Jack Lee Schubert

Birth Date: 
Sunday, December 17, 1944
Date of Passing: 
Wednesday, November 25, 2020

WOOSTER – Jack Lee Schubert, 75, of Wooster passed away on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare.

He was born December 17, 1944 in Shawnee to Nelson C. and Catherine McLaughlin Schubert.  On May 9, 1965 he married Lola Barnes.

Jack served in the U.S. Army, was a 32nd degree Mason, member of the Scottish Rite, the American Legion and the Elks.  He had been a self-employed independent manufactures representative for over 25 years retiring in 2011.  Jack enjoyed golfing and spending time with his grandchildren.

Jack is survived by his wife Lola, sons Darren (Barbara) Schubert of Geneva, IL and Scott (Nicole) Schubert of Cumming, GA; grandchildren Zoë Schubert, Marietta Landwehr and Annika Schubert and a brother Robert (Virginia) Schubert of Wooster.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister Carolyn Dondrea.

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic there will be no public services.  Private graveside services for the immediate family will be held at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery.

McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster is assisting the family.

Contributions may be made to Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare, 1900 Akron Rd., Wooster, Ohio 44691.

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.mcintirebradhamsleek.com





Memorial Contributions: 

Ohio's Hospice LifeCare, 1900 Akron Rd., Wooster, Ohio 44691


Private family graveside services will be held


Darren, Barb, & Mari,

Lucy and I want to extend our deepest sympathies for your loss. We all know how much Mari loved going to visit Grandpa Jack. Although I never had the opportunity to meet him, your obituary captured a man who loved his friends and family. He will be missed by many. We love you guys.

Eric, Lucy, Ellie, & Grace

Sending my deepest condolences to Jack’s family. He was like an older brother to me. He will be missed❣️

Very sorry to hear of jacks passing,have known jack and bob since high school.sympathy,to his family. Frank Snyder and family.

I want to express my sympathy to the Schubert family. I did business with Jack for over 20 years. He was a guy's guy. Fun loving and a friend to all. He will be missed in the golf business and the Northern Ohio PGA. I had alot of laughs with Jack. He called it as he saw it and I liked that. My sympathy and prayers go out to the family. I know he was always proud of his family.

My condolences to your family. I met Jack when I was a young Assistant Pro at Shaker Heights CC working for Joe Haase. I always enjoyed my time with Jack and whatever he was selling. What a true professional and always was ready to talk about his family and our mutual friend Neil Tackas. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers and please know what a great person he was when you didn’t see him.

Kevin Sullivan

Prayers and condolences to the entire family, he will be missed.

I was sorry to hear of Jacks passing. He and his brother were my childhood neighbors, school mates and friends sending my deepest condolences to Lola, his sons and grandchildren. RIP Jack

Lola and family,,,,,So sorry to hear of Jack’s passing,,,,remembering your family in my thoughts and prayers

Lola and family -- Please accept my deepest sympathy on Jack's passing. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

RIP Jack. You were like a brother to me. I will miss our 3 AM phone calls complaining about are aches and pains.

My heartfelt sympathy to the family..Jack was a dear friend and an ally in the world of golf. His contributions to the improvement of the game in Northern Ohio was much appreciated and admired by all of those who knew him. He will be remembered and sorely missed.

Dear Bob and family, My heart goes out to you all and I am praying for God to comfort you all. He is safe in the arms of the lord and is free! I am sure you are blessed with lots of good memories! Loe and prayers, Kathy

Thank you for your service. Condolences to the family. Wooster-Wayne Chapter DAR

RIP, you will be missed from a lot of PGA friends. It was a pleasure doing business with you and as a friend you will be missed. God bless

My condolences to you to you on the loss of Jack. I always enjoyed Jack and could feel the love between you when you were together.

Going to miss our phone calls and lunches, buddy.
Rest in peace, the pain is now gone.

My thoughts and prayers are with Jack's family and my friend Bob. My lasting memory of Jack is sitting in the clubhouse at Oglebay. Rabbit and I just finished up and Jack was sitting in front of the largest fishbowl beer I have ever seen. Great memories. RIP Jack.

My thoughts and prayers are with Jack's family especially my friend Bob. My lasting memory of Jack is sitting in the clubhouse at Oglebay. Rabbit and I just finished up and Jack was sitting in front of the largest fishbowl beer I have ever seen. Great memories. RIP Jack.

Lola and family so sad for your loss and our loss of this friend of Many! RIP Jack we all have memories of you threw the years and you will be remembered by all.

So sorry to hear of Jack’s passing. He was such a good person. I had the honor of working with Jack at Ashworth. He will always be Schubby Doo to me. May he Rest In Peace. I pray for your family now - wrapping you all in love.

So very sorry for your loss. I had the honor of working with Jack at Ashworth many years ago. He was a true gem and will always be Schubby Doo to me. Rest In Peace Jack! I am praying now for all of you - wrapping you in love.

Rita and I extend our deepest sympathies to Lola, Bob and all the Schuberts. I will miss our regular phone calls and breakfasts together. He was my golf mentor and used to say to me, “ I do what you tell me when I’m in your office and you need to do what I tell you when you’re in mine,” (the golf course). He was one of my best friends, and I will miss him deeply.

Jack was a good friend and mentor to me and many others inside the golf industry. I’ll miss the opportunity to share time and conversation with him. The Ashworth family’s thoughts and prayers are with his family and all who knew him

Hank Ashworth

To Lola, Bob, Darren, and family, I want to extend my condolences on the passing of Jack. I got to know him and Bob during my years at Wooster (1971-1975). I was a member of the golf team and played many rounds of golf with Jack. He was a great supporter of the golf team and I always appreciated that support. I still have and wear an Ashworth golf windbreaker Jack gave to the 1975 team about ten years ago at one of our reunions. He always had a smile and was a fun person to be around. May your memories of Jack give you comfort In the years to come.

I will forever remember Jack’s quick smile and golf knowledge that he brought to every conversation. I will always remember jumping into Bob Nye’s van with Bob, George Valentine, and Jack and driving to the PGA Merchandise show where he got his first job in the golf business. He started with the Stan Thompson Company selling the popular “Ginny” line of clubs. His success withe that company led him to a relatively new company called Ashworth. With Fred Couples as the marquis endorser and with Jack on the sales force, the Ashworth Company really took off. I played enough golf with both Jack and Bob in the early 70’s that I could always tell them apart and was always surprised that others struggled with the identification. Jack played a few rounds every year at the Wooster Country Club and he stopped in on “official” golf business so I got to see him often and would find out the real scoop on northern Ohio golf. I was fortunate to be picked up at my car when the retired PGA guys would play at Riceland Golf Course. He was the great guy who picked me up just because he knew I was going to be there that day. I know that he went through a lot the last ten years but that smile always came through the phone or in that short cart ride. I am so glad that he was a part of my life and so sorry that he no longer is.just

So sorry for your loss Bob. Prayers.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Schubert family. Jack always took time to call on everyone in this business regardless of the amount of business you did with him. He will be sorely missed by all.

Bob and Family you are in my thoughts and prayers. Jack was a great guy and coached my stepson in golf.I will always remember that Jack was the first coach to ever coach a state championship team at Wooster High School when he coached the 1980 team to the championship

My heart goes out to the family during this difficult time, some wonderful memories of Jacko going through my mind hanging out with Darren. Wishing you as much peace as possible during this difficult time!

Condolences to my friends Darren and Scott, as well as all members of Jack’s extended family. I knew Jack in his golf sales rep role, but also as a Wooster community member and supporter of College of Wooster Men’s Golf. Jack was about my current age when I followed Coach Nye in coaching the Fighting Scots. “Schu” was unfailingly attentive and friendly to me as a young coach....yes, he dug the needle in on more than a few occasions, but it always ended in a good laugh shared. That is, and will always be, my enduring memory - that Jack Schubert was ALWAYS ready to enjoy a laugh! I miss you Jack, and those good old days.
RIP my friend, I’m glad that there is no more pain & suffering for you.

So sorry to hear of Jack's passing. Prayers and condolences to Jack's family. My family always enjoyed talking to him when he sat on the Porch. My dad always enjoyed talking to Jack when he mowed!!

I am so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

So sorry to hear about my friend and Ashworth brother “Shuby”. I have many fond memories or our times at sales meetings and the merchandise show. We were always laughing at the stupid things managers were doing. He had a good run and loved his family.I will miss him.

Our condolences to all of Jack’s family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

To Lola, Bob, Scott and Nicole, Darren and Barb, and Zoë, Annika, and Mari: I will always remember Jack as the sweetest man. No matter what he was going through, he always put on a happy face and would joke around with anyone (especially the kids!!)! I loved spending time at his house with Mike and our kids. Everyone always had a great time with the greatest company. It is obvious by these posts how loved he was. I know that it has been a hard road through all of this. I am so sorry that I can’t be there, but know that you are all in my thoughts!!! Love you!!!

To the Schubert family I am so sorry for your loss, that is a great picture of Jack and that is how I remember him with great smile and and fun spirit. I enjoyed working with him in my years at Firestone country club and running into him at Riceland at junior golf events. He will be missed but not forgotten RIP Jack.

I have very fond memories of Jack. During my “formative” years in high school and through four years of college, Jack was always around the golf course working on his game just as hard as the rest of us were doing. A few times, the team was extremely fortunate in that he took time off work to chaperon us during our spring break trip to play tournaments in Florida. Jack was even tempered and had a quick smile. He was fun to be around. I really looked up to him as a role model. I played hundreds of rounds of golf with him and I can’t remember a single unpleasant time. He was truly a special person who we all will miss.

Lola and family, We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Jack. He was a special person and I will miss our talks when I come to see you Lola. All of you are in our prayers and may God grant you peace and comfort at this most difficult time.

Our community was a better place with Jack, and he will be missed immensely!

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