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Jerry Lee

Schubert

June 24 , 1959 - November 08 , 2020

Jerry Lee Schubert
Jerry Lee Schubert
1959 - 2020

Visitations:

Wednesday, November 11, 2020
1:00 ~ 2:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home

Services:

Wednesday, November 11 ,2020
2:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Memorials:

Obituary

Jerry Lee Schubert, age 61, of Northville, Michigan passed away on November 8, 2020 after a long battle with kidney disease and heart disease. Born on June 24, 1959 in Trenton, Michigan, to Faye & Joel Schubert, he grew up in Belleville, Michigan where he met his wife Donna and most of his friends that he still held dear to his heart. He graduated from Belleville High School and earned degrees from R.E.T.S. Communications School, Wayne County Community College and Eastern Michigan University. He had an amazing and fulfilling career of 35 years at the United States Postal Service and United States Postal Inspection Service where he served as a Technical Surveillance Specialist before retiring in 2018. In his retirement, he enjoyed working on endless home improvement projects, wood working, computers and building birdhouses. He treasured every minute he spent with his wife and son, all his family members, close friends and with his cats. He is survived by his wife, Donna Lynn Schubert of 42 years, his beloved son, Scott Lee Schubert of Romulus, Michigan, his sisters Mary (Tom Dennis) of McMillan, Michigan, Theresa (Joe Colling) of New Braunfels, Texas, many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins, and so many wonderful friends that he loved so much. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Joe and Fay Schubert of Belleville, Michigan. His cremation will take place at “The Witness Crematory” located inside of Michigan Memorial Funeral Home

Condolences:

Please accept my deepest condolences. I had the pleasure of knowing Jerry through work. He was such a great guy. Always upbeat and positive. He loved his family and was always sharing stories of various adventures. I am so glad I met him. May God comfort you and give you peace in the difficult days ahead. Jackie Poindexter Retired - US Postal Service OIG Jackie Poindexter

So sorry for your loss. Jerry was a great asset to the USPIS and could be counted on to give good sound advice when called upon, You and your family will be in our prayers in this difficult time, Scott Stretz

Jerry was a great colleague and friend for all of us at Indianapolis, IN. He cared about people and his work reflected it at all hours day and night. We are sorry for your loss and wanted you to know you are in our prayers. Eddy Boucher

I served with Jerry for years working many late nights and odd hours to conduct our law Enforcement duties and help protect people. Jerry was a kind and fun loving soul and he made our work enjoyable and always brought sense of adventure to challenges we faced together Jerry taught me many great things which helped me to explore new and exciting career opportunities which have sent me all over the entire United States. I will forever be grateful for help and the camaraderie we enjoyed together. He always spoke lovingly of his wife Donna and his son Scott. My love and respect to Jerry and his family. Carroll Harris

My deepest condolences to the Family. I have fond memories of hanging out with Jerry and the rest of our friends in BHS. Dale Zaborowski

I graduated with Jerry. My condolences on your loss. Laura Maynard Brooks

So sorry for your loss. I had worked with Jerry both in the USPS and the USPIS for over 20 years. Jerry is someone you met once and never forgot. Funny as can be and kind hearted. He left all he met with a memory, everyone has a great Jerry story. He will be missed by all. Kevin Courter