OBITUARY

Geraldine (Gerry) Schuff

December 19, 1953March 12, 2019
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Geraldine (Gerry) Schuff was born on December 19, 1953 in Fort Eustis, Virginia and passed away on March 12, 2019 in Houston, Texas.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jason Lucas, Active Pallbearer
  • Cory Lucas, Active Pallbearer
  • Rickey Schuff, Active Pallbearer
  • Andrew Fox, Active Pallbearer
  • Chris Jones, Active Pallbearer
  • William Pylate, Active Pallbearer

Services

18 March

Fellowship

10:00 am

First United Methodist

1062 Fairmont Parkway
Pasadena, Texas 77504

18 March

Celebration of Life

11:00 am

First United Methodist

1062 Fairmont Parkway
Pasadena, Texas 77504

18 March

Laid to Rest

12:00 pm

Grand View Memorial Park

8501 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, Texas 77505

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Family Will Receive Friends Sunday, March 17, 2019
REMEMBERING

Geraldine (Gerry) Schuff

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Danielle O'Neal

March 17, 2019

Some of my greatest childhood memories have something to do with Ms. Gerry or Mom (as she preferred to be called). I grew up in the neighborhood down the street and my sister and I soon became the best of friends with her daughter Denita. Ms. Gerry always treated me like family, if I was bad, she let me have it and said I have to be better person. Ms. Gerry was such a loving person and always cheerful, I honestly can't remember a time I didn't see her smiling. Oh, and her laugh was just so funny, I loved her laugh. I'm so grateful that she was in my life during my childhood to help mold me into the person I am today.

Cheyenne Fox

March 17, 2019

One of my best memories with Ganny was when I saw her in the hospital room; that was where we had our best conversations. There’s two that I clearly remember. The first one was when we decided to talk about guys, and she asked if I wanted to kiss anyone, and I said no. She then stated, “If you don’t want to kiss him, he’s not the right guy yet” as a joke. The other one was when my brother was stimming in the room with us, and she told him, “Smell the flowers, blow out the candles.” She then started talking about how that was a treatment for her to breathe again. Now, I say that a lot. I love you Ganny 💕

Jimmy Dunne

March 16, 2019

Growing up on Marleen St from 1990-1999, Gerry was the “block mother” to all of us kids. All the kids gathered at her house during the summer and after school everyday. Gerry was one of sweetest, and most genuine you could ever meet. When I joined the Navy in 1999, she gave me a big hug and told me “you were a brat as a kid, but you will grow up to do amazing things.” I love you Gerry and you will be missed. You are in a better place with no more suffering. You and Aaron are sitting on the front porch talking about those days that have passed and looking over Rick, and all the kids and me and my brother who you treated as your own. Bless you Gerry and I love you.

Annie Leal

March 15, 2019

Mom, I will always remember you as a person with a great sense of humor, sweet and loving.
I remember when you used to call my friend Brittany and I "Doom and Gloom." I will miss you, mom. May you be in God's loving arms. And to the family: you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Margaret Eggleston

March 15, 2019

The best memory I have that will always stay in my heart is when I called Gerri and told her I joined the military. She laughed for almost 10 minutes. She said, " You will never be able to survive without me around" What were you thinking". When she finally stopped laughing, we both cried and she told me I was the bravest person she knew. She told me that if doing this crazy thing would be what I needed to find myself, she would always support that decision. I had to give temporary custody of my children to their father and when it came to children, Gerri was always adamant that they were the priority. So when she supported me in my endeavor, she gave me the strength to do what I had to do. She ask me to send her a picture and I did and one thing about the entire time I spent in the Military, she always kept in touch with me. My heart will never stop loving her for who she was and what she meant to me. I am sending the picture that I sent to her and I have the letter to read over and over that she replied to me. She was my friend, my sister, but mostly she was Just Gerri and that was the best of all. Rest in peace my friend, I will miss you, Love Margaret Elaine Stover

Shelly Rice

March 14, 2019

I met Gerry and Rick at First United Methodist Church in Sunday School. Gerry was one of my most favorite people there. I am very sad to hear about her passing. May God comfort Rick and their entire family during this time.

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