Marian M. Schulz

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MARIAN M. SCHULZ Marian M. Schulz, age 92, departed peacefully among family July 21st 2014. She was born in Denver, Colorado in 1922 to Elmer L. Metcalfe and Frances E. Taylor. She attended Denver University and moved to Evanston, Illinois in 1945, where she was secretary of the Theatre Department at Northwestern University. She met graduate student Ronald Edward Schulz and they were married in 1948 in the Shakespeare Gardens on campus. The couple lived in Lubbock, Texas where Ronald was a professor of theatre and department head at Texas Tech University for 30 years. Marian was a bookkeeper and office manager of Cardiology Associates for 28 years. The couple retired in 1982 and moved to Santa Fe that year. Her husband Ronald died at home there in 1988. Marian attended Church of the Holy Faith from 1982 to 1993, and was appointed by the rector to the board of Faith Community Assistance Center for a period of two years. She volunteered at VNS Hospice Center for five years, assisting in the business office. She was a member of Bienvenidos Women's Division and served in the information booth on the Plaza in Santa Fe. She was a member of the Wheelwright Museum, and was a frequent gallery host as well as coordinator of the Book Club for many years. In 1993 Marian was involved in the formation of mission church, Christ the King, now called Church of the Holy Family. She served on the Bishop's committee, Altar Guild, and finance committee and continued as pledge secretary. She was an active member of the Women's Guild at Holy Faith and served as treasurer for many years. Marian also enjoyed the theatre, traveling in the US, Europe and Israel during her retirement years, and was an avid reader. Marian is survived by son Christopher and wife Ofelia, grandsons Christopher Eric and Alexander Edward and she lived near them in Fort Worth from 2009 until her passing. She is also survived by nieces Janice Mahony of Colorado Springs and Marty Jackson of Jasper Fl., and nephew Richard Metcalfe of Denver. Cremation will take place and inurnment will be in the columbarium at the Church of the Holy Faith Santa Fe. A memorial service will be held at St. Bede's Episcopal Church which Marian attended during her final years in Santa Fe, on Wednesday July 30th at 2:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the is suggested.
Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on July 27, 2014
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