Ann Louise Overheidt Posted: 2023-11-20 13:23:04

Ann Louise Overheidt


Ann Louise Overheidt, 92, of Geneva, Illinois returned to her heavenly home on November 18, 2023. She was born in Chicago, Illinois on December 24, 1930, to parents Louis and Henrietta (Schreuder) Schliemann. Louise met Robert Overheidt at church and fell in love, and the pair were married on August 19, 1950. The couple shared 71 years of marriage together and created many memories their family and friends will cherish forever. Louise was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, and truly enjoyed hosting family parties, participating in bowling leagues and watching basketball. She was immersed in the Christian community and enjoyed fellowship with everyone she met. Louise (lovingly referred to as Oma), will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

Louise is survived by her children Beverly (George) Dancho, Nancy (Rick) VanderVeer, and Brian (Carriann) Overheidt; her grandchildren, Laurel (Jeff), Michael (Leslie), Andrew, Philip, John Marc (Brittany), Kevin, and Vivian; and her great-grandchildren, Alyssa, Madison, Faith, Ava, Annika, Natalie, and Claire.
Louise is proceeded in death by her beloved husband Robert Overheidt, her siblings, Shirley (Chester) Katsma, Robert (Gladys) Schliemann, and her parents Louis and Henrietta (Schreuder) Schliemann.

Services are pending, for further questions please contact DeFiore Funeral Home at 847-515-8772.

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shirley Overheidt Dragas 2023-11-21 13:07:29

Aunt Louise was the best aunt anyone could have. She was kind, sweet, generous and very loviing. She was an excellent cook and seamstress. When I was in college and working in the summer she would invite me over for dinner when my family was at the lake. My husband and I would love to visit Uncle Bob and Aunt Louise when they lived in Geneva. She and I would go shopping at the little Traveler and then we all would go to dinner at the place they would pick. Aunt Louise would know all the best shops and restaurants in Geneva. We always felt so welcome when we visited. She and Uncle Bob are now in the arms of the Lord and will be together forever.