Martin Schultz

Martin Schultz

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Martin Albert Schultz, 70, born May 7, 1948, resting with Jesus August 12, 2018. Husband of Linda Marie (Davis). Father of Emily C. (Andrew) McAllister. Grandfather of Eva Lane and Leo Alexander McAllister. He was preceded in death by his patents, Marold and Mary Ann, sister Mary Pat Coleman, and brothers Edward and David. He is survived by two brothers and two sisters, relatives Betty Hopkins, Howard and Karen Davis, Walter Davis and Katy Davis, nieces and nephews and beloved church family.

Martin was born in Libertyville, Illinois. He received Bachelor of Science Degrees from Marquette University in Philosophy and Nursing. He was an Evans Scholar and Vice President of the National Evans Scholar Organization. Martin practiced as a registered nurse. He was a long-distance bicycle rider taking trips from Chicago to New York, Chicago to Atlanta and Seattle to San Diego. He enjoyed all sports.

Special thanks are given to the staff of Surrey Place who lovingly cared for him and his family. Heartfelt appreciation to those family members and many friends who support us.

Memorials can be made to Manchester United Methodist Church, Men’s Prayer Group, who faithfully carried him and his family or the charity of your choice.

A Celebration of Life will be held August 15, 2018 at Manchester United Methodist Church, 129 Woods Mill Road, Manchester, MO. Visitation 10am followed by Service 11am in the sanctuary.

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  1. Alice Jensen says:

    I am sorry to hear about Marty’s death.
    He was at Surrey
    Place for so long I am sure they will miss him there, too.
    May the happy times give you fond memories

  2. Barb Loeffler says:

    Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Barb Loeffler

  3. LaDonna Whitten says:

    My heart is with you.
    LaDonna Whitten

  4. Bonnie Stegman says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

  5. Jenn Brunworth says:


    I am sorry for your loss. I hope that you are able to find peace at this difficult time. May his memory always be a blessing.

    Jenn Brunworth

  6. Beth Stuesse says:


    I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.


  7. Jenny Clark says:

    We will miss you, Uncle Marty. Your Schultz family has missed you for years. I’m so sorry that things ended this way; would’ve loved to have gotten a phone call from family telling us that you passed. Having to find out this way has hurt a lot of people, but we’ll move past it. Look forward to getting together with the Schultz clan for a memorial for you. Will miss your smile the most.

  8. Lisa Albers says:

    So sorry to hear your sad news. You have been in my prayers this week along with his other caregivers and your family. I wish him a peaceful rest in a perfect place. I wish you a peaceful time of recovery and the hope you need to move forward with your interests. Please know I am thinking of you often.

  9. Mae Lower Fleming says:

    I just found out about Marty passing and I’m so sorry. I know he is in the loving arm of our heavenly father, Jesus. I remember my dad, Marty’s Uncle Budd and Aunt Lidia, from Georgia when Marty rode his bike to Atlanta. He stayed with us while his bike was fixed id I remember correctly. We always loved seeing him when we visited Libertyville. Im keeping all of you in my prayers close during this time.

  10. Michael Mulhern says:

    Sincerest condolences and best wishes from the Marquette Evans Scholar family. Mike Mulhern Marquette,’69