Jayne Winifred Schroeder
February 16, 1930-October 7, 2021
Jayne Winifred Schroeder, 91, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 7 2021, at Davenport Good Samaritan Home. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, October 16, 2021 at 10:30am at Weerts Funeral Home; visitation will be from 9am until time of service. Following the service burial will be at Davenport Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials in Jayne's name may be made to St. Paul Lutheran Church or to the Good Samaritan Society.
Jayne was born February 16, 1930 in St. Louis, Missouri to George Washington Egermayer and Helen Winifred (Jeude) Egermayer. She moved from St. Louis, MO to Rock Island, IL and graduated from Rock Island High School around 1947. She met her husband, Warren "Whitey" Julius Schroeder at the Prom roller rink and they were married on April 9, 1949 at First Presbyterian Church. Warren was the love of her life and they had two children, David Warren Schroeder and Paul Brian Schroeder, residing in Davenport, IA. Warren preceded her death on December 4, 1980.
Jayne worked at the Rock Island Arsenal and retired in 1990. Jayne was in regular attendance at St. Paul Lutheran Church. She was an avid Cubs fan and enjoyed discussing the games with her family. She enjoyed playing euchre with her circle of card buddies for many years. She took great care in dressing fashionably no matter what the occasion. Jayne was a proud grandmother to her grandchildren and great grandchildren, speaking of them to anyone she met over the years.
She is survived by her children, David (Cheryl) Schroeder of Davenport IA, and Paul Schroeder of Pensacola, FL; grandchildren, Lindsay Schettler (Matthew), Madelyn Argo (Tommy), Brian Schroeder, and Andy Schroeder; great grandchildren, Brooks Argo, Laif Schettler, Bannon Schroeder, Theo Argo, and Louis Argo. She is preceded in death by her husband, Warren; sister, Helen Egermayer; and parents, George and Helen; daughter-in-law, Deborah (Hill) Schroeder.
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