Jeremy was born May 9th, 1981, to Ruth Anne Smith and Kurt Schroeder. He was the youngest son of six children. He was of Irish and German descent. He loved German culture and spoke German.
Jeremy went to college for computer science in Arizona and went on to own a painting contracting business. He enjoyed art, debating politics, nature, and plants. Jeremy had a passion for music and playing the guitar. He loved visiting Chicago and would frequent downtown for
the museums and music festivals.
Jeremy had a kind-spirited soul; everyone loved him. With every new encounter came new friends. Jeremy knew everything about everything, even the silly facts about life, and earned the nickname “Wiki” - which is short for Wikipedia.
Jeremy loved his family and shared a special connection and bond with his Aunt Deb. He also loved animals, especially his dog Rambo, food, and sweets. One time he unknowingly ate the dog’s Pup Cups and, while laughing hysterically, proclaimed, “I love my sweets!”
Jeremy was a devoted father. The most important part of his life was his children.
Jeremy will be lovingly remembered by his children Trysten (with former wife Renee Schroeder) and Daniel, by his mother Ruth Anne, his grandmother Sally, his brothers Phil (Caley), Kyle (Shanna) and Josh, his sisters Chelsea (Evelyn) and Leslea (Purety), his nieces and nephews Jack, Vince, Zakai, Saiah, Hadlee, Fayelyn and Ethan, his dog Rambo and a host of other family and friends.
Jeremy was predeceased by his father Kurt Schroeder, and his grandparents Melvin Schroeder, Robert Smith, and Shelby Frison.
Family and friends are invited to celebrate his life on Saturday, August 29, 2020 at Castle Hill Funeral Home: 1219 Sheffield Ave Dyer, Indiana with a Memorial Service from 11am-3pm.
“Liebe familienleben und Gott.”
Love family, life and God.
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