Ella Jane and Lawrence “Larry” Schoen

Lawrence “Larry” Schoen passed away on November 12, 2020, and Ella Jane Schoen went to be by his side on July 9, 2021. They were both longtime residents of Mason, Michigan. Larry and Ella Jane were married for 70 years. They met when they were both young, both students at the same School. They grew up together and eventually married. Moving away when Larry was in the service, they came back to Mason, to live out their days. They were lifelong members of Eden United Brethren Church. They also enjoyed vacationing in Beavertail Point, in the Upper Peninsula.

Larry and Ella Jane are survived by their three children. Daughters, Susan Schoen of Mason, and Cathy Mizer of Mason; son, Jay (Janice) Jenkins also of Mason.

Larry and Ella Jane were cremated. Interment will be private

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Larry and Tonja Collar
July 11, 2021 at 6:57 pm

So sorry for your loss. They were very kind and loving and will be missed. Loved their smiles and laughs. We will miss seeing them on new years eve at rhe English Inn. Sue and Cathy you are both living testaments to how great your parents are and I know they were so proud of you and the grand and great grandchildren

Susan Schoen
July 22, 2021 at 7:23 pm

Larry and Tonja,
Thank you for your condolences and kind words regarding the loss of my parents. I’m comforted in knowing they are together in the presence of God.
Sue Schoen

Colleen Briggs
July 24, 2021 at 4:57 pm

Larry and Ella Jane are people that I admire for so many reasons. Their love for each other. Their love for our Lord, Jesus Christ. They supported so many activities at the church but the one I want to highlight is King’s Kids. Not only did they pray for this program, for a period of time they were secretly supporting financially. When I found out and thanked them, Larry stated that it was important to bring the children to church and to make sure they had a Bible. We have continued this by giving them a children’s Bible when they come in, a young person Bible when they start to read and an adult Bible as they go off to the youth group. They helped the children to continue to grow in their relationship with Jesus. I will miss them but I am so glad to know that they are together again, healthy and I will be able to see them some day when I join them in heaven. They were so proud and loved their family so much. I am keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers as it is not easy because they have been with us so long we miss them not being with us.


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