Edward E. Schindler

June 30, 1943 - February 20, 2021

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Visitation:
Thursday, February 25, 2021
11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Secor Funeral Home
202 W Maple Street
Willard , Ohio 44890

Service:
Thursday, February 25, 2021
1:00 p.m.
Secor Funeral Home
202 W Maple Street
Willard , Ohio 44890

Edward E. Schindler, age 77, of Worthington, Ohio passed away on Saturday, February 20, 2021 at Mount Caramel St. Anne’s Hospital in Westerville, Ohio. He was born on June 30, 1943 in Mansfield, Ohio.

Ed retired from Yellow Transportation as a Teamster and was currently working part-time for U-Haul. He was a friend to everyone he met and will be missed by many.

He is survived by his mother, Leota (Alexander) Wagner; brother, Wayne (Barb) Wagner; daughter, Lisa (Brian) Unangst; grandsons, Eric Wade (Kaitlyn Kindell) and Aaron (Lindsay) Wade; great grandson, Michael Wade; and great granddaughter, Alexis Hutcheison.

Ed was preceded in death by his stepfather, Carl Wagner; and wife, Lucille Schindler, who passed away June 5, 2013.

Family and friends are invited to visit at the Secor Funeral Home in Willard, Ohio on Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. until the time of his funeral service at 1:00 p.m. Burial will follow at Maple Grove Cemetery in New Haven, Ohio. Memorial contributions can be made to the Kobacker House in Columbus, Ohio. Online condolences can be left for the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com.

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Jeannie Schindler - Feb 26, 2021
Ed was my late husbands cousin. I didn't see him often but when I did he was always a nice fun guy to be around. My sympathy and condolences to all who will miss him. RIP Ed
Tammy Brownlee - Feb 24, 2021
Ed was a great friend. He would help anyone out. He will be missed especially by my son William Givens. Ed and my son loved planning trips to Tennessee. He always came to my granddaughter birthday parties. Rest in peace. We will miss you
Lora Freeberg - Feb 24, 2021
What a great man, friend, you will be missed . Glad I had the pleasure of meeting you last couple of years. Thanks for looking out for my friends and yours.
Tiffany Fletcher - Feb 23, 2021
I can’t believe your gone. This past month has been so hard on me knowing you had to be alone in that hospital. I wish I had more time with you. If I knew in January when I dropped of your Christmas presents you still hadn’t picked up I wouldn’t have just been in car talking cause girls were asleep. I finally wish year was going to get a chance to go to Tennessee the weekend before my birthday it was gonna have to be without you. I canceled the trip I just can’t. You loved Tennessee so bad and I just wish we would have had the chance to go together. I have t been able to stop crying for long and I had to learn of your passing with in an Olive Garden for a late lunch and just broke down. Paisley kept dropping her toy and there was this kind wooden gentleman that was sitting kind of tangled behind us reminded me of you and you just kept saying I’ll get it you’re been trying to eat I’ll pick it up I’m just waiting on mine. He’s right here in his smile made me feel like it was you even though I knew it was it. You will always be remembered not just with those you left behind , but even in Scotland. You are now a Lord you only piece of land in Scotland with a tree planted in your name. I don’t know how I’m going to make it through Thursday.I just want that day to skip. I am memorializing your Facebook page and I have a memorial plan for you next Sunday, March 7. So instead of being my final night in Tennessee I will be celebrating your life what you loved about life. Your friends, music and favorite songs, bands/musicians will perform to honor you how you enjoyed life and will live on in our hearts forever. I love you grandpa and will see again. I know you’re happy now with Lucille and dancing in the sky. Please tell my grandparents I love them and miss them every day. Help watch after my baby up there as I know you probably already are. I only wish I was able to ever see its face. Rest forever in peace and the pain will never go away but I’m hoping it will not be so bad one day.