WAUKESHA 

Carol Schoemann Valentine
 

Sept. 30, 1931 Ė April 16, 2014 


Our Savior Jesus Christ has destroyed death and brought life and immortality to light through the Gospel. Let us remember with thanksgiving what God has done through His servant Carol Schoemann-Valentine.

Carol Marie Schoemann-Valentine (nee Olson) was given life by her Creator and was born on September 30, 1931, the precious daughter of Emmet and Selma Olson (Nee-Nelson).

On November 15, 1931, she received the gift of Holy Baptism and became a child of God. She publicly confessed her faith and was also confirmed in Christ.

She received the precious gift of the Lordís life-giving body and blood. On September 18, 1948, she received the gift of a beloved companion for life in the Rev. ElRoy C. Schoemann, her husband. Following the passing of this treasure to heavenís gate, years later she then married Paul Valentine.

She was blessed with the gifts of five children, Ann (Dan) Nischke, the Rev.

Randal (Donna), Daniel (Janice), Mark (Jenny) and Jon (Peggy) Schoemann.

She is also survived by 10 grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other relatives, friends and fellow Christians. God blessed Carolís life with many special people as she served God in vocations at home as a pastorís wife and mother, church, work as a licensed practical nurse, and in her community as a good and faithful citizen.

Finally, on April 16, 2014, at Waukesha Springs in Waukesha, God blessed her with a holy death and took her home to rest in the arms of Jesus to await the resurrection of the dead.

The Lord gives and the Lord takes away; blessed be the name of the Lord. We give thanks to God our Father through Jesus Christ, our Lord, for our sister Carol Schoemann-Valentine.

Visitation will be on April 22 at Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1310 N. Center St., Beaver Dam, from 9am until 10:15am with a Christian funeral service to follow at 10:30am by the Rev.

Larry Gates of her home church, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran in Waukesha.

Internment will be led by her son, the Rev. Randal W.

Schoemann, at Oakwood Cemetery, W8285 State Road 33, following divine service. In lieu of flowers, memorials to her home congregation of Trinity Lutheran in Waukesha are appreciated.

ďIf God is for us who can be against us!Ē

Church and Chapel Funeral Home is serving the family.