Charlie E Schulz

Charlie E. Schulz, 63, of Bryan, passed away Thursday, May 31, 2012 at his residence. Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan. Interment will follow at Rest-Ever Memorial Park in Bryan. Visitation will be at the funeral home from 6-8 p.m. Monday, June 4, 2012.

Charlie Schulz was born on September 17, 1948. He was a lifelong resident of Bryan and attended Brazos Fellowship. He was a cement truck driver and worked for Boyd Ready Mix.

Charlie loved being around family and helping people out. He loved working on equipment, fishing, hunting, camping on the river and watching westerns on TV. Charlie received the Purple Heart while serving thirteen months in Vietnam.

He was preceded in death by his brothers, Wilbur Schulz and Lawrence Schulz; and his sister, Mary Miller.

Survivors include his wife, Wanda Schulz; sons, Charlie Edward Schulz, Jr.,of Pennsylvania, Rick Redmond and wife, Sandra, of Meyersville, Texas; daughters, Tracie Redmond, of Bryan, and Jennifer Boerm and husband Chris, of Santa Fe, Texas; brothers and sisters-in-law, Willie and Dorothy Schulz, of Bryan, and Leroy and Charlene Schulz, of Shepherd, Texas; sisters, Dora Redden, of Midwest City, Oklahoma, Nelda Henninger, of Midwest City, Oklahoma, Betty Peters, of Bryan, Linda Martinez, of Pasadena, Texas, Rosalee Ash, of Crosby, Texas, and Joan Ackerman, of Splendora, Texas; ten grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice Brazos Valley, 502 W. 26th St. , Bryan, TX 77803.

Condolences

  1. I am very sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing away. Charlie’s dedication as a husband, Father, Step-Father, Father-in-Law, and Grandfather (better know as Pa Pa) will be forever missed. He made a huge impact on my life over the years as a member of your family. Whenever I needed something or needed to learn how to fix something, Charlie was always there to teach and remind me that Yankees need to be loved as well. The biggest thing I will miss about Charlie is the love he had for his Grandchildren. I remember Bryan and Makayla always excited to see their Pa Pa for a chance to ride on his lap on the John Deere Tractor. Charlie will be missed and my thoughts and prayers go out to you Wanda – and the entire family.

  2. I remember Charlie when we all used to live out in the Brazos bottom. I was probably around six or seven years old at the time, and I certainly can tell you that Charlie was one great guy to be around. And now that all of his pains and struggles are over, I pray that God Bless and safely keep all who are left behind. I extend my most sincere condolences to the entire Shulz family, along with all of Charlie’s close friends. Rest and sleep well, my friend.

  3. He was made of steel hard as a Cement truck .biggest heart a man could have been given by GOD he loved his family very much. he was a insperation to me.. very dear freind i took to heart .I enjoyed the wisdom and the joy you shared freind i will never forget the time we hade together…good and bad You will be miss Charlie Schulze Love you ugly Rip My dear freind

  4. Wanda, I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family during this difficult time my friend. Charlie was loved by so many and he will be truly missed by all. You and Charlie have so many wonderful memories that you will be able to cherish always. He will always be with you, by your side and close to your heart. I am here for you always. I love you my dear friend.

  5. Charlie was like a grandpa to me for a very good portion of my life. I remember driving his john deer tractor in the back yard all the time. He will be missed. My thoughts are with the family. Rest in Peace. I love you guys.

  6. I am so sorry to hear that uncle Charlie passed. It deeply saddens me that I did not get to see him more often in my adult life. I will always remember my dad taking us out to grandma’s house and seeing him there. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

    Deepest Sympathy,
    Paula Armstrong

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