a social chat about family and life in general. God Bless his family.


Thank you Dr. Zoucha!! How many of us can say upon entering a doctors office that your doctor would ask how the family was? ( Knowing everyone's name. ) I felt as if he were part of my family. We shared some of our happiest and saddest moments with him. He delivered 9 of our babies in the immediate family, to sharing our grief at the time of my dad and sister's passing. I admired him so much when he came to both of their wakes .Upon the sudden loss of my dear sister he personally called and explained exactly the cause of her death. He loved his wife and family so much and would share a few stories with us. He even made a house call once to my Grandma's. I would always get a chuckle when I would see him loose his temper. So here's to you Dr. Adam Zoucha. Thank you for being part of my families live.
Jean (Dvorak) Bogatz

Connie Bergquist

Dear Aunt Phyllis, Anne, Jill, Tom, Jenny, and Phillip,
Uncle Adam was larger than life, and always so very kind and caring to me and Cindy and our folks. He made a positive difference in countless lives, no doubt. I especially remember being at Anne and Joe's in Palo Alto when Susanna was very young--Uncle Adam would engage her in conversation, so gentle, so warm. It was lovely.
Sending love and deepest sympathy to you and your families,


Thank you for your Service May you be Granted an Honorable and Restful Peace
Francis Durham VFW post 2704 Chaplain


Thanks for your Military Service to Our Country.
Past Commander V.F.W.
Bill Fead
Omaha, NE.

Don Fiala

Thanks for delivering me , Doc, and getting me through all that followed.
Will truly miss a fine man...

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