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Celebrating the life of
Richard L. "Dick" Schultz
September 29, 1935 - September 08, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Memorial service at a later date

Schultz was a great man. Thoughts and prayers with your family. God bless

Erica, Savannah, Ga

Cindy,Glenda,Kathy,and family, so sorry to hear of Dick's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. May he rest in peace.

Donna Ginter , Fredericksburg, Va.

Savannah, GA

Richard L. (Dick) Schultz, age 83, died September 8, 2019 in Savannah, Georgia.  He was born September 28, 1935 in Bay City, Michigan. He retired from Saginaw Steering Gear in Michigan, and loved to fly and take care of pigeons.

He was predeceased by his wife, Nancy; several brothers and sisters, all in Michigan; and stepson, Bud Moser.

He is survived by brothers, Lee and Clarence Schultz; sister, Nancy Donavan; half-brother, Elmer Schmidt; and stepchildren, Glenda (Mike) Brunette, Cindy Gravlin, and Kathy (Jim) Maciejewski, all of Michigan; stepson, Ken Moser of Baxley, Georgia; daughter-in-law, Kim Moser of Greensboro, North Carolina; grandchildren, Daryl Brunette, Brittany Sizemore, and Sam and Gabe Maciejewski; and several great grandchildren.

The family wishes to thank Susan Lowe and others for being caregivers to Dick in his time of need.

At his request, Richard’s body was donated to the Medical College of Georgia.  A memorial service will be held at a later date.

 

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Schultz was a great man. Thoughts and prayers with your family. God bless

Erica, Savannah, Ga

Cindy,Glenda,Kathy,and family, so sorry to hear of Dick's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. May he rest in peace.

Donna Ginter , Fredericksburg, Va.

Candle tribute lit by Brittany Sizemore — North Carolina

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