Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Phi, I'm so sorry about your mom. I just read the Sunday and Tuesday papers last night. Saddened to see her face jump out at me and disappointed to have
read the obit so late. Marlie and I send our condolences to you, Carol,
Mary and all the rest of your family. We are having a Mass offered on March 5th, 11:00 a.m. @ St. Catherine of Siena, Portage. I have contacted Aunt Barb.
Please call me if you are able @ 269 327 4543.Regards, Aunt Pat Smith (McGlew)
HcQhpGod Bless

Posted by Pat Smith - Portage, MI - Family   December 16, 2016

So sorry to read of the loss of your Mother, Mary..., my sincere condolences to you... love and hugs from a fellow O'Brienite back in the day, your Mother is so very beautiful with such a kind, warm and loving face.... my best and strength for the days**Patti Steffler Stoyanoff Class of '70

Posted by Patti Steffler Stoyanoff - Kalamazoo, MI   December 15, 2016

So sorry to read of the loss of your Mother, Mary..., my sincere condolences to you... love and hugs from a fellow O'Brienite back in the day, your Mother is so very beautiful with such a kind, warm and loving face.... my best and strength for the days**Patti Steffler Stoyanoff Class of '70

Posted by Patti Steffler Stoyanoff - Kalamazoo, MI - Friend   December 15, 2016

So sorry to hear of Mrs Teutsch's passing. She was always so friendly and welcomed me into her home when I visited Mary. She even made me my first omelet, good memories. My deepest sympathy to your family.

Posted by Brenda Meeuwse Hills - Vicksburg, MI   December 14, 2016

I worked with Lee for the many years I spent at Light's Landscaping. She was a wonderful lady, a gem of a person.

Posted by john disbro - kalamazoo, MI   December 14, 2016

I don't have very many memories of Aunt Leona, myself but my mother, Mary Lou Schoenherr has plenty. Aunt Leona was my father, Thomas (Gus) Schoenherr's God-Mother and his favorite Aunt. My mother remembers going to vist her when my oldest brother, Tom, was just an infant.........around 1952. When they arrived, Aunt Leona was always looking her best, with hair done, make up on and wearing her bathing suit. Waiting to hand my dad the martini she had ready, with the smile she wore for everybody, especially her family that she loved so much. Mom said that visiting Aunt Leona was some of the most enjoyable times her and my father had. I wonder if dad had a martini in his hand ready for her when she entered those pearly gates? There sure are a lot of Schoenherr's up there that are happy to welcome her in.

Posted by Mary Kathrine Schoenherr - Ortonville, MI - Family   December 13, 2016

Leona's husband, Gus Teutsch was my Grandfather. My memories of Leona are sweet and dear. She was so caring and inclusive to our family - Joe and Doris Marquis and my Sister Rusty. We spent almost every Holiday with the Teutsch Family on Gull Lake growing up with Jean Ann, Carol, Phil and Mary. The fun, the laughter, the swiming, the treasure hunts, the boat, the card games, the sparklers, the dancing and scrumptious meals will never be forgotten.

Grandpa Gus had a wonderful Apple Orchard and the highlight of every repast was the reveal of the apple pie lovingly baked by Leona. Everyone would exclaim about the flaky, tender perfectly browned crust to the disgusted chant from Grandpa Gus. "Always the crust, always the crust, never the Apples, never anything about the apples...! We would all explode in laughter that we had "done it again". Such a dear loving person Leona was, she will be remembered and thought about as long as I live.

Bonnie McPherson-Scott

Posted by Bonnie Marquis McPherson-Scott - North Port, FL - Family   December 13, 2016

Sorry for your loss Phil.

Posted by Frank & Pam TIBBITTS    December 13, 2016

So sorry for your loss. I would have loved to have gotten to know her and the whole family better. You are in my prayers as you walk this journey together as her family.
Blessings,
Scott Southerland, Heartland Spiritual Care

Posted by A friend   December 12, 2016

I am so very sorry for the loss of your mom. I have many wonderful memories of Mrs. Teutsch and fun times when we attended Yorkville together so many years ago. Deepest Sympathy Cherie (Hudson)

Posted by A friend   December 11, 2016

She was a very dear lady in so many ways.She was one of the first ladies I met at St.Ann's when the church was built.My sympathy and prayers to her family.

Posted by Eleanor Fry - Galesburg, MI   December 10, 2016