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William R. Schroeder

21 mai 19311 avril 2021
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William Robert Schroeder, 89, of Toms River, NJ, passed on April 1, 2021, at his home surrounded by his loving family. Born in Newark, NJ, he lived for 55 years in Kearny, NJ before moving to Toms River. Bill worked for over 40 years, until his retirement from PSEG.

As a young boy, Bill was an alter server at St Rose of Lima Church. During his young adulthood, he played basketball and was a lightweight boxer. His love of sports continued throughout his life as he enjoyed watching March Madness, The Masters and the NFL monitoring his weekly football ticket picks. Bill worked hard to always provide for this family. He was a loving and devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Nothing brought him greater joy than spending time with his grandchildren, especially as young children. Upon becoming young adults, Bill loved joking with them and hearing all about their adventures.

He is welcomed to heaven by his loving wife Barbara, his sisters Margaret and Grace, and his parents Julia and William.

Bill is survived by his three children, Debra, William, and Cynthia, spouses Debbie and Steve, and his grandchildren Erik, Samantha, Zachary, Amanda, Evan, and Courtney. He will be sorely missed and always in our hearts.

Due to Covid-19 concerns the family is having a private viewing, funeral mass, and entombment. A memorial will be planned to properly celebrate Bill and Barbara’s lives hopefully later in 2021. In his memory, please consider a donation to T1 International (diabetes’s) at t1international.com/donate. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.quinn-hoppingfh.com.

Services

  • VISITATION

    mercredi, 7 avril , 2021

  • MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL

    mercredi, 7 avril , 2021

  • ENTOMBMENT

    mercredi, 7 avril , 2021

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Amanda Santiago

2 avril , 2021

As a Kid, whenever I would visit with my Grandparents, I would always ask Grandpa to play Disney Trivia Pursuit with me and he never turned me down. We probably played that game at least 20 times. I was always so amazed how he knew the answers to all of the old Disney movies that were made before I was born.

We loved sneaking into their snack cabinet in Kearny, but he would always catch us and jokingly yell "Get out of there!" and we thought it was the funniest.

We watched the Olympics one Summer and we were watching gymnastics and he jokingly told us that he used to be a gymnast and when I asked him to show me, he couldn't even bend past his waist to touch his toes.

I will miss him so much, but I'm so happy and thankful I was able to spend 29 years with him. I love you Grandpa!

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