Myrna Schroeder

Highland Park, Illinois

Dec 12, 1939 – Dec 27, 2012


December 12, 1939
December 27, 2012
Highland Park, Illinois


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Schroeder, Myrna B. (nee Schneider) Beloved wife of Rod Schroeder; dear mother of Eric (Ingrid) Schulman and Kevin Bartle; loving grandmother of Jake, Lexi and Dylan; sister of the late Earl (Enid). Former Chicago Public School teacher, actress who preformed at Shattered Globe, Victory Gardens...

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Rod... you may or may not remember me (Michael Riley).. I just found out about Myrna and I am so sorry. She was such a wonderful person and just a joy to be around. I remember when you, Myrna, Paul B and I went to Vegas for a vacation. I will never forget her. May god bless her ... you and your family.

Michael Riley

Rod, we will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
I still remember those disco lessons you and Myrna gave us. Seems like just yesterday.
Andy & Shelly Wild
Carmel, Indiana

Rod, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I did not know Myrna, but what I just read about her, she sounds like an unbelievable woman. wish that I had talked to you more about her and your family.

Dearest Rod, I was so saddened to hear about Myrna. And I am so sad for your loss and for Kevin and Eric's loss. I will always remember Myrna as a vibrant , beautiful, talented girl and woman - I am so sad that her body did not allow her to thrive and to heal. You were her angel, Rod. Linda Randall

We are so very sorry that Myra had to be so sick. I think of her always with energy and a smile. Our prayers are with you and your family. Fondly,

I did not pick-up your message until today Monday at about 10AM. I have told Phyllis. Myrna always seemed to have a smile on her face, and a determination to making every experience a positive one. She will be missed.


Did not receieve message until today Monday at about 10AM. I have told Phyllis. Myrna always seemed to have a smile on her face, and seemed determined to make every situation be a positive experience. She will be missed.

Rod. Please accept our condolences. We have fond memories of our times with you and Myrna while we were in Chicago. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

Dear Rod,
I was shocked to learn or Myrna's passing.I have such wonderful memories of laughing with her. She was the best of friends in such an important time in my life. I wish you and your family comfort in the memories you shared and the kindness and beauty and joy of life that was Myrna.She leaves a legacy of love.I am so very sorry.