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Schneider, Maureen June 6, 1948 - September 5, 2021

Maureen A. Schneider, of Yonkers, passed away on Sept. 5, 2021. Beloved wife of Robert J. Schneider.  Loving mother of Jennifer (Keith) Snyder and Mickey Schneider (Stacy).  Devoted grandmother of Daniella Schneider, Brooke Snyder, Jake Schneider, Jackson Snyder and Chase Schneider.  Dear sister of Patti Shanahan, Michael Shanahan, Anne Ingram and the late Richie Shanahan. Maureen touched everyone she ever met with kindness and generosity. No matter who you ask, they would describe her as the most selfless person they’ve ever met. Her happiness was derived from simply making other people happy. A mainstay at Tuckahoe and Eastchester little league games, basketball games, soccer, track meets, plays, concerts, awards ceremonies and dance shows, she was known and loved by so many in the local community. She also has remained loyal and close with friends she’s had since her teenage years in the Bronx, as well as new friends she’s made at her home away from home LBI, New Jersey. Her driving passion was her family, and she devoted herself to making them feel happy, special and loved. She will be missed tremendously by everyone, but we know she will be smiling down upon us all from above.

Mass of Christian burial at St. Joseph’s church (15 Cedar St Bronxville) on Friday September 10 at 10:45 am, followed by an outdoor gathering at Maureen and Bob Schneider’s home-51 Grandview Blvd Yonkers, NY 10710 at 12:30. Anyone who is unable to attend the gathering afterward can offer condolences before the service at Fred H. McGrath and Son funeral home at 20 Cedar St Bronxville from 9-10:30.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made In Maureen Schneider’s memory to: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society NationalMSSociety.org

Pre Service Gathering: 9am to 10:30am, Friday, September 10, 2021

Mass: 10:45 am, Friday, September 10, 2021 at St. Joseph's Church, Bronxville

In Lieu of Flowers: Contributions may be made in Maureen's memory to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society NationalMSSociety.org

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    Sean Coonerty says

    So awful to hear. Much love to Mickey and his whole family.

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    Elliott Gualtiere says

    To Bob, Jen and Mickey,
    Please know how sorry the Gualtiere family is for your terrible loss. Maureen was absolutely one of the most caring and selfless person I have come into contact with in my life.. It has been one of the great blessings of my life to have known your entire family. Please know of my thoughts and prayers for the entire family.

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    Mark and Michelle Connolly says

    A lovely woman. God Bless You Maureen. Thank You for your kindness. A wonderful neighbor. Condolences to Bob and the children.

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    Susan Romano says

    My dear cousin Maureen you will be missed by all. I will cherish the times spent at our cousin’s weekends in LBI. You are a shining star. Rest in peace.

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    Ann Smith says

    25th Street in Ship Bottom was blessed to have Maureen. Rest In Peace….you’ve earned it. Condolences to Bob and family

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    Todd Lesko says

    Maureen was without question one of the most incredible women I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. She was always so kind and generous to me, both before my move to California and especially during my summer visits back to New York. Our love and prayers pour out to Bob, Jen, Mickey, and the rest of the Schneider family. We will all miss her terribly, but take solace in knowing that Heaven is a better place now that God has called her to be in His company.

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