Clifford Warren Schultz (01/09/1927 - 03/29/2011)

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"Bud" (Age 84)

January 9, 1927 -
March 29, 2011

Clifford Warren Schultz was born January 9, 1927 to George and Mamie Schultz in Davenport, Washington. His family moved to Spokane and Bud attended North Central High School. He was drafted into the Army while a senior in high school and completed a tour of duty in Germany. Bud returned stateside, graduated from NC and married his high school sweetheart, Patricia Halstead on April 13, 1947, lovingly sharing 61 years together.

In addition to being a resident of Spokane, Bud also spent three brief years living in Portland, OR and Boise, ID. He was an accomplished building contractor, also working in the paving business and the concrete and metal pipe industry. He was a trainer for the Spokane Jets Hockey Club and was very active with local junior hockey programs. His leisure time was spent supporting his sons and grandchildren in sporting events, family time at various lakes, and visiting the Oregon Coast. His unselfish love for his family and friends made him a very special man to all who knew him.

Bud was preceded in death by his beloved Patricia in 2008, his parents, brother Glen Schultz and sister Ruth Foote. Bud is survived by his sister Margaret Wuesthoff and his loving sons Thomas (Deborah) Schultz of Spokane; Kenneth (Mary) Schultz of Beaverton, OR. Grandchildren: Molly (Kevin) Smith, Monica (Sean) Wood, Cameron (Terri) Schultz, Justin Schultz, Jodi (Mark) Collins, and Laura Barker. Great-grandchildren: Mackenzie Wood, Sydney and Peter Collins, Cooper and Cannon Smith, and Wyatt Schultz. Memorial services will be held at a later date.

Published in Spokesman-Review from Apr. 10 to Apr. 11, 2011
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