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Arloa M. Schultz

1943 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Arloa M. Schultz Obituary
Arloa M. Schultz (Winslow) (Belisle) 72, passed away on November 25, 2016 at Wolcott View Manor, Wolcott CT after a brief illness.

She was born in Burlington VT to Willard T Winslow and Mary (Christopher) Winslow on December 3, 1943. She attended Bristol Central High School. She Lived in Bristol CT, Wolcott CT, and Terryville Ct, before retiring to Stratton, VT. Arloa Married Roger Schultz May 15,1982.

She is pre-deceased by her parents, her daughter Christine Belisle (1966) and her husband Roger Schultz (2015).

She is survived by her sons, Peter Belisle and his wife Sandra of Malta NY and Grandchildren Olivia and Cooper. Christopher Belisle and his wife Jennifer of Wolcott CT and Grandchildren Chase and Caden. Also, survived by her brother, Walter Winslow of Apopka FL, Her sister, Alana Forte and her husband Alfred of Ocklawaha FL. Sister-in- law's, Diane Laferrier (Belisle) of Oakville CT, Sandy O'Riley (Schultz) and Sally Witick (Schultz), both of Terryville CT. Brother-in-laws Edward Schultz of Chicago IL and Erwin Schultz of Plainville CT. Her Best Friend, Shirly Douglas of Forestville CT and her beloved cat Muski now residing in Malta NY. She also leaves an Aunt and many nieces and nephews.

She Worked at Litchfield Farm Shop in Bristol CT, Pickwick's in Wolcott CT and retired from Islie Screw Machine Co. in Terryville CT. She was an active Den Mother for Peter and Christopher in Pack 230 Wolcott CT. She was a member of the Terryville American Legion Auxiliary and the Terryville Fire Department Auxiliary.

She attended South Wardsboro First Congregational Church where she had many friends.

SERVICE: There will be a Grave Side Service on Sunday December 4, 2016 at 1:30 in the afternoon at Ball Cemetery, Ball Farm Rd Stratton VT. A celebration of life will be held at the Stratton Town Hall following the service.

In lieu of flower please make donations to the , Terryville Fire Department Auxiliary, Stratton Volunteer Fire Department or your local animal shelter.
Published in Brattleboro Reformer on Nov. 30, 2016
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