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Glenn Edward Schneider - February 27, 2014


Glenn “Buster” Edward Schneider II was born on Aug. 18, 1950, to Glenn Edward Schneider and Doris “Dottie” (Felzien) Schneider, in Saint Francis, Kan. 
Buster married Sherry Brunswig in 1974 and to this union three beautiful girls, StarAnna Sue, Julie Renae and Malinda Bell, were born.
He graduated high school and was a supreme athlete in sports including wrestling, football and track.
Buster served in the Army and was in active duty during the Vietnam War from Feb. 20, 1971 until April 2, 1971. He was honorably discharged and awarded a purple heart due to his courageous acts while serving on the front line.
He was known for his work on oil rigs, as a farm hand, for custom hay stacking, as a brick layer, pig farmer and bar and grill owner in Saint Francis, Kan., named “The Wood Shed.”
Buster died on Feb. 17, 2014, at age 63 in his home in Wauneta, Neb.
He is survived by his mother Dottie of Atwood, Kan.; daughters StarAnna and husband Jason Elijah of Tallmadge, Ohio, Julie and husband Aaron Stebbins of Liberty, Mo., and Malinda and husband Ross McBee of Archie, Mo. Buster was blessed with five grandchildren: DeAndrea, Bryce, Kaden, Waylon and Emma.
Buster was preceded in death by his father Glenn, brother Jerry and grandchild David.
Memorial services were held Friday morning, Feb. 21, 2014, 10:30 a.m. (MT) at the Redeemer Lutheran Church of Wauneta, with Pastor Keith Wellman officiating.
Inurnment followed at the Eden Missionary Cemetery, rural Wauneta.
There was no visitation as Buster chose cremation.
A memorial has been established in his memory.
Online condolences can be left at liewerfuneralhome.com
Liewer Funeral Home of Wauneta was in charge of arrangement.