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John Edward Schott (Silverton)

John Edward Schott (Silverton)
  • September 28, 1940 - January 5, 2017
  • Silverton, Texas

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“What a wonderful family legacy of our pioneer grandparents. John would make them proud. Wish we could have been there to say good-bye. Jan & Jim...Read More »
1 of 25 | Posted by: A friend

“When I was young I'd hold his hand, he taught me how to rope and brand. The days went by we plowed the fields and hauled the harvest and checked its...Read More »
2 of 25 | Posted by: Bryan Schott - Amarillo, TX

“John was always a good friend. He will make a good right hand to Jesus. ”
3 of 25 | Posted by: George McJimsey - Tucson, AZ

“Prayers for the Schott family. Sorry for your loss. ”
4 of 25 | Posted by: DeAnn Strange Lurie - Dallas

“I am sorry for your loss.... ”
5 of 25 | Posted by: Marlon Greenhaw - Lorenzo, TX

“When we moved to Silverton in 1985 we met the Schott Family immediately as they took us under their wings. We were young and didn't have much money....Read More »
6 of 25 | Posted by: Cindy Aaron - Salado, TX

7 of 25 | Posted by: Bill and Pat Carthel - Silverton, TX

“Many prayers for your family in the passing of Mr. John. ”
8 of 25 | Posted by: Keith and Margie Holbrook - KY

“To the family of John Schott, please accept my prayers and sincere sympathy.. I knew John back when we were in High school. So sorry to hear of his...Read More »
9 of 25 | Posted by: Carolyn Tanner Ewing - Claude, TX

“I am so sorry to hear this. John was my Second dad while I was in school. This whole family treated me as one of there on. He will be truly missed. ”
10 of 25 | Posted by: Russell Bingham - Lubbock, TX

“Tracy I am so sorry for your loss. Will keep your family in my prayers ”
11 of 25 | Posted by: Joy Gilert - Claude, TX - Friend

“I am so sorry for your loss. John will be missed. I am praying for your comfort and peace. ”
12 of 25 | Posted by: Betty Tiffin - Silverton, TX

“Rest in Peace, John... You will be missed ”
13 of 25 | Posted by: Della {D'} Kitchens - Silverton, TX

“My heart and my prayers are with you during this difficult time of loss ”
14 of 25 | Posted by: Erika Branham - Silverton, TX

“I am so very sorry.Will miss my friend.Gods grace be with Johns family . ”
15 of 25 | Posted by: Janet Bomar - Silverton, TX

“We're very sorry for the loss of a good man that served his community well. John helped and inspired children in the school and was a leader for the...Read More »
16 of 25 | Posted by: Stan & Lynda Fogerson - Amarillo, TX

“Will miss You, My Friend! ”
17 of 25 | Posted by: Able Asebedo - Silverton, TX

“I am so saddened to learn of your loss of John. Such a fine man and a friend to so many. May God make his presence known to each of you as you go...Read More »
18 of 25 | Posted by: Tena McArthur - Lubbock, TX

“John was a wonderful man. ”
19 of 25 | Posted by: Rickie Bingham - Sherman, TX

“Love and prayers for you LaQita and your family. ”
20 of 25 | Posted by: David and Tish Harlan - Silverton, TX

“I never stopped loving him and I'll never forget him. I'm very sorry for your loss. ”
21 of 25 | Posted by: Lisa Andrus - Tulia, TX

“sorry to hear this...john was a great prayers for his family... ”
22 of 25 | Posted by: Ron yancey - fort smith, AR

“So sad to see this news. My prayers are with you and your family. He was a good friend. ”
23 of 25 | Posted by: Diane Mayfield - Laguna Woods, CA

“Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love to all of you. Pat and Roger ”
24 of 25 | Posted by: Pat Rice - Lubbock, TX - Friend

“May God hold you close. I will sure miss my neighbor. ”
25 of 25 | Posted by: Amy Otis - Silverton, TX

John Edward Schott, 76, of Silverton, Texas, left this world to be with his Lord and Savior on Thursday, January 5, 2017 in Tulia, Texas. Funeral Service will be at 2:00 p.m., Sunday, January 8, 2017 at the First Baptist Church in Silverton with G.J. Walton and Dale West officiating. Interment will follow at the Silverton Cemetery. Visitation will be 6:00 p.m-8:00 p.m., Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the Moore Rose Visitation Parlor in Silverton. Arrangements are under the personal care of Moore-Rose Funeral Home.

John was born in Tulia, Texas to W. E. Schott and Rena (Persons) Schott on September 28, 1940. John grew up in Silverton and attended Silverton High School where he met his best friend and love of his life, Laquetta Chitty. John and Laquetta married September 1, 1962. They celebrated 54 years of life and marriage.
John graduated from WTAM University with a degree in Animal Science. A third generation farmer/rancher, John was blessed to do what he loved and often said it was such an honor to care for "God's country." John and Laquetta raised their family in Silverton. John was a member of the First Baptist Church of Silverton for 45 years. He loved his Lord, family, and his church. John freely witnessed to souls in need and was a true friend to many. John served as a SISD school board member and also as president. He loved Briscoe county youth and was active with his children in Briscoe County 4-H.

John was preceded in death by his parents W. E. and Rena Schott; in-laws Pete and Pauline Chitty, one sister, Mary Schott Neff; his son, David Lee Schott; and grandson, Marcus Schott.

John is survived by his wife, Laquetta Schott of Silverton; two sons, John Bryan Schott and wife, Stacy of Silverton, Texas, William Clay Schott and wife Tracy of Canyon, Texas; two brothers, Dave Schott and wife, Cindy of Amarillo, Texas; Bill Schott and wife, Chris of San Antonio, Texas; brother-in-law Roy Neff of Burleson, Texas; a special cousin, Jane Self and husband Tom Burson of Silverton, Texas; his beloved grandchildren, Jana Nichole Schott of Amarillo, Texas, Tanner John Schott of Silverton, Texas, William Cole Schott of Canyon, Texas, Sarah Cheyann of Canyon, Texas, Katlin Diane Lanners, and husband Chris of Dumas, Texas, Ronnie Len McQueen and wife, Kayla of Wylie, Texas; 5 great grandchildren, Gage, Kase, Christopher Lanners, and Coty and Cole Mcqueen. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends will miss John.

The family request memorials to the First Baptist Church of Silverton.