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Jason R Schneider
Apr. 6, 1977 - Sept. 6, 2022
Chilton, WI
Funeral Service:
Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022
11:00 am
Trinity Lutheran Church
N6080 W River Rd
Hilbert, WI 54129
Funeral Visitation:
Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wieting Family Funeral Home
411 W. Main St.
Chilton, WI 53014
Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022
9:30 am - 10:45 am
Trinity Lutheran Church
N6080 W River Rd
Hilbert, WI 54129
Burial Service:
Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022
12:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Cemetery
Jason R Schneider
Chilton, WI

Jason R. Schneider, age 45, died on September 6, 2022.  He was born April 6, 1977, son of Ken and Debbie (Redig) Schneider.  He attended Trinity Lutheran School, Rantoul, graduated Chilton High School in 1995, and graduated from Concordia University in Mequon in 1999.

Growing up on a farm, he was found spending countless hours with his grandfather, smoking cigars, going to Equity, hauling cattle, convincing his sisters to do his farm chores, driving tractor and ATV, and doing what he could to help out.  After his chores were finished, he loved to sit and listen to his grandma read him his favorite book, “Fraidy Cat”, over and over again.     

Many years and memories he had, hunting and fishing with his dad.  He had a sharp shot and was very successful.  There was always competition with his mom during sturgeon fishing, who was going to get one and who’s fish was going to be the biggest.  He would fit in at any table of Sheepshead or Texas Hold ‘em, but loved the countless hours sitting around the kitchen table with his family and friends playing cards.   And when he cooked….you weren’t going away hungry.  

Taking up a knack for fishing he started entering in several fishing tournaments throughout the years.  His fishings buddies and he made many memories and most of the time went home empty handed.  Recent years he upgraded his fishing boat experience to fishing King Salmon on Lake Michigan.  He loved being on the water and found peace and happiness while there.  He cherished the memories he had when his kids came out on the boat with him where they could be in a happy place.  

As a man of many talents, Jason had a great sense of humor and could talk to anyone.   He sang for many weddings and events.  He had a voice that echoed and was heard throughout the room and was able to move people’s emotion to love and appreciate God’s Grace to all of us, especially his mom and dad.   

Jason had the heart of a servant who went out of his way to help others and lighten the burdens  and bring joy in to their lives.  He served in numerous jobs over the years and, no matter where he found himself, he seemed to be able to gently lead people where they needed to find themselves.  This was most evident when Jason was given the opportunity to serve people and his community, especially when he was able to operate Schneider Family Funeral Home, in Plymouth.  

Jason’s personality and smile will be missed by many.  He is survived by his children, Samuel Schneider and Elise Schneider; his children’s mother, Angela Schneider; his parents, Ken and Debbie Schneider; his paternal grandfather, Clarence Schneider; step maternal grandfather, Bob Binversie; his sisters, Jennifer (Nic) Bolz and Jamie (Daniel) Wieting; nieces and nephews: Ella, Noah (Godchild), William, and Jack Bolz, Alydia (Godchild), Eliot, Iyla and Oriya Wieting and Godparents: David and Wanda Schneider and Fran Gay; aunts and uncles, cousins, and friends.  

He was preceded in death by his, maternal grandparents, Ronald and Kathy Redig and his paternal grandmother, Eileen Schneider.  

Funeral services will be, 11:00 AM, Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at Trinity Lutheran Church (N6080 W River Rd, Hilbert).  A time for gathering and visitation will be from 4 PM until 7 PM on Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at, Wieting Family Funeral Home (411 W Main St., Chilton) and at church from 9:30 AM until 10:45 on Wednesday, September 14 before the service.  Those wishing to watch a recording of the funeral service, a memorial video, and view flowers and gifts given to the family may do so by clicking HERE.

A memorial fund has been established in the name of, Jason R. Schneider.  

"Addiction is the easiest thing in the world to have an opinion about, but one of the hardest things in the world to go through." 
Mary Ellen and I send our sympathies to you and your family in this difficult time. We will keep you families in our prayers and we will be making a Memorial donation in Jason’s name to the Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin. The Lord be with you and may Jason rest in peace!

Art &Mary Ellen Nennig (Jamie &Daniel Wieting) - Sept. 13, 2022


My condolences to Jason's family. I have fond memories of Jason in choir class and on our choir trips, he was a phenomenal singer. Cherish the memories.

Amanda Miller-Hedtke - Sept. 12, 2022


I have so many of us growing up as kids...farm memories and introducing Jason to city life...we had fun! Times in our 30s we lost touch and it came to this????...Jason I love you and miss your knowledge on things I was dumb at...I will always remember you??????

Bryan stock (Cousin ) - Sept. 10, 2022


Family of Jason: so sorry for your loss. Let the good memories live on. Jason is now in God's hands, let him be in great peace. God bless you all.

Mike and Doris Bennin (Friend) - Sept. 10, 2022


Though we don’t understand why, God takes another of His beloved children home. Faith in our Savior leads us to trust in His divine will and purpose for our lives.
Jason was one of those memorable students. Thorough in his work, an example and leader for others, funny, caring, and one who could easily brighten up a room. I’m not sure if he ever spent disciplinary time on the infamous “yellow dots”,
but his smile probably saved him many times. He took kite flying at recess to the extreme with multiple stunt kites flying at one time. So much could be said about his character, but what matters most is he came from a strong and active Christian family that worshiped, prayed and stayed together in Jesus. Though your loss will never go away, our comfort as God’s people is knowing that He loves us, forgives us, and has an eternal plan and place for us when our earthly journey ends - no matter the time, the circumstance or cause. That’s the faith in which Jason lived his life, surrounded by loving family and friends and grounded in an unshakeable faith. We all wait for the fulfillment of God’s promise of an eternal reunion in heaven with those we love.

Our heartfelt sympathies to Ken & Debbie, the Schneider and Wieting families.

John & Stephanie Kelling
Tucson, AZ

John Kelling (Trinity Principal and Teacher (1986-1992)) - Sept. 9, 2022


I remember in Jr High when Jason and my son Jeremy “Bud” had to sing a duet. Jeremy froze and Jason picked up his part like it was meant to be. That was so nice of him to cover for Jeremy. My sincere condolences to to the entire Schneider family.

Ellie Hilton (Friend ) - Sept. 9, 2022


We made choir fun with tons of shenanigans and so much laughing. Devastated for all the family. We are sending many healing hugs and prayers for you all. We are so very sorry.

Kelly See and Rowland family (Friend ) - Sept. 9, 2022


To Jason’s Family, I was very saddened to hear about Jason. He was a wonderful person with a huge heart. That smile was worth a million dollars. He will be missed .

Sarah Behr (Friend) - Sept. 9, 2022


Ken,Debbie,Jamie,Jennifer and family.
My deepest love and sympathies to all of you with the loss of your son, brother and father. Cherish is memory and the love he had for all of you and never forget the love he had for you. May God hold you in his loving arms as he is Jason and someday you will meet again.
Family friend, Jane Barany

Jane Barany (Family friend) - Sept. 8, 2022


Hadn’t seen Jason in years but I will never forget how he would make me laugh w/ his great sense of humor and get heads to turn when he would sing along to the music. I will
Remember you always just like that Jason !! May you feel free & at peace now.

Trisha Propson (Friend ) - Sept. 8, 2022


Be grateful for the time you had him with you and the person he was.
The loss is never gone but it does get easier

Barb & Paul Hugo - Sept. 8, 2022


Schneider family so sorry for your loss. I rented from Jason when he owned the funeral home. He was a great guy.

Les Koenigs (Friend) - Sept. 8, 2022


Ken & Deb--- I am so sorry to hear about your loss. You have my deepest sympathy. Remember all the good times you had with Jason. Take care and sending you lots of love.

karen pingel swonger (friend) - Sept. 8, 2022


So sorry for your loss. It’s always so difficult to lose a child. My deepest sympathy.

Gladys (friends) - Sept. 8, 2022


I enjoyed working with Jason and being his friend. He was a very talented young man. My heart is heavy today

Dorothy Pfrang (Worked with Jason at Wittkopp Funeral Home) - Sept. 7, 2022


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