I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
“JERRY; You were a great inspiration watching you come with LOU to the Senior Center and visiting with our table. GOD BLESS YOU-ED and CAROL SCHROEDER. She is in GODS wonderful hands now. AMEN, AMEN
“We knew Lou during the Control Data years. What a Classy Lady. Always a smile. God Bless all of you during this time. She is truly a Special Angel.
“Our sincere and heartfelt sympathies to you all. May you feel God's presence and peace.
- Debby and Jerry Nelson
“Michael and Mary Jo and family, We are so sorry for your sadness. Because we only met your Mother in the past recent years, our memories are of her mastering the fine art of smiling and nodding pleasantly. I would have liked to have known her when she could dance the night away. We know you will miss her greatly and we hold all of you close to our hearts in prayer.
“Aunt Lou. Bless her heart. I shall always remember her for her plain speaking ways and feistiness. What a spirit. As I mentioned to a few of the Schillings, she stood next to me in my parent's kitchen in Roseville and showed me how to measure a teaspoon of vanilla as I embarked on my first baking experience. Mom smiled. Rest in peace, Aunt Lou. And Uncle Jerry, as Michelle indicated, you are a fine model of an enduring love and selflessness as you cared so tenderly for our Aunt. I wish you...
“I will miss her smiling face and all the little things you both did like the personal Christmas cards etc.
I can truly say I was blessed to have met Lou and greatly enjoyed our times at the Blaine Safety Camp!! I looked forward to the camp knowingyou two were there!!! She will be missed! Liz Chevalier (FPD)
“Allow me to extend my deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. Losing a parent is one of the biggest losses that can be suffered by anyone. May you find God's presence with you as you journey through the time of grief.
Your Friend in Christ, Connie
Schilling, Lucille (Lou) age 90, born in St. Cloud, Minn., raised in St. Cloud and St. Paul. Preceded in death by parents, Peter and Mary Warner; brothers, Wilfred, Harold and Bernard; daughter, Jeanne Garman; grandson, Aaron Schilling; granddaughter, Sara Loftus. Survived by husband of 58 years,...Read More