Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
SCHAEFER, E. Mae

SCHAEFER, E. Mae

E. Mae SCHAEFER (nee Meyer), age 91. Beloved wife of the late John T. Dearest mother of Linda Studer (Tom), Kathleen Ehasz (deceased), Patrick, Michael (Bruce Moss), Susan Schaefer (Scott Adams), John, James (Mary), Tracy Davignon (Barry). Dear grandmother of 19, great grandmother of 17. Dear “Aunt Mae” to 6 nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by sister Jan O’Ward of CA. US Marine Veteran.

FUNERAL SERVICE: TUES. APR. 28, 7:00 PM. VISITATION: PRIOR TO SERVICE from 3:00-7:00 PM at The ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (betw. Snow & Ridge). Interment: Wed. Apr. 29, 11:30 AM at Western Reserve National Cemetery.

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Messages of Condolence

  1. 2Cor. 1:3 and 4 Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God.
    Sleep well mom you deserve it. Until we meet again I love you!!

  2. Losing your mother is one of the hardest things to do. Just remember she is with you always. I talk to mine almost every day .

  3. Mae was a true soldier in every sense of the word. She was there for her nation, her children and family, as well as her God. She “fought the good fight” and now our Lord and Savior has greeted her with open arms saying, “Welcome home, My good and faithful servant!” Her church family will miss her but knows we will see her and John again!

  4. Mae was a soldier in every sense of the word. She not only served her nation, she served her family and her God, as well. Our Lord has greeted her with open arms and the best statement one of His followers could hear, “Well done, My good and faithful servant!”
    Mae will be missed by her church family, but we know that we will
    be with her and John again.

    Our prayers are with the family, but know this, your Mom is with the Lord.

  5. May you now be with dad. Kathy, Jane and parents. You were such an inspiration, a pillar of strength with a faith that ran so deep. You left footprints on my life and I will never forget you. Love and miss you dearly. God now has his arms around you. Thank you for everything especially your kind words Saturday.

  6. I am so thankful to have known your Mom…thankful to know your family and I pray the peace of God over you all. It is hard, losing a mother, but there is still a piece of in each and everyone whose life she touched. Mae prayed for all her family to know The Lord personally… She was a blessing to so many! I’m sorry for your loss, but rejoice for heavens gain! Love, Alice

  7. John 6:40 is our faith and our hope. “This is the will of my father, that everyone who recognizes the Son and exercises faith in Him should have everlasting life and I will resurrect him on the last day.” We look forward to being with you in paradise forever mom.

  8. Grandma you are whom I looked up to most. You were and still are til this day a wonderful soul, you may not be here with us physically but there will always be your presence in the little everyday things, such as the air we breath and feel. Words cannot express how much we all miss you but we know that you are with grandpa and aunt Kathy looking over us in a much better place. Love you to the moon and back, always and forever in our hearts !!

  9. Sage,
    My deepest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your grandmother. May the precious memories of her life be yours forever. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  10. On Sunday morning, I lost my sweet mom & best friend. I have been walking a long journey with her through the storms of life and the aging process. Though trying at times,
    we both knew that God was always with us. I can’t say enough about all the care mom has received over the yrs. from the VA to Hospice, and those who came with a servant’s heart to do the work. I reflect on the many lives mom touched throughout her long and very blessed life. She was sweet, kind, gentle,exasperating,prayerful but most of all she was the one who knew me better than I knew myself. She was MOM. the Lord said your children will rise up and called you blessed. She would always tell me that in the storms of life, he will calm us not the storm. Your with Jesus now mom, Thank You for the honor of being your daughter & caregiver through some of your most difficult and trying days. I promised dad I would see you thru. Sadly my work is now finished. I will Love you forever, “Until the Pacific Ocean Wears Rubber Pants To Keep It’s Bottom Dry. Semper Fi Mom

  11. Susan,
    .
    I thank God every day for bringing Mae into my life. Though our friendship was still new, her memory will remain in my heart
    .and be a part of who I am forever,

    I know your loss is great, but your reward will be greater still.
    My deepest sympathy to you and the family.

  12. I thank God every day for bringing Mae into my life. Though our
    friendship was still new,her memory will remain in my heart and
    be a part of who I am forever. Your loss is great, but your reward
    will be greater still, My deepest synpathy to you and the family.
    You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  13. Mae, I only met you once, but I remember the day very clearly. You were wearing a hat for the Queen for a day celebration and we all had so much fun. Rest in peace and love to all the family.

  14. dearest Susan I am so sorry to hear about mom and I send my prayers and blessings to you and your family for your loss,,,she was a lovely lady and will be so missed,,,,God bless you all,,,all my Love, Maria,,,so sorry I couldn’t make it but the legs are just not working so good and I know mom would so relate,,,alll my love,,,,

  15. Just found out about Mae’s passing. Dad and I are so sorry to hear this and to lose another of our 907th family. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy and prayers.

  16. You were my light in a dark place. I looked foward to your letters every week. I was glad I got to spend time with you towards the end. You inspired me. I hope you’re looking down on me and smiling. Who knew I had a green thumb and I love listening to the birds. Every time I see a cardinal or hear a woodpecker I think of you. I love and miss you Grandma.

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