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Lucy F Schroedel

Lucy Faye (nee Fultz) Schroedel, 92, beloved Mother and Grandmother, was called home to be with her Lord and Savior on December 12, 2019. She entered this world on November 2, 1927 in Kettle Island, KY, born to William and Dora Fultz. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Henry Schroedel, son, Ronnie Schroedel, five brothers and a sister. She will be deeply missed by her loving children Linda Partin, Tommy Schroedel and her six cherished grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. A graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati. https://hospiceofcincinnati.org/donate/

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One of my fondest memories of Aunt Faye is a family reunion picnic at her house in 1980. Wayne and I had brought a watermelon which we had placed in the trunk of his car. When we went to get it out, the trunk would not open. Everyone there tried to open it but with no success. We had no watermelon but we all had a good laugh especially Aunt Faye. Wayne had to take the car to a locksmith later that week to get the trunk open and that watermelon was still good. I know there is a family reunion going on in Heaven with Aunt Faye and all those loved ones that went on before....love you Aunt Faye. Love to and prayers for her family that remains.

Karen Knisley Dec 19 2019 12:23 PM

Your Mother and I shared a lot of good times together,not only being related by marriage ,but worked together at KMart foods,lots of good times visiting ,going to horse races family picnics,SHE WAS THE LAST OF THE FULTZ CLAN TO LEAVE US AND I,M SURE THEY'RE ALL WAITING FOR HER ARRIVAL IN HEAVEN.Hopefully we'll all be together a gain for another family picnic,I'm sure Gil is ready .Lol.Lol. Till we meet again,love you luc.

janet fultz Dec 16 2019 11:41 PM

Aunt Faye always made our family reunions so much better. Her competition with my grandpa/her brother, Gil Fultz, on who made the best chicken n dumplings was enjoyable. Hers were better. I loved seeing her each time. Im glad shes in Heaven now with Jesus and other family. So sorry for your loss Linda and family. Hugs.

Amy Menter Dec 15 2019 9:11 PM