Anne Christine Schneck

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Anne Christine Schneck, 46, of Colorado Springs, CO, died June 7, in her home. Born September 25, 1972, she was the daughter of Janice Ann (Frett) Schneck and Frederick Albert Schneck, Jr. of Clinton, Iowa. Never happy in a job that did not assist those less fortunate than herself, Anne worked in the Colorado Springs area as a social worker. She was also passionate for the musical and theatrical arts, having been active in various theater groups and choirs for much of her life. Her singing was particularly beautiful; a voice which can never be forgotten.

A single mom, the light of her life was her beloved son, Joseph.

In her early adulthood, Anne was active in local Iowa and Illinois theater, taking on a number of roles at the Clinton Showboat and elsewhere, including the role of Mother Superior in musical Sound of Music at the Circa 21 Theater. She assisted in the formation of a Christian acting troop in Clinton, for local high school students, to inspire them further in the arts. She was also active in the church choir for Prince of Peace Parish in Clinton. During these years, she was employed working for the Salvation Army in Sterling, Illinois. Her dramatic soprano voice was heard at many weddings, often featuring a rich solo of Ave Maria. Her siblings remember especially the beauty of her singing around the house with her mother, Janice.

Enjoying travel with her son, visits to the Garden of the Gods, Crystal Cavern, Gettysburg, were among her fondest memories. And, she especially loved theme parks - the rollercoasters, the atmosphere of many of the parks, and the lazy river rides, but by the end of the day it always the rollercoasters that called her back.

In 2010, Anne moved to Colorado Springs, an attempt at a new lease on life following the passing of her parents. Ever enthralled by her memories of vacations past, she loved the mountains, the people, and the atmosphere of Colorado. While in Colorado she completed her degree in social work and in that vocation worked in a number of projects for those in need, including working for a food bank, for low income housing, and providing care for at risk children. She found joy in helping the most marginalized and vulnerable.

Anne had a special love of angels, collecting statues and art that reminded her of the angels among us. She very much enjoyed reading, especially stories of mystery, adventure, and romance. She loved animals of every kind, especially cats, and found comfort in their company.

Preceded in death by her parents, Anne is survived by her beloved son, Joseph, her four brothers -- Eric Schneck of Huntsville, AL, Greg Schneck of Yorktown, VA, Paul Schneck of Deatsville, AL, Stephen Schneck of Washington, DC, her aunts Virginia Yoder of Aurora, IL, and Georgia Clifton, of Deatsville, AL, and her uncle, Richard Frett of Camanche, IA. Services will be held in Clinton, Iowa, at a later date.
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Sister Hilary Mullanly, OSF
Jun 26, 2019
Anne was a student of mine at Mount St. Clare in Clinton and shared a role in "My Fair Lady" on the Clinton Showboat one summer.
I loved Anne for her lovely voice and her real dedication to the arts. Her love of her son was so sincere and loving. I am sorry her life has so soon closed.
The family will be in my prayers along with my Franciscan sisters.
Therese Ford
Jun 25, 2019
glad to have had you in my life. You are missed. Much love to your family.
Kimberly Boyjisky
Jun 21, 2019
Prayers to the family and to your son Joe. Anne, I am going to miss you so much. You will always be in my heart. You had such a beautiful voice and a pretty smile. We shared many memories. May you rest in peace dear friend.
Kim Willis
Jun 21, 2019
I hope you are singing with angels Anne. My thoughts and prayers for healing to the family.
Dawn Wulf
Jun 21, 2019
I keep looking at your picture and can't believe your gone. I will miss you and our chats. I hope your at peace and happy now. My deepest condolences to your son and family. Until we meet again dear friend.. Arrivederci
Matthew Mueller
Jun 20, 2019
May God rest your soul and you will have eternal life. Life is precious my friends and follow your heart..
Sarah (Yellman) Jacoby
Jun 20, 2019
So many memories of Anne. She was a very special person with a huge, compassionate heart. My condolences to her family. I truly wish peace for her in heaven.
tracy selser
Jun 20, 2019
You are going to be so deeply missed Anne I have so many memories clear back to your parents and my grandma schultz playing cards and church events Deepest condolances and love to your family and son. You are definately an angel among us
Shirley
Jun 20, 2019
You will never be forgotten. You will away be in my heart and you always been a good friend. Prayers for your family's.
Joanna Carpe
Jun 20, 2019
My thoughts and my prayers are with your family. Our friendship began in high school. I will always fondly remember working with Anne in theatre there. Her smile and her laughter could lift any spirit. It is no surprise that she dedicated her life to helping others. My deepest condolences to you all.
Holli Wilkerson
Jun 18, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with your son and family. I was so sorry to hear of Anne’s passing
Dawn (Kyarsgaard)Kaffenberger
Jun 18, 2019
Anne and I we’re good friends.We spent time together with our children and when I got married Anne’s gift to us was singing at our wedding. Her voice was so beutiful. She will truly be missed
Lori Morgan - Wright
Jun 18, 2019
Anne, I will miss u forever my greatest friend. I’m blessed to have so many wonderful memories of our friendship and years of laughter and adventure together. You will always be in my heart. My condolences to the Schneck siblings and family and most of all your son.
Carolyn Ziegler
Jun 18, 2019
My prayers and condolences on the loss of your sister,Ann.I accompanied her many times as soloistcat funerals.May she be at peace.A Mass will be celebrated for Ann at Our Lady of the Snows Shrune in Belleville,Is ❤️✝️