John Scotch Schiller, Sr., 57 passed away on June 12, 2018. He was born January 14, 1961 in Dallas, Texas to Richard and Ann Schiller.
He is preceded in death by his parents and ex-wife, Lori Schiller.
John is survived by his son, Scot Schiller, Jr. (Marsha Lanning) of Rockport, Texas; daughters, Sherry Kemp of Bastrop, Texas, Crystal Schiller of Rockport, Texas; brothers, Richard Schiller, Jr., Martin Schiller; sister, Clarissa “Kitta” Bennett; 10 grandchildren, Layne, Elizabeth, Kaylee, Brendon, Zakry, Neveah, Aniya, Elijah, Zayden and Jaleah.
A celebration of life will be held at 2:00p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018 at Charlie Marshall Funeral Home in Aransas Pass, Texas.
John will truly be missed. Our thoughts and prayers for him and his family. He was devoted to Bayhouse and all the owners.
Joe and Marilyn EbromFloresville, TX
John has been a great friend that was always there to help us. So friendly and trusting like a true friend always is. We will miss him very much..
Hank and Trudy DecuirSUNRISE BEACH, TX
John was always very helpful to Kay and I at Bay House. Our condolences to his family.
Leo & Kay TillerLuling, TX
John was always warm and friendly and went out of his way to be kind and helpful! He will be missed very much! I'm happy to have known him. Blessings to his family and friends.
Sharon HowardCuero, TX
John will be missed; I was sorry to read about his passing. Love and prayers to all of John's family; his "office family" of Pam and Ed, BH board and owners. I remember his first days at Bay House and he had many challenges while there but always seemed to do his best for us. Thank you John for what you did for Bill and I.
Mary Jane CrabillAustin, TX
John will be truly missed. He was such a big help before the storm, but was even more of a help to us after Harvey. I know he is still watching from Heaven as the rebuilding continues. Our prayers are with the family, Pam and Ed.
Lolly and Lewis BorgfeldCibolo, TX
John was a very special person, always friendly and helpful. He cared about Bay House and the people. I will miss him a great deal. It seemed that he treated us like his friends. I am so sad that we lost John but very happy that we got to know him these last 8 years. I will always remember him fondly. My thoughts are with his family members.
Gail McClanahanLeander, TX
John was always so good to my sister, Sheila Tronsdal, when she came to the condo. He was a hard worker, friendly, and had smiles for everyone. My condolences to his family.
Sharon WrightBuda, TX
im honored to have been his friend he will forever be in my heart
eduardo s naranjorockport, TX
We just returned from Rockport today. Got a message while we there that John had passed. Spent some time with Pam and Scot yesterday. So sorry to hear, and our thoughts and prayers are with his entire family and friends. So long for now John!!
Steve and Cookie EppsKaty, TX
We are so sorry to hear about the passing of John. He was always there for us when we needed him at Bayhouse. John was very kind & a hard worker. He will be greatly missed. Family, Pam & Ed are in our thoughts & prayers, Joyce Sykora; Sonya & James Wright
Joyce SykoraLake Jackson, TX
John was a great friend to us. He always greeted us with a smile and took care of our property at Bayhouse. Last conversation we had together he was sitting in the golf cart bringing us up to speed and he was so thankful to support us! Prayers to his family. We will miss John and his jokes!
Michaeln Lizz SalmonRockport, TX
John has been a real friend to Donna and me during his years at Bayhouse. ..always willing to do whatever was asked of him, and cheerful to talk to. We'll miss him, and we wish his entire family and friends well.
Rick and Donna GlassettSugar Land, TX
Our deepest sympathy to the family! John was a true asset to Bayhouse Condos and will be greatly missed!
Thomas & Pama HencerlingVictoria, TX
Robbie PriceHouston, TX
We have lost a truly wonderful person. John was devoted to bayhouse condos and we have lost a friend. My sympathies to all his loved ones.
Robbie PriceWHouston, TX