Dick Schulte
1953 - 2021
Ellis Family Services Funeral and Memorial Care
13436 West Arbor Place
Littleton, CO
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Dick Schulte on August 21, 2021, while he was competing in the Triple Bypass bike race. Dick grew up in Winnetka, Illinois, raised by his father, Tom, and mother, Diane, with two younger sisters, Susan and Sally. He spent his youth sailing on Lake Michigan, playing drums in his band, and of course, playing soccer. He played soccer at Colorado College and remained an avid supporter of the team for the rest of his life – he never missed the first home game of the season. In addition to being a fierce competitor and consummate businessman, Dick was a loyal friend, trusted advisor, and above all else, devoted to his family. Dick is survived by his wife, Susan, children Nick, Sam, and Sarah, and five grandchildren who knew him affectionately as "Pops." The Schulte family appreciates what has already been an outpouring of love and support from Dick's community. For Dick's full obituary and information on his memorial service, please visit: https://gb774.app.goo.gl/sCUFK.

Published by PL-North on Sep. 9, 2021.
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Our hearts were broken with the tragic news of Dick´s passing. Dick was a champion as a husband, father, grandfather, friend and athlete. We have wonderful memories of Dick and Susan´s wedding; our first as a couple. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with Susan and the entire Schulte Family during this challenging time. We know their memories of Dick´s love, strength and positive attitude will always be a blessing to them.
Mark & Kathy Franzblau
September 21, 2021
CDI FIS team
September 7, 2021
May God´s loving kindness and comfort help you and your family through this difficult time. Matthew 5:4
September 6, 2021
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