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Gloria Jean Schultz


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Gloria Schultz

November 5, 1952 – October 17, 2018

Gloria was a loving wife, mother, sister, daughter, and an inspiration to generations of elementary students she touched throughout her 34 years of teaching. She was an insightful, strong woman; stubborn at times, even fighting to the end. In spite of the heartaches we caused her at times, she guided me, her husband, for 33 loving years, and showed her daughter what it meant to fight for what she believed in. Her strength in life will be missed by many, but the strength she instilled in all she touched will live long after she is gone. We love you and will miss you.

Yes Gloria, “Cancer Sucks.”

Anne and Joe

 

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2 responses to “Gloria Jean Schultz”

  1. Joel Beck says:

    Joe and Anne,
    My heart hurts for you two and I hope it gives you a bit of comfort knowing that Gloria was so dearly loved by everyone she touched. I wish I could be there to give a you hug and enjoy a meal together and laugh about some experience with her from past years. Ed and David both send their thoughts and condolences. I hope that Gloria’s strong spirit continues to inspire you in coming days as you struggle to adjust to your new life. Please take care and accept my hope for your comfort through this hard time. Lots of love and aloha

  2. Ronald Schultz says:

    My dear loving sister, I will miss you more than you could ever know. You were the peace keeper in the family, the one that knew what to do and when. I know God will keep you as his personal assistant, may you rest in peace, and may your passing bring peace to those in need of it.

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Gloria Jean Schultz


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Gloria Schultz

November 5, 1952 – October 17, 2018

Gloria was a loving wife, mother, sister, daughter, and an inspiration to generations of elementary students she touched throughout her 34 years of teaching. She was an insightful, strong woman; stubborn at times, even fighting to the end. In spite of the heartaches we caused her at times, she guided me, her husband, for 33 loving years, and showed her daughter what it meant to fight for what she believed in. Her strength in life will be missed by many, but the strength she instilled in all she touched will live long after she is gone. We love you and will miss you.

Yes Gloria, “Cancer Sucks.”

Anne and Joe

 

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2 responses to “Gloria Jean Schultz”

  1. Joel Beck says:

    Joe and Anne,
    My heart hurts for you two and I hope it gives you a bit of comfort knowing that Gloria was so dearly loved by everyone she touched. I wish I could be there to give a you hug and enjoy a meal together and laugh about some experience with her from past years. Ed and David both send their thoughts and condolences. I hope that Gloria’s strong spirit continues to inspire you in coming days as you struggle to adjust to your new life. Please take care and accept my hope for your comfort through this hard time. Lots of love and aloha

  2. Ronald Schultz says:

    My dear loving sister, I will miss you more than you could ever know. You were the peace keeper in the family, the one that knew what to do and when. I know God will keep you as his personal assistant, may you rest in peace, and may your passing bring peace to those in need of it.

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