Robert  Schlieker

February 7, 1966 ~ November 24, 2021

Born in: Beaumont , Texas
Resided in: Mansfield, Texas

Robert Randall Schlieker (Randy to his friends and family) passed away unexpectedly at his home in Mansfield, Texas on November 24, 2021.

He was born on February 7, 1966 in Beaumont, Texas, He grew up in Temple, Texas where he played football, baseball, and golf and was Salutatorian of his Temple High School class of 1984. An avid Aggie fan, he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Technology Management from Texas A&M University.  He worked for NASA during the launching of the Space Shuttle Discovery, was a part of the Advanced System group at KDT that worked on the Moonbase Mission and the AustroMars Mission, and was employed as Senior Technology Consultant, Professional Services at NCR Corporation for many years until the time of his passing. A gifted athlete, he enjoyed watching, playing, and coaching all kinds of sports.

Survivors include his parents RH, and Mary Moore Schlieker of Temple; a son, Christian Schlieker and  a daughter, Caroline Schlieker, both of Mansfield; a sister, Suzanne Dodge (husband Trey), and nephews, Trent Dodge, Brent Dodge, and Max Dodge, all of Lake Jackson.

 A Celebration of Life will be held at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 West Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, Texas on Friday December 3, at 5:00 P.M., led by Paul Mints. Burial will be at North Belton Cemetery, 1500 N. Main, Belton, TX, Saturday December 4 at 11:00 A.M. with David Fox.

Memorials may be made to Texas A&M University or charity or organization of donor’s choice.

Services

Service: Friday, December 3, 2021 5:00 pm

Wade Family Funeral Home Chapel
4140 W Pioneer Pkwy
Arlington, TX 76013

Graveside Service: Saturday, December 4, 2021 11:00 am

North Belton Cemetery
1500 N. Main St
Belton, Tx

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  1. Coach Randy gave so much of himself to the MYBA Astros baseball team, from coach-pitch through kid-pitch he kept the Astros family together and devoted himself to making the boys better players and better young men. We treasure those years with Randy and the McCaslin-Schlieker family. RIP Randy.

  2. With heart felt sympathy for Randy’s family, we pray for the comfort that comes from the Holy Spirit, who groans for us. Love, Kent and Marilyn.

  3. Randy was a special student to me at Temple High School. He was also an officer for the National Honor Society which I sponsored. He was one of our leaders for a year of special activities. He also created a computer scoreboard for a school competition. He was so special, polite and intelligent. The world was a better place because of him. God bless the Schlieker family. My heart grieves for his loss but celebrates his life.

  4. Praying for peace for all of you. Randy was a close friend in junior high and high school. So sorry to hear about his passing.

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