Tyler Schmidt Obituary (2022) – Cedar Falls, IA

Tyler, Sarah & Lula Schmidt

November 13, 1979 March 27, 1980 September 17, 2015

July 22, 2022

CEDAR FALLS-Tyler & Sarah Schmidt, and their daughter Lula, died Friday, July 22, 2022, at Maquoketa Caves State Park in Maquoketa, Iowa.

Tyler Gene Schmidt was born November 13, 1979 in Waterloo, Iowa, the son of Timothy and Debra (Meyer) Schmidt. He graduated from Northern College Excessive Faculty in Cedar Falls, Truman State College in Kirksville, Missouri, with a level in laptop science, and attended the College of Kansas in Lawrence. Tyler was an Eagle Scout and performed trumpet, ran cross nation and was on the swim workforce in highschool. He labored for Ok-Mart, UPS and for over 18 years labored for TreviPay. Tyler married Sarah Morehouse on June 22, 2002 at St. John Lutheran Church in Cedar Falls, they usually honeymooned for 10 days within the Boundary Waters. He loved going to Okoboji Lutheran Church camp for household reunions, tenting and canoeing, board and card video games, climbing and snowshoeing, had a love of computer systems and instructing Arlo coding, and was a wonderful cook dinner. Tyler liked his pets, serving to with the Lego League at Lincoln Faculty, was a Kansas Jayhawk basketball fan, was on the church board at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lawrence, and would by no means flip down a possibility to go to 4 Queens together with his mother-in – regulation

Sarah Jean Schmidt was born March 27, 1980 in Kansas Metropolis, Kansas, the daughter of the late Paul Morehouse, MD and Jean (Rohrbach) Morehouse. She graduated from Washington Excessive Faculty in Washington, Missouri, Truman State College, the place she was a Truman Scholar, and earned her MA from the College of Kansas. Sarah labored a number of years for Monarch Watch. After marrying Tyler, Sarah turned a mom and had been working on the Cedar Falls Public Library this previous 12 months. She performed percussion, piano and was in the highschool marching band. Sarah loved knitting, stitching Halloween costumes, crafting, making handcrafted greeting playing cards, being open air, birding, entomology, gardening, snowshoeing, cake adorning, and pottery on the Hearst Middle for the Arts. She was an avid reader and in addition performed handbells at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lawrence. Sarah went backpacking together with her mom in Belize, obtained the Gold Award in Lady Scouts, and was the Youth Consultant for the Central States Synod Council (ELCA). She was additionally lively within the Lincoln Faculty PALS and within the MOPS group in Cedar Falls.

Lula Ruth Schmidt was born September 17, 2015 in Lawrence, Kansas, the daughter of Tyler and Sarah (Morehouse) Schmidt. She attended Farmstead Preschool and Pre Ok at Lincoln Elementary Faculty in Cedar Falls. Like her mother and father, Lula loved out of doors actions, enjoying together with her cousins, artwork, studying, and animals. She “swam like a fish” and was recognized to be a “spitfire”. Lula liked her “stuffies” (stuffed animals), being in school together with her academics and buddies, and her Barbies & Our Era dolls. She had an ideal humorousness, helped her mother and father cook dinner and her brother together with his animation scripts.

They’re survived by their son/brother, Arlo Schmidt, of Cedar Falls; mother and father/grandparents, Timothy & Debra Schmidt of Cedar Falls and Jean Morehouse of Speedy Metropolis, South Dakota; siblings/aunts & uncles, Spencer (Jodie) Schmidt, and their kids, Josh, Gavin & Nolan, of Cedar Falls, Kelsey (Matt) Weiss, and their kids, Lily & Willow, of Lawrence, Kansas, Adam (Katy) Morehouse , and their kids, Avry & Lauryn, of Chesterfield, Michigan, Jana (Ryan Jackson) Morehouse of Speedy Metropolis, South Dakota, and Karen (Joseph) Pollard, and their kids, Sam & Luke, of Tyler, Texas; grandparent/nice grandparent, Arlene Meyer, of Waunakee, Wisconsin, and their cats, Leo & Goober.

Tyler, Sarah & Lula had been preceded in loss of life by father or mother/grandparent, Paul D. Morehouse, MD, and grandparents/nice grandparents, Delbert Meyer, Roger & Phyllis Schmidt, Doris & Gerald Rohrbach and Ruth & Clarence Morehouse.

Companies had been personal, with burial at Greenwood Cemetery in Cedar Falls. A Celebration of Life shall be held on Tuesday, August 2nd at Overman Park in Cedar Falls. Deliver a picnic meal at 5:00 pm and the Remembrance will start at 5:30. In lieu of flowers/vegetation, memorials could also be directed to the Hartman Reserve in Cedar Falls or the Cedar Falls Public Library. On-line condolences to www.DahlFuneralHome.com.

Printed by Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier on Jul. 31, 2022.

To plant timber in reminiscence, please go to the Sympathy Retailer.

Leave a Reply