OBITUARY

Beryl Irene Schumacher

September 4, 1920April 27, 2021

Beryl Irene Schumacher died April 27, 2021. She was born September 4, 1920 in Salina, Kansas, to Dora and Dewey Daily. She graduated from Salina schools and business college.

In 1940, she went to work at International Harvester Company. She married Elmer H. “Schu” Schumacher of Victoria, Kansas, January 17, 1948. He was also an employee of IHC. They were transferred to El Paso, Texas, where she worked as a legal secretary. In 1957, they were transferred to Lubbock, Texas. He died July 23, 2000. She moved to Carillon in 2001 where she lived until her death.

She was a charter member of Christ the King Cathedral where she served in many ministries. She was active in golf, china painting and bridge clubs, various other volunteer programs and activities at Carillon. She was the oldest of five children and is survived by two sisters, Shirley and Barbara, and many nieces, nephews, and their offspring.

Visitation will be held from 5-6 PM, followed by a Rosary service at 6 PM, Monday, May 10, 2021 at Resthaven’s Abbey Chapel in Lubbock, TX, with Deacon Randy Canale officiating. Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated at Christ the King Cathedral Catholic Church in Lubbock, TX, May 11, 2021 at 10:30 AM. with Rev. Monsignor Ben Kasteel officiating. Private interment will be held at Resthaven Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to a favorite charity, to Christ the King Cathedral Legacy Fund, 4011 54th St., 79413, or Carillon Foundation Benevolent Fund, 1717 Norfolk Ave., 79416.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mark Piercy , Pallbearer
  • Scott Piercy , Pallbearer
  • John Zwaicher , Pallbearer
  • Mike Canale , Pallbearer
  • Steve Krier , Pallbearer
  • Arlie Markusen , Pallbearer
  • Alfred Moreno Jr., Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, May 10, 2021

  • Rosary Service

    Monday, May 10, 2021

  • Mass of Resurrection

    Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Memories

Beryl Irene Schumacher

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Jan Daily Everhart

May 8, 2021

I’m Aunt Beryl’s 2nd oldest niece; my dad, Blaine was her oldest brother who passed away in 2014 at the age of 91. Beryl had many talents (China painting, golfing and unwavering dedication to her church), but to all of us, she was the matriarch of our family and we were more like her own kids. When I had a difficult decision to make, she always gave me straight forward advice; she never held back.

She and my dad were probably the closest siblings so I got to see her every time she’d come back to KS. We had planned to attend her 100th birthday party but because of Covid, plans had to adapt, so we did a 2hr zoom call with her nieces and oldest sister, Shirley. Just like all families, we all talked over each other and had the best time visiting with each other. Aunt Beryl was bombarded by all our questions about our grandparents and all the previous history of our family. Her mind was sharp and she remembered every detail. This was such a special time for all of us. We will miss her and never forget her. Aunt Beryl, you lived a long wonderful life and were loved by all of us. Thank you for being our Aunt.

She was preceded in death by her two brothers, Blaine Daily of Salina KS and Harold Daily of Ellis KS. She is survived by 13 nieces and 3 nephews on her Daily side.

Dora (gruber) Schroeder

May 1, 2021

She painted china baby shoes with birth facts for my two sons and my two granddaughters, the last one done when she was 99....always had a story and very faithful.

KATHRYN CDEBACA

April 28, 2021

Sending my sincere sympathy to Beryl's family. She was a real inspiration to all that knew her. She was definitely a pillar in our parish at Christ the King Cathedral.
May she Rest in Peace,
Kathryn CdeBaca

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