Alberta Ann Schmidt

Sep 10 1957
Mar 10 2020
62 Years
Valley Township


Alberta Ann Schmidt, 62, of Valley Township, passed away on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 surrounded by her family and friends, under the care of Brandywine Hall of West Chester.  She was the widow of William Michael Schmidt, Sr., with whom she shared 40 years of marriage before his passing in 2016. 

Born in Valley Township, Alberta was the daughter of the late Dorothy Beatrice (Bireley) Robinson and Albert Douglas Robinson.

Alberta was a graduate of Coatesville High School.  She worked at CTDI as the turnaround coordinator and later at Lowes as a Lowes Associate.  

She was an avid crafter, who attended many craft shows.  She loved her Cow collection and her thimble collection.  She went by the nickname Byrdie.  

Alberta is survived by her four children: William Michael Schmidt, Jr. of Leola, Jeffery Lee Schmidt of Nanty Glo, Pa., Agusta Lynn Lucianetti, and husband Joseph, of Coatesville, and Christopher Michael Schmidt of Coatesville; twelve grandchildren; and siblings, Donna R. Falcone, wife of Frank, of Coatesville, Edna M. Watt, wife of John, of Gallitzin, Pa., Janet L. Smith and Harry Mullen of Coatesville, Dorothy P. Robinson of Coatesville, and Helen E. Robinson of Coatesville.  

Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  Online condolences can be posted at


Our deepest sympathy and love to all of Aunt Brydie's family. My Aunt was one of the sweetest,loving most generous person I have ever known. She would help anyone. We will miss her very much. We find comfort in knowing she is with Uncle Billy again.

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This day came way too soon, I am truly heartbroken!  I am finding comfort in knowing you are flying high with Daddy.  I will always love and miss you until we meet again.  Please watch over us and be the beautiful angel you now are.  Your love and light will shine down on our family as we mourn your loss.  I can hear Daddy saying "Bull Shit, Berta" and you smacking him and laughing, Memories and love will get us through.

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I am very heartbroken. You and uncle billy were always there as i was growing up. I have so many memories of both of you. I am so thankful that i got to come see you and visit in your last days. You may not have been very lucid but it was well worth it. I will miss you but you will be with uncle billy now. No more pain or sadness. I love you guys and i will cherish all my memories with you. Im glad my daughter got to meet you. Love you aunt byrdie. Fly high my love.

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Prayers for the family. She was a wonderful woman. We had a lot of fun at our craft shows. We would look at people with an awkward face because they didn't like our prices. My memory bears she did for me are close to my heart. Will miss her so much. Fly high my friend. Love ya. Linda Houston

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I don't even know where to begin! Thanks for ALWAYS including me as one of your children, I will always cherish the many laughs, boat trips, craft shows and of course the smacks you gave when I was being a little ornery. I'm sorry life got crazy busy but always know I loved you as another momma ecspecilly when I lost mine. You are now reunited with your love make sure you tell him "moose says high" 

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May the Lord  bless you and keep you and your family in this time of sorrow, reminding you and your family of treasured memories, and the gifts of shared loved.may inspire you and your family with the reflection of heaven in earth , from the seeds and the mountains and springs.

And may you feel the Lord is with you, walking beside you in the loneliness, taking your hand in the hardest times .and carrying you and your family through the waters of grief may you be safe and treasured    In Jesus Name Amen


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I am so so sorry! I have a lot of fond memories! . . .

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