vivianschultz
Schultz, Vivian J. (House) 11/5/1920-11/25/2018 Greece: Passed away peacefully at the age of 98. Predeceased by her husband of 50 years, Leonard; daughter-in-law, Dorothy Schultz (Statt); foster son, Jimmy Oleksyn; brother, Lt. Colonel Ernest (Bud) House; brother-in-law, Dick Quetschenbach; sister, Elizabeth (Betty) Webster and her husband, Ray Webster; brother-in-law, Ronald Lockwood. Vivian is survived by her sisters, Arleen Quetschenbach, Judy Lockwood; sister-in-law, Patricia House of NM; daughter, Suzanne (David) Geisler; sons, John (Dores) of NC, Dan (Beth) of PA, Steven (Pat Gardner), Charles (Mary), Anthony (Serena) Oleksyn; 16 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-grandchild; many loving nieces and nephews along with her caregiver & friend, Magdalena (Lenka) Horwath. Vivian was a long time member of The Park Ridge Auxiliary and St. Theodore’s Church. She supported several organizations including Holy Family Parish Credit Union, the Park Ridge Chemical Dependency bookstore, and The Catholic Charities Foster Children Program. In addition to raising 7 children she also worked outside the home at Eastman Kodak, General Motors, and St. Mary’s Hospital. The family would like to thank the 5th floor staff of St. Ann’s Community for their compassionate care and support. Vivian’s visitation will be held Friday, November 30th 3-7 PM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson, 1075 Long Pond Road where her Funeral Service will be celebrated Saturday December 1st 9:30 AM in the Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Park Ridge Auxiliary, St. Ann’s Community or Greece Volunteer Ambulance in her memory. For more information or to sign her online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

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  1. Mrs. Schultz was a treasure. She will always be in my heart and forever in so many others. Her smile was so beautiful and bright and her laughter lit up a room. May God bless this angel and welcome her with open arms. RIP and prayers to Sue and your families and especially David, Rebecca and Danny. Our deepest sympathy. Love The Hee Family

  2. Mrs. Schultz was one of the sweetest and kindest people I ever knew. This picture perfectly captures her beautiful spirit. She is in a wonderful place now. Sincere condolences; God bless.

  3. Vivian was always such a wonderful and warm ray of sunlight and joy. Her smile lit up the room. She will be missed ever so much be all who knew and loved her.

  4. What a great picture of Mrs. Schultz! She always had that beautiful and welcoming smile. I sure remember our childhood days. My Mom told me of sitting on your side step telling Mrs. Schultz all of the VerWeire ‘secrets’. What great times we had. She was always a big part of our memories. Now she is again with your Dad. How nice for them. She had a great life. May she now rest in God’s loving arms.

  5. 98 years young…such a long and wonderful life! Still we are saddened by Vivian’s passing. We send our condolences to the entire Schultz family.

  6. Special memories of my oldest sister come forth when thinking about her. I am so grateful that she had 98 years of a good life and that God chose to take her home to be with Him in a swift, painless and loving way. The memory of her smile will always warm our hearts. I can only imagine the beautiful and warm reunion she is enjoying with all our friends and loved ones who have gone before. Memories have a way of living on and keeping our loved ones in the forefront of our minds. She will be missed for sure but we are comforted to know she is in the arms of our loving God.

  7. So sorry to hear about Aunt Vivian . My sister, Lissa Perrone forwarded me the information. I wish I knew more about My Grandpa Bill Schultz’s family. I understand Leonard was his brother. I can’t believe it has been 9 years since our Mom, Mary (Schultz) Mahon passes on. Suzanne must have taken great care of Aunt Vivian. Her happy smile says it all. Love, Linda Shemenski, Leesburg, FlL

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