Stephanie "Stevie" Snyder Schmidt
November 23, 1937 - April 16, 2020
Light a candle Light a candle
Light a Candle
Flowers & Gifts

Arrangements starting at $35

Charity Donations

Make a Memorial Donation

Charity
Make a Memorial Donation
Donate Now

Stephanie Schmidt, known all her life as Stevie, died peacefully on Thursday, April 16, 2020 after a dogged battle with Parkinson’s disease. She was 82 years old. We have lost the premier maker of incredible chocolate malts and blissful cherry pies! Stevie was born November 23, 1937 in Leavenworth, KS, to Elmore William Snyder II…

Continue Reading
Judi & Charlie Miller left a message on April 27, 2020:
Dear Mindy, Kristin, & Mark, We are very sorry for your loss. Stevie was our friend for so many years. We sure had a lot of laughs at our birthday lunches over all those years. I have always admired your mother for her very strong beliefs in doing good things, especially her commitment to curb smoking in restaurants and public places. I really loved to seeing all of her artwork, something that was so very special to her. Her talent will always be remembered and loved. Our memories of your mother will be with us forever. May she rest in peace.
Nancy McCormick left a message on April 26, 2020:
Stevie - you will be missed! Not only for everything you accomplished for the City of Appleton, but simply for being a great friend! I will miss the many spirited and interesting discussions we had even though we didn't always agree! You were so incredibly proud of your family and loved them so very much. Rest in peace, dear friend!
Karen (Salm) Jahns left a message on April 26, 2020:
My deepest sympathies to Stevie's family. I had the wonderful pleasure of first meeting Stevie when I had worked at the Trout Museum of Art. She was always a delight to talk to when she visited and was a frequent visitor to the museum. Stevie was always a big supporter of the Arts in the Fox Valley and will be missed.
Marietta Ethier left a message on April 24, 2020:
I extend sincere sympathies to her children and grandchildren. Lovely obituary and nice photo.
Bill Anciaux left a message on April 24, 2020:
Dear Mark, Kris, and Mindy, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was such a special person who will be dearly missed. Indeed, she was a prominent and effective public servant in the Fox Valley, but I remember her as my mom next door, a leader in our little Midpark neighborhood who wanted us kids to have childhoods filled with good friendships and wide-ranging experiences that would become cherished memories. She succeeded in this as well. I too will attest that she was the premiere maker of chocolate malts and scrumptious cherry pies. And while we discovered the occasional pit, we endured these together as friends do, with much laughter. Love to you. Billy
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
Show More