Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Louis Martin Herman Schneiderwind, Jr.

Louis Martin Herman Schneiderwind, Jr. age 78 of Orlando, passed away on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012.  Louis was born in Elgin, Illinois the son of Louis M.H. and Catherine (Dettmer) Schneiderwind, Sr.  He served in the United States Army and was employed as truck driver.  He was confirmed on Easter Sunday in April 1977 at Grace United Church of Christ, was a member of Salem Lutheran Church in Orlando, the International Association of Fire Fighters, West Suburban Parents of Hearing Impaired, Fraternal Order of Foresters, and the River Grove Nationals.  Louis' hobbies were fire fighting, trains, camping and his family.
 
He leaves to cherish his memory wife Darlene (Nielsen) Schneiderwind of Orlando; Children Cindy Lou Schneiderwind,   Todd Schneiderwind, Krista Rae Davila (Rafael), Trena Lou Younglove (Jim), Louis "Scott" Schneiderwind, Erik Raymond Schneiderwind, Mark Raymond Schneiderwind (Paula), Samantha Irene Gratz (Gary); 16 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter. 
 
The family will be receiving friends at Salem Lutheran Church on Saturday, October 6th, 2012 from 4:00 until 5:00 pm followed by the funeral service at 5:00 pm with Pastor Julie Frank Officiating.  There will be a reception following the service at 6:00 pm.  In lieu of flowers please make donations to Salem Lutheran Church.

6 comments:

Paula Schneiderwind said...

Dad- I love you and miss you. Thank you for being such a GREAT dad and role model!! We were truly BLESSED to have a dad like you!!

Mark

TODD SCHNEIDERWIND said...

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Krista said...

You were the BEST dad ever!!

Tyler Schneiderwind said...

I miss you grampa and R.I.P i really wish that meant Return If Possible but it dosnt hope you like heaven Love you

Anonymous said...

I will miss you forever, you were the father I always needed and always there for me no matter what. I will cherish the 27 years we had together.

Kelly said...

My condolences to the Schneiderwind family. During this time of great sorrow, may it comfort you to know that others are deeply touched by your loss. Even though your hearts are broken, rest assure that our Grand Creator cares about you (1 Peter 5:7) and can help you through this difficult time. Revelation 21:4 says that soon God will eliminate death forever, and there will be no more sorrow, heartache, or pain. I hope this brings you a measure of comfort during this sad time.