Jacqueline S. “Jackie”(Puza) Schuler

June 30, 1940 - May 05, 2021

Visitation: No viewing

Service: Memorial Mass in St. John Neumann Church Friday, June 11, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.


Of McCandless Twp., on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Born June 30, 1940, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Daughter of the late Edward and Mildred Puza; beloved wife of 55 years to William E. Schuler; loving mother of Michael E. Schuler; loving sister of Mary Carey; also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, grand nieces, grand nephews and her granddog, Dexter. No Visitation. Memorial Mass in St. John Newman, Friday, June 11, 10 a.m.

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  • Kim Stillitano

    So sorry to hear of this news. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Cherish all the memories; she will be with you always.

  • Barry Downing

    Thoughts and prayers go to Mike and the family. I know this is a difficult time and just know you have the support of friends and family.

  • Sandra Biles

    Dear Mike,
    Deb and I are so sorry about Jackie’s death. She was a very sweet lady. I’ll miss seeing her in the neighborhood. Our thoughts are with you.
    Sandy and Deb Biles

  • Peter A Lukaszewski

    Therese and I here in Wisconsin send our deepest sympathy to Bill and Michael

  • Andrea Tucholka

    My Aunt Jackie was the sweetest women I knew she always made me laugh with her giggle and she always looked so impeccable ! I hope she enjoyed the pictures I sent of my grandchildren because I know we got separated due to distances but I never forgot her or uncle Bill and I hope she knew that !!!❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻😪😪

  • Christine Torre

    Mike, I am deeply sorry for your loss. May the Lord grant you peace and comfort in these painful times. The memories held in your heart will be cherished forever, and the light in your soul will shine with your Mom’s love always.

  • Janice K Dupey

    I’ve known Jackie a very very long time. Jackie and her sister Mary would come out to Phantom Lake when my Dad & Mom rented a cottage we had a ball. I remember one night that’s when pizza was getting popular and my Dad took us to the tavern, and bought us a Pizza, we shared the Pizza, it was our first time trying it, We both liked it. We always had a great timeout there. Rest in Peace Jackie.

  • Joseph Carey

    Goodbye Aunt Jackie. We will all miss you so much. We always enjoy our trips to Pittsburgh to visit ❤❤❤

  • Sharon Ward

    Jackie was my idol, example. sometimes mischief partner. As my cousin I have so many memories. Lucky me, she even recommended me to replace her as Clerk at Lerner’s Fruit & Vegetable store on E. Brady St. in late 50’s. Bosses Jake & Ivy were always quick to let me know they could count on her. Sometimes we are fortunate to firm friendships even when we are relatives! Rest well Jackson, a life well lived.

 

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