Virgiline Marie Schulte, age 88, of Madison passed away on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. She was born on August 22, 1928 in Riplinger, WI, the daughter of Edward and Sophie Fait. She married Lawrence Schulte on December 27, 1952. Virgie graduated from Wilmot high school in Wisconsin and went on to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She worked at Great Lakes Naval Hospital, where she met the love of her life, Larry. They married, had three sons, and traveled extensively while Larry was in the military for 23 years. They settled in Madison where they both established careers with Capitol Indemnity Corporation, founded by her brother George. Virgie eventually became Human Resource Director and Vice President of the company. She was involved in many humanitarian efforts throughout the world with the Rotary Club. Virgie will be remembered by everyone who knew her for her extraordinary kindness and generosity.
Virgiline is survived by her sons, David (Maryon), Gregory (Kelli Hoppmann); daughter-in-law Sue; her grandchildren Luke (Heidi), Chris (Sarah), Erin Rago (Chris), Adam (Emily Root), Maxwell, Audrey, Jana Price (Shawn Bleimehl); her great grandchildren Allison, Leah, Colin, Jillian, Sylvia, Charlotte, Chloe.
She was preceded in death by her parents Edward and Sophie Fait; husband Lawrence; son Mark; brothers Lawrence and George Fait; and many nephews and nieces.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, February 24, 2017 at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 401 S. Owen Drive, Madison with Msgr. Kenneth J. Fiedler presiding. Family will greet friends, at church, one hour prior to mass. Entombment will be in Resurrection Catholic Mausoleum. A reception will follow at church.
In lieu of flowers or gifts, please make donations to Agrace HospiceCare, or the Alzheimer's Association.
Special thanks to Agrace Hospice and the staff at Sylvan Crossings for the exceptional care they gave to Virgie.
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I'm in Arizona so won't be attending the funeral service for Virgie today. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all as you honor the life of this wonderful woman. May God Bless you all.
To the Schulte family especially David and Greg. I just want you to know what a privilege and honor it was to know your Mom and your Dad. Not only did they become my friend but they also allowed me into their family and became a part of mine. Virgie had the kindest heart and the gentlest soul. I will remember and treasure so many times we shared on this earth and smile because you made it a better place.
Rest easy my friend - Until we meet again.
Bob ,Debbie, Jodi Seifert
I had the pleasure of working with Virgie at Capitol Indemnity. One of my fondest memories of her was when I was just returning back from maternity leave and needed to come in on a Saturday morning to finish up on something to meet a deadline. She overheard me talking to Paul, our VP/Treasurer, about finding child care on a Saturday morning and without hesitation she told me to bring the baby in and she would watch him while I worked. So, early Saturday morning she was waiting for me when I got to the office and she set up his little travel playpen and watched him until I was done. To this day, I'm not 100% convinced she had to be at the office to work that morning, but more so wanted to enjoy a newborn for a little while.
Her act of kindness will stay with me forever. She was caring, always generous of herself and her time, and genuine and I pray she has found peace and is surrounded by her loved ones who have gone before her. My prayers are also with her family and friends during this difficult time and may she rest in peace.
I am fortunate to have had a mother who was the most kind and generous person I ever met. My many memories of her are inspiring, and will continue to provide a positive model to shape the rest of my life. After such a long struggle, I am relieved that she is finally reunited with my dad, Mark and other family members. Rest in peace mom. I love you.
I have so many wonderful memories of Virgie and our many years of working together at Capitol Indemnity. Not only was she a hard working and respected co-worker but I considered her a dear friend. Virgie will always hold a very special place in my heart. Rest In Peace my friend.
great picture of your mom. heartfelt condolences from Waunakee manor as i treasure the memory of working together for uncle George. requiescat in pace. sincerely,
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