Milton Dean Schreiner

Milton Dean Schreiner

October 2, 1934 – October 5, 2023

Milton Dean Schreiner was born on October 2, 1934, in Lincoln, Nebraska. His parents, Paul and Leora, were very important to him, and they were proud of the man Milton became.

He attended a country school in Lancaster County. After graduating from Panama High School, he went off to college. He joined the Reserves and obtained the rank of Captain. After that he worked in many different fields including real estate and hotel management.

He married Carolyn Larsen and they had two daughters, Julie and Amy. Julie’s husband has 2 sons, and they brought the joy of being grandparents.

In 1973 he married Jerrianne Schreiner. They would have celebrated their 50th Anniversary on October 26, 2023.

Milt loved visiting people, playing cards, and was always a willing helper. He generously donated several gallons of blood through the Red Cross Blood Mobile, improving the lives of many people. He will be remembered as a caring individual.

VISITATION: Tuesday, October 10, 2023, from 5p.m. to 7p.m. at the West Center Chapel, 7805 W. Center Rd..  FUNERAL SERVICE: Wednesday, October 11, 2023,  at 10:30a.m., Hope Presbyterian Church, 5220 S. 159 Ave.  INTERMENT: Mount Auburn Cemetery.  Memorials are suggested to Hope Presbyterian Church or Cornhusker Cosmopolitan Club.

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  • Audrey Fenton Posted October 9, 2023 10:29 am

    Jerri – So sorry to hear of Milt’s passing. Wish I could be there, but I plan to attend via live cast. We didn’t get to know Milt well, but you two seemed to enjoy each other and were able to travel. My prayers are with you as you go forward in your life.

  • Charlotte Gammell Posted October 9, 2023 8:28 pm

    Milt was always professionally dressed and always at work in his real estate career. He was helpful to agents, especially those who were in need of advice. I remember him with fondness and appreciation. My Sympathy, C. J. Gammell

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