February 22, 1926 ~ November 17, 2018

Born in: Denver, Colorado
Resided in: Lakewood, Colorado

Mary Louise Schroer passed away on November 17, 2018 in Denver, Colorado. She was 92 years old. She was predeceased by her loving husband of 59 years, Charles J. Schroer and her parents George and Josephine Cramton.
Louise was born in Denver, grew up in Wheat Ridge, and later lived in Lakewood. She attended Wheat Ridge High School and became a member of the Wheat Ridge Farmers alumni group. She also attended Loretto Heights College and Denver University. She worked for many years at Mountain Bell Telephone Company in downtown Denver. After her retirement from Mountain Bell she became a dedicated member and volunteer of the Telephone Pioneers retirement group. Due to Charlie’s days as a prisoner in WW II, they supported the American Ex-Prisoners of War organization. Louise and Charlie were season ticket holders of the Denver Broncos and Air Force Academy football teams. They loved to tailgate with friends and family at every Bronco home game until they were no longer able to attend in person. They were members of Pinehurst Country Club for many years, loved square dancing and traveled the world together.
Louise loved to entertain. She hosted many parties, dinners and holidays with friends and family. Throughout the years she was an avid collector of various memorabilia.
Per Louise’s request there will be no service.

Memories Timeline


  1. I knew Louise through the lifetime friendship of my parents, Wayne and Lodema Pearson. The three of them remained close friends after graduating from Wheat Ridge High School in 1943. She and Charlie were a very special couple and she will be missed.

  2. Louise was a dear friend of my mother, Rosanna Tucker Jensen. They met while working together at Mountain Bell, and she and Charlie remained lifetime friends with my parents. She hosted a delightful bridal shower for me and I will continue to cherish the special memories of her fun & lively visits my mom!

  3. Louise was a cousin to my Dad, Edward Peel. Louise was a loving, warm, and energetic person. She will be missed. Jennifer Peel Drybread

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