Dale Schiller

Dale M. Schiller

Saturday, August 31st, 1946 - Monday, June 1st, 2020
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Dale M. Schiller, age 73, U.S. Navy Vietnam Veteran. Beloved husband for 25 years to Mary L. Schiller, nee Naber. Loving father of Valerie (Bryan) Murphy, Natalie (Bob) Loewe, Adam (Seiko) Schiller, Ursulla Schiller, Derek Schiller and step-father of Justin Sears, Robin Sears and Nathan (Deena) Sears. Cherished grandfather of nine. Dear brother of George (Joan) Schiller and the late Shirley Schiller. Dearest brother-in-law of Dennis (June) Finnegan.

Due to the unfortunate circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and for the safety of the family and community, a private Funeral Service will be held on Monday, June 8, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at Colonial Chapel. While this service is limited to Dale's immediate family, a live-stream will be available. Please visit Dale's Obituary on Colonial Chapel's web-site at to view the live-stream of the Funeral Service.

Below is the live-stream link for Dale's Funeral Service on June 8, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.

Burial private at Bethania Cemetery, Justice, IL.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Anti-Cruelty Society, 157 W. Grand Ave., Chicago, IL 60654 are appreciated.

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Joan and George

Posted at 01:05pm
We will miss you, Dale. Your laugh always lit up the room.

June Finnegan

Posted at 08:29am
I will miss your smile and laughter Dale. I loved the twinkle of your eyes when you laughed and your slightly devilish sense of humor. I loved the special way you called me sisstah.
When I look at my garden I frequently think of you and I feel sad that I cannot share the gardens beauty with you anymore. Your love for gardening and living green things was a shared treasure. It bonded us , fellow gardeners and lovers of nature. I saw the bond your love of nature created with my father too. I saw mutual admiration and care when you were together. You were two men of the Earth.
I WILL miss you and I know you made this world better and brighter Dale. I am sorry it lost you . The world needs more kindness, people like you.
I wish I had had more time in your presence these last crazy months. Be at peace and care free.

Alan Franklin

Posted at 01:00am
Dale wasn't my blood uncle, but he was my favorite uncle. He was always kind, sincere and welcoming, and never failed to show interest in my life--from the first day I met him some 25 years ago till the last time we spoke, too long ago. These things meant a lot to me as a lost and struggling teenager, and I regret never having told him how much it meant to me to simply be greeted warmly with a big smile and a "Hi, Al!", especially when it often felt I could only expect admonishment and judgement from other grown relatives. As an adult, his modest, genteel, open and welcoming nature and kind heart have helped guide my own approach as a father and a man, and I will always value the memories I have of our times together.

dennis finnegan

Posted at 05:43pm
I'm going to miss You Dale , all the talk about my Crazy plans with the Garden and Chickens. I know I kept You amused . Rest in Peace from all the Troubles of this Life and Walk IN the Grace and Light of Our LORD JESUS CHRIST .

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