Audre P. Schmidt
March 24, 2011


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SCHMIDT, AUDRE P., 89 of Sebring, FL, died Thursday March 24, 2011 at Good Shepherd Hospice. She was born January 20, 1922, in Plainville, KS. She was preceded in death by husband, Gilbert J. Schmidt and son, Ronald Schmidt. She moved to Sebring in 1989 from Battle Creek, MI and was a member of St. Catherine Catholic Church and a past president of the Columbiettes. She was an avid golfer, a voracious reader, and enjoyed playing cards with friends. She is survived by her son, Edward and his wife, Anne Schmidt of Mason, MI; and daughter, Theresa Mori, Corvallis, OR; daughter-in-law, Rebecca Schmidt, St. Petersburg, FL and six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be sent to Good Shepherd Hospice, 4818 Sun ní Lake Blvd, Sebring, FL 33872. The family will receive friends, 10:00 am till 11:00 am, Monday, March 28, 2011 with a Prayer service at 11:00 am at Morris Funeral Chapel with Fr. J. Peter Sheehan. Following the service, a luncheon will be held at Homers. Further services and burial will be held in Battle Creek, MI.

Condolences or Life Stories may be expressed in her Guestbook. Morris Funeral Chapel, Sebring, Fl.

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Preceded In Death By

Gilbert J. Schmidt, Husband
Ronald Schmidt

Survived By

Edward (Anne) Schmidt, Son
Theresa Mori, Daughter
Rebecca Schmidt, Daughter-in-Law
six grandchildren
two great grandchildren


Place of Birth: Plainsvill, KS
Date Of Birth: January 20, 1922
Place of Death: Sebring, FL
Date of Death: March 24, 2011
Organizations: St. Catherine Catholic Church
Past President of the Columbiettes


Visitation: 10-11 am
With Pray Services at 11 am
at Morris Funeral Chapel
with Fr. J. Peter Sheehan
Followed by a Luncheon at Homers
Burial will be held in Battle Creek, MI


03/27/2011 - Fran and Joe Moscillo
We will miss Audre. We made many goods trips together. She was a wonderful person


03/28/2011 - Francine Whitman
My condolenses to the family of Audre. is always a privilidge to assist a person and make their last days dignified. to the family I am so happy I had to chance to meet you and find out more about your mother. I feel like part of the family. Remember life is precious enjoy every moment.