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Bellville Times
Services for George L. Schulz, 72, of Bellville, were conducted Tuesday,
February 14, 2006 at 10 a.m. at Sts. Peter &Paul Catholic Church in
Bellville with the Rev. Tim Bucek celebrating the Funeral Mass and Rite
ofCommittal. Interment was at Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Industry.
Schulz died February 10, 2006 at home with family members by his side.
Born June 23, 1933 in Houston, George Leslie Schulz was one of three
children born to Edard B. Schulz and Edna Ahern Schulz. On April 21, 1967 he
married Maryann Perley in Houston with ceremony at St. Ambrose Catholic
Schulz attended Sam Houston High School in Houston and studied music at St.
Mary's Seminary in Houston. He went on to serve as principal at St. Ambrose
Parochial School and served as choir master and organist at St. Ambrose
Catholic Church in Houston.
In 1981 Schulz and family moved to Bellville. He served as principal at the
elementary schools in Industry and Bellville before his retirement in 1994.
Schulz also served as organist and choir master at the catholic churches in
Wharton, Hempstead and Brenham, respectivly, and he also taught Latin at
Faith Academy in Bellville.
George was a member of the Austin County Chorale, Bellville Historical
Society and Industry Knights of Columbus.
His greatest contribution was being a devoted and loving husband and father.
Survivors include his wife -- Maryann Schulz of Bellville; sons -- Captain
Gerhard Schulz and wife Monique of Columbus; Georgia, Karl E. Schulz of
Bellville; granddaughter Jordyn Ashleigh Schulz; and nephew Edward B. Schulz
and wife Janis of Houston.
Schulz was preceded in death by his parents, Edward Sr. and Edna Schulz; his
brother, Edward B. Schulz Jr.; and his sister, Marjorie McKinstry.
The family expressed grateful appreciation to the Brazos Valley Hospice and
memorials can be made to Hospice, 302 E. Ble Bell Rd., Brenham, TX,
77833-2406. Arrangements under the direction of Knesek Family Funeral
Chapels, Bellville.
Posted by Joy Neely


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