Jeanne Schild


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Posted Online: Jan. 19, 2013, 5:49 pm
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Jeanne E. Schild, 82, of East Moline, died Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, at her home.
There will be no service. Cremation rites were accorded. Sullivan-Ellis Mortuary, East Moline, is handling arrangements.
Jeanne was born Sept. 15, 1930, in Versailles, Mo., the daughter of Roy and Grace Yarnell Wendelton. She married Milton Schild in Excelsior Springs, Mo. Jeanne was a laundry supervisor for the East Moline State Hospital for 31 years.
Jeanne was an avid reader loved a good book and old Westerns.
She is survived by her sons, George (Joy) Schild, San Diego, Calif., and Terry (Pam) Schild, Fyre Lake, Ill.; grandchildren, Erica, Derrick, Kerra, Ohio, Tyler (Mckala), Camp LaJune, N.C., Seth (Stephanie) Schild, North Carolina, Scott, Beau, Coal Valley; great-grandchildren, Tannar, Silas, North Carolina, Connor, Logan and Liberty, Nebraska, Caleb, Caben, Ohio; sisters, Kay Woods and Fay (Ira) Williams, both of Excelsior Springs. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two brothers and a sister.
Condolences may be left for the family at www.sullivanellisltd.com.














 



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