In Loving Memory

Milly Ann (England) Schaer

Milly Ann (England) Schaer
October 21, 1921
April 25, 2021
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To John and Dottie and the entire Schaer family:

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this especially sad time.

With our deepest sympathy,

Charlotte and Bob Smith
Charlotte Smith
5/11/2021
Brenham, TX
sorry to hear of your mom passing, may God give you strength and peace .

charles and bettie schramme
charles schrammes
4/30/2021
somerville, TX
John and Dottie: God has gained a really special angel ! Milly was the perfect Southern lady, possessing all the grace and charm of the great ladies who came before her. I adored hearing Milly talk! No one could say “Honey” or “Sugah” quite like she could. Did you know that she and my mother (Betty Yoakum) had their phone conversations at 4:00 AM ? Those two shared a birthday and so many traits. Mother is already missing her Milly stories!
May our Heavenly Father give you strength and lovely memories of this beautiful, charming lady.
Rebecca Schroeder
4/29/2021
Cape Carancahua, TX
John & Family,
We were sadden to hear of your mother's passing. She was such a gracious lady. Our community will be less without her.
Charles & Pam Schubert
4/29/2021
Brenham, TX
Milly was a preserver of our Texas history.
With deepest sympathy to her family.
Bradford Willis
4/29/2021
Waco, TX
So sorry to hear about Milly. Thinking of you and praying for comfort
The Koehler Family
4/28/2021
BRENHAM, TX
Such a sweet lady. Lots of memories of her since my parents moved here. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Kimberly and Alan Gibson
4/28/2021
Chappell Hill, TX
Milly leaves some fond memories and was so nice to Kay and I. She will be missed.
Jim Woodley
4/28/2021
Hempstead, TX
John and family I am so sorry for your loss. Cherish all your memories.
Shirley Moehlmann
4/27/2021
Brenham, TX
I was looking through my Facebook today to show my sister's part time caregiver a video of hummingbirds that swarmed our feeders one year. While looking for it, I came across a video about cardinals representing loved ones that have passed and that when you see one, they are visiting you.This was so appropriate at this time due to Aunt Milly''s passing and her love of birds. Right after finding this video today and showing it to my sister, Cynthia, I looked out my front door to find two cardinals (one male and one female) on our circular drive. It gave me comfort.

I will always remember sitting on her back sunroom, visiting with her and watching the birds that congregated just outside.
Susan Prewitt
4/27/2021
Chappell Hill, TX
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