Shirley Schreiber

  • Born: April 5, 1933
  • Died: December 7, 2020
  • Location: Lavon, Texas

Charles W. Smith & Sons Funeral Home

2343 Lake Rd.
Lavon, TX 75166

Tribute & Message From The Family


Shirley J. Schreiber, 87, Lavon, Texas, died Monday, December 7, 2020, in Baylor Scott and White Hospital, Rowlett, Texas. Shirley was born in a log cabin in Bullitt County, Kentucky. She was the widow of Bernard Schreiber, and is survived by 7 children, 14 grandchildren, and 19 great grandchildren.

Shirley liked to stay in log cabins with family and friends around her. She enjoyed over 50 get-a-ways over the past few years, traveling and staying in several different states. She was an avid reader, sang in the church choir, collected vintage buttons and antiques, and cultivated long lasting friendships with open arms and welcoming hugs. She was known as Mom, Momma, Buttonlady, Lady Bug, Punkin', and Shirleymom just to name a few.

Shirley had a generous spirit and supported several organizations and charities when able: The Christian Appalachian Project, St. Joseph's Indian School, Commission to Every Nation, local food banks and giving trees. In lieu of flowers or a service, please consider donating to your local food banks or charity of your choice in her honor.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Family,
My Mother, Linda Mastrantuono considered Shirley her best friend, confidant and soulmate for many years. Shirley and Mom loved "junkin" together, making crafts and sharing life. I remember her huge smile, sweet spirit and gentle gaze as she would sit at our kitchen table listening and laughing while sipping Coke. After many years I reconnected with Shirley to tell her of my Mom's passing. She cried with me and we connected instantly. Over the last five years Shirley and I emailed and kept up. The last time we spoke she was the same as she always was, encouraging and always pointing to the positive side of everything in her life and others. Shirley left a beautiful legacy of ending love to her family. My deepest condolences to each her children and to all of her family. She was a woman of faith and is with her Lord and Savior. Her smile is wider than ever as she is now truly home!
Love to you all,
Janet (Mastrantuono) Smith

Posted by Janet Mastrantuono Smith - Kerrville, TX - Family Friend   March 18, 2021

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To all the Shirley Schreiber family members, young and old which includes many cousins I have lost track of and now unknown children of children of children....my sincerest condolences. I learned of Aunt Shirley's passing via Gayle Schreiber, another of her nieces via FACEBOOK. Not yet five years old, my earliest, probably most cherished memory of Aunt Shirley was on her wedding day as a beautiful bride. As the years passed, her beauty and warmth spilled over into the love of her children and all of those brought into the world over the years.. For a short while a couple of years ago, she would email me pictures of her family and proudly the pictures of the wonderful places they would take her for special trips. She so loved those trips! There are no words to properly or adequately express my sincerest sympathy to those who so loved her. With the approaching holiday and COVID-19 infringing on our way of life and death, her passing is even more sorrowful. Sending Best Regards to all who were touched by the love of Aunt Shirley, Cathey (Schreiber) Langione.

Posted by CATHEY LANGIONE - Marana, AZ - Family   December 14, 2020