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In Memory of Cheryl Schneider

Visitation

9:00 am - 11:00 am
Saturday December 11, 2021
Bethel Lutheran Church - Downtown Campus
920 Third Street
Hudson Wisconsin, 54016

Memorial Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Saturday December 11, 2021
Bethel Lutheran Church - Downtown Campus
920 Third Street
Hudson Wisconsin, 54016

Cheryl Ann Schneider, age 65, resident of Hudson, WI, passed away December 3, 2021. 

 

Cheryl was born on February 24, 1956 in Baldwin, WI to parents Clifford and Lila (Aamodt) Schneider.  Her childhood years were spent with her 5 other siblings, playing on their family’s dairy farm.   She attended Baldwin-Woodville Schools and graduated in 1974.

 

After graduation, Cheryl began working for 3M.  While working full time, she attended night classes at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, graduating with her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Marketing.  She held many positions as she advanced her career at 3M, retiring as Customer Data Operations Specialist in December 2020. During her long career, Cheryl won numerous awards, including multiple trips to 3M Wonewok Retreat, which her sisters and friends also benefited from.  Cheryl was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church in Hudson. She was very active in giving to charitable causes and volunteering in her community. She joined the Hudson Lions Club in 1999, where she served as club secretary and district secretary and was recipient of the Birch Sturm Fellowship Award and Melvin Jones Fellowship Award.

 

Cheryl enjoyed travelling and seeing new places. A few of the places she enjoyed were Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, U.K., and Germany, as well as many cruises. Cheryl went to many weekend craft fairs searching for unique items. She perfected the art of lefse making. Her baking skills were appreciated by many, including her coworkers, who would receive special treats after a Green Bay Packer win. Cheryl enjoyed attending plays at the Phipps Center for the Arts and trips to the casino. Cheryl was always there to give help when help was needed and never looked for anything in return. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

 

Cheryl will remain in the hearts of her siblings, Sue (Craig) Melby, Debbie Smith, Jeff (Nancy) Schneider, Bruce (Sue) Schneider, and Lori (Randy) Myer; nieces, Carrie (John) Hubmer, Tanya Smith, Melissa (Ray) Gessler), Brooke (Zac) Campbell, Maggie (Kyle) Holmlund, Abbey (Nate) Nagel, Rachael Moline, Laura (Brad) Nordby, and Amanda Myer; nephews Chris (Sarah) Melby, Colin (Jeana) Melby, Jeremy Smith, Zach Schneider, and Jacob (Elsie) Myer; and many other family and friends.

 

She is preceded in death by her parents, Clifford and Lila.

 

A memorial service to honor Cheryl’s life will take place Saturday, December 11, 2021 at the Bethel Lutheran Church- Downtown Campus, 920 3rd Street, Hudson, WI.  The service will begin at 11:00 am with visitation 2 hours prior.  The service will be live-streamed. Click HERE for the livestream. In honor of Cheryl, and being respectful of others, we are asking that you please wear a mask. Due to Covid concerns, the family will be having an additional Celebration of Life for Cheryl in the Summer of 2022. 

 

In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Hudson Lions Foundation or Hudson Backpack Program.

 

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    • So many good memories of the time we worked together. Loved giving you and Pat the plant tour. You were both like kids in a candy store learning about how everything is made. And then there were the Wonewok trips! You were a “go to” person – so much knowledge and willingness to help. Prayers for your family and friends.
      Mary Zimmerman, Springfield, MO

    • My dearest Cheryl. Friend and warrior. I miss our daily chats and the sound of your voice. I will continue to look up to hear your words of wisdom, our daily laughs, and feel your daily presence. Heaven has gained another angel. Ongoing prayers for the entire family. Love you…

    • Pray for Cheryl. We went to school together and church. I know she was very sick. I know she is out pain. Prays for your family and friends.
      Pamela Kovach Las Vegas Nv