Memorial service for Margaret “Sue” Schmidt, 68, of Lawrence will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at First United Methodist Church – West Campus. Margaret died December 2, 2011 at Brandon Woods at Alvamar.
Sue was born on February 27, 1943, in Bartlesville, Okla., the daughter of Jesse and Gena (Chichester) Salisbury.
She was a secondary school teacher in biology and physical science for Holmes High School in San Antonio, Texas, for 24 years. She received an M.P.H. from the University of Texas Health Science Center and an M.S. from Avila College.
A faithful believer her whole life, she served as an elder for Forest Hills Presbyterian Church in Helotes, Texas. She was an active member of Oxford United Methodist Church in San Antonio and the First United Methodist Church in Bartlesville. She attended the West Campus First United Methodist Church in Lawrence.
Survivors include daughters, Christin Williams of Katy, Texas, and Carol Nichol (husband, Keith), of Pflugerville, Texas; sister, Karen Salisbury Henry (husband, Gary) of Lawrence; brother, Thomas Salisbury (wife, Ellen), of San Carlos, Calif.; two granddaughters, Grace Williams and Charlotte Bailey, and niece, Liz Walsh (husband, Rob), of San Mateo, Calif. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Elizabeth Salisbury, and son, Stephen Schmidt.
Memorial contributions may be made in her name to the Lewy Body Dementia Association and may be sent in care of Warren-McElwain Mortuary.
So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. If there is anything I can do let me know.
Jeff Williams 580-423-7586
Thank you for letting know and care for Sue, my prayers and thoughts are with you. Linda Motter
It was a gift to know Sue. Sending love.
What a difficult leaving for such a kind and gentle person.She loved greatly and was greatly loved–a wonderful legacy.
I loved Sue. She was a good friend and truly a child of God.
My heart breaks for the family and her many friends. I will always remember Sue with loving thoughts. She made a difference!
I feel blessed that she came into my life and left smiles and memories.
We shared so many times together. I’ll never forget you jumping to David Crowder.
Whenever I play bunko, I’ll always remember you wild rolls. I’m so glad we experienced Branson with you.
Thanks for sharing your life, you will always ber a treasure of the heart.
Sue was such a wonderful person with a gentle heart. I am so glad to have known her & remember so many special times. I am so glad that when we went to Branson we were able to come, pick her up & enjoy some shows. I will always remember her dancing at Baylor’s Island party when David Crowder performed & think of her when his song is played. Her Bunko roll is legendary! She was kind to everyone she met & truly a child of God. My heart goes out to her family members & many friends. She will be missed…
Dear Schmidt Family,
My prayers are with you during this difficult time of loss.
Praise God through all things!
Sue was a childhood friend in Bartlesville. She had a fun smile and a zest for participating in life. Sympathy to Tom and all the family.
Just discovered Sue’ obituary. sue and I have sweet memories. I will miss you dear friend.