John A. Schroeder
December 20, 1954 ~ December 2, 2010
Born December 20th 1954 in Joliet Illinois to Marion A Schroeder and Doris M Schroeder, Peacefully pasted away December 2nd 2010 surrounded by loved ones. John married Sharon Garner and had his first son Justin, losing Sharon in an accident later married Exie Schroeder on October 27th 1977 and had kids Garrett and Jondra. John was an avid Green Bay Packers fan and loved riding around on his Harley Davidson and his Corvette. John was a very caring man taking in people in need, noticeable in the many people that call him Dad and we all consider family. John was willing to give you the shirt off his back and truly had a heart of gold. He will be dearly missed and loved by many. We would like to thank the Doctors and Nurses who helped make is final days comfortable. Special thanks to Dr. Jeppeson, Nurse Jennifer and Matt.
John was preceded in death by Justin Schroeder (Son) Marion Schroeder (Father) Linda Marie Schroeder (Sister) Sharon Garner (Wife) and both sets of Grandparents.
Surviving members include Doris Schroeder (Mom) Roy Utah, Exie Schroeder (wife) Hooper Utah, Garrett and Chantil Schroeder (Son) Clearfield Utah, Jondra Schroeder (Daughter) Layton Utah, Amy Roundy (Daughter) Syracuse Utah, Reyna and Ian Stoker (Daughter), Rick and Trissy Banner (Daughter) N. Ogden Utah, Don and Sandy Child (Sister) Layton Utah, Greg Schroeder (Brother) Roy Utah, Steve and Robyn Schroeder (Brother) Hatboro Pennsylvania, Tom and Virginia Jones (Sister In-law) Layton Utah, Merrill Stevens (Brother In-Law) Ogden Utah. Numerous nieces and nephews. Grandchildren Brandon, Sophie, Ricky, Stockton, Mckenna, Anthony, Shelby, Payson, Jonika, William, Jasmine, Serenity, Christian. Extended family in Kansas and Nebraska.
Per the request of John there will be no viewing or services but a get together to celebrate and share memories of his life, Tuesday December 7th at the Circle Inn Pizzeria., From 1 pm to 5 pm. Located at 2253 N Main in Sunset Utah.
Thank you all for the good wishes and prayers, we will truly miss him. We are trying to celebrate his life. He lived 55 years surrounded by friends and family the entire time. His mind was sharp and his heart made of gold.
December 5, 2010, 12:48 am-
Here's to the last of the crew. Going to miss you wildman.
- Craig Nielson