Nancy A. Schroeder

January 29, 1947 ‒ October 24, 2020

Galion, Ohio

Nancy A. Schroeder, 73, of Galion passed away Saturday, October 24, 2020 at Mill Creek Nursing Center in Galion. She had been seriously ill the past six months.

She was born January 29, 1947 in Mansfield and was the daughter of Jacob and Susie (Lay) Gaubatz. Nancy is survived by her husband of 52 years, Anthony “Tony” Schroeder.

She graduated from Mansfield Senior High School and worked for many years at First Buckeye Bank and Richland Bank in Mansfield. Nancy was a member of St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Mansfield and sang in the church choir.  She was an avid Ohio State Football fan, enjoyed bowling and supporting her children and grandchildren in their sporting events.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by son Brian (Carrie Walker) Schroeder of Mansfield; daughter-in-law Stephanie Schroeder of Galion; eight grandchildren Tristan, Cheyenne, Lauren, Natasha, Lainey, Alex, Peyton and Zane; sister-in-law, Hilda Gaubatz of Mansfield and long-time family friend Larry Leach of Galion.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Scott Schroeder.

The family will have a memorial service at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be made to the activity fund at Mill Creek in care of the funeral home.

Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes in Galion is honored to serve the family of Nancy Schroeder, and condolences may be made to them at www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

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  • May God Bless and console dear brother Anthony , so sorry you have to deal with this sorrow…..so much of your time has been in the quiet loneliness at this time in a nursing home. Our gratitude to those caring for you and to Larry for his thoughtful care in Nancy’s last moments and arrangements. Nancy loved all the children in her life, from children to grandchildren…they always lifted her spirits. We had many happy times…and we will remember the laughter and the tears. May God be with us as we walk through this loss to lift and encourage those around us .

  • Dear Tony and family, although it’s been years since we’ve seen each other, I’ve not forgotten our friendship and the fact you were in our wedding. So sorry to hear of Nancy’s passing. We know she no longer has to suffer the pain of her illness. I believe that she is with the Lord and her son. Also, I believe she is speaking with Denny Meyers, my husband who went home so long ago. Christ’s peace be with you all as you enter this healing journey of grief. Take it one day at a time. God will lead you where you need to be. I’ve thought of you often over the years. I pass by your old place on Piper Rd. when I go to the church I serve on Bowman St. Rd. My heartfelt sympathy to you all. You will see her again, whole, healthy, and happy. Take care of yourself.

    Pastor Carol A, (Meyers) Kilgore

  • Tony so sorry to hear about Nancy.Qe have not see you to in a while but always thinking about you and Nancy.We share wonderful memories of you two.Thoughts and prayers with you and your family.

  • As a childhood friend of Wendi Moore Ayers I send my condolences to your family. I always knew that Nancy was a very special person in Wendi’s life. She talked of her often when we were growing up. I also had the pleasure of being with Nancy several times during their family gatherings. My thoughts and prayers go out to my life long friend Wendi and all of your family at this difficult time. Starla

  • Nancy was a friend from junior high through Senior High days. We had such fun…wonderful memories of dances, slumber parties, Pep bus to away games…we had a ball. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. My sympathy to her family at this sad time.

  • Tony we are so sorry to hear if your loss praying God brings you peace and strength to get through the days ahead take care💕