SCHREINER Lucille E.
of Waterford, June 17, 2015 at 88 years of age. Loving wife of the late Gilbert, Sr.; dearest mother of Gilbert (Mary) Schreiner, Karen (Paul) McLarty, Dale (Jennifer) Schreiner, and Lois (Gregg) Gooch; grandmother of Beth, Terri (Jim), Wendy, Charlene (Kirk), Randy, Nicole, Erin, Allison, Amber, Andrew, Dean, Elizabeth (Brett), Grant, and Carter; great grandmother of Lauren, Alexandra, Tristan, Sarah, Calvin, and Vivian; sister of Dorothy Snyder; preceded in death by sisters, Edna Paek, Evelyn Thibideau, Elsa Kornberger, and Alma Wooten; and brothers, Edwin, Elmer, and Arthur Stanke. Lucille was deputy probate registrar for 18 years for Oakland County. She was a long time member of Peace Lutheran Church in Waterford, where she taught Sunday school and sang in the choir. She enjoyed gardening and was an accomplished seamstress and pianist.
Sunday from 3:00-9:00 PM at COATS FUNERAL HOME – CLARKSTON.
Monday, June 22, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at Peace Lutheran Church, 7390 Elizabeth Lake Road, Waterford.
Faith, Bill, Billy, and Meg
I'm very sorry to hear about Aunt Lucille and will think fondly of the many fun visits we had with her and Uncle Gill. She was an amazing woman.
We won't be able to make it in for the funeral unfortunately.
my condolences to the family on the loss of "mom". she was a great member of our neighborhood and always enjoyed us "kids". we had a great place to grow up on Sylvan lake and in the winter, "schreiners Hill" was the best! occasionally she would invite us in to warm up and enjoy some hot chocolate.
On the morning that Gib and I went off to the Army, she was there to wish us well--at 5:00 a.m.!
She will always be remembered and loved.
Rich & Amy Snyder & family
So sorry to hear about Aunt Lucille. I'll always cherish my memories as a kid visiting the Schreiner household and the rest of my Stanke cousins. Aunt Lucille's smile and loving kindness will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Alex, Rene, Brianna & Collin - Adler
Sorry were unable to make the funeral due to other commitments. We will miss you Aunt Lucille. Remembering visiting the house on the lake, taking boat rides and visiting the family, will always be some of the most memorable moments in my life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.