Keith Linwood Schall
Keith Linwood Schall, age 75 of Goodyear, AZ died July 12, 2018 in Phoenix, AZ. He was born April 29, 1943 in Milwaukee, WI to Eugene and Dolores Schall. Keith became a well-known artist. His work can be viewed at www.KeithSchall.com.
Keith is survived by his wife, Larryetta Schall and granddaughter, Nicole Bishop. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Colleen Schall. Condolences for the family may be left at www.ThompsonFuneralChapel.com.
I an so sorry for your loss. In the bible we find hope and comfort. Ps. 147:3 “God heals the brokenhearted and will bind their wounds.”
When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. My condolences to you and your family.
Larry, I am so sorry that Keith is no longer with us. I lost Bert almost four years ago and am now at Sedona Winds. I treasure the artistic times we spent together. I’m glad he had the video made of him in his studio.
It was good to watch him at work and to hear his voice again.
Gene K. Garrison
Larry, I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Keith will be remembered as a wonderful person and great artist. Like Gene, I reviewed his paintings and video in remembrance.
Gene, Thank you for your condolence and well wishes. Keith enjoyed all of the painting sessions you two attended. I did not know Bert was gone so am so sorry for y our loss too. I remember Bert’s miniature railroad displays. They were awesome.
The Best, Larry
Barbara, Thanks for your wishes and remembrances. He admired your talent.
the Best, Larry
Dottie, Thanks for your inspiring words, and also for sending me emails about companies to whom I might be able to submit some of h is paintings for sale.
Barb, Thanks so much for citing a healing verse from the Bible.
I was so sorry to learn about Keith in the news and through Linda Goldenstein. We all seem to lose contact with people we know when one moves away. I always enjoyed his paintings and the thought that went into them. I was rummaging through my art room a few weeks past and found one of my paintings that Keith had said he thought it was one of my best! I’ve never forgotten that. He will always be remembered. My condolences to you and your family.
Jill and Ken Jepson
Dear Dr. Schall,
I only today discovered our losses. I am very sorry that we have lost touch over time, and I was hoping to reestablish communication with both of you in my search–which has brought me the sad news. Keith was only a few months older than I, so perhaps we will meet again soon. Bless you both for all you have done for me. All my best wishes.