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Eleanor "Jean" J. Schneck

Eleanor "Jean" J. Schneck
February 21, 1944 -  February 1, 2018

Eleanor Jean Schneck age 73, of Fremont
Died Thursday February 1, 2018 at Methodist Hospital in Omaha

Jean was born February 21, 1944 in Adams, Nebraska to Harvey and Ethel Parde. She was raised in Beatrice and graduated from Beatrice High School in 1962. She married Robert Schneck on August 19, 1962 and together they raised four children.

Jean was dedicated to the quiet service and comfort of others. A Beloved wife, mother and grandmother. As the wife of a pastor, she served alongside him in various churches, working with youth. Jean was a two-time cancer survivor, which led her to introduce the ‘Look Good Feel Better’ program, a part of the American Cancer Society, to Fremont. She volunteered at Care Corps Homeless Shelter, Midland University Arboretum, and the Lutheran Family Services Respite program, as well as with many church women’s Circles through the years. She enjoyed children so much that she also volunteered at St. Paul’s School Library, Peace Lutheran VBS and Good Friday Camp. She was a member of Spinners Web and enjoyed spinning and weaving as well as sewing. She was part of First Lutheran’s quilting group. She worked at the Presbyterian Church in Beatrice, Dodge County Memorial Hospital (now Fremont Health), Midland University, and JC Penneys in Fremont. She looked forward to friends and family stopping by for cookies, coffee and tea.

In December of 2003 Bob and Jean joined St. Paul’s Lutheran Church north of Arlington.

Survived by
Husband – Robert of Fremont
Children – Mark and wife Diane Schneck of Hooper
Jim Schneck of Denver, CO.
Kathy and husband Dave Kirby of Fremont
5 Grandchildren
Brother – Les and wife Rosie Parde of Fremont
Sisters-in-law – Esther Schneck of Wappingers Falls, NY.
Wendy Schneck of Kingston, NY

Jean was preceded by a son Paul Robert in 1975.

The funeral will be 10:00am Tuesday at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church north of Arlington. Burial will follow in the St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery. Visitation will be Monday from 3pm to 8pm with the family present from 6pm to 8pm at the Ludvigsen Mortuary Chapel in Fremont. Memorials to St. Paul’s Lutheran School Library and to the Jean Schneck Honorary Community Service Fund (C/O Fremont Community Foundation).

Online guestbook at www.Ludvigsenmortuary.com