My sympathy to Dr. Schaller's family. I was out of state in March or would have
attended his memorial service. I have nothing but respect and fond memories of Dr. Schaller and his wife, Jeannie, and all of his wonderful children in the years I spent babysitting for all of you. May you feel a sense of peace knowing your Mom, Dad and Cindy are finally together in heaven. Bless you all, I think of you often. Barb Exner Gile.
It was my great pleasure to have lunch with Jack when I was back to visit First Congregational Church in Wisconsin Rapids last summer. What a joy to have such a great visit as a memory. May God be with you. Jack, Jean, and Cindy are reunited in a place filled with love, peace and joy. Rev. Doris Ruben (Associate Pastor 1988-1993)
Dr. Schaller helped my parents adopt me. He was my dr. from the time my parents got me at 6 wks until he retired. He was a very kind and thoughtful man! My deepest sympathy!
Dr Scahller was such a wonderful man and a dedicated physician. As a child I was fortunate to have him care for me. As adult, I had the priviledge to work with him. He will be deeply missed.
Dr Schaller was my doctor as a teenager and young adult. Also had to take my son in to see him while home on vacation. He was the most considerate, and caring doctor I ever had, and I have had many. God bless him. Pat Lassa Puckett......
my condolences to the family of dr schaller. he told me that my twins were the first set of twins he had delivered here. wish i could come to the funeral but i am laid up after surgery. so sorry.i will always remember you . R.I.P.
Our condolences to the family of Dr. Schaller. Through Rotary, I had the pleasure of getting to know Dr. Schaller and was appreciative of his efforts to always go out of his way to ask how things were going in my fledgling practice. One could always tell he was a wonderful physician and person by the way he could connect on a sincere level with everyone. Our medical community mourns the loss of one of our pillars.
We are born for a higher destiny than that of earth. There is a realm where the rainbow never fades. A place where the stars in the heavens will be spread out before us like islands that slumber on the ocean and where the beings that now pass before us like shadows will remain in our presence forever. God bless you Jack, we will always remember you.
P.S. yes, the time I had 4 10's and you had a 9 high straight flush in spades will also be a memory Jack. Rest in peace.
What a great doctor he was, best in the world! Thanks Dr. Schaller, you were there for me and my family starting in the 50's.
Dr Schaller was one of the kindest people I have ever known. He and Jean were special caring people who were always there to answer a worried young mother's phone call.
He was a wonderful Dr who you could always talk to, and he treated you like a friend.
He will always be remembered with fondness.
My deepest sympathy to the family. Kathy Bornbach
A man, a doctor who would give you the shirt off of his back, viewed the world through rose-colored glasses and who allowed me to play my fastest 9 holes of golf. It took 45 minutes to play Bull's Eye and occurred between the end of clinic hours and the start of the medical staff meeting. Thanks Jack for the memories and for helping the new doctor in town.
Our sympathy to the family of Dr. Schaller. He was a wonderful Doctor and we are so fortunate he chose Wisconsin Rapids as his home.
Roger and Shirley LaBarge
Helped my twin brother and I survive growing up together!
Our family kept Dr Schaller very busy, as he not only delivered our three boys, but also seven siblings of mine. When our first one was born he turned to me and said he remembered delivering me as I was the first of my family he delivered. A girl after three boys in a row! For all the calls he took from mom and prescriptions he filled over the phone to help us out we are ever thankful. All eleven of us. God Bless you Doctor. To the family as well, our sincere sympathy .
Sorry for the loss of your father. I'll always remember him as a great family doctor and my Grandparents best neighbor.
Sincere sympathy to all of Dr. Schaller's family. Dr. Schaller delivered my first two children in 1980 and 1982. He was so caring and supportive of a young, first time mother and took such excellent care of me and my little ones. He will be remembered always. May God comfort you at this time.
My sympathy to Dr. Schaller's family. He
was a wonderful, caring doctor. He delivered my daughter in 1961. I am
fortunate to have reconnected with him
at the YMCA last summer.. Linda Stoner
Bill, Wendy and Ted,
Not only did your dad bring me into this world 57 years ago but he was also here afterward through the years to cure my various illnesses and on numerous occasions put my broken body back together.
I lived in the best neighborhood a kid could ever grow up in. A big reason for that was that the Schaller family lived just 3 houses away. Your home was a welcome meeting place for us kids. From there some game was always being played (or invented and then played). No kid, young or old, was ever left out. Your parents were so easy to talk to. Not only did your dad let us "help out" with various construction projects around your house but he also backed us up on our own crazy ideas and schemes. Best of all were the trips to the lot, the farm, a ride on the boat or in the plane. It was all good! So many great memories. Your dad will be missed.
Thank you for delivering me and my brothers and sisters.
My sincere sympathy to the family of the best doctor Wis. Rapids ever had. Dr. Schaller took excellent care of me and I took care of his children. He and his wife, Jean, were two of my favorite people in the whole world. What great parents you had Bill, Wendy and Tom. Together again they are and in good health. Barb Exner Gile
Dr. Schaller delivered me (10 lbs 7 oz. - Mom never let me forget that!)as well as my 4 siblings. Our mother was one of his first patients when he took up practice in WR. We will be forever grateful for his dedication to the WR community.
Dr. Schaller was my doctor for many years and my mother, Doris Maxwell, was his Medical Assistant from 1969 until she retired. He will be missed.
Dr. Schaller was "my doctor" he was always caring compassionate and respectful. My loyalty and trust
were well placed, he was a joyful blessing. I am sorry
for his loss.
To our friend and fellow woodsman, may you rest knowing you did good on this earth. Tom and Donna Bohn
Thank you Dr. Schaller for delivering me on November 16th, 1976. I owe my life to you and my mother. Rest in peace my friend, you've earned it.
Dr Schaller delivered me on March 19th, 1972. Thank you Dr Schaller for welcoming me into the world with your capable hands. I've worked at the Doctors Clinic for nearly 18 years...thanks for that too! Rest in Peace Doctor.
I'm sad to see Doc leave us. He was such a positive force to me as his patient. I have never met a more caring Doctor or individual. Sending prayers of strength & love to all of his loved ones....
Thanks for safely delivering this 9 lb., 5 oz. breech baby 41 years ago. You were a wonderful doctor. Rest in peace.
Dr. Schaller and his wife were wonderful people. He delivered me on April 18th 1957. Thank you Dr. Schaller for bringing me into the world safely. I will be 57 and a grandma in June. My sympathies go out to the whole family. Jean and John have now reunited! God bless, Julie Arendt