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In Memory of Darrell "Chuck" Charles Schultz

Darrell “Chuck” Charles Schultz, age 81, passed away at his residence on April 25th, 2020, surrounded by family. Darrell was born on November 7th, 1938, in Butternut, Wisconsin, to Herbert and Eva Marie Schultz (nee Tesch). Darrell attended grade school and high school in Butternut, and graduated from Butternut High School in 1957. Darrell joined the Unite States Navy in 1957 and was honorably discharged in 1961. On April 24th, 1965, Darrell married the love of his life, Elizabeth “Betty” Schultz, in Hudson, Wisconsin.

Chuck loved his family. His grandchildren were sources of constant pride he enjoyed spending as much time with them as he could. Chuck was also a man of many talents. He loved to hunt, ice fish, golf, bowl, play darts and play cards. He was an accomplished softball player and excelled at throwing horseshoes. Darrell also coached his children’s little league teams, and would always support his children and grandchildren in their endeavors. Darrell loved the outdoors. He thoroughly enjoyed spending time at his cabin hunting and trout fishing with family and friends. He enjoyed telling stories of these outings and his humor was memorable.

Darrell will remain in the hearts of his wife, Elizabeth “Betty” Schultz; his children, Charles “Chuck” (Bridget McConnell) Schultz, Barbara (Ricky Haeger) Schultz, William (Tina) Schultz; grandchildren, Darrell “DJ” and Brad Schultz, Michael and Megan Schultz; and all of Darrell’s beloved family and friends. He is preceded in death by his son, Robert “Herman” Schultz

Services for Darrell will take place on September, 5th 2020 at Union Cemetery in Butternut, Wisconsin at 1:00 P.M. at the cemetery. Lunch will be provided following the service at the American Legion in Butternut Wisconsin.

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    • Betty,
      I just received a card from Sharon in today’s mail. She told me of Chuck’s passing in April.
      I want to extend my sincere sympathy to you and all of your family.
      I have such great memories of the old neighborhood on St. Croix St.
      Those include babysitting in later years for your kids.
      May all your wonderful memories of Chuck bring you comfort.
      Remembering you in prayer and wishing you God’s peace.
      Susan Hutton