Obituary of Wayne Schroeder
Wayne V. Schroeder, 79 of North Liberty, former longtime Postville businessman died Friday, May 4, 2018, at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
Services celebrating Wayne’s life will be held at 1pm Wednesday, May 9th at the Holy Trinity Church in North Liberty, where there will be a period of visitation from 10am until services Wednesday. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made in his memory to the Fight With Flash Foundation. You can donate online at www.fightwithflash.org. To share a thought, memory or condolence with his family please go to the funeral home website @ www.gayandciha.com.
Wayne V. Schroeder was born on January 30, 1939, on the family farm near Postville, Iowa the son of Lloyd and Clara Schroeder. Following graduation with the Class of 57’ from Postville High School he enlisted in the United States Army serving his country. On April 22, 1962, he married Twila Jane McNally in Postville. The couple raised their family here and Wayne carried on his father’s insurance business, Schroeder Insurance of Postville until his retirement in 2004. He and Twila moved to North Liberty to be closer to family members and here they made many new friends and for Wayne, new golfing buddies! You see Wayne enjoyed much in life, of course his golfing, fishing, hunting, gardening (especially roses), but also a proud fan of the mighty Postville Pirates, Iowa Hawkeyes, Boston Celtics, New York Yankees, and the Washington Redskins. But nothing was more important and dear to his heart than his family and friends. He was a good husband, father, grandpa and friend to many, and many have been blessed to have had him in their lives!
His family includes his wife, Twila; three sons, Larry Schroeder (Kathy), Mark Schroeder, and Craig Schroeder (Stacy); grandchildren, Zeke, Kenzie, Adam, Halle, Cody and Haley; brothers, Kenny Schroeder and Keith Schroeder (Janet); and his sister, Marian Friederich.
Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, grandson, Austin “Flash” Schroeder; and brother, Leo Schroeder.