Grieve not, nor speak of me with tears, but laugh and talk of me as if I were beside you.
  • 39 years old
  • Born on February 26, 1973 in Wichita Falls, Texas, United States.
  • Passed away on September 22, 2012 in Titusville, Florida, United States.

Jeremy R. Schuchert, 39 of Rockledge, FL.,  passed away peacefully with his family at his side on Sep.22, 2012  after a tenacious battle with cancer.

Jeremy worked for Southern Healthcare Management LLC as a Nursing Home Administrator prior to his illness.  He was highly respected by all who knew him and worked with him. He graduated from James Madison University  with a degree in Medical Administration. 

He married Lynda Harlow on May 21, 2005 in Cocoa Beach, FL. They have one son, Jack Robert Schuchert.

He loved baseball and visited more than 160 ballparks .He was an ardent Pittsburgh Pirate fan. Jeremy was also very involved with the Special Olympics softball in Virginia. Even though he was suffering from the disease, Lynda and he would make the trip to Bedford, Virginia  every year to be with his beloved Special Olympics Softball team.

Jeremy is survived by his wife Lynda, his son Jack, his father James and stepmother Pamela, his Grandmother Dorothy Schuchert, Grandfather James Mitchell, Brother Joshua Schuchert and uncles John Schuchert, Robert Mitchell and James Mitchell. His mother Betty, his Grandfather Robert Schuchert  and his Grandmother Irene Mitchell preceded him in death.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you please consider making a contribution to his infant son’s trust fund by sending your check to Jack Robert Schuchert, 1425 Golfview Dr., Titusville, FL 32780.

Tax deductible contributions may also be made out to the American Cancer Society and sent to the same address. They will be credited to Team Jeremy at the Relay for Life.

Posted by Beverly Panarisi on 22nd September 2016
Cousin, I'm sorry we never had a chance to meet except on-line. Thinking of you & yours today... sending prayers.
Posted by Kelly Shippey on 25th October 2012
I was fortunate enough to work with Jeremy's father Jim for several years and although I did not know Jeremy I felt a kinship towards him. Jim is my dads age and I am Jeremy's age. Jim and I would share stories, jokes and bits of wisdom about our lives and he spoke often and fondly of both Jeremy and Josh. God Bless
Posted by Charlene Bittner on 20th October 2012
Jim, Josh & famlies I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts & prayers. Charlie
Posted by Sara Burson on 11th October 2012
Thank you for posting all of the photos of the family. I know Jeremy's uncle John (and Alan). I know how much they loved Jeremy and that they will miss him terribly. After seeing all of the photos, I feel that I know Jeremy even just a little bit. I hold all of the family in prayer.
Posted by David Philippart on 11th October 2012
All of us at St. Nicholas Church in Evanston, Illinois--John and Alan's parish--are holding Jeremy and the whole Schuchert family in our heart these sad days. We have been and will continue to pray for you all. May Jeremy rest in peace and rise in glory. Descansa en paz, Jeremias.
Posted by J. S. Parker Jones IV on 2nd October 2012
Worked with Jemery for a few years while he was with American HealthCare. He brought a sense of humor, knowledge, wisdom, and we can do it attitude that helped us get through a difficult and challenging time. His passing is a loss for all of us and our profession.
Posted by Shelly Milowe on 30th September 2012
“I have to remind myself that some birds aren't meant to be caged. Their feathers are just too bright. And when they fly away, the part of you that knows it was a sin to lock them up does rejoice. But still, the place you live in is that much more grey” Rest in peace Jeremy. I'm so thankful that you are free from pain and worry.
Posted by Beverly Panarisi on 29th September 2012
I'm so sorry I never had a chance to meet you in person cousin. From what I've read you were pretty terrific, we should all be so loved! Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. God bless you Jeremy.
Posted by Monique Francis on 28th September 2012
What a courageous spirit on earth that taught me so much about living to the fullest. I am so sorry to hear that a good friend has gone but I know he will forever be at peace. All that knew him will truly miss him but our memories will be with us forever. Prayers to all of his family and friends. God bless you all.
Posted by Betty Mennetti on 27th September 2012
"Jeremy was a good friend and an inspiration to everyone involved with our softball team, The Henrico Tornados. He, Linda, and Little Jack made every effort to journey by car to Bedford, VA in the springtime so Jeremy could play with our team. We will all (Athletes and Partners) miss him greatly." Paul Mennetti and Judd Burnette
Posted by Della Stamers Jordan on 27th September 2012
Dear Lynda, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Much love and many blessings!
Posted by Stephen Nassar on 25th September 2012
Lynda, I'm so sorry to hear of Jeremy's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. Blessings, Steve
Posted by Christy Long on 25th September 2012
Dear Lynda , I am So Sorry for Your Loss . I Know Jeremy is No Longer in pain . God Bless You Lynda & Jack . Please, Please , Let me Know if there is anything we can do for YOU . I Know you have a Fantastic Family , But if You need anything . please call 321-636-5661
Posted by Jim Mitchell on 25th September 2012
Dear Lynda, Please accept my sypathy and prayers for you at this time. I have many pleasant memories of Jeremy in his younger years. May comfort and strenghth be yours in the days ahead. Grandpa Mitchell
Posted by Jim Mitchell on 25th September 2012
Dear Jim and Pam: My sincere sympathy & parayers to you at this time. I have many pleasant memories of Jeremy & Josh at your home and ours. I am so sorry to of your fathers passing.I didn't know. If you ever get to PA, please stop. I would be glad to see you. May you find the courage & strength in the days ahead. He fought a good fight.
Posted by Aggie Matteo on 25th September 2012
Our deepest sympathy to the Schuchert and Harlow families. Jeremy fought the long and hard battle and we could see how his loving family was always there to support him. May his spirit and tenacity live on in little Jack. May Jeremy rest in peace and God Bless you all during this difficult time. Love, Aggie and Rocky
Posted by Robert Mitchell on 24th September 2012
Aunt Yu-Chih and I were saddened to hear of Jeremy's passing. He will always have a special place in our heart as a smart child, headstrong youngster, strong man and a wonderful nephew. He has been welcomed by his mother (my sister) into eternal peace that is hard for us to understand, but will someday experience. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Uncle Bob.
Posted by Lynn Johnson on 24th September 2012
Im lost for words im sorry to hear about Jeremy passing.Jeremy fought a good fight may God continue blessing youand Jack......Rest in peace Jeremy
Posted by Catherine Hicks on 24th September 2012
I am so sorry to hear about Jeremy's passing. I knew him from school in Virginia Beach. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. God Bless you!!
Posted by Karen Chasin on 24th September 2012
Although I only met Jeremy once, his courage and tenacity in fighting this terrible disease not only made an impression on inspired me to not feel sorry for myself and to be more grateful for the small blessings in life. I am so sad he lost his fight against cancer. I do know his wife Lynda and son Jack and will be praying for them for peace and comfort in these difficult days
Posted by Maureen Hughes on 24th September 2012
Jeremy was an inspiration to everyone whose life he touched. We know he is in a better place. Our hearts go out to Jim, Pam and their family. Pam, I am so sorry. May God bless you and your family and help you get through this time.
Posted by Mark Howard on 24th September 2012
Jeremy and family, I am truly heartbroken with the loss of my best friend; the only fair comparison is that he was a brother to me. Jeremy has been made my life better and knowing that the torch lives and burns brightly through Jack is a blessing to all of us. I will miss you Jeremy, and think of you and our great times together every day.
Posted by Janet Sosnowski on 24th September 2012
Jim, Thinking of you and your family. I can tell what a special person Jeremy was by reading the stories that have been posted. This is a great tribute and wonderful way for Jack to remember his Dad. May God Bless and comfort you during this difficult time.
Posted by Katie Eaton on 23rd September 2012
My love and prayers for you Lynda and Jack. Jeremy is a special person and always will be. His leadership, integrity, humor and intelligence were immediately known. I didn't know Jeremy as long as others but he affected me from the first day we met! He is my hero and always will be.
Posted by Tamara Leopold on 23rd September 2012
I am so sorry to hear of Jeremy's passing. He was a great physics partner in high school :) My thoughts and prayers are with his loving family. I hear the Pirates always win the world series in heaven...
Posted by Joe Steier on 23rd September 2012
To Jeremy's Friends and Family, We were all saddened @Signature Healthcare to hear that Jeremy lost his courageous battle with cancer.His ties with our team go way back to American HC days & his service to the Revolution with our team was a blessing at both locations..His appetite for knowledge, his zest for life, & his courage w/o fear inspired our team very much.
Posted by Carol Coggsdale on 23rd September 2012
I will always remember the fun cookouts and whiffleball games in Doswell, VA. Lynda and Jack, I am so very sorry for your loss, and my prayers and love are with you and your family. I know you have many wonderful memories, and it is so nice that many are shared on this site, especially through the beautiful photos.
Posted by Kathy Baranyai on 23rd September 2012
I'm so sorry. Thinking of all of you. I love this memorial site, what a fantastic way for Jack to be able to remember his father and all the witty and interesting things he did. Take care.
Posted by Jessie Caldwell on 23rd September 2012
I don't know Jeremy, but my heart is with Lynda and her son. LITP.
Posted by Ellen Page on 22nd September 2012
I worked with Jeremy at Anchor Care and it was the best time when he was there, he really cared. Jeremy had asked my daughter Elizabeth to do sign language at his "Celebration of Life" 2 yrs ago as he sang and played the guitar to his son Jack. Lynda we are so sad to here that Jeremy is gone.....
Posted by Julie Katepalli on 22nd September 2012
Jim & Family, I am so very sorry Jim for your families loss. Just reading your stories gave me goosebumps upon goosebumps. Your family is the true meaning of family and your love for one another will be instilled in Jack's heart and be passed on forever. Much love and prayers to you. all.
Posted by Kelly Ferguson on 22nd September 2012
This is a very sad day for me to hear of a dear friend's husband passing away at such a young age due to cancer! I want to tell you that I am very sorry for your loss Lynda and little Jack, but know that Jeremy will be right there by your side with every move that you make! My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family! May God bless you and yours! Take care!
Posted by Timothy Rice on 22nd September 2012
it was 9 years ago in 2003 that jeremy and i played with each other in the tornado's line-up i am very crushed that my friend jeremy is gone god bless him rest in peace jeremy i will miss you

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