Rose Schellin Obituary, 76-year-old Native of Mount Prospect has died

Rose Schellin Obituary, On June 10th, 2023, Rose L. Schellin, who was 76 years old and lived in Mount Prospect, passed away at her home. Rose Schellin was born on April 15, 1947, and she was the devoted wife of the late Darryl L. Schellin for more than 46 and a half years. They had a partnership that allowed them to own and run Schellin’s Bakery in Des Plaines for a number of years. After working at Schellin’s Bakery, Rose went on to become a lunch mom at Brentwood Elementary School. During her time there, she was able become “grandma” to a large number of students and put a smile on their faces every day.

After working there for many years, Rose eventually retired. Rose was a bookworm who kept at least one volume within reach at all times. Reading was a passion of hers that she instilled in her girls and encouraged them to pursue. In addition, Rose taught her children a variety of crafts, the most important of which was crocheting, a skill that had been passed down to her by her own mother. In addition to these things, Rose adored bumblebees, giraffes, her rose garden, collecting Hummels, and spending time with her family and friends.

She was a huge Chicago Bears fan. Rose is survived by her daughters Stephanie (Joe) Hoffarth, Dr. Kimberly Schellin-Rog (James), and Jennifer Schelling, as well as by her grandson, Kurtis Karavites, her sister Judy Berschet, her best friend of more than 60 years Diane (Jim) Erbstoesser, and a large number of nieces and nephews.
Rose’s parents, John A. and Ruth J. (Linneman) Moehling, as well as her sisters Carol (Moehling) Hattendorf and Betty Moehling, passed away before she did. Her husband, Darryl Schellin, also passed away before she did.
On Friday, June 16, 2023, visitation will begin at 9:00 am and continue until the time of the service at 11:00 am. Both events will take place at Grace Lutheran Church, located at 780 S. Bartlett Rd. in Streamwood, Illinois. After the funeral, the interment will take place at St. John’s Cemetery in Mount Prospect, Illinois.