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Hali Schneider

November 22, 1966 - May 21, 2016


May 25, 2016
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel

Prayer Service

May 25, 2016
- 8:00 PM

Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel

Memorial Service

May 26, 2016
- 5:00 PM with a visitation one hour prior

Kindred Lutheran Church


Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel

Hali Schneider

November 22, 1966 - May 21, 2016


Hali Schneider of Kindred, ND passed away peacefully on May 21st, 2016, after a strong and courageous fight with cancer. She was surrounded by her family and close friends during the time of her passing.

Hali was born on November 22nd, 1966 in Fargo, ND. She was adopted by LeRoy and Shera Schneider of Verona, ND on January 13th, 1967. Hali attended Verona Public School and graduated in 1985 as Salutatorian of her class. She attended NDSU in Fargo, ND and was an active member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. She obtained a degree in both Business and Accounting, graduating with honors in 1990.

During college, Hali worked part-time for Western Paper and Great Plains Software. After graduating college in 1989, Hali took a full-time position at Great Plains Software. She quickly elevated herself to managing various groups at Great Plains and was well known for her excellent management style, empathy and support of her teams. In 2000, Hali accepted a position at Midland National Life and obtained the position of Assistant Vice-President of Information Technology. She will always be remembered as a dedicated, hard-working person with excellent management talents.

Hali loved attending sporting events at NDSU and Kindred, shopping, reading Nicholas Sparks books, traveling, spending time at the lakes and music. She was an active church member, Sunday School teacher, and member of both the Board of Education and Fellowship Committee.

On December 29th, 1989, Hali married Jon Brademeyer, also of Verona, ND. Hali and Jon were high school sweet-hearts and dated each other for 8 years before being married. Hali and Jon were seldom far from each other and truly enjoyed being married to their one true love and best friend. They lived in Fargo, ND from 1989. In 1999, then moved to Oxbow, ND. In 2010 they moved from Oxbow to Kindred, ND.

On October 6th, 1997, Hali gave birth to her first child, Kayla Brademeyer. On July 24th, 2000, Hali became a mother for the second time with the birth of Paige Brademeyer. Hali always put her children first and truly loved being a parent. She was always active in their lives and they were very special to her. Hali also loved her dog, Abby, who followed her everywhere.

From diagnosis until her last moments, Hali fought hard to keep life as normal as possible for her family and friends. She is the strongest person we have ever known.

Hali is survived by her husband Jon Brademeyer (Kindred, ND) and their 2 daughters Kayla and Paige Brademeyer (Kindred, ND); Parents LeRoy and Shera Schneider (Kindred, ND). Hali was preceded in death by her brother Robin Schneider (Verona, ND).

Visitation will be held at Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel in Kindred, ND from 6pm-8pm, Wednesday, May 25th, 2016, with a prayer service at 8pm. Funeral Service will be held at Kindred Lutheran Church at 5:00pm on Thursday, May 26th, 2016 with a visitation one hour prior. Family and Friends are encouraged to join us for food and conversation following the services at Kindred Lutheran Church.


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26 responses to “Hali Schneider”

  1. Carla Engen says:

    To Hali’s family and friends my deepest condolences! I have not see Hali in awhile and did not realize her battle. Hali was my first supervisor at Great Plains Software and she was a fantastic supervisor and friend! When
    I think of Hali I remember her mischievous smile and her kind ways. She was a wonderful person and I hope that soon the deep grief you are feeling will be softened by wonderful memories of her.

  2. Joni Elliott says:

    Hali was humble, kind and selfless. I was fortunate to have known her, prayers to her beautiful daughters and Jon.

  3. Bonnie Peterson Hintzman says:

    Out Deepest Sympathy goes out to everyone of you. Hali was one very special person and touched many people in her short time here with us. She will be waiting in heaven for each you. She was such a joy to be around when she worked at the ASCS Office it was unreal that we would be make the same comment on things. Words can not take the hurt and emptiness away but remember we are thinking and praying for you so that one day sooner than later you will be filled with all the great memories.
    It is always hard to see a child go, or mother & wife at such a young age. One thing that mom was told and I always think of it at times like this is: When you pick flowers for a bouquet don’t you pick some young as well as ones in full blossom? The Lord does the same.
    God Bless all of you.

  4. Teresa Braaten says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Hali’s passing. I hadn’t heard of her battle with cancer and just saw her for the first time since college a couple of year’s ago at a sporting event. Hali is one of those people I will always remember … someone who touches your heart. She was a beautiful woman inside and out and her lovely smile and memory will live on in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  5. Peggy Kukuk says:

    With deepest sympathy!!! I worked with Hali for the last four years and I wish miss here terribly. She was an inspiration to me and I admire her greatly.

  6. Tillie and Dennis Jensen says:

    Sorry for your loss, Jon, Shera, Leroy and family.

  7. Janis Kirsch says:

    Jon, Kayla and Paige. I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Hali when she was a work study student at Social Sciences in Minard Hall. She made such an impression then as a young student; I knew there were great things ahead for her, the greatest of which was you.

    You all are in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

  8. Dan Hage says:

    I worked with Hali at Sammons and just recently was able to interact with her more closely this past year. We had a few chances to speak about our families and personal lives but I could immediately tell she had a warmth and genuineness to her. Her love for her family was very evident.

    She had opportunities to share with me her struggle with cancer but never did. I very much admire that about her. I believe that says a lot of her character and who she was as a person to persevere with a positive attitude and dedication to her work.

    It was an honor to have known her. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.


    Dan Hage

  9. Cindy (Hanson) McDonald says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with Hali’s family and all whose lives she touched. I probably hadn’t seen Hali since our high school days, but I remember her to always have a smile on her face, a positive attitude and a welcoming disposition.
    I wish for all mourning Hali’s death a sense of peace as they walk through this difficult time. May God guide you and give you strength.

  10. Sue Clynick says:

    Neighbors with her Aunt, Uncle and cousins,the Filegars, I remember Hali as the most beautiful baby ever and it seems she grew to be just as beautiful in looks in spirit in her life that followed.
    My condolences to your family.

  11. Babs Coler says:

    Hali was an amazing leader at Great Plains Software. She will be remembered for having a huge heart and so full of kindness. My deepest sympathy to you, Jon and to your kids. May you feel God holding you tightly in his arms. I wish I could take away the pain left by your loss.

  12. E John & Brenda Carlson says:

    Dear Jon and Family;

    We are out in HI and just read of Hali’s passing. We can’t express how shocked and saddened we are and want to extend our most sincere condolences to you. We can’t even imagine how difficult this must be for you all. May you find peace in your faith. We so regret we will be unable to attend the funeral in Kindred.

  13. Bonnie and Buddy Maley says:

    Our very deepest sympathy to each of you during this very sad time. We are so very sad that Hali had this terrible journey of cancer. Reading about her one finds true love that she had for the beautiful daughters that she and Jon shared. A love of a high school sweetheart, and wonderful parents. She gave her all and now will continue only in a different place.
    God bless and help all of you.

  14. Dr. Charly Stansbery and Enderlin Vet Clinic staff says:

    We knew Hali as a loving person who would do anything for her furry family member Abby. She was a wonderful person with a warm heart. We send our prayers to her family and friends.

  15. Neal and Colleen (McCann) McCoy says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. May your wonderful memories bring you peace during this very sad time.

  16. Pam Elhoff says:

    I had the great privilege of working with Hali at Sammons. Although I never met her in person, her warmth and amazing spirit came through in brightly on our many conference calls. She was so organized and made the lives of all her business partners so much easier. We would have never guess that she was struggling with illness because she was always in a great mood, very positive and extremely responsive.

    I am so very sorry to each family member. I can only imagine your great loss because I’m sure that she was just as amazing in her personal life as she was in her professional life. She made many lives better because she was in them. You must be so proud of how hard she fought to win the battle.

    I pray for peace and that your memories will bring you comfort. Please know that your sorrow is shared by many others.

    With deepest sympathy,

    Pam Elhoff

  17. Ashley Steffl says:

    I have been thinking about all of you this week and have spent a lot of time praying for you all. You will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. The last weekend was very special to me and I was honored to have the opportunity to put a smile on her face at such a time in her life. May you find peace knowing that she is pain free and in a better place than we can imagine. Make sure to take the time to celebrate her life as it was full of love and happy memories. NURSE ASHLEY

  18. Vicki Glander says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you Jon, Kayla and Paige in the loss of Hali. Cherish all the memories that you made. She is your guardian angel watching over you.

  19. Scott Deutsch says:

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to all your family and friends!

  20. Bonnie Lloyd says:

    John, Kayla and Paige, I have you in my prayers. Hali is the most wonderful person I have ever met. I always admired her heart and only wish I could be that same loving person she was. The Lord gives us life and takes us home to him. She will always be with you in many ways. Sincerely, Bonnie Lloyd.

  21. Christy Dick says:

    So sad!😢 our heartfelt sympathy goes to Hali’s family.

  22. Renae (Jensen) Kerr says:

    Jon & family, I am so sorry to hear about Hali. I have been praying for you all since I heard and will continue to lift you up to God. I pray that he will comfort you and give you peace. I know that Hali is safe and without pain in God’s arms. I don’t think I’ve seen her since high school, but I know she was a wonderful person then and continued to be. God bless you.

  23. Cindy Lee says:

    Jon and family- I worked with Hali in Fargo at Sammons. She was such an amazing woman on both a professional and personal level. She was so kind, compassionate, and dedicated. Talking with Hali was always the highlight of my day. She and I shared many a laugh and stories about our families; she loved her family so deeply and was so proud of Kayla and Paige. She was brave and strong beyond measure in facing cancer. I feel blessed to have been able to work with and learn from her and to be able to call her a friend. I am praying for comfort and peace your family and offer my condolences on the loss of a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, and friend.

  24. Fay (Pierson) Lemke says:

    I knew Hali as a loving person who was very loyal to her family and friends. She was a wonderful person with a warm heart and always had a big smile on her beautiful face. My prayers to her family whom she loved so very much.

  25. Joe Franklin says:

    Matthew 5:4. God Bless you all.

  26. M. Hook says:

    I am truly sorry for your loss. Although I did not know your loved one personally, my heart goes out to you during this very difficult time. In times like this I have found comfort in God’s promises recorded at Revelation 21:4 & John 5:28,29, where it is promised that the sting of sickness & death will be done away with but that our loved one is safe in God’s memory and we will be able to be reunited with them again. These promises may seem unrealistic because of what we experience now, but I hope that knowing our loving Heavenly Father longs to do these things (Job 14:14,15) I hope these scriptures & brochure below can bring you some comfort until these promises are fulfilled.


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