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In Memory

Mike Schneider

Mike Schneider


Richard Paul Schneider, Jr – B to his wife, Daddio to his children, Mike to his family and friends – was born March 2, 1947, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He lived all over the United States, working his way from International Paper in the Deep South to Tenneco Automotive in the Chicago Suburbs. His career as a Human Resources executive brought him to five of the seven continents. He made good friends on all of them, but wherever the corporate world took him, his heart was always at home with his family. At age 63, he retired and moved to Naples, Florida, to focus on what he loved: driving (cars and golf balls), steaks, Jack on the rocks, and his wife, kids, cats, and Blanche. He died at home, peacefully with his wife and children, on January 30, 2022, after a brief illness.

He is missed.

He is survived by his wife Debby, his daughter Jessica, his son Trip (Richard Paul Schneider III), sister Pat, brother Dave (Tammi), cousin Butch (Kerry), and extended family and friends all over the world.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the following:

Collier County Domestic Animal Services Trust Fund

Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida


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02/10/22 06:49 AM #1    

Craig McGarvey

RIP Mike!

02/10/22 05:07 PM #2    

Gerry Curtin

Mike was liked by many and a good friend to lots as well. We have lost a very good guy.

02/14/22 12:08 PM #3    

Robert Evans

Mike was a good friend since the Oakmont School days,he was always ready to have fun usually on a playing field or in a gym....or just walking to school. Thanks Mike,RIP.

02/18/22 11:22 AM #4    

Gary Steppler

RIP, good times down at Mount Olive college! Prayers for he family 🙏

02/21/22 10:16 AM #5    

Susan Spivak (Bloom)

This is sad news.  Mike was a great guy and an asset to our class.  RIP.


02/22/22 10:26 AM #6    

William J McLaughlin

 Mike and I had the same spanish class, and we had many laughs together in that class. It's actually the only reason that I looked forward to spanish class ;-).  We lost a great guy. RIP, Mike. 

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