OBITUARY

Mary Anne Schreiter

April 20, 1959February 7, 2021

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Mary Anne Schreiter (1959-2021), predeceased by her parents Anne and Willard Schreiter. Survived by her loving brothers and sister, nieces and nephews: Willard and Evelyn Schreiter (John (Beverly); Erin (Scott) and children Cooper and Taylor; Keri; Mark (Julie); John (Krista); Susan (Victor); and Chris); Marty Schreiter (Ryan and Sean); Karen Schreiter (Chelsea McCormack; Kyle McCormack and children Ella, Oakley and Cooper); Paul and Eva Schreiter (Michael Gilson (Raquel) and daughter Grace; Courtney Booker (Brad) and children Ben and Jill); Jeffrey and Sue-Ellen Schreiter (Cullen, Fiona and Allison); David Schreiter and Sheila Laventure (Michaela (Josh); Liam; Kade (Julia); and Avery); Jamie and Linda Schreiter (Luke; Angela (Khalid) and daughter Zariyah).

Mary Anne was brilliant as well as kind, funny and thoughtful. She excelled in the academic environment, having received her Bachelor (Honours) degree from the University of Toronto, a specialized degree in Physiotherapy and Health Management at Western University and her Master’s in Business Administration at McGill University.

A private family Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Donations may be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Region or to St. Aloysius Church, Kitchener. To leave an online message of condolence, please visit www.westmountfuneralchapel.com. Always loved and remembered. Forever in our hearts.

A special Thank you to Grand River Hospital and Freeport Hospital Staff for their Kindness and Professional Care of Mary Anne.

The Schreiter Family

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Patricia Poser

February 23, 2021

Mary Anne lived above me on Irvin Street for a time a few years ago. We got to know each other a little and would have a conversation once in a while. When I moved , we lost touch.I was sad to hear of her passing. Such a kind, special person. Please accept my sincere condolences.
Sincerely, Patricia Poser

Michelle Haase

February 20, 2021

Such a shock to hear of Mary Annes passing. We played basketball together in high school and then worked at GRH together. She was such a lovely person and will be greatly missed by all that knew her. Our condolences to the Shreiter family. Hugs to you all at this very difficult time. Sincerely Michelle and Brad Haase

Carol Fey

February 19, 2021

My brother, Peter and I met the Schreiter family 53 years ago when we moved to Rockway Drive and it was an instant friendship with lots of good times and many great memories. Even though I wasn't super close to Mary Anne I remember her as being a warm, kind and gentle soul with a beautiful smile. Wishing her peace and the same to all of the Schreiter family. Love from Carol Fey

Sue Archibald

February 15, 2021

To Jeffery, Jamie, Paul, David and the rest of the Schreiter clan and families;
It was so heartbreaking to hear about Mary Anne's passing. My deepest and heartfelt condolences.
The memory that has stayed with me forever...surprising how much I've thought about it over the years...was coming across Mary Anne and David canoeing by blueberry island. It was one of those quiet still lake mornings, the water like glass. A perfect morning. They were so healthy and glowing and fresh in the blush of youth, floating around in that canoe. It struck me how beautifully Canadian they looked. I told them that, and Mary Anne with pink cheeks a big huge smile, laughed and thanked me! She was very sweet.
I'm so very sorry for your loss and am thinking of you all.

Cathy Newton (Pinder)

February 15, 2021

Heartfelt sympathy to Mary Anne's family at this time of tremendous loss. Mary Anne was a lovely, warm, kind, funny, clever and generous spirit. She always had time to listen and was so quick with a smile. As part of our high school "gang" I have only the best and happiest memories of time spent together. She will be forever remembered and loved.

Tracy (Cornelius) MacKinnon

February 14, 2021

My heartfelt condolences to The Schreiter Family.
Mary Anne & I have known each other since kindergarten. Many great memories-under 13 sleepovers, in the den with stereo blasting-1st time I ever heard Black Sabbath! and Mrs. Schreiter's awesome breakfasts the next morning.
At ECI we had lots of laughs in & out of class, on the basketball court, and our secret journeys-sneaking out on 2nd period spare. We took off in Cheri's car every day, but eventually got caught by Mr. Heibein-Oh another first-we had detentions.
Many years passed that we didn't see each other, both of us pursuing careers in different locations. Then out of the blue, I'm in an elevator at GRH-it stops & in hops.... Mary Anne. We screamed, hugged, cried. My Dad was with me & he said it was like time stood still just for us. Being able to see that smile of yours again after so long was wonderful.
To my Tea Buddy(Shirley), rest in peace my dear friend.
From your Little Redhead (Laverne).

Tracy (Cornelius) MacKinnon

Susan Chilton

February 14, 2021

As the Schreiter clan would all remember, Mary Anne and I were very close childhood friends. I hold many warm memories in my heart of her and of all of you. I am so deeply sorry for your loss, my dear friends from across the road.

Sharon and Phil Hartigan

February 13, 2021

Our deepest condolences to the Schreiter family on Mary Anne's passing.

Sharon and Phil

Sharon and Phil Hartigan

February 13, 2021

Our deepest condolences to the Schreiter family on Mary Anne's passing.

Sharon and Phil

Vicki Hewitt/Murdoch

February 13, 2021

We have so many wonderful memories growing up together every summer. So many laughs and good times.
I'll never forget Mary Anne's smile and laughter.
Sending prayers, love and hugs to your family.

FROM THE FAMILY