Madeline 'Mondo' E. Schmitz

1934-05-30 - 2021-12-18

Funeral Home: Monee Funeral Home 5450 W Wilson St Monee IL (Map-it)

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Service Date: 0000-00-00

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Cemetery: Skyline Memorial Park 248 S Governors Highway, Monee, Illinois (Map-it)

Info: 708-534-0016

Web: https://www.moneefuneralhome.com/ (Go)

Madeline ‘Mondo’ E. Schmitz (nee Nagy) age 87 of Quincy, Illinois formerly of Monee, Illinois passed away on December 18, 2021.  Born on May 30, 1934 in Hammond, Illinois to the late John and late Mary (nee Scripnec).  Beloved wife to the late Joseph.  Preceded in death by her siblings John Nagy, Pauline Lederman and Ann Marie Forburger.  Loving mother to Joseph (Kim) Schmitz, Sandra (Ken) Krabbe and Susan (Glenn) Swick.  Beautiful grandmother to Kevin Krabbe, Renee Runge, Jared Swick, Justin Swick, Jason Swick, Danielle Schmitz, Christopher Schmitz and Brandon Schmitz.  Great grandmother to Dylan Rhea, Raelynn Krabbe, Harley Hodel and Rachael Hodel.  Madeline worked at Illinois Bell Telephone and Balmoral School as a Librarian.   Although her name was Madeline, she was known to most as Mondo.  She loved spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren.  She had the gift of making people laugh with her uncanny wit.  Her favorite pastime was playing PlayStation which kept her young at heart.

Visitation Tuesday, December 28 from 10AM until time of service at 1PM. at Monee Funeral Home, 5450 Wilson (at Governors Highway), Monee, Illinois.  Interment:  Skyline Memorial Park, Monee, Illinois.   Info: 708-534-0016

 

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  1. Christine Kish on December 28, 2021 at 11:35 am
    My heart will always delight at the many precious memories we shared in this lifetime. I will always remember the immense wisdom she shared with me after my beloved uncle transcended years ago. She said that so many people were telling her they were sorry for her loss…but she didn’t lose anything. She knows exactly where he is! He’s not here to hug in the physical sense but he’s still surrounding her with the presence of his love. I will miss my sweet aunt’s smile and heartwarming laughter but I am forever thankful I haven’t lost her. I know right where she is and I rejoice at the welcoming party being held upstairs for her. Give uncle Joe a hug for me too my beloved Auntie Mondo! Your love changed the world and flourishes in the hearts you touched in your short time in this earthly world.


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