Richard Schuh
Richard Alan Schuh, age 71, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, March 24, 2014. He was born on October 15, 1942 in Buffalo, New York to his beloved parents George J Schuh and Grace Hutchinson, both deceased. He is survived by his wife Carol Schuh, his sons Gregory Schuh and wife Roseanne, and Andrew Schuh and wife Jennifer; daughter, Jennifer and husband Matthew Broderick; granddaughters Abigail and Savannah Schuh, and grandsons, Nicholas Broderick and Collin Schuh; brothers David and Christopher Schuh and sister Carole Cownie, and many loved nephews, nieces, and cousins.
Richard was a devoted Christian, husband and parent. Richard's passions were broadcasting, ham radio, flying, and most importantly-his grandchildren. His last position was Chief Engineer for Cox Radio, San Antonio. He was a member of Shearer Hills Baptist Church for over 30 years where he did the sound for services and special events. He was deeply loved and will be missed greatly by family and friends.
A memorial service and celebration of his life will be held at Shearer Hills Baptist Church, San Antonio, on April 5, at 3 PM.
Published by San Antonio Express-News on Apr. 2, 2014.
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What a professional radio broadcast Engineer and a dear loyal friend. A real loss to the world.
Jon Bennett
Cox enterprises
Jon Bennett
March 27, 2021
Richard was a true blue friend. Rain or shine, he was there for you. I feel blessed having him in my life. We both were with Cox radio in the good old days. Rest In Peace Richard. Youll never be forgotten.
Jon Bennett
March 27, 2020
Richard was a great man and a true pleasure work with for two decades. We had lots of laughs over the years as well. My condolences to Carol and the entire family.
Virgil Thompson
April 4, 2014
Thanks for all the help and jokes late at night when we were working on the transmitters. I can hear you now laughing at something silly I did. What a great smile and laugh! A life well lived!
Bret Huggins
April 4, 2014
We will miss you Richard. Thank you for being my friend. We had some good times at Cox Radio over the years. You made the world a better place Richard. 73
Jon Bennett, Richmond, VA
April 3, 2014
We shared birthdays only days apart, jokes, stories and work. For the some 30 years we worked together, directly and indirectly, will be remembered with kindness and good times.
Paul Reynolds
April 2, 2014
Thank you Richard for giving me the opportunity to get into Radio Broadcast Engineering, it was a pleasure being your assistant for 15 years! You will be missed as you were greatly respected, a true friend, a father figure and a great man.
Robert Fields
April 2, 2014
So sorry we won't be there on Saturday but are praising God for Dick's life and how he blessed us all so much. Our hearts are heavy for you but pray that you feeling God's healing peace. Love you and see you soon.
Sheryl Woolsey
April 2, 2014
Thoughts & prayers being sent to the family!!! RIP Mr. Schuh
Bridget Bussman
April 2, 2014
Richard Schuh, always an utmost professional at the radio stations he keep on the air day and night. I first had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Schuh here in San Antonio at KLLS. I was honored to work with him twice again at KSMG and Cox Radio. A fun man with a good sense of humor. He would always help us program talent in any way he could. Thank you Richard Schuh.
Roger Allen
April 2, 2014
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