Pauline A. Schild — Chatfield

CHATFIELD — The funeral for Pauline A. Schild, 82, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Fillmore Free Methodist Church in Fillmore, with the Rev. Michael Hopper officiating. Burial will be in Chatfield Cemetery.

Mrs. Schild, of Chatfield, died Wednesday (July 9, 2008) at her son’s home, where she had resided since March 2008. She was under the care of Seasons Hospice, her children and grandchildren.

Pauline Alvera Winans was born Nov. 18, 1925, in rural Chatfield. She married Lester Schild on July 5, 1943, in Preston. Mr. Schild died July 29, 1989.

Mrs. Schild was a lifelong resident of rural Chatfield and a homemaker. She was a Girl Scout leader and enjoyed gardening and sewing.

Survivors include three sons, Russell (Cynthia) and Michael (Susan), both of Chatfield, and John (Rhonda) of Rochester; two daughters, Anna Marie Pickard of Ostrander and Alice (Frances) Mottley of Chester, Va.; 17 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; a brother, Richard Winans of Rochester; and three sisters, Arladine Finley of Rochester, Virginia Julian of Chatfield and Beatrice Carroll of Riverton, Wyo. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a son, two grandsons, three brothers, a sister and a son-in-law.


Visitation will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Riley Funeral Home in Chatfield, and an hour before the service Saturday at Fillmore Free Methodist Church.

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