June Marie Schoech
June Marie Schoech was born on February 12, 1957 in West Palm Beach, Florida to Mary Lou Horton and Luke Jackson Horton. Marie, as she preferred to be called, was claimed as a child of God through water and the Word at her baptism. On January 4, 2020, Marie passed from this life into the beauty and wonder of heaven where she was welcomed by friends and family which have passed on before her.
On March 12, 1973, she married James Richard Schoech. They shared their sorrows and joys through 46 years of marriage. In 1996 they moved from the West Palm Beach area to Round Rock, Texas.
Her children and grandchildren were a source of great joy and blessing to her. She enjoyed fishing and boating.
Marie is survived by her sister, Diane Davis of Lake Worth, Florida; her brother, Edwin Horton of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida; her husband, James Schoech; her children, Samantha Boykin, Daniel Schoech and Ian Schoech of Round Rock, Texas; and her grandchildren, Trinity Boykin, Cierra Boykin, Dylan Schoech and Ethan Schoech. She is also survived by her deeply loved sister-in-law, Sue Horton of St Fancisville, Louisiana.
A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at King of Kings Lutheran Church, 17000 Smyers Lane, Round Rock, Texas 78681.
The family request that any memorial donations may be made to any of the following: King of Kings Lutheran Church, 17000 Smyers Lane, Round Rock, Texas 78681 or American Cancer Society or Hospice Austin, https://www.hospiceaustin.org/donation-form
- Memorial Service Saturday, January 18, 2020
June Marie Schoech
January 11, 2020
James, I was shocked and saddened to hear of Marie's passing. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. I will always remember when you and I first met Marie and her friends at the movie theater. Those were the days. I hope the best for you and yours. Take Care. Steve
January 7, 2020
You were always there for me and I will always think of you as a soul sister. You are dearly missed and I am a bit lost without you my dear friend. I know that you are at peace and no more pain and Floyd was probably waiting for you at the rainbow bridge. I love you dearly my friend and we will meet again ❤️ Tammy