Barbara Jean SCHMIDT
Beloved Wife, Mother, Sister Aunt and Friend Courageously battled cancer and passed away at 1:11 AM on 1/11/2021. Preceded in death by parents Ray & Mary Urban. Survived by husband of 34 years, Kevin; children Laura & Tom; watchdogs Ladybug & Juniper; siblings Mary (George) Smith & David (Katie) Urban; honorary sister Cathy (Les) Stein; nieces, nephews, extended family & friends. Active member at St. Pius X Church with the CCW, choir, Lectio and the Appalachia Project. Barb was a very creative artist, she also was a longtime employee with the Red Cross and retired from St. Joseph's Hospital. Memorial Mass Saturday, January 16th at 11:00 am (doors open at 10:30 am) at ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC CHURCH, 3878 Highland Avenue, White Bear Lake. Visitation Friday, January 15th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at MUELLER MEMORIAL, 4738 Bald Eagle Avenue, White Bear Lake. Memorial preferred to The Listening House, St. Paul.




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Published by Pioneer Press from Jan. 13 to Jan. 14, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Jan
15
Visitation
4:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
Mueller Memorial - White Bear Lake
4738 Bald Eagle Avenue, White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Jan
16
Memorial Mass
11:00a.m.
ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC CHURCH
3878 Highland Avenue, White Bear Lake, Minnesota
Funeral services provided by:
Mueller Memorial - White Bear Lake
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Kevin, Laura , Tom and family, I was saddened when I received the news that your beloved Barb had passed away. She was a true servant of the Lord. Everything she did was done with a strong belief that she was not only doing good for others, but serving God's purpose for her, on this earth. Even while she was battling her cancer, she never quit giving of herself. It was never about Barb. Even though I didn't know her near as well as others, I'm glad I had to chance to work with her on various projects and volunteer opportunities at St. Pius. We did one of those "marathons" together, along with many other folks, to support the Food shelf. I wonder if they have White Castles in heaven? I will truly miss her. I'm just sorry I couldn't attend her service today. Due to a Covid exposure, I'm in quarantine until next week. I was happy that I could view the service today, and share the mass with you folks. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
John Wazlawik
January 16, 2021
St Joseph Hospital Histology
January 16, 2021
Please accept our condolences. Many memories of growing across the street from Urban´s The Maloney family
Mary Maloney Hillmann
January 15, 2021
I was so saddened to hear of B´s passing. She and I shared many laughs and adventures when I lived in Minnesota. My condolences to Kevin and the family.
Linda Miller. (Linny)
January 15, 2021
Jim Anda
January 15, 2021
I'm sorry for your loss. I looked forward to my annual invite, the smiles, laughs and friendly faces. Barb will be missed by so many, thinking of you and your family.
Tracy Mlynarczyk
Acquaintance
January 14, 2021
My deepest condolances to Kevin, Laura and Tom. Barb was a shining star in all our lives and will be missed. Hold on to all the special memories you had with her. We were all blessed to have this special person in our lives.
Lynne Rodriguez
January 13, 2021
Mary, Bridget and Megan
January 13, 2021
Kevin and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. May God be with you and comfort you.
Joan Isakson
January 13, 2021
Please know that Barb is much loved by many. Take care of yourselves, and know you have many Friends, who are willing and able to be there for you.
Therese McKenzie
January 13, 2021
Dear Kevin and Family, I was so Blessed to be in Choir with Barb. She made me feel at home right away. She had the most kindest Soul and open heart. She was always very encouraging to me and VERY supportive too. I will DEARLY miss her, but know, that Heaven has a new Alto raising her voice forGod´s Glory. Blessings and Hugs to you all.
Therese McKenzie
January 13, 2021