Steffi Schmidt

February 7, 2009
Steffi Schmidt

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Steffi C. Schmidt, 85, of Seventh Street Moundsville, WV, Died Saturday, February 7, 2009 at Reynolds

She was born in Moundsville on April 22, 1923 to Karl and Estella Bednarski Schmidt.

She was a retired employee of Louis Marx Toy Plant in Glen Dale WV, And a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Moundsville WV.


Steffi was the surviving member of her family. In addition to her parents, Steffi was preceded in death by her sister, Olga Ann Schmidt and husband Mike Clark. Her brothers, Carl and wife Anna Schmidt ;Edward Andrew Two infant sisters, Anastasia and Michaslava Schmidt; One nephew Timothy William Clark; two nieces, Grayce Tennant and Mary Ann Schmidt and one nephew in law, Donald David LeMasters.


Steffi was generous, creative and stylish. She will be terribly missed by her surviving nieces and nephews, John Michael Clark II with whom she resided, Daniel Clark, Christopher Clark, Brigitte Clark and Joe and wife Pat Schmidt all of Moundsville; Samuel and wife Susan Clark of Bridgeport OH; Michele LeMasters of Martins Ferry OH; Mike and wife Kathy Schmidt of Ashtabula OH; Diane and husband Mike Gavlinski of TN; Steve and wife Joan Schmidt, Tony and wife Sherry Schmidt of VA; Teresa and husband Dave Greenlee of Fl; Carl and wife Annette Schmidt of MT; and several great nieces and nephews


A time of Visitation will be held at the CARE Chapel 1500 Second Street Moundsville on Tuesday February 10, 2009 at 10am.The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11am Tuesday, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church with Rev. Terry Adams as celebrant.


Interment will follow in Mt.Rose Cemetery Moundsville.


In lieu of Flowers contributions can be made in memory of Steffi to St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church 915 6th Street, Moundsville WV, 26041, or to the Marshall County Animal Shelter 12th Street Moundsville.


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