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Gary Fred "Mr. G"
Schoeller

January 14, 1943 – January 9, 2019

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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
— Mueller Memorial -White Bear Lake
"Thinking of Brenda, Gary and Diana and their families, wishing you peace and hoping the loving memories bring you comfort. "
— Love Deb Cook
"Dad, you will always be in my thoughts and forever in my heart! I miss you dearly! Love you always and forever!! Diana"
— Diana Mundahl
"Our sympathy goes out to Gary's children and family. They will be in our prayers and thoughts."
— Ronald and Faye Jacobson
"Gary, Brenda, Diana and families. Our thoughts are with you as you remember your father and all the memories you have of him. We had some..."
— Uncle Larry and Aunt Karen

Obituary for Gary Fred "Mr. G" Schoeller

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Gary Fred Schoeller



Gary was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on January 14, 1943. He was one of six children to Bernice (nee Carpenter) and Donald Schoeller. He was raised in St. Paul, Minnesota and graduated from Monroe High School in 1961. Following graduation, he went on to work as a computer programmer at Control Data. He eventually found his niche in construction sales and owned his own companies, Twin Town Remodelers and Laker Construction. When he was not working, Gary could be found on his computer dealing and trading in the stock market.



Throughout his life, Gary was avid about staying healthy and active. He enjoyed walking & roller skating around the lakes in Minneapolis (Lake Calhoun, Lake of the Isles, Lake Nokomis, Lake Harriet.) His passion for roller skating lead him to many roller skating competitions. Gary could also be found speed walking at the Mall of America or riding his bicycle around. Another happiness was going for rides on his motorcycle, especially in the Fall as he enjoyed taking in the changing of the leaves.


Growing up, Gary would take his three children up North to go camping & fishing and Summers would be spent on Forest Lake with family. He even instilled his enthusiasm of roller skating to his children. Gary’s seven grandchildren were the center of his life. He enjoyed watching them play in sports, attending band concerts and dance recitals. He was a supporter of the Take Steps Walk for Crohn’s & Colitis - walking each year with his family. Gary also enjoyed taking family trips with his children and their families, going to Walt Disney World was a favorite.



Gary met Pam in September of 2005. Their thirteen year partnership was rewarding and fulfilled with many laughs, dancing, and traveling.


Gary will be deeply missed by all who knew him. His children want him to be remembered for his on point sense of humor, ability to make anyone laugh and infectious smile. Also, for the way he courageously battled Lewy Body Dementia with dignity.

First Visitation

When Monday, January 14th, 2019 10:00am - 12:00pm
Location
Mueller Memorial of White Bear Lake
Address
4738 Bald Eagle Avenue
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Additional Information

Service Information

When
Monday, January 14th, 2019 12:00pm
Officiating
Rev. Rick Skare
Location
Mueller Memorial of White Bear Lake
Address
4738 Bald Eagle Avenue
White Bear Lake, MN 55110

Interment Information

Location
Word of Peace Cemetery
Address
Address Not Available
Rogers, Minnesota

Reception Information

When
Monday, January 14th, 2019 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Location
Mueller Memorial of White Bear Lake
Address
4738 Bald Eagle Avenue
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Reception Extra Info
A light reception immediately follows the service at Mueller Memorial.