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1938 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
SCHULTZ, Attorney Richard S. "Dick" Age 78, passed away on August 25, 2016 at his home in Falmouth surrounded by family after a courageous battle with cancer. He is survived by his beloved wife of 50 years, Myrna (Natol) Schultz, daughter and son-in-law Marni and Andrew Schwartz, of Sharon, MA, and son and daughter-in-law Alan and Alisa Schultz of McLean, VA, his adoring grandchildren Samantha and Ben Schwartz, and Ellie and Toby Schultz, and his sister Joanne Frolich of Lexington, MA. Dick was born in Brockton in 1938 to the late David and Blanche Schultz. He graduated from Thayer Academy in 1956, Norwich University in 1960, and Boston University School of Law in 1963. Dick served on active duty from 1963-1966 with the U.S. Army as a Captain with the 2nd Armored Cavalry on the West German/Czechoslovakian border. Upon completion of his service, Dick returned to Brockton, where he established a very successful general law practice. Dick was very active in professional and community organizations and received several awards for distinguish service. He served as President of the Plymouth County Bar Association, the Brockton Kiwanis Club, and the South Area Jewish Community Center. He also served as Chairman of the Brockton Consumer Advisory Commission and was a member of the Brockton Board of Zoning Appeals, the Brockton Planning Board, and the Brockton Conservation Commission. Dick retired to Falmouth, MA in 2000. He remained active there, and was elected President of the Ballymeade Property Owners Association. He was an avid golfer with the Ballymeade Men's Golf Association. Dick was an ardent supporter and booster of his alma mater, Norwich University. He was appointed as a member of the Norwich Board of Fellows and both he and Myrna were named as Life Members of the Norwich University Partridge Society. He was further honored at his 55th reunion by Norwich University with its Sustained Service Award. He organized the Norwich Club of Cape Cod to welcome newly admitted students into the Norwich Family. In both his long professional career and many years of devoted community service, Dick lived up to the great Norwich University tradition of the ideal "citizen soldier." Services will be held at noon on Sunday at Temple Sinai, 25 Canton Street, Sharon. Burial with military honors will be at Plymouth Rock Cemetery in Brockton. Memorial observance will be at the home of Marni and Andrew Schwartz immediately following and on Monday from 2-4PM and 7-9PM. Shiva will resume at his home on Tuesday and Wednesday from 7-9PM. Remembrances may be made to Friends of the Colby Symposium, Norwich University, 158 Harmon Drive, Northfield, VT 05663 or The Falmouth Jewish Congregation Endowment Fund, 7 Hatchfield Road, East Falmouth, MA 02536. Brezniak-Rodman Funeral Directors brezniakrodman.com "Family Owned"
Published in The Boston Globe from Aug. 26 to Aug. 27, 2016
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