George Schrader Death – Dead, Obituary : George Schrader Has Died

George Schrader Death – Dead, Obituary, Funeral : George Schrader Has Died

The cause of death is said to be Covid19. “Former Texas Woman’s University regent George Schrader passed away due to COVID-19 Dec. 31 in a North Texas Hospital. A funeral service was held for Schrader Jan. 7.,” @TWULasso announced the passing of Schrader on social media. NewDeaths learned about the passing through the statement  posted on Twitter on January 12th, 2020.

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Tributes and condolences are being shared across social media timelines over the passing of Schrader. It is with deep sense of loss that  friends and families mourn their beloved one who has died unexpectedly.

It is in the spirit of this mourning that we extend our condolences to the family of Schrader and everyone affected by the passing.

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The family privacy must be observed at this difficult time. This publication is a noteworthy information only and does not server as obituary announcement for Schrader. The obituary would be officially released by the family. This publication is made out of public concerns, expression of grieves and sympathy. Details of the deceased burials, funeral and other related ceremony would rightfully be published by the family of the deceased in their chosen online platform.

This publication is made out of open concerns, grieves expressed through public domains and condolences to the mourning family and friends. Subtleties of the deceased internments, memorial service and other related function would legitimately be published by the family of the Schrader in their chosen online obituary platform.

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