Donald A. Schriber

East Tawas, Michigan
December 2, 1931 - October 27, 2018

Services

According to Donald's wishes, a private family celebration of life will held. Interment will take place in Greenwood Cemetery in East Tawas, Michigan. Online condolences may be offered at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com

Obituary Notice

Donald Ashley Schriber, 86, of East Tawas, Michigan passed away Saturday, October 27, 2018 with family by his side at Iosco County Medical Care Facility in Tawas Township, Michigan.

Donald was born December 2, 1931 in Tawas City, Michigan to the late Ashley and Rose (nee Mochty) Schriber. He served in the United States ARMY during the Korean War until his honorable discharge. Donald married the former Lillian Eloise Bolen on May 17, 1958 in East Tawas, Michigan and together they raised five children, Donald, Jayne, Tom, Lil, and Lynda. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, golfing, snowmobiling, piloting airplanes, spending time watching the birds, enjoying the water and trees in nature.

Donald is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Lillian; children, Donald (Susan) Schriber, Jayne (Joe) Cotter, Tom (Jennifer) Schriber, Lil (Rob) Jackson, Lynda (Jeremy) McClellan; siblings, Joan Bissonette, James “Sonny” Schriber, Pat Schriber, Mary Ellen Hughes; twelve grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.

Private family services will be held. Interment will take place in Greenwood Cemetery in East Tawas, Michigan. Online condolences may be offered at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com

Cemetery

Greenwood Cemetery, East Tawas, Michigan

Condolences

I've been thinking today about all the fun times we had together as cousins - the beach, the pool, making up dances to Michael Jackson songs, baseball, being at uncle Don and Aunt Lil's after school, laughing at his dry sense of humor, crying when I slid into and dented his yellow truck with my car when I was staying there and how sweet both were when I told them.

So sorry for your loss Schriber family. Prayers that God will comfort you all during this time. Also that the precious memories will be in the forefront of your minds. Love you all!
— Jennifer Hetherington
Prayers for the Schriber Family. My Uncle Don was a person of integrity and had a wonderful sense of humor. What I remember most of him was that he couldn't tell if it was Amy or Ann so he called us Twin. Whenever he would see us he would say, "hi twin how are you doing?" Uncle Don would never guess which one it was. I loved that about him and it always made me smile. I also love that he and Aunt Lil were always there for us in our younger days and after and their family has been such a great attribute to the Tawas Area Community. We will miss you Uncle Don. Rest in Peace. Amy
— Amy Wood Dehner
So sad to hear about the passing of Uncle Don. I am grateful I got to see him over the past year as well as some of my cousins and Aunt Lil. One of my memories of your dad is him calling me "twin". Since we were young, he was never quite sure if I was Ann or Amy. Your dad had a great sense of humor. I can see Uncle Don being greeted by Jesus with the words "well done good and faithful servant". My prayers are with all of you and may God surround you with his Peace and Comfort during this time of loss. Sending my love and hugs. In deepest sympathy, Ann
— Ann Turk
To the Schriber Family, Thinking of you during this time of loss. Praying for the good memories and smiles (and laughs... I know your family is good at that) to warm your heart at this time. Love to you all,

Toni and Scott Lehr
— Toni Lehr
So sorry for your great loss Schriber family. Praying for peace and comfort. He will be dearly missed. Rest in His infinite peace Uncle Don. Love to all.
Julie Carroll & Family
— Julie
My Prayers are for my family for this loss of an honorable man. I grew up with him always telling me stories of him fishing or him piloting his planes. I loved him dearly and i'm happy that I got to call him my grandpa. He will be missed very much but I know that he is in a better place. And hopefully someday soon I will get to see him again.
— Chase Jackson
Lillian and all Schriber families, Thinking of you all and may you find comfort and strength in knowing that you are in the hearts and thoughts of those who care. Sorry for your loss. Love, Norm and Marian
— Norm and Marian Charters
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of great loss.
— Jerry Wontorcik & Kari Bade
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
— Kathy & Geoff Hinman & Jim DeRosia
We are so very sorry to hear of Mr Schriber’s passing. Our prayers for all the family ! We fondly remember him from our younger days ...may he Rest In Peace.
— John and Mary Bouchard.

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