Ronnie Eugene Schubert

June 18, 1950December 27, 2017

Mr. Ronnie Eugene Schubert, age 67 of Locust Grove, Georgia passed away December 27, 2017. He was born in Oliver Springs, Tennessee to the late Mack “Midnight” and Myrtle May Chandler Schubert. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Paula Stokes, a granddaughter, Carly Megesi and a sister, Maxine Schubert. He enjoyed watching NASCAR and drag racing, tinkering with his cars and loved spending time with is grandchildren. Survivors include his wife, Mary Schubert; daughters, Wende Schubert, Cindy (Jody) Gregg, Tracy (Bill) Megesi and Pamela Jones; several grandchildren and great grandchildren; brother, Steve (Jan) Schubert. A memorial service will be held at a later date with the family. Arrangements are under the direction of Haisten Funeral Home of McDonough,


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Jones Pamela

May 22, 2020

You have always been a amazing father to all of us. Everyone that had a chance to know you was blessed. I know it's been a couple of years since your passing but i really wanted everyone to know what a great pawpaw you are.You was my boys everything like you never missed anything on your boys, Even though i gave them birth it was almost you was a dad again and i cherish you so much for that. i wish you could see your boys mow Daddy thry are growing up so fast and my little one is you all over. i know you would be so proud of the young man they became and you're the reason my boys are who they are...we miss you so much and love you so much more. Thank you for everything Daddy we love you and thank you for being our hero and everything else. i was blessed to have you as a Daddy. We love and miss you Pamela and the boys

Tracy Mcdonald

August 15, 2018

Wilmington, North Carolina

January 12, 2018

With heartfelt sympathy to the Schubert family. Please allow your tender memories of your loved one to be a blanket over your heart. Please consider John 6:40 and John 17:3. May those words within bring you some consolation and a small measure of peace.

Shane Henson

December 29, 2017

You was a good freind never said a word out of anger and will be greatly missed .will meet again on the other side buddy see ya when i get there