Adelbert R. Schneider

SHALERSVILLE

Adelbert R. Schneider, 86 years of age, passed away Friday May 16, 2014 at Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna, Ohio.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio on November 3, 1927, he was the son of the late Otto C. and Edwina (Benike) Schneider. A resident of the Shalersville area the past 54 years, Mr. Schneider had been employed for 29 years as a machinist at White Motor Corporation in Cleveland, following which he held the same position at Aquatech for 8 years, retiring in 1999.He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. Mr. Schneider enjoyed working in his yard and wood crafting in his free time.

On September 29, 1956, he married Mildred (Knuff) Schneider who survives at their home. Also surviving are his children David (Melanie) Schneider of Chisago City, Minnesota, Janice (Robert) Harkcom of Mantua and Carol (Paul) Giulitto of Ravenna. Additional survivors are his loving grandchildren Tara, Tanya, Matthew, Gregory and Mallory, and great-grandchildren Cody, Evalynne and Olivia.

No calling hours. Graveside funeral services will be held Wednesday May 21, 2014, 2:00 p.m. at Riverside Cemetery in Shalersville Township, Ohio where full military honors will be provided by United States Army Honor Guard Team, assisted by members of Mantua American Legion Post No. 193. Arrangements are by the Green Family Funeral Home & Crematory Service in Mantua.

His obituary may be viewed at www.greenfamilyfuneralhome.com.

(Green Family Funeral Home & Crematory Service, 330-274-3145, RC 5-18, 5-19-14)

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  • Carol and family,

    Sorry for your loss. God will make you smile again. Just remember all the good times and love you shared with your father. He will remain in your hearts forever.

    Tim McMenamin

  • Carol and family,

    God will definetly show you the way to smile again.just remember all the good you shared with your father and all the love you shared with him throightout the years. he will live in your hearts forever. Sorry for your loss.

    Tim McMenamin