Ethel Mae 'Pat' Schuller was raised on an Iowa farm and was a teenager during World War II. In 1971, she and her youngest children moved to Montana where Pat graduated from college with honors – obtaining a B.A. degree in psychology. She worked as an administrator of a large independent living complex for senior citizens until retirement in 1996. Pat had seven children, nine grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren. Her two lifelong dreams were fulfilled when obtaining a college degree and writing the book "Real Heroes" about her brother Darry's World War II experiences.
Pat had a passion for travel. She was a sports fan, in particular football and baseball, specifically the Denver Broncos and Seattle Mariners to which she was totally dedicated. What meant the most to Pat was, however, her family. Nothing pleased her more than visits from her children and grandchildren. Pat was an extraordinary woman and will be greatly missed my by all who knew her.
Pat was preceded in death by: her husband, Virgil A. Schuller; daughter, Jane A. Simonton; father, Adrian C. Logan; mother, Ethel Mae Logan; and brothers, Harry C. Logan, Darry A. Logan, and S. Richard Logan. She is survived by: her children, Joel (Joanne) Schuller of Des Moines, Iowa, Bill (Dotty) Schuller of Cusick, Wash., Gregg Schuller of Houston, Texas, Fred Schuller of Roundup, Mont., Paul Schuller of Casper, Wyo., and Karen Schuller of Bozeman, Mont.; siblings, Dan H. (Claudette) Logan of Powell, Wyo. and Garth E. (Carla) Logan of Anchorage, Alaska; sister-in-law, Mert Logan of Havelock, Iowa; nine grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
A private memorial service for family and friends will be held at 4 p.m. on Monday, June 10, 2013 at Dahl Funeral Chapel.
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