Obituary of Maureen A. Schnorr
Maureen A. Schnorr, 63, born in Rochester, NY and resided in Webster, NY passed away on April 26, 2023 following a courageous battle with Multiple Myeloma. She is predeceased by her parents, Louis A. Schnorr, Jr. and Beverly M. (Yaeckel) Schnorr. She is survived by her sister Susan (Bill) Schnorr-Clugston, brother Mark (Lisa) Schnorr, niece Nicole (Josh) Martens, nephew Derek Schnorr, nieces Maria Schnorr and Katie Schnorr, grand-niece Isabelle Martens, aunt Carol (Leonard) Johnson, aunt Midge Yaeckel and numerous cousins. Maureen is also survived by her beloved dogs, Sophia and Teddy. They adored her and will miss her greatly.
Maureen is lovingly remembered and will be dearly missed by all. She was known by many as “MoMo” and was “Aunt MoMo” to her nieces, nephew, and the children of her dear friends. She had a special place in her heart for animals and fostered many dogs in partnership with Duffy’s Friends. She was loved by all and was always there to take on even the most challenging dogs or spend Saturdays at adoption day events.
She had a fondness for the local arts and festivals, and she was a great supporter of local businesses. On most Saturdays during the summer, you could find her at the Rochester Public Market where she would find unique gifts and foods. She volunteered at Blackfriars, Geva and the Rochester Jazz Festival, just to name a few of the many organizations that benefited from her generosity over the years. She had an adventurous spirit, loved to travel, spend time with family at Black Lake and she even had her pilot’s license in her younger days!
Maureen was a devout Catholic and her faith was a very important part of her life. She was an active member of St. Andrew’s Church on Portland Avenue until its closing, when she moved to Church of the Annunciation until her illness forced her to attend mass online. She was active in leading youth groups from an early age and traveled with them to Kentucky to serve underprivileged communities. She also led youth group retreats at the Trappist Monastery in Piffard, NY. She dedicated her professional life to human service, working many years for Catholic Charities and more recently as a service coordinator for Unlimited Care and Angels in Your Home, where she coordinated home care services for people in need.
Special thanks to Dr. Keyan Zarei and the entire team on the 6th floor at the Wilmot Cancer Center at Strong Memorial Hospital for their amazing care for Maureen.
Maureen will rest at Resurrection Garden Mausoleums at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery near her parents, Beverly and Louis Schnorr, Jr.
Calling hours are scheduled 4-7 pm Friday April 28 at Falvo Funeral Home 1295 Fairport 9 Mile Point Road, Webster NY 14580. A Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00 am Saturday, April 29 at Church of the Annunciation, 1760 Norton Street, Rochester, NY 14609.
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