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My sincerest condolences to the family.

May the God of all comfort bring you peace and strength during this most difficult time.


Posted by: A friend   Sep 13, 2017

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I remember growing up and always feeling such a comfort from "Sister Schebig." I knew that she was such a prayer warrior. I am thankful for the influence that she had on my childhood, now so many years later, still pointing me to follow after the love of Jesus! --Bettie (Dohm) Gilbert

Posted by: Bettie Gilbert    Sep 12, 2017

Our prayers go out to the Schebig family in this time of great loss. May God wrap His arms around you and comfort you.

Posted by: Kim & Shelly - Auburn, IN   Sep 11, 2017

Rest in Peace Dee. You taught me so much about life and putting my trust in the Lord. You were and always will be an Angel among us. My favorite quote of yours: "Whenever you see someone that you think needs help, never walk away." Prayers for the family. What a amazing lady

Posted by: Michelle Wittekind - IN   Sep 11, 2017

My heart is saddened for you, Dennis, hearing of the loss of your dear mother. Not long before my dad, Homer, passed, I remember his speaking of having called her on the phone. They talked about their common Honor Flight experiences. Well, they've both now completed their "Flight F-I-N-A-L" to healing, wholeness, and joy forevermore with our Lord, where we'll join them one of these days soon! Keeping you & your family in our prayers.

Posted by: Jan (Hoke) Baber - Fort Wayne, IN   Sep 11, 2017

I have many fun memories from my childhood when Pam and I would play together for hours and Dee would fix us a lunch. We had one beautiful day in the sun too when Pam and I both ended up looking like lobsters we were so burnt! I loved riding in John and Dee's convertible! You will be missed Dee.

Posted by: Priscilla Bruce - Sellersburg, IN   Sep 11, 2017

Demaris taught me that faith, family and friends are more valuable than gold. She was truly a Proverbs 31 woman and her life and legacy will forever be a light. She was truly one of the finest in the greatest generation that ever lived.

Posted by: Marilyn Tolbert - Roanoke, IN   Sep 11, 2017