Obituary of Lillian A. Schreiner
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Lillian “Momma” A. Schreiner (nee: Wittmeyer), age 98, of Eden, New York died Monday, December 7, 2020. Lillian was born on October 29, 1922 in Eden to the late William and Magdalena (Kern) Wittmeyer. Beloved wife of the late Harold E. Schreiner. Lillian is survived by her children Linda (William) DeBuhr, Sharon (Robert) Reed, Ronald (Gloria) Schreiner, William (Karen) Schreiner, Thomas (Brenda) Schreiner, and Lori (Curtis) Neureuter. She was the sister of the late Marie (Howard) Kirst, Geraldine (Ray) Kirst,Dolores (Robert) Kirst and her late twin brother; William C. Wittmeyer. Sister in law to the late Philip (Matilda) Schreiner, Charles (Marge) Schreiner and Lloyd Schreiner. Also survived by sister in law Marguerite Schreiner. Lillian was grandmother to 24 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Many nieces and nephews also survive. Lillian was a life member of the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Martin’s now known as Epiphany of Our Lord Parish in Langford. Lillian loved to spend time with her family and to be with her grandchildren. She enjoyed traveling and playing cards. She was the coordinator for the Eden Senior Citizens travels for many years. No Prior visitation. A Mass will be held at 10AM on Thursday in Epiphany of Our Lord Church, 10893 Sisson Hwy, Langford. (Face Masks are Required) Flowers gratefully declined. Words of sympathy on www.LaingFuneralHome.com ****LIVE STREAM FUNERAL MASS ON THE FACEBOOK PAGE OF EPIPHANY OF OUR LORD RC CHURCH PARISH COMMUNITY. IT WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE TO BE VIEWED AT A LATER TIME AS WELL*****
Thursday, December 10, 2020
Epiphany Of Our Lord Church
10893 Sisson Hwy
Langford, New York, United States
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