Schoening, Wayne Woodrow Oct 20, 1946 - Apr 1, 2017 Wayne Woodrow Schoening went to his heavenly home on April 1, 2017. Born on October 20, 1946 in Council Bluffs, IA. Survived by his wife of over 50 years, Kristine; by his loving children: daughter, Shellie Schoening (Kevin Maxcy) of Omaha, NE; son, Matt (Ann) Schoening of Scottsdale, AZ and their two children Madison and Sadie; nieces and nephews; brother, Lynn (Diane) Schoening of Sabetha, KS. Preceded in death by his parents, Woodrow and Loretta (Franke) Schoening and brother Marlen. Wayne served in the Iowa National Guard and graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Wayne spent most of his career at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and then self-employed before he retired and continued to be an entrepreneur in various endeavors. An outdoor enthusiast, gardener, farmer, avid hunter and fisherman and a life member of the National Rifle Association. He loved his country and thoroughly enjoyed keeping up with political world. Wayne enjoyed fellowship and Sunday school at church, football, tracking the stock market, and spending time talking or e-mailing with family and friends. Wayne was a man of faith and he had a wonderful sense of humor and never met a stranger. VISITATION will be from 5-7pm on Thursday, April 6, with family greeting friends at the Cutler-O'Neill-Meyer-Woodring Bayliss Park Chapel in Council Bluffs, IA. FUNERAL SERVICES will be on Friday, April 7, at 11am at the Glenwood Community Church, 56646 240th Street, Glenwood, IA, 51534. Pastor Mark Smeltzer will officiate. Interment immediately following at the Mineola Cemetery. Mineola, IA. Luncheon at the church immediately following graveside services. Memorials are suggested to Silver City VFD, 414 Main Street, Silver City, IA, 51571; Mineola VFD, 107 N 4th Street, Mineola, IA, 51554; or the Glenwood Community Church, 56646 240th Street, Glenwood, IA, 51534. CUTLER-O'NEILL-MEYER-WOODRING Bayliss Park Chapel 545 Willow Ave., Council Bluffs, IA 712-322-7779
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