"I went down there but they already voted on it," Schnurr said.
So when she heard about the state bill that would no longer allow the removal of Confederate statues, she was all for it.
It's called the Soldiers and Heroes Monuments and Memorials Protection Act.
The bill was filed by Republican Rep. Mike Hill of Pensacola, and would only allow Confederate statues to be removed or relocated in order to refurbish the monuments.
"Johnny Reb" was relocated to the Confederate section of historic Greenwood Cemetery.
Some Orlando residents said they are glad it's no longer at Lake Eola.
Lake County leaders are also looking for ways to display the statue of Confederate Gen. Kirby Smith, which was taken out of the U.S. Capitol's Statuary Hall earlier this year.
Schnurr didn't see how this, or any of the statues, were offensive.
“The whole monument was put up by the Ladies Memorial Society,” Schnurr said. “And it was put up to honor the husbands, fathers and brothers.”