October 22, 2014

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Frances Mae Schieve

Schieve_FrancisFrances Mae Schieve (nee Dominick), 98, of North Ridgeville, went home to be with the Lord on Friday, February 14, 2014 at St. John Medical Center in Westlake. She was born in Greensboro, Alabama on January 19, 1916. Mrs. Schieve had been a resident of North Ridgeville since 1956.

She was a retired English and Reading teacher and had worked for both the North Ridgeville and Avon school districts. She was a member for many years of Christ the King Church in North Olmsted. Mrs. Schieve was a very kind person who lived life like it was always a new day.

She is survived by one daughter, Karen Schieve of San Francisco, California; one son, Jeff Schieve of Charlotte, North Carolina; two grandsons, Greg Schieve of Charlotte, North Carolina and Scott Schieve of Lenexa, Kansas; two great-grandchildren, Lillian and Holden Schieve; one nephew, Craig Paterson of Berea; and by two nieces, Maebeth Paterson of Berea and Debbie VanLuit of Aurora, Colorado.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Roger A. Schieve in 1993.

A graveside service will be held Friday, February 21, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. at West Park Cemetery, 3942 Ridge Rd., Cleveland. Pastor Tom Slater from Christ the King Church, will officiate.

Memorial contributions are suggested to the Missions Fund of Christ the King Church, 30635 Lorain Rd., N. Olmsted, OH 44070.

Liston Funeral Home, North Ridgeville, is serving the family. To leave an online condolence, please visit www.listonfuneralhome.com


  • Jane Bainbridge Trimble

    Mrs. Schieve was my fourth grade teacher at Wilcox Elementary. She left me with two very strong memories. That was the year John F Kennedy was killed. I remember the message coming over the loud speaker. We all sat in silence. The next message told us that he had died. Mrs. Schieve wept. I can still see her at that moment in time. And she also taught the class the song, “Swing Low Sweet Chariots”. It has forever since been my favorite. Thank you, sweet teacher, for not just teaching us book lessons but also life lessons. Go with God……

  • Scunnered

    Mrs. Schieve was, indeed, a sweet person and a great English teacher. I have thought of her many times over the years. Thank you, Mrs. Schieve. You’ve touched more lives than you could have ever known.