Dear Schneider Family, I was sorry to hear of of your loss. Pastor Schneider was a big part of my life. He was such a kind man & cared about everyone . II'm sorry I didn't see this news until after the service, as I would have been there for the Richter family.
To the Schneider Family: If there was one man who had more influence in my life and upbringing besides my Dad it was Pastor Schneider. I always had a sense everyday he was looking behind my shoulder. He taught me to be kind and good to others. So sad to see him go. One brief historic story I was w/ him at Stephen F. Austin State park on the back of his station wagon watching a black and white tv when Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon. So many memories. He raised a fine family. Bless you all. As for now I assume he is chatting w/ his son Phil. They must have a lot of catching up to do. Kirk
Jeannie and Family: I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I pray God will give you much comfort in your time of grief and I know He will give you strength to help you through this time. With love, Jodie
Thinking of each of you during this time of loss and holding your family close in prayer. I will miss Pastor Jim and the wonderful passion he had for life; I believe all of us who knew him have a piece of that passion instilled in us. Love to you all.
My condolences to the Schneider's family at this most difficult time. May the GOD of all comfort provide you with whatever is needed so you can cope with your great loss. Also you can look forward to an end to all causes of death and the heartaches it brings.
Dear Jeannie and Family We are saddened at the loss of your Father and Grandfather and we extend our prayerful condolences during your time of loss. Wood Family.
Dear Jeannie and Family:
I am so sorry for the loss of your father. What an interesting and caring man. Please accept my sincere condolences.
Allen & I are so sorry for your family's loss of your Dad, he was a wonderful man. I can't believe it's been 40 years since he married us & he always called around Christmas to see how our family was doing. Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you. Love, Carol & Allen
My sincere condolences to Lydia and family at this end of Jim's journey in this world. I trust beyond reason that he embraces a greater journey beyond the limits of earthly existence. The great work he did in clinical pastoral education as well in the insurance made him a vital link to the lives of many, enhancing life's opportunities for countless others. He was a true servant. I will never forget his leadership in my pastoral education from June - August in 1970 during a hot Houston summer. 'Well done thou good and faithful servant.'
Lydia and family, Linda and I extend our sincere condolences and may God bless you during this difficult time. As you well know, Jim was a sterling gentleman and a true friend. Our hearts and prayers are with you all. In Christ, Roger
Jeannie and Family, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. Wish I had met him, as I was baptized and confirmed in the E&R Church in St. Louis, Mo, but became a Disciple after my move to Texas in 1967. I hope you and your family will be blessed with many happy memories of times spent with your father. May you find peace, strength and comfort in the days ahead.
Sorry for your loss, but know he is in a much better place. Love and prayers for you all, Kathy and Gerald Bratz
Jeannie, Craig and family, you are all in our prayers. In reading his obituary, he was a good man with a lot of talent and perseverance. I know you will miss him! May peace be with you and your family........ Beth and Jon Ylitalo
So glad I had the honor of meeting this gentleman! Your Irish friends are thinking of you, Jeannie, Craig, Amy & Alan and your extended family at this sad time. Love, thoughts & prayers From The Hamilton's (Paula, Hazel, Norman & Clarke) Bangor N. Ireland xx
Lydia, Patti, Jeannie and Mary, so very sorry for your loss. Jim was a good man and I enjoyed working with him at the Houston Agency. Just want you to know you are all in my prayers and thoughts.
Amy's wedding prayer a few years ago was the time I recognized his determined spirit. It was a sweet thing to remember him by.
I hope all the family have collected some of these moments
My memories of Jim are slightly skewed because, as a brother-in-law, my intro was late....after he and Lydia had grown children and grandchildren...i know he was proud of his kids...I'm not sure if he was as proud as he was of his cabin & tree farm...but I think the kids outranked. I have a memory of Jim meeting and driving us around in a front-entrance three-wheeled car which was a kick, if you didn't concentrate on his driving. I also tried to take him and Lydie to a "new" restaurant when they came for a visit...Jim would smile the whole time he ate...and he could eat. I also thought his smile was that of a river-boat gambler...stay on your toes. Bless him on this journey....
Edna & Phil Cappello