Rhonda Louise Schmitt

Rhonda Louise Schmitt, 64, passed away on March 26, 2023, in Webster, TX She was born on October 4, 1958, in San Diego, CA to Charles and Barbara Landry.

Rhonda is survived by her husband Leonard Schmitt, sisters Monique Robinson and Gabriella Landry, brother Robert Pierre Landry, father Charles Landry, and numerous family members and friends.

Rhonda worked as a freelance Court Reporter for Coastal Reporting for about 40 years. She had a passion for cooking and loved sports and her family.

On Tuesday, April 4, 2023, at St. Bernadette Catholic Church, 15500 El Camino Real, Houston, TX 77062 there will be a Visitation and Viewing starting at 9:45 am followed by the Funeral Mass at 10:30 am. Burial will follow at Mt Olivet Catholic Cemetery, Dickinson, TX.  A reception will follow the burial at St. Bernadette Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers those wishing to make a memorial donation in Rhonda’s memory may do so to the American Heart Association.


  1. I have had the privilege and pleasure to call Rhonda one of my close friends. We always had adventurous times when we were on our girlfriends trips over the years. She always shared family memories and I the same. We had the same love for sports. I want to express my deepest condolences to her husband, Leonard, to her siblings and other family members. She will be missed, but forever in my heart.

    Elizabeth Ramzel
  2. She was a friend and a sister from another mother we would say. Loved and will miss cooking traveling and our weekend talks. You are now in heaven with your mother talking about about the Astros and football. Love and miss you.

    Glenda Willis
  3. Bob and I knew Rhonda and Leonard from bowling. We bowled on a Tuesday night bowling league for many years and always enjoyed when our teams were bowling each other. Rhonda was always upbeat and had a unique style of bowling. Our deepest condolences to Leonard and the rest of the family. Very sorry to hear this.

    Leona and Bob Kain

    Leona Kain
  4. To Leonard and Rhonda’s family and friends,

    Please accept my sympathy for your loss.
    I worked with Rhonda at Coastal in the ’80’s and she was truly a wonderful person whose kindness, humor and unique way of expressing herself made the office a fun place to work. Once when she was on vacation, I had to transcribe her notes for a deposition she’d taken that was put on hold, but the lawyer called and wanted it transcribed right away, so I read her notes and they were excellent, very easy to read and made a perfect transcription.
    Rhonda loved her family and talked about them often and I know she is happily reunited with her mother; may you take comfort in that. Even though I moved back to Ohio many years ago, we always kept in touch and I will miss her descriptive and hilarious emails! Rhonda was one in a million and will never be forgotten. She was always authentic, a rare quality.
    Wishing her family and co-workers peace,

    Sandy Hunt

    Sandy Hunt
  5. I will miss our Saturdays hanging at Nancy’s. It was so fun the four of us together. I will miss you so much.
    Prayers for Leonard and her family.

    Cassie Ridenhour
  6. Rhonda was a very compassionate,giving,caring,loving lady. I will miss getting together on weekends watching our movies and just chillin!! Their were four of us that got together a lot an we jokingly called ourselves the golden girls lol. Rhonda you were family to us and I thought of you like a sister an bestie. The grief hangs heavy like dark clouds around my heart I will miss you until we meet again !

    Nancy Schneider
  7. You are no longer in my life. But you are forever in my heart. Love you

  8. Rhonda and I met at bowling over 30 years ago. My boys were very small then and right away she became Aunt Rhonda to them. Throughout the years she always thought of them and brought them candy on different holidays. We always had a very easy way of talking and complains to each other about our jobs and a lot of talk about our favorite Astros team. She loved to talk about sports and always knew the up and coming players. She always had the craziest things to say to keep you laughing and my family will never forget her helping us make tamales. I am still trying to grasp that she is gone but I know she is happily beside BC, her Mom and will keep a close watch over us all. I will miss you dear friend. Praying for Leonard and all her family and friends who will miss her. Love you Rhonda.


    Carol Sanchez

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