Larry Edward Schneidmiller walked through the golden gates into heaven October 17,2023 at the age of 76. Larry was born November 23,1946 in Ft Collins, Colorado to Edward Schneidmiller and Dorothy Schneidmiller (Lesser).
After graduating from Brighton High School he enlisted into the Navy. While in the Navy he was just off the shores of Vietnam. Unfortunately he was exposed to Agent Orange. At the time of his death he was in the process of working on a disability from the effects from Agent Orange on his heart.
After training in the Navy he became a Lineman. While working for Sprint he traveled the world, spending time in Brazil, Ecuador, Germany and many others. In 2006 his life changed, the effects from Agent Orange started to effect his heart. His days working for Sprint had to end from his heart issue, he found himself retired.
Larry always loved having a dog to keep home company. He adopted his last dog “Missie”, she was just 1-1/2 years old. She was the highlight of his life. She would go for rides with him in the car and had to sit in the front seat with him. Bowling was something he never gave up, he loved his bowling and he was actually good at it. His bowling family was special to him, he made some good friends through his bowling.
Larry is survived by his sisters, Dianne Mutcher, Karen Garrett. His two daughters Suzanne Garmston and Stacey Carpenter both from California, along with four grand children, Sean and Ryan Garmston, Jack and Kate Carpenter.