Lynn M. Schulz
1941 - 2021
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Lynn M. Schulz

Montgomery - Lynn M. Schulz, 79, of Montgomery, peacefully passed away in her home April 11, 2021. She was born December 31, 1941 in Chicago to Tom and Marie McLaughlin. Lynn was the beloved wife for 56 years of Thomas Schulz; devoted mother of Thomas A. (Kristen) Schulz and Allison (Carl) Knepler; loving grandmother of Ashley, Emily, and Kylie Knepler; and dear aunt of many loving nieces and nephews. Visitation Wednesday, April 21st from 9 to 10:30a.m. at Mihovk-Rosenacker Funeral Home, 10211 Plainfield Rd. (45241) followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00a.m. at All Saints Catholic Church, 8939 Montgomery Rd. (45236). If desired, memorials suggested to The Salvation Army Greater Cincinnati Area, 114 E. Central PKWY (45202).

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Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer from Apr. 16 to Apr. 18, 2021.
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May 4, 2021
We are send our sympathy and love to your Family. Lynn was such a sweet and kind person to me and my children. She leaves a beautiful legacy with her children and grandchildren.
Stephanie Joyce
April 22, 2021
Tom, Chuck and I send our deepest sympathy on the loss of Lynn. We had some great times in Michigan on our summer vacations.
Nancy and Chuck Henson
April 21, 2021
Tom sorry for your loss! Lynn will be missed. Always had a smile on her face and full of joy.
Penny Stevens
April 20, 2021
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Marva Schulz
April 20, 2021
Schulz Cousins' Spring Lunch 2019 <br />Delores, Tom, Lynn, Marva, JoAnne
Thanks be to God that He allowed our paths to intersect. From the moment Lynn and I met there was a sweet, kind and warm spirit permanently etched in our relationship. We so enjoyed our annual cousin lunches. Every visit with Lynn brought blessing. Thanks be to God for her smile, her kindness, her quiet strength in difficult times. In His mercy He has welcomed her to peaceful rest. He has left us with the fragrance of Lynn in our heart and her influences on each one who was touched by her.
"May the God of Hope fill you with all joy and peace as you Trust in Him..." Romans 15:13
"Now is your time of grief, but I will see you again and you will rejoice..." Jesus promises in John 16:22.
Marva Chubb-Schulz
April 20, 2021
Lynn we go back over 43 years as friends and you were so much a part of our life here in Dayton. You were such a loving and caring friend and when you moved to Montgomery we missed having you in our every day life, although we still kept in touch and shared many a time together. I'm so glad we kept in touch over the years and all the wonderful memories we shared. May you Rest in peace in the presence of Jesus now dear friend.
Russ and Karol Hadick
April 17, 2021
Rest well, Auntie Lynn. Thank you for the smiles and hugs, the buckeyes and the Cincinnati chili, and most of all, thanks for being a beautiful person.
David Schulz
April 16, 2021
Will always remember your smile and pleasant outlook on everything. You fought a long battle. RIP
Jackie & Joe Chunko
April 16, 2021
We shall miss you Lynn Our breakfast together at Tip Top in Carlsbad California Sharing time with our grandkids when they were at St Pats
Lots of happy memories
John And Pauline Clark
April 16, 2021
Rest in Peace sweet Lynn. I always enjoyed your visits to Carlsbad, you were always so fun, generous, kind and loving to all of us. Much love. You will be missed. Hugs to Tom!
Stephanie Stringfellow
April 16, 2021
Rest In Peace Auntie Lynn

Enjoy your Thanksgiving feast in heaven
John Schulz
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