Robert Eugene Schneider, known to friends as Bob passed away on Friday May 10, 2019 at the age of 77. After months of failing health, he died peacefully at Bethany in Silver Lake with his beloved wife Bette by his side.

Bob was born on April 30, 1942 in Colfax, WA, Attended Cheney High School 1960. Graduating from Kinman Business School with an AA Degree. Bob retired from Mckesson Drug Company after 30 years of service as a Corporate Accountant.

Many who knew him will remember him by his dry sense of humor. He loved hunting as a younger man in the Palouse Country and in his later years he spent much of his time fishing with friends and his grandson. He was also an avid pinochle player who played with neighbors at Fairway Estates and a dedicated group of friends for 40 years.

Mr. Schneider is survived by loving wife, Bette Schneider; Children, Jennifer (Steve Connors) Schneider, Janelle Schneider, Michael Anne (Doug) Ward. Bob will also be fondly remembered by his two grandchildren Dean and Taylor Ward, by his sisters Linda Cook, Betty (Verl) Schneider, Brother Larry Schneider and Nephew Larry Todd Schneider. He is preceded in death by parents, Robert and Mildred Schneider.

Memorial services will be held Thursday, May 30, 2019, 2:00PM at Advent Lutheran Church, 4306 132nd Street SE, Mill Creek, WA 98012.

5 Responses

  1. Pat and Carolyn Connors

    We now have your Loving Daughter in our hearts as our son marries her. You have given her the warm heart and cheerful ways to carry on. You will, always be with her and part of her. We Love the package she is and the lovely person you made. Thank you for being you for her.

  2. Dick and Kathy Shouse

    Dear Bette and family, We were so sorry to hear (read) about Bob; our prayers are with you as you
    grieve your loss. We rejoice with you, knowing he was a redeemed child of God, and is HOME now. We were so happy to have known him and your family at Prince of Peace. May you ever keep his love and the memories you hold dear close to your heart. Our love to you, in Christ, Kathy and Dick Shouse

  3. Judy Gollehon

    Hang in there Beje! Remember All the good times. He was a special guy!!!!

  4. Rhonda Gehlen

    Bob did indeed have a wonderful dry sense of humor. He was a wonderful person and cousin. I think he and Sharon are catching up and enjoying each other’s company. 💞 love you all. Blessings.

  5. Julie Olson

    So sorry to hear about Bob. I do remember his dry sense of humor and playing pinochle – Bette, the girls and other family members will have many wonderful memories. I’m sorry I can’t be at the memorial but will be thinking of you all.

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