March 17, 1936 - March 24, 2014 Albert Edward Schuh died on 3/24/2014 at the age of 78, An avid fisherman, Al tied his own flies and then put them to great use in the rivers of the American West. He was also a great outdoorsman, hiking and camping in his beloved Eastern Sierras with his wife. Al embraced his retirement by traveling the world, visiting spots as varied as Chile and Norway. Al was born in Glendale CA, spent much of his youth in Montana, went to Pomona College, Cal Berkeley, and UCLA medical school. He also did a stint in the Navy as a medical corpsman. He drew on that experience and became the head of Rheumatology at Kaiser Panorama City and later taught at Olive View County Hospital. Al is survived by his wife, his three children, his four grandchildren, and his two sisters. A rememberance will be held at a time and location to be determined. The family asks that you make a donation in Al's name to Trout Unlimited or the OHSU Knight Cancer Challenge in lieu of sending flowers. In the words of Douglas Adams, 'So Long And Thanks For All The Fish'
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Published in the Los Angeles Times on Mar. 29, 2014