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Leo Schreiner

February 23, 2017

Memorial Service - Saturday

March 04, 2017
- 2:00pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center


Boulger Funeral Home

Leo Schreiner

February 23, 2017


Leo Schreiner, 85, passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at Sanford Palliative Care.

He was born July 5, 1931, served in the Navy and retired from the ND Air National Guard.

His life long career was in the plumbing field. He started P&H Supply, retiring in 1993. He continued doing plumbing services until his health issued prevented him.

Leo was a member of St Mark’s Lutheran Church, VFW, and the Harwood American Legion.

He is survived by his wife, Phyllis; sons: Danny (Beth), Jamie (Kristi), and Jeff (Ellen); daughters: Debbie Schreiner, Jodi Schreiner, Jill Schreiner, Noreen (Clayton) Langston and Rita (Steven) Reitan; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; brothers: Alfred, Alphonse, Tony, Charles, and Jimmy; and many nieces and nephews.

Leo is preceded in death by his parents, brothers: John, Benny, Eugene, Elmer; and sisters: Theresa, Annie and Katie.

Special thank you to Sanford Palliative Care, VA Center/Home Care, Sanford Dialysis staff and family.

There will be a memorial service at 2:00 PM on Saturday, March 4 at Boulger Funeral Home with a visitation one hour prior.




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17 responses to “Leo Schreiner”

  1. Mel and Elaine Bennefeld says:

    Very sorry to hear that Leo has passed on, he was a good friend and our best plumber for many years.

  2. Tom Larson says:

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to Leo’s family. Leo was a good person and a great Happy Hooligan. He will be missed!

    Tom Larson
    retired Happy Hooligan

  3. Roger Burley says:

    Leo was the one of my favorite friends in the plumbing industry. I will miss Leo.

  4. Dave Harmon says:

    Leo will be missed. We had him to the house a few times to do some plumbing. I’ll always remember standing at the Auger Inn bar chatting with him over a beer. I believe he was a very kind soul.

  5. Gregg Schuler says:

    Condolences to Leo’s family & friends.
    Leo was one of my best manager/mentors in the plumbing industry.
    R.I.P. my friend.

  6. Norm & Becky Nyland says:

    Leo will be missed. It was always so good to see him at the club.

  7. Linda Graalum says:

    My love and prayers to all the family. We had some great times back when Jamie and Todd played hockey together. May God’s loving arms embrace you today and in the difficult days ahead. God Bless.

  8. Christine Cote says:

    We loved you uncle Leo

  9. Paige Smith says:

    Sorry to hear of Leo’s passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to Phyllis and the whole Schreiner family. All of you Schreiners are like family to us Smith’s. We will always have great memories from our past. R.I.P. Dear Leo. Paige Smith

  10. Russ and Peg Severson says:

    Rest In Peace Leo. Our deepest sympathies to all of the family. Especially Jodi who was always a dear friend to our daughter Shawn. Blessings to all.

  11. Kecia (Softing) Freed says:

    Dearest Schreiners, I’m so sad to hear about Leo. My memories are from long ago, but I remember him being a good-natured, good-hearted man. Thinking of all of you now!!

  12. Wayne Mercil says:

    I will miss talking to Leo while visiting at the Auger inn. He was a wonderful person from a great family. RIP my friend.

  13. Doug and Joan Warnecke says:

    Phyllis and family. With extend to you our deepest sympathy on Leo’s passing. He was a loyal, proud Happy Hooligan. While I first met Leo at thru the Guard – our relationship grew over the years while he owned P&J Plumbing. When our home burned in 1989 Leo was of great assistance in providing our plumbing supply source. Leo and Phyllis contacted me to purchase their new home on Elm Street – and I recall how happy they were on move-in day!

    Additionally, we shared several special times at he Harwood Legion, where Leo was a 56 year member. I delivered his 50 year membership certificate to him. We visited for a short time. The last time we visited was in Hornbacher’s about 2 years ago, where he told me he was on his way to a dialysis treatment.

    God Speed my friend.

  14. laurie trevino says:

    Always a smile on his face, God Bless, and to all of the kids and grandkids,just love. forever, love, L.

  15. Terry and Sharon Jacobson says:

    Leo was a good man and a mentor to many in the Civil Engineering Squadron at NDANG. Thoughts and prayers to Leo’s family. May he rest in peace.

  16. Tom Polkinghorn says:

    I was saddened to hear about Leo. We worked together for many years at the Air Guard, and solved many problems at the Auger Inn. Leo was a heck of a guy who I was proud to call a friend. My prayers are with his family.

  17. Gene Glessing says:

    RIP,Leo you will always be remembered as a PROUD Civil Engineering Happy Hooligan. Prayers to Leo’s family.

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