Adolph Gregor Schneider

Adolph Gregor Schneider of St. Peter died June 20, 2013, after a short illness.

He was born on March 31, 1931, to Matthew and Rosa (Freund) Schneider.

Adolph will be sadly missed by his wife of 58 years, Virginia (Mand) and their four children, Don (Mary) Schneider, Brian (Gina) Schneider both of St Peter, Mary (Art) Hall, of Campbellsport and Joel (Brenda) Schneider of Johnsburg. He will also be missed by their 12 grandchildren: Christopher Kraus, Bridget (Dave) Allain, Jennifer (Scott) Winkelmann, Sophia, Griffin  and Owen Schneider, Angela (Adam) Hubacek, Daniel Hall (fiancé Stacey Lichtensteiger), Nicholas and Sara Burgert and Lisa and Tina Schneider along with their 6 great-grandchildren:  Chloe, Caleb, Hope, Dalaney, Madeline and Hadley.

He is survived by his sister Helena Giebel; two brothers Alphonse (Shirley) Schneider and Roman (Marcella) Schneider; In-laws: Willie & Marie Abler, Leo & Irene Mand, Gen Kopplin, Servie (Marie) Mand, Esther Mand and Ray (Mary) Mand; also by special nieces Mary Kay and Toni and many other nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Preceding him in death were his parents Matthew and Rosa; sisters: Imelda (Eddie) Nett, Crescentia (Gilbert) Schmitz, Dorothy (Alex) Hefter and Loretta (Fred) Zwicky; brothers: Bernard (Marion) Schneider, Orlando (Rita) Schneider and Roger (Marilyn) Schneider; In laws: Paul Giebel, Eunice Zwicky, Athleen Schneider, Alois (Lydia) Mand,  Ambrose (Agnes) Mand, Florence (Alex) Michels, Emil Kopplin, and Alfred Mand.

Adolph served as Town Clerk of the Town of Taycheedah for 40 years, Taycheedah Sanitary District Commissioner #3 for 6 years, was a member of the Knights of Columbus, American Legion, St. Peter Lions and Holy Family Parish. He served in the Korean Conflict. Adolph was a Master Plumber for Silica Plumbing and Heating.  After retiring, he worked for the Sisters of St. Agnes until the time of his death.

Adolph mostly loved spending time with his family; he also had a love of the outdoors which included hunting, fishing, gardening and attending Packer games. He also enjoyed going to the “Schneider Shack” during his free time. Adolph had a knack of fixing most anything (even at times you didn’t want it fixed)!  His kindness and wit will be greatly missed by all.

Visitation:  Adolph’s family will receive relatives and friends at the Zacherl Funeral Home on Monday, June 24, 2013, from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  There will be no visitation time on Tuesday.

Services:  At 10:00 AM on Tuesday, June 25 a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Peter Catholic Church, St. Peter.  Burial will follow in the parish cemetery.

A memorial in his name will be established.

Zacherl Funeral Home is serving the family.