February 6, 1982 ~ January 13, 2022
Louis Schroeder was born February 6, 1982 and passed away January 13, 2022 and is reunited with his father Rodger and grandparents Charles and Arvilla and Dean and Elizabeth Louis lived a difficult life starting at a very young age. From the time Louis was a toddler he showed determination and focus in things he wanted to accomplish, such as his Lego creations. He did well in school and protected his sister Wanda. He would drive miles to make sure she got to school. Louis went to Bonneville High School.
Louis suffered injuries in an accident and after spending time at Primary Children’s Hospital he moved in with his Grandpa Charles and Grandma Arvilla. Louis had a determination and focused on getting stronger to gain back his abilities. Through all the pain, sorrow, and humiliation he had to endure he was still a gentle soul. He was kind, loving, and generous to everyone he loved.
Louis had a passion for computers since a young age. His grandfather Charles was accomplished on computers and helped build that passion in Louis. He worked in the computer field until his passing.
The greatest joy for Louis was the day he learned he would be an uncle. He adored his nephew, Taylor, and would visit him several times a week.
Louis was an inspiration to many people despite all he had to go through in his short life. He was truly a unique individual, and the world seems slightly less bright now. Louis left his mark on everyone he knew. If you ever needed anything Louis would be there to help. He will be truly missed by many. Louis is finally free from all the pain and flying high as a beautiful butterfly in the sky.
Louis is survived by his mother, Susan; sisters, Wanda and Tiffany; and nephew, Taylor.
In lieu of flowers, please consider helping the family by making donations to help cover the cost of future interment and marker by contacting Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary directly.
Interment will take place on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at 2 p.m. at Lindquist's Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, 1718 Combe Rd. Arrangements entrusted to Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary.