In Memory

Kelly Schubert

Kelly R. Schubert, 51 years old of Jesup, IA, and formerly of Marshalltown, IA, died Friday, November 18, 2011, at Covenant Medical Center, Waterloo, IA. Funeral Services will be 11:00 a.m. - Tuesday, November 22, 2011, at the First United Methodist Church, Jesup, IA with Rev. Lynn Gardner officiating. Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. - Tuesday at Chapel Hill Cemetery, southwest of Gladbrook, IA. Visitation will be from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 0p.m. Monday at the White Funeral Home, 1315 Main Street, Jesup, IA and for an hour before services Tuesday at the church. Memorials may be directed to the family. Mr. Schubert is survived by his wife, Julie of Jesup, IA; two sons, Benjamin Schubert and Christopher Schubert both of Jesup, IA; his parents, Robert & Ruth Schubert, Sr. of Marshalltown, IA; two sisters, Cindy (Harold) Collins of Colorado Springs, CO, Bonnie (Roger) Engelkes of Grundy Center, IA; one brother, Robert (Holly) Schubert, Jr. of Casper, WY.



 
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11/22/11 01:32 AM #1    

Larry Yee

Kelly was a great friend and very supportive when I needed it.  Blessings to you, Kelly, and my condolensces to his family and relatives.  You will be missed but I'm sure we will meet again! 

Larry Yee


11/22/11 09:47 AM #2    

Kendra Fulk (Butner)

Kelly was a very kind person that saw the best in everyone.  He was accepting of others differences and had a big heart.  I will always remember him...Kendra

 


12/02/11 06:31 PM #3    

Kim Rolston (Jondal)

I was so sad to hear about Kelly.  He was such a wonderful person.  I met Kelly at Central Christian Church when I was very young...5 or 6.  I am a better person for knowing Kelly and his family.  My heart goes out to Julie, Kelly's wife, and their family.  He will be truly missed and will be in our hearts always.

 


12/02/11 06:51 PM #4    

Barbara Egli (Self)

I talked with Kelly and his wife at both the 20 and 25 year reunions...what a warm and special person. I had a connection with Kelly because he lived in Jesup, my hometown for the first 5 years of my life, and we also each had two sons. God bless you Kelly and prayers for your dear family.


12/05/11 09:09 PM #5    

Carla Nelson (Zillmer)

I've known Kelly for many years and he was such a kind human being. He never said a bad word about anyone! I saw him briefly at one of our reunions and am kicking myself for not sitting down to chat with him and his wife. I know he's in the Lord's good hands.


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