September 23, 2014

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Beverly A. Schultz Print E-mail

March 5, 1928-June 4, 2014

Beverly A. Schultz, 86, died Wednesday, June 4, 2014, at her daughter’s home in Oshkosh. She was born on March 5, 1928, in Iowa the daughter of George and Mabel Ray Gardemann.

Leaving the small farm town after high school graduation and moving to San Diego, CA, Bev met and married her husband Jack. They spent the majority of their life together on Little Hills Lake in Wautoma and after retirement began enjoying their winters in Florida. Bev was a kind and loving person who enjoyed gardening and doing crafts, but most of all she enjoyed being a wife, mother, and grandmother.

Bev will always have a special place in the hearts of those she left behind: her daughter: Cheryl A. Ferrara; son: Scott Schultz; three grandchildren: Angie (Jeff) Coulthard, Christina Schultz, and Matthew Schultz; three great-grandchildren: Jeffrey Coulthard, III, Jessie Coulthard, and Jaida Coulthard. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband: John “Jack” Schultz; son-in-law: Fred Ferrara; and several friends.

Memorial services will be held Sunday, June 22 at the Moose Inn Supper Club in Wautoma, W6846 State Road 21, from Noon-3 p.m. The celebration of Bev’s life will include food, refreshments, and the sharing of memories. A memorial has been established to donate gifts of money to local charities in Bev’s memory.

The Konrad-Behlman Funeral Home, Oshkosh, is assisting the family with arrangements,

Through life’s journey many wonderful people have entered into the lives of the Schultz family. We are forever grateful to all of you for your love, support, and friendships.

Bev’s family would also like to thank their extended family, Katie, Dawn, Betty, and Sarah who helped everyday challenges become more enjoyable along with the people from Hospice and Caregiver Support Group.


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