Obituary for Carolyn R Schild

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Carolyn R Schild

Died: February 2, 2020


Carolyn Ruth Schild, 93, passed away on February 2, 2020 at Willow Brook Christian Home, Columbus, Ohio. She was the wife of Robert C. Schild, with whom she shared 74 years of marriage.

Born in Willard, Ohio on May 3, 1926, she was the daughter of Dale and Verna Williams. She graduated from Willard High School, attended Brenau College and graduated from Bowling Green State University, BS and Master of Education. She owned Schild’s Women’s Clothing in Attica, Ohio in the 1960s and taught in the Seneca East School District for over 20 years. Carolyn was active in Girl Scouts of America as an Attica troop leader and past president of Erie Shores Girl Scout Council. She was active in her church, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Attica, where she served as a Sunday school teacher, choir director, and church council member.

Carolyn had a great love of music performance that she passed on to family members. She was a desired vocal soloist for many years with a beautiful mezzo-soprano voice. She was an accomplished violinist and participated in regional orchestras and shows.

Carolyn is survived by her husband, Robert C. Schild; daughter, Kathleen Rowe; son, John Schild (Charlotte); 6 grandchildren; and 6 great grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held on Friday, February 14, 2020, 11 AM at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 5475 Brand Road, Dublin, Ohio 43017.

Memorial donations may be made to Willow Brook Christian Home, 55 Lazelle Road, Columbus, Ohio 43235.

Lucy (David) Kebler posted on February 16, 2020

John, I was thinking of you today and discovered you lost your mom just a few days ago. I am so sorry.


Jan Arbogast Miller posted on February 13, 2020

Bob, Kathy, John and families, Sending my condolences to all of you. Mrs Schild was my Cross country coach at Seneca East. I truly loved and respected her. I remember that I was on the team her first year of coaching, I graduated in 1976, and she admitted to us that she didn’t know much about cc but someone told her to say something profound to us before our first meet. She couldn’t think of anything to say so profound became our pre run word!! She was such a wonderful person. Although we didn’t keep in touch I thought of her often. Blessings to all of you and 74 years of marriage is amazing! With love,


 


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