David J. Shulski
1946 - 2021
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MARION HEIGHTS - David J. Shulski, 74, of Marion Heights, passed away Tuesday, April 27, 2021, at Geisinger Medical Center, in Danville.

He was born in Coal Township, Aug. 14, 1946, a son of the late Leonard and Clair (Beachum) Shulski.

He graduated from Roxboro High School, in Philadelphia.

David was a U.S. Army veteran.

David was a Philadelphia police officer for 24 years, later working for the Bureau of Enforcement and Investigation until his retirement.

He was a member and past president of the Mount Carmel Lion's club and Eagles social club, both of Mount Carmel.

He was an avid painter and enjoyed cooking. A licensed pilot, he enjoyed flying.

Surviving are a son, Christopher Shulski, of Reading; his companion for many years, Terry James, of Marion Heights; a sister, Joanne Ford and her husband, William, of Wilburton; and four grandchildren.

SHULSKI - David J. Shulski, 74, of Marion Heights. Services will be held at the convenience of the family at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, in Annville. Rothermel-Heizenroth Funeral Home, Mount Carmel, has charge of arrangements. Go to www.rothermelfh.com.



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Published in The News Item on Apr. 30, 2021.
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June 2, 2021
Terry and Dave's family: I am so sorry to hear of Dave's passing. I worked at the Scranton State Department with him before I retired some 11 years ago. He always spoke so lovingly about his family. He was a fine gentleman, an opinion shared by our co-workers. Please accept my deepest sympathy. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Nancy Kohut
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