Victor Schooler

Victor Schooler

Monday, May 30th, 1927 - Saturday, May 16th, 2020
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Victor "Vic" Schooler, 92, of Indianapolis, passed away Saturday, May 16th, 2020. He was born May 30th, 1927 in Valley Creek, Tennessee to his parents, John and Jane (Beeler) Schooler. He was a resident of Indianapolis for most of his life. He was married to Nancy (Estep) Schooler.

Vic is survived four children: Vickie Cole of Indianapolis, June (Jim) Rather of Montana, David Bryant of Indianapolis, and Jackie (Jeff) Endsley of Florida; 10 grandchildren; several great grandchildren; several great great grandchildren; and a special companion, Zelda Snyder of Indianapolis. Vic is preceded in death by both of his parents; his first wife, Nancy (Long) Schooler; his second wife, Nancy (Estep) Schooler; and 11 siblings.

Vic was in the Army during World War II. He later joined the Indianapolis Police Department where he was a Police Sergeant for 22 years and retired in 1979. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Indianapolis. Vic enjoyed flying airplanes. He also loved riding motorcyles. Vic was on the IPD Motorcycle Drill Team. He was on the bomb squad and was assigned to the Internal Affairs for some of his time.

Due to the current unprecedented guidelines limiting public gatherings, there will be a private visitation followed by a private service at Jones Family Mortuary in Mooresville. There will be a private graveside service at Nebo Memorial Park in Martinsville where Vic will be laid to rest. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

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    Nebo Cemetery
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Posted at 01:20pm
Grandpa Schooler you were one of my hero's growing up. From visits to the restaurants, rides in the airplane, rides on the motorcycle, rides in the El Camino and many other great memories. You were always kind to me and my family (Sherry, Tia, Taylor and Ty) which I will be forever grateful. One morning Ty and I woke up at your place in Mooresville, IN to the smell of something burning so I quickly ran to the kitchen to see what was going on. The table was set with napkins and nice silverware but there were pots and pans smoldering in the sink. Grandpa gently set two pop tarts on each plate for the three of us, He said "Honey the first try didn't go good". Everything he did in my eyes was good!

Julie Ivens

Posted at 09:44pm
Rest in peace Grandpa.
I will always think of you with warmth in my heart. You always called me honey or sweetie, in fact I don't think you ever called me by my name & I love that. You also gave me one of the biggest scares of my life when you took us kids up in your airplane & that memory makes me laugh to this day. I love you, I can only imagine the beauty you're experiencing now.
Until we meet again. xoxoxo~ Julie

Betty Mattox

Posted at 12:02pm
Jackie I am so sorry to hear about your dad he and Nancy were wonderful people I will always remember that they gave Vicki her first job love them both miss you guys deepest condolences to you and your family

Bob Foley

Posted at 11:45am
Well cousin Vic. You were the last one standing of 12 children. I remember you well, although I was a young boy, I think the last time I saw you. You did a great favor for my father and my sisters and I know my Dad was fond of you. I have only recently made contact with some of your children and I wish that I had known your family better during the years I grew up in Indianapolis. It is not easy to lose a parent as I well know, but I want your family to know that there will be a time we all will meet again and rejoice in the love and strength of one another. Until that time, rest easy and ask God first if you can ride a motorcycle on those streets up there. God Bless all!

Bob Foley, son of Vence and Josephine Foley

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