Jerry Robert Schindler
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Jerry Robert Schindler

Jerry Robert Schindler, 80, died on June 20, 2020 in his home in Aberdeen in the presence of his wife Marianne, daughter Veronica, and faithful, protective, Gus the dog. Jerry was a man who loved life, loved the world and everything in it. Loved nature, hiking, camping and the birds. Never met a stranger. Loved by all who knew him. A kind and gracious sweet man. Always thinking of what he could do for others in the most thoughtful way possible. He loved his wife Marianne; children Bill Schindler, Veronica Schindler, Kathrynmary Bruce, Doug Schindler, Joe Schindler, Matthew Schindler, and Gus the dog with all his heart. And they loved him back.

There will be a viewing at McComb & Wagner Family Funeral Home and Crematory 718 W Railroad Ave, Shelton, WA 98584 on Thursday June 25th from 3:00 to 5:00 PM.

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Published in The Seattle Times from Jun. 23 to Jun. 25, 2020.
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June 24, 2020
Goodbye dear bro, I will miss your kind sweet heart, our visits and shared memories. I love you and forgive you for the time you were working on your car with dad, and that warm exhaust was coming out and I just wanted to get my cookie warm and soft again. When you saw this little girl holding her cookie at the tailpipe you took my cookie away! I probably cried, or could be that's how I earned the nick name stormy, but even back then you were protecting me. I will miss my care packages of cartoons and funny stories, our shared love of nature and birds, and I am grateful to have had you for a big brother. You leave behind a legacy of love, as you join with the angels and our family members.
Kathy DeNeui
June 24, 2020
Jerry, your gentle heart, inquisitive spirit, wonderful sense of humor, and insight that you shared with me and this world will be missed. As big brother, you were always a strength and support for your sister Kathy, whether you were kids or "older". For your presence in our lives I will always be grateful. With a mix of sadness and joyful celebration of you, I say goodbye for now, until God brings us together again.
Bob DeNeui
June 24, 2020
I will miss you, dear Bro! I will miss my care packages of funny political cartoons and memes, our shared love of birds, and stories of growing up. I am so grateful to have had those visits before you passed and known that you were in the loving hands of Marianne, Veronica, and sweet Gus. Your legacy of love remains, say hi for me to mom dad Dick and Jim as you join with the Angels. Hugs and love Kathy
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