Mary E. Schoen

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4/17/2017 15:00:00

4/17/2017 15:00:00

Mary E. Schoen, age 79, resident of Republic, and currently of the Willows at Bellevue, passed away on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at the University of Toledo Medical Center. She was born on September 27, 1937 in Fremont, Ohio to the late John and Naomi (Britenberg) Keegan. She married Floyd F. Schoen on November 3, 1954, whom preceded her in death. Mary had worked on the Family farm, owned and operated a Dairy Queen in Monroeville, Ohio, and worked for a nursing home in laundry and as an Aide for many years. She loved to garden, read, crochet, flowers, and anything that dealt with her grand kids.
Survivors include her son, Fred (Christy) Schoen of Attica; daughter, Debra (Ted) Hedgepeth of San Antonio, Texas; and her beloved grandsons, Brock ad Sam Schoen of Attica.
Mary was preceded in death by her parents, John and Naomi Keegan; husband, Floyd Schoen; a son, Gary Schoen; and beloved dog, Rambo.
A private viewing for immediate family was given before burial at Reed Assumption Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Attica/Venice Fire Department or the Willows of Bellevue. Online condolences may be made to the family by visiting


Fred Schoen - May 11, 2017

Mom, the boys loved the bears you got them,they cried so did I, hope you saw them today miss and love you! Brock Sam Christy Fred

Michael, Cheryl and Bethany - Apr 22, 2017

So sorry for your families loss. Your family will be in our hearts and prayers.

Tami Kousma - Apr 21, 2017

Fred, Christy, Brock, and Sam so sorry to hear about Mary’s passing. I loved her spunk, she was a gem. Enjoyed talking with her when I got the chance. All of you are in my prayers and thinking of you.Z

Jane Holmer - Apr 19, 2017

So sorry to hear of Mary’s passing. I enjoyed the many visits that we shared over the years. The Christmas cards and stories about the family were dear to her heart. The Lord has gained another angel.

Michael, Cheryl and Bethany - Apr 19, 2017

So sorry for your families loss. Your family will be in our hearts and prayers.

- Apr 19, 2017

Grand ma you were the best grandma and i miss you and love you ! Brock

Sharon Nims - Apr 18, 2017

So thankful we had a relationship Mary and could visit about OUR Lord, & family. One day the Lord will call me home? We never know when that will be, all we are told is to be ready. I’m glad that I got to share the Bible with you, and in our last visit together you said, you were tired of being sick & not able to do the things you could do, so I will see you in our Great Lords Kingdom that is prepared for all who believe in Jesus. There is no name under heaven, by which we can be saved. I pray that our family, Fred,Christy, Brock and Sam will all come to know Him & we can be all together? It is a personal for each one. Till then friend, “Absent from the body, present with the Lord”, Cor.2;5;8. Sharon

- Apr 17, 2017

Mom, Grandma, we miss you and love you we will never forget you you were always there when we needed Fred Christy Brock and Sam.