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SHULTZ Capt. THEODORE BYERS SHULTZ US Navy (Ret.) (Age 81) Captain Theodore Byers Shultz USN (retired) beloved husband, father, and grandfather and brother passed away unexpectedly in Vienna, Virginia on Saturday, September 14, 2013. He was born on November 27, 1931 in San Pedro, California, a son of the late Rear Admiral John Henry Shultz USN (retired) and Martha Merwin Shultz. As a member of a frequently moving Navy family, he attended schools in Coronado, California; St Croix, US Virgin Islands, Sea Girt, New Jersey; Washington, DC (John Eaton Elementary, Alice Deal Junior High, Woodrow Wilson High); Baltimore (St Paul's Episcopal Boy's School), and graduated from Woodrow Wilson in 1950. He enlisted in the US Naval Reserve, concurrently attending Sullivan's Prep School in Washington, DC before attending the United States Naval Academy, graduating in June 1956. He then went to sea as a surface warfare officer in the Pacific assigned to the PICKAWAY (APA 222); LAMOURE COUNTY (LST 883) as Executive Officer; RENSHAW (DD 499); SOUTHERLAND (DD 743) as Executive Officer; DESRON Fifteen as CSO and Operations Officer; Flag Secretary to Commander Seventh Fleet (VADMs Hyland and Bringle off Viet Nam 2/67 to 7/69); and BARBEY (DE 1088) as Commissioning Captain. He had two shore duty assignments at the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Arlington VA, attended the Command and Staff Course and Naval Warfare Course at the Naval War College, Newport RI, and was Aide to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Financial Management at the Pentagon. Upon retirement from the Navy, he was the Manager of the Sulgrave Club in Washington DC, and was a staff member at the National Security Industrial Association in Washington DC. Ted was a avid fly fisherman, vegetable gardener, wine connoisseur, and gourmet chef. His love of all things sports, especially Navy and Redskins football, was infectious. He always had a joke to enliven any occasion and enjoyed living life to the fullest. He is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Mona Anderson Shultz; daughters, Laurel Quinn of Cranbury NJ, Stephanie Mills (Christopher) of Highlands Ranch, CO and Andrea Shultz of Washington, DC; son, Theodore R. Shultz (Laura) of Ascot, England; brothers, John M. Shultz (Virginia) of Austin, TX and Robert T. Shultz (Margaret) of Arlington, VA; and seven cherished grandchildren, Annelise, Maria, and Genevieve Quinn; John Henry, Hannah and William Mills; and Max Shultz. Relatives and friends are invited to Ted's Life Celebration on Thursday, September 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 W. Maple Ave, Vienna, VA. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, September 27, at 11:30 a.m. at St. Mark's Catholic Church, 9970 Vale Rd., Vienna, VA. Inurnment at Arlington National Cemetery will take place at a later date. Online condolences and fond memories may be offered to the family at:

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Published in The Washington Post on Sept. 23, 2013
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