Corry Lee Schneider

May 14, 1955 - April 19, 2019

Corry Lee Schneider,

63, Minot, formerly of

Goodrich, died April 19,

2019, at his home.

Visitation will be held

from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Thursday at Parkway Fun-

eral Service, 2330 Tyler

Parkway, Bismarck.

A funeral service will

be held at 10:00 am Fri-

day, April 26, at Parkway

Funeral Service,

Bismarck, with Rev. Merle

Hoots officiating.

Burial will be held at

1:30 pm Friday, April 26,

at Goodrich City


Corry was born May 14,

1955, the second son to

Elroy and Laree (Suelzle)

Schneider. He was raised

on the farm and educated

in Denhoff and graduated

from Goodrich Public

School in 1973. He loved

to play basketball and

football all through his

high school years. Corry

attended Minot State

University and continued

his football career with

Minot State Beavers. After

college graduation, he still

always came back to

Sheridan County to help

farmers in the area during

the summer. He also

taught school and drivers

ed and coached sports at

Goodrich Public School

for a few years. Corry had

a love for weight lifting,

even breaking his own

records he set. He once

pulled 100 cases of Pepsi

on a pallet to show his

capabilities in the Pepsi

pull. He deadlifted over

600 lbs and bench pressed

over 500. Corry worked at

the ND Highway Depart-

ment in the Minot District

as a sign shop foreman for

42 years.

In 2016 he decided to

slow down and retired to

his little paradise in Ward

County, but still enjoyed

helping out a farmer

friend with his cattle. Cor-

ry would always try to

help out anyone, it was

his calling in life.

He leaves behind two

brothers, Clinton (Donna

Gail), Manitou Springs,

CO, and Fred (Pam),

Bismarck; his sister, Vicky

(Tim), Bismarck; three

nieces, Tasha (Tim)

Sorum; Paige (Devon) and

Jordon; one nephew, Da-

vid (Megan) Schneider;

two great-nieces, Carson

and Cora; two great-

nephews, Caleb and Em-

ersyn; David’s step-

daughter, Kinley; one sis-

ter-in-law, Helen; special

friends, Junior Ellingson,

Dave Haman, Todd Ha-

man, and Donny Pheifer;

and many other friends he

met in life.

He was preceded in

death by his parents, El-

roy and Laree; and his

older brother, Glenn.

Go to www.parkway

funeral.com to share

memories of Corry and

sign the online guestbook.