Eugenia F. Schock

Eugenia F. Schock, 86, died on Thursday, October 22, 2020. She leaves behind a loving family and friends who will miss her greatly. “The best person we ever knew.”

Jean was born on June 5, 1934 to Bruce and Eugenia Fayerweather. She married her beloved husband, Robert W. Schock on September 9, 1953. Bob preceded her in death on July 13, 1999.

Jean was an accomplished artist and pianist. She played almost entirely by ear and was always happy to sit at any piano anywhere to take requests, asking “What’s your favorite song?” Jean also ran her own antiques business for more than thirty years. Jean was kind, generous, nurturing and loving, with a quick wit. She was a loyal and much loved friend to many who knew her. “She did not have one contentious bone in her body, was smart, talented, worldly, and never met a stranger.”

Jean is survived by her four beloved children, Robert B. Schock and his wife Elsa of Sparta, NJ, Randall M. Schock and his wife Kathy of Ballston Spa, Janet Sherwood and her husband Robert of Cambridge, and Paul A. Schock and his wife Maureen White-Schock of Ballston Spa. Jean is also survived by eight grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren; and her brothers Bruce Fayerweather and William Fayerweather of Ohio. Jean was predeceased by her cherished twin sister Janet Thorsberg of Midland, MI in 2016. Jean dearly loved them all.

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers those who wish to participate in honoring Jean’s life may contribute to Community Hospice of Saratoga, 179 Lawrence Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866.

Guest Book

John and Lisa O’Brien

Paul, So very sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy on your loss.

Agnes Hedden

Janet and Bobby and all family members- Long life - now some rest. What a wonderful lady!Our sympathy for your loss. Agnes and Cliff Hedden

Christine Smead

Jean, I have so many memories of coming to visit you with my mother Mary Jane. I am so glad you were there for her when she needed someone. I do have to say I am sorry for locking myself in the bathroom at the restaurant we went to when I was younger. Also we here in Western NY don’t get our soda out of a pot machine, but rather a pop machine. There are so many memories I have. I love you dearly and wish you had gotten to meet my children. Please know you are always in my heart and my deepest condolences to your family. God bless all of you

Shana Dennison

Jean was always such a kind and sweet woman when she welcomed you into her home. You can tell she spent her life giving love to all. I feel very blessed to have meet such a kind soul. Hope you are now playing your piano for all. ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

Edward & Sylvia Czuchrey

Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family for your loss! We offer our prayers for your strength and compassion for your grief. God Bless you and know we'll always be here for you!❤️

Richard and Jennifer Genier

Randy, we are so sorry for your loss.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Josephine Spriggs Treurniet

No words can express my sadness of her passing and loss of Jeannie’s years of love and friendship. Her children are her and Bob’s results of amazing parenting and guidance. But never self righteous or claims of perfection. My condolences to Bobby, Janet, Randy, Paulie and their extended families❣️

Robert B. Schock

Anyone who knew my mom knew how special she was. Thank you all for your expressions of love and appreciation for her wonderful life. We must all strive to listen to and care for others the way she did!

Joanne Lucas

May the memories of your Mother, Grandmother and Sister be warm and loving. My memories include Jean’s laughter, smile and easy with conversation.
Fondly, Joanne Lucas Spring Lake MI