November 16, 1948 – April 15, 2021
Daniel Calvin Schubert peacefully entered the gates of Heaven and into the arms of Jesus on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at the Christine Morrison Hospice in Mission. He was born at MSA Hospital on November 16, 1948.
Dan will always be loved by his wife Connie (Rempel) Schubert, daughter; Naomi (Paul) Wicki, grandchildren Hannah and Sam; daughter Amy Lindeman, grandchildren Benjamin, Abi and Aria; son Dan Jr. (Anna-Lisa) Schubert, grandchildren Moses, Molly, Izzy and Jet; siblings Ruth (Ross) Millard, Lois (Glen) Pattison, Harold (Pat McCloy) Schubert, Rod (Ann) Schubert, Debbie (Ron) Miller as well as other family and many friends.
He was predeceased by his father Alfred Schubert; mother Lydia Schubert and mother-in-law Barbara Rempel.
A private Graveside Service was held on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at the Hatzic Cemetery. The family invites you to watch the service at https://www.legacystreaming.com/dignity-mission/
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Seeds of Hope a home for orphaned children in Zambia. seedsofhopecm.com.
Dan made many trips to Ndola, Zambia to volunteer as a plumber with Seeds of Hope! Dan was involved in Cedar Valley Mennonite Church, Northside Community Church and most recently Northview Community Church.
Dan served the community as a plumber and owner of Schubert Plumbing and Heating for 40 years. He enjoyed quietly serving and helping people in a variety of ways in the different churches he attended.
Once he retired, he had time to become creative in the shop on his son’s property. Many people have enjoyed his creations. Mountain biking was an enjoyment for the past 25 years even until this past year of dealing with a terminal brain tumor. He discovered that an e-bike was the answer to climbing steep hills.
Traveling to many places of the world was always in the back of his mind and he often planned the next one before leaving from the most current place. Family and friends will miss his quiet gentle spirit, his smile, his love of enjoying his family, especially his grandkids.
See you soon sweetie!
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