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In loving memory of
Kathleen Ann Schmidt
  • March 24, 1951
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  • June 21, 2020

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Kathleen Ann Schmidt 69, of The Villages, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family, at her home on Sunday, June 21, 2020. Born on March 24, 1951 to Michael and Sophia Sind in St Louis, Missouri. She grew up with her brother Robert Sind. Kathleen met the love of her life Wayne Schmidt and the two were married in April of 1981. They had three sons, Matthew, Brett, Jared.

The family moved to Florida in June of 2009. Kathleen was an active member of the St Louis Club, Naperville Club, The VIP Club and a cofounder of the Special Friends Social Club. Kathleen worked as a pediatric nurse for 40 years, and then the Village’s Hibiscus Recreation Center as a Recreation Assistant.

For Kathleen, her sons and her grandchildren were the light of her life. She loved spending time with them and sitting by pool enjoying the sunny days of Florida.

Kathleen is preceded in death by her parents Michael and Sophia Sind.

She is Survived by her husband Wayne Schmidt, sons Matthew (Dorothy), Brett (Courtney), and Jared, Grandchildren Maddon and Charlotte.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: www.mayoclinic.org/cure or www.stjude.org

A Memorial Service will be held at St Vincent de Paul Church Friday, June 26 at 11 AM

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  1. Neal Bolzenius says:
    26 Jun 2020
    We have so many wonderful memories of spent time together in St. Louis, and our visits to Naperville. And of course our trip to Hawaii. We are so grateful to have had your family as part of our lives. Love,
    Neal and Rita

  2. Gene Adams says:
    26 Jun 2020
    Wayne and Jared
    My wife Claire and I send our condolences to you and your family.

  3. David Wanberg says:
    26 Jun 2020
    Kathy radiated warmth, kindness, and compassion. I am so grateful I got to know Kathy. She brightened all of our lives and her warmth will continue to radiate in our hearts forever.

  4. Peggy Mann says:
    25 Jun 2020
    Wayne and family
    So hear about Kathy's passing. We want to extend our deepest sympathy. You are all in our prayers. God Bless.

    Eric Schwartz
    Peggy and Bill Mann

  5. Lindsey says:
    25 Jun 2020
    My favorite memory I shared with Kathy was looking at the stars with her and my mom while we were all camping as a family. We weren't even expecting to see a meteor shower, but we happened to be out on the dock, the sky was absolutely clear, and when we looked up there were hundreds of shooting stars. It was one of the most surreal and beautiful moments of my life and I am so glad I was able to share it with Kathy. I am so lucky to have had her as an aunt. Love you all, and am thinking of you all every day!

  6. Stephanie McMorrow says:
    24 Jun 2020
    There are no words. Aunt Kathy was a beautiful person and she will be greatly missed. We love you all and our prayers are with you. ❤️

  7. Jack & Barbara Reger says:
    24 Jun 2020
    Wayne & family:
    We were so sorry about the passing of your wife & mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

    Jack & Barb Reger

  8. Erik Wanberg says:
    24 Jun 2020
    Kathy was a profoundly kind and gentle individual. I will always remember her patience and empathy that she seemed to exude in even the most subtle of her words and actions. My thoughts are with Wayne, Jared, Matt, Brett, and all others affected by her passing.

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    24 Jun 2020
    Spring of 2019
    Spring of 2019

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  12. Connie R Wanberg says:
    24 Jun 2020
    Dear Kathy, Thank you for being such a beautiful person. I always loved talking to you. I loved how much you cared about Wayne, your boys, your patients, and most recently your grandchildren. I can't fathom that you are gone. I will miss you very much. You lived a good life and were respected and loved by many. Rest in peace. With all my love, Connie

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