Marie Schnieders

Marie Schnieders

September 06, 1921 - November 02, 2011

Marie Schnieders

September 06, 1921 - November 02, 2011


Marie Olhasso Schnieders, 90, of Newport Beach, CA passed into eternal life on Wednesday, November 2, 2011. She was the loving wife of John A. Schnieders for 31 years.

Marie was born in Whittier, CA on September 6, 1921 to Bernard and Frances Olhasso. She was a graduate of USC and a member of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority. She taught for 30 years in elementary schools in Sierra Madre, Pasadena and Huntington Beach. She also taught religious education at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Newport Beach.

Marie is preceeded in death by her brother John B. Olhasso. She is survived by her husband John; six children Steve McLoughlin (Evelyn), Mike McLoughlin (Patti), Ann Selmi (Dan), Marylin Rosales (Robert), Joe McLoughlin (Cathy), John Pitlick (Becky); three step daughters JoAnn Wilbur (Bob), Susan Schnieders and Martha Charchenko; 22 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren.

The Funeral Mass will be Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Newport Beach, CA. Reception following in the Parish Hall.

Donations may be made to Sisters, Servants of Mary, Los Angeles, (323) 731-5747.

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2 responses to Marie Schnieders

  1. Marie was a very special lady. Our family had great respect for her as a long time neighbor on Las Lunas Street. Bob and Margaret Beggs very much appreciated the whole McLaughlin family. When I go to the St. Francis football games as I will again this Friday with Gary Beggs, who grew up on Deodar Circle, I think of watching Mike during his playing days. We still live in the same home and the trees Mike helped us put in on the back of the property are still there. We send our thoughts and prayers for Marie and all your family.

    Bob and Louise Beggs 626 795-2892

  2. Marie was a wonderful Mom to her children and always made me feel welcome as a young boy when I would be at he house in Pasadena playing basketball with Steve and Mike and the rest of the gang. My sympathies and prayers to all.

    John O’Connor

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