Guest Book for John Q. Schuburt Jr.

Provided by Burns Mortuary of Pendleton

Posted by: Monica Becker
Thu November 05, 2020
Thoughts and prayer to the family during this difficult time.

Jerry was an amazing man with amazing stories.

Posted by: Noemi Wiseman
Mon November 09, 2020
Sincerest condolences to Kathie and the entire family. He is a great guy. Thank you for letting me touch his life during his stay at Mckay Creek Estates. He will surely be missed.

Posted by: Dave Webb
Mon November 09, 2020
Real sorry for your loss your dad was a great guy

Posted by: tom weeks
Tue November 10, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss....A great man and friend whom I will miss....

Posted by: Lori Johnson
Tue November 10, 2020
What a beautiful obituary!!   Loved Jerry! He was our Round Up Court director in 1975 and he was perfect for the job.  He would laugh and have fun right along with us 5 girls and his great attitude made our year on the court absolutely THE BEST!   A truly great guy.


Posted by: Kenny Cochran
Fri November 13, 2020
Condolences: Jerri Lynne and Kelly, Michael and Kim, Kathy and Bob
grandkids Mark, Whitney, Ryan, Erin, Brian, Jessica, PJ and extended family.
Pendleton has lost another MVP, Jerry Schubert. Not long ago, at McKay Creek Estates,
I had the honor of visiting with two Pendleton legends, Mr Schubert and Judge Courson.
I just sat there and soaked in the history and knowledge of these two legends.
In 1993, I took advantage of a once in a life time opportunity to walk in the last
five miles with the Oregon Trail Wagon Train, led by wagon master Jerry Schubert
and Schubert/Nooey family posse. Wagons Ho!!

Our faith tells us Mr and Mrs Schubert are together again. Heaven has a new
wagon master and trail boss. "Happy Trails" to you, Jerry and Duveen...

Respectfully, Kenny Cochran


Posted by: Cindy Dougherty
Fri November 13, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear about your Dad.  I have a lot of great memories of him and your Mom.  

He was a really nice person--I always enjoyed visiting with him.

My Prayers are with your family.

Posted by: Janet and Bob Miller
Tue November 17, 2020
Kathie and family - our deepest condolences on the loss of your father, grandfather and bestest friend.  We have such long memories of times together - Round Ups, Wagon Trains, a trip to Hawaii and fun gatherings over the years with our families and friends.  We all have wonderful stories to tell - hopefully with a time we can get together and enjoy these memories.   Be well everyone - take good care of yourselves and we shall have our time together - Janet