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1933 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Francis T. "Tim" Schantz Obituary
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September 25, 2018

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October 17, 2017
Veronica, Walt , John and family,
Sad to here of Tim's passing. Pati and I send our deepest sympathy and pray God will help you though this difficult time. We will keep you in our prayers.
Chuck and Pati
October 15, 2017
To all Schantz family members: Remembering Timmy means laughing a lot, thinking of old Irondequoit when there were many farms and open fields and good old Irondequoit High School where we spent three years at the corner of Cooper Road and Titus Avenue before moving to the new high school on Cooper. Tim and I used to see each other during the summers in high school when he was working for his Dad and I was working for my Dad; always amiable, soft spoken with a dry sense of humor, we would part by promising to see each other in school or "out on the road"; hard to believe all these years have passed, wonderful to remember those early years. With fondness and thankfulness that Tim is out of that wheelchair and is now in God's loving hands. Bill Ruoff, Class of 1951, Irondequoit High School.