Goldie Schubert

November 01, 1924 ‒ August 21, 2015

Galion, Ohio

Goldie Schubert, age 90 of Galion passed peacefully August 21, 2015 at 10:03 am at her home surrounded by her daughters and dedicated care givers.

Born on November 1, 1924 in Scott County, Sunbright, Tennessee to Roy and Perna Long, she grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio she married Allen Franklin Schubert in 1947 and moved to the picturesque town of Galion, Ohio in 1962.

She lived many happy years pursuing her favorite pastimes of golfing, playing cards, lotto, bowling, gardening, baking and tending to her family and beautiful home.

Goldie was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years Allen Franklin Schubert, sister Nolie (Mickie) Dickerson and brother, William Long. Goldie will be deeply missed by her daughters, Lisa Berk and Valerie VanBuren, she is also survived by sons Allen “Buddy” Schubert, Jr., Erik Keith Schubert and grandson Allen Schubert III.

The Schubert family will be forever grateful to Dr. Larry Leone all the nursing staff from HomeCare Matters especially Sherry and Celeste, caregivers, Shiela Bell, Pat Ballard, Darlene Christian, Alisha Enderle, Fairy Schwarck and special friends Maria McCalla, Ray Jones, Harry Holbrook, Lisa & Larry Swain & Anne Burns. The Schubert family is also very thankful for much support from Michael A. Clouse, Atty David Keller and Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Home in Galion.

Goldies wishes were to place her cremains alongside her mothers.

A graveside service was held in Cincinnati, Ohio.

  • To the families of Goldie,
    Max and I send our sympathy to all of you in the loss of Goldie… have lost track of a lot of friends in Galion. Many good times shared at the Galion Eagles in previous years. and cherish the times we shared together.
    Sincerely, Ruby and Max.

  • Prayers to the family. Goldie would stop in the flower shop to see the shop cat when she used to walk . Always enjoyed talking to her. Lisa Dye

  • To each & every member of Goldie’s Family,
    You have my very deepest sympathy & love. She was a special person
    & will be missed by all of you. Hang on to the memories!

  • I have many memories of Goldie, playing euchre and, pinochle. If memory serves me correct, she even played bingo a couple times. So sweet and, loving. I’m happy to have known her. A great lady. Our condolences to the family.

  • To the Schubert Family,

    My deepest condolences for your loss. I’ve known Goldie for over 50 years, as I became friends with Valerie when she moved to Galion in 3rd grade at North School! Allen and my dad, Ray Seevers, were good friends and worked together at North Electric. I have wonderful memories visiting the Schubert home. Lisa and Valerie, find comfort and peace knowing you were very loving, caring daughters to your parents.

    God Bless,
    Sheila

  • To the Schubert Family,
    Lisa, Valerie, Buddy, and Eric…please accept our sympathies and prayers for the loss of your mother. Goldie was one of a kind and her laugh was contagious. May your fond memories of her legacy bring you solace.
    We are so glad that she got to be buried with her mother.
    Bless you!
    The Ron Nelson Family