Obituaries

John H. Schneckenburger

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Age 70, of Warsaw, passed away peacefully at home after a brief illness. He was predeceased by his parents, Irma Tavernier Schneckenburger and Clarence Schneckenburger.

John was a hard working, self employed carpenter. He was an avid hunter and fisherman who loved to spend time with his family and on The River. He enjoyed watching his granddaughters play sports and passing on his love of the outdoors.

John is survived by his loving wife of fifty years Susan; two children, Sandy (Phil) LaFreniere and Chad (Kim) Schneckenburger and granddaughters, Riley, Kenzie, Dani, Taylor and Addison; his brother, Jerry (Linda) Schneckenburger; his sister, Marcia (Wilbur) Gammon; many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Pursuant to John’s wishes there will be no services. Memorials may be made to the Warsaw Public Library, 130 N. Main St., Warsaw, NY 14569 or the Warsaw Rescue Squad, PO Box 22, Warsaw, NY 14569.

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May 23.20 from Neil Winch:

Chad, Sue and Sandy,
So sorry to hear of the passing of John.  He was a hard working guy, who was always ready for a good laugh.  Both Pam and I send our thoughts and prayers!

May 23.20 from Diane Jackson:

One of my all time favorites.  Going to miss him.  My love to Sue and family.

May 20.20 from Eugene Standish:

We are so sorry of the passing of John. Our thoughts are with you all.

May 19.20 from Kathy Browne:

So sorry to hear of John’s passing. My thoughts and prayers being sent to you.

May 19.20 from Candy Bezon :

I’m so sorry to hear this.  Sending strength to you all during this difficult time.  Rest in peace John.

May 18.20 from Mike and Ramona Coveny :

Dear Sue,
  Just to let you know I’m thinking of you at this time. I was hoping to get to Warsaw earlier this year but it has been virtually impossible. I love you guys and love that you always treated me as part of the family.
  Love and sympathy Mike and Ramona music56

May 18.20 from Kate Fuest:

Dear Sue, Sandy and Chad, my deepest sympathy of John’s passing.  Lots of hugs and prayers to all of the family🙏

May 18.20 from Heather Aldinger:

So sorry for your loss… The Schneckenburgers are all part of my family, love you all… thoughts and prayers❤

May 18.20 from Kathy Craigmile:

Sue, Sandy, Chad, Jerry, Marcia, and families.  A good friend and neighbor, my heart aches for your family and especially you, Sue.  Lots of beer and good times in the past.  Rest in peace my friend.

May 18.20 from Joseph L. Coveny:

My deepest sympathy to all of the Schneckenburger family… John was a great and funny guy. He will be missed!! My thoughts and prayers are with you.

May 18.20 from Nate Coogan:

Our sincerest condolences to the Schneckenburger family.

May 18.20 from Sam Moag Jr.:

Sue, Sandy & Chad: So sorry to hear the passing of John. May he rest in peace and know that you all are in my prayers during this difficult time.

May 17.20 from Frank Hollister:

May you rest in peace and that big buck always in your crosshairs

May 17.20 from Charley and Sue Crossley:

Dear Susan and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Johns passing.
He was a very loving person and glad we got to know him. Here are a few things to look forward to: Rev. 21:3,4.  Psalm 37: 10,11

May 16.20 from John Bloom:

RIP John. My sympathy to Sue and all your family.

May 16.20 from Sharon Antinore:

Oh Sue I am so sorry to hear of Johns passing. I remember when he and Chuck talked about the hip surgery. I lost Chuck in December, so I know what you are going through, its not easy. If you need to talk, call me.My #is 585/219/4639. Please give my sympathy to your family.

May 16.20 from Nancy Knothe :

Well John…..you supplied everyone with so many smiles and laughs over the years.  You’ve given the love f your life, Sue, thousands of memories plus children.  It doesn’t get any better than that!  My love to Sue and the family and to you John…now it’s time to rest….

May 16.20 from ELLIS DONEBURG:

John was a great guy who will missed by all of his family and friends.

May 16.20 from Michelle Milligan:

So sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Love,
Michelle

May 16.20 from RICH SHETLER:

  Sorry to hear of Johns passing Sue. Thanks for being my feiend, thanks for all the laughter, and teaching me sonsofbitches, i still use that to this day !! RIP Johnny ...

May 16.20 from Charley and Bonnie King:

Deepest sympathy to Sue, Sandy, Chad, Marcia, Jerry and family. Will always remember the great memories and being good friends from growing up on Brooklyn St. to playing golf to hunting together up until last year. Rest In Peace My Friend!

May 16.20 from Kathie (Arnold)Webster:

So sad to hear the news of Johns passing, he was such a sweet funny guy and Sue was the love of his life! RIP my friend.

May 16.20 from Randy Mattice:

Rest in peace Mr. Scheck. Alot of fond memories growing up with Chad and Sandy.

May 16.20 from ROBERT/KAREN FAULKNER:

Dear Sue and family,
We are in shock. So sorry to hear this! Condolences and God bless you all!
With love, Bob and Karen

May 16.20 from Lee Smith:

Saddened by the news of Schneckie’s passing.  Condolences to the family.  John was a one-of-a-kind and good memories of him in school. Rest in Peace Schneckie!!!

May 16.20 from Barb Upright :

Sue,Chad and Sandy - Im so sorry about John’s passing.  I have so many great memories of him - so many laughs and good times - he always had a joke to tell me and if he didn’t see me - he passed it on to me through Lenore. He will be missed for sure.

May 16.20 from Ann C. Bookmiller:

Sue and family sorry to hear about John’s passing. He was truly a great guy and we always had lots of laughs.RIP my friend.💘 Bookie.

May 16.20 from nicholas pasquarella:

  RIP my friend

May 16.20 from Susan Barteau:

Damn you John.
Did you have to go & leave us, you little shit?!
48 years isn’t long enough although Red might disagree 😉
Gary & you are lucky bastards to have the amazing wives that you do! Just sayin’
I’m so glad Gary brought you, Red, Sandy & Snooze home.
My memories are priceless but I’ll always want more. More observations, stories, jokes, good times.
I love you like no other John, Gary’s a close 2nd I suppose.
My heart is broken but I know you needed to go.
It sure has been a long strange trip dear friend.
Always ~
Your other Sue.

May 15.20 from Ellen Reilly Gadinis :

Goodbye to funny, irreverent Schneckie. So glad I got to laugh and chat with you and Susie at our 50th. Rest in peace, John. You’ll be missed.