Edward Schramm

Edward Schramm

Sunday, September 14th, 1924 Thursday, May 6th, 2021

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Obituary for Edward M. Schramm

Edward Schramm was born on September 14, 1924 in Jackson, MI and died peacefully on May 6, 2021 at Menno Haven. He was the oldest of 4 siblings. After completing high school, he entered the Army and was stationed in Alaska during WW2. He and his wife, Jane, just celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary on April 29th. They raised their 5 children in Owosso, MI until relocating to Chambersburg in 1966. Edward trained as a computer technician and started his career working on computers in the 1950's. He was employed by Unisys and worked at Letterkenny until his retirement in 1986. He was a keen golfer, baseball fan, follower of Notre Dame and Michigan football teams, an avid reader and American history buff, particular about his lawn, and was able to keep up with and embrace computer technology in spite of coming to it in his later years.
He is survived by his wife Jane (resident of Mennohaven), sister Therese (MA), children: Sallie (IL), Peter (AZ), Sue (AZ), Martie (WA), and Molly (Scotland, UK), 4 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The family wishes to extend gratitude to the staff at Mennohaven, Ed and Kay Bell, Lois and Rick Scott and the Spring Valley crew. Per his wishes, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, consider a donation to Ragged Edge Public Library, or Meals on Wheels.

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david watson

David W
Sorry to learn of your loss. My prayer's are with each of you as you grieve this loss. i believe i may have only met Edward once, of the family members i only knew Peter (Pete). i pray God's comfort and peace with and over each of you. i have experienced the comfort and peace the Lord can bring in a time of loss, at this time i pray His comfort and peace over you and those you love. With sincere thoughts and prayers and my deepest sympathy to the whole family.
Comment | Posted at 06:43pm via Condolence

Jillian H

I’m very sorry for your loss. Grief can be so hard especially the first year but what a treasure memories prove to be. As the days unfold remember to heed the advice from grief counselors to: accept help from family and friends, get as much as rest as you can, keep to a routine and do not forget Gods love and comfort that he can provide. One of my favorite scriptures is psalms 34:15, I hope it comforts you too! With my deepest sympathy to the family.
Comment | Posted at 10:37am via Condolence

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