Edward Michael Schuh

March 24, 1966July 29, 2020

Edward Michael Schuh, age 54, of Dallas, Texas passed away on Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Edward was born March 24, 1966.

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Edward Michael Schuh

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Melissa Gioldasis

August 19, 2020

Dear Traci and Family,
I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m so sad for your family and know you will miss him dearly.
I’m praying for your family to find peace and healing.
♥️Melissa Gioldasis

Scott Blacklin

August 10, 2020

Dear Traci, Bo, Cam, Camille and Christi - our heartfelt condolences to all of you and to the many friends who feel deeply the loss of a wonderful man all too soon.

I remember meeting Beep as a rambunctious 10-year old in 1976 at the Schuh home in Saranac Lakes in Florida. Beep and I shared a father who invited me to spend some time with his lovely wife Kim and a set of new siblings I had never known. The warmth, laughter and mischievous intellect that others have described were already evident in this "new" brother. We were inseparable during that visit, and thus began a relationship which spanned the years. With Beep, every visit, every conversation was an adventure punctuated by belly laughs. His imitations of our father were spot-on and highlighted the zaniest aspects of our shared bond. We will all miss his energy, his warmth and his generosity of spirit.

Scott & Elizabeth Blacklin

Bob Hennessey

August 8, 2020

I met Ed while attending many of the same conferences. It turned out we both went to FSU in the 80s and I thought it was awesome that he played for Bobby Bowden. We shared a lot of great stories about FSU college days while manning the booths waiting for advisors to stop by so we could sell them on whatever funds we were representing at the time. I never knew he had a child named Bowden, that’s awesome.

I hadn’t spoken to him in years but if we were to it would of been like no time had passed. I was sad to hear the news but I know he is in heaven now where all great people like him belong.

Go Noles

Steve Callender

August 7, 2020

Beep and I connected in about 2018 as long lost cousins (thanks to 23 & Me). His mother, whom I knew as Kimmie, was my first Cousin, which made Beep my first cousin once removed. We had a bunch of phone contacts and I was able to fill out a lot of Family history that he did not have. I am deeply sad to have never met him in person, but glad to know Christi and I look forward to one day meeting Traci and his and her kids. I am of an age that I knew his Grandfather (Bob Wadewitz), his Grandmother (Camille, aka 'Mouse') and his Great Grandparents Edward H. and Nettie J. Wadewitz (they being my Grandparents). I will always remember the delight we shared in our conversations about our shared family history. His untimely passing leaves me with a great hole in my heart. My deep condolences I send to his Sister, his Wife, and his children! I hope to meet you all in person one day!
Steve Callender

Stephen Mergler

August 7, 2020

Like Todd Stella, Beep was an inseparable part of my childhood in Sea Ranch Lakes. The Schuh's lived a couple of doors away from us, and we spent countless hours playing street football, riding our bikes, sharing La Spada's, and just being kids. We attended each other's birthday parties, and went to camp together in North Carolina.

We kept in touch over the years, and Beep was always quick to reach out and offer a kind word, most especially when my own brother passed away in 2016. I'd like to share the words he put on the memorial page for my brother -

"Tim was the little brother I never had and a great, dear friend! As Kids, Tim and Steve were always my playmates and baseball teammates,. So many of my fondest childhood memories include "Timmy" and playing sports in the street on Saranac in SRL!

All of my love and Prayers to the entire Mergler Family.

It meant so much then. I hope these memories mean as much to the Schuh family.

I'd like to end with the same quote he closed with for my brother's memorial -

John 14:1-3 “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you?And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also"

(Beep and me at camp)

Maurice Bastidas

August 4, 2020

Traci, Bowden, Cameron, Camille and Christi:
On behalf of my family, I wish you all our deepest condolences and our love during this most difficult time. I met Beep as an adult but formed a kinship with him as if we had been friends since childhood.
That was his magic, he just made you feel good about yourself and the friendship. Warm, intelligent, fun and generous, he was a light that you were drawn to. Florida State football weekends will never be the same without him. He will be sorely missed and I still can't believe I will never feel one of his bear hugs ever again. I hope the memory of his warmth and heart of gold bring you solace in this moment of pain. Much love.

Terri and Kurt Johnson

August 4, 2020

We loved sitting with Beep at the softball games when our girls were playing softball many years ago. He alway kept us entertained!

Traci you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Todd Stella

August 4, 2020

I knew, Beep, my entire life. We grew up in Sea Ranch together. We went to Pine Crest together. We went to Cardinal Gibbons together. We went to the University of Florida together. We socialized after college together. We lost touch but when we did connect it was like we had just spoken the day before.

I have many funny stories about Beeper. When I tell some of what my wife likes to call, “your stories” many involve, Beep. Beep, became a legend to my friends. They believe he was a fictional character used for plot development. When beginning a childhood story some asked, “Is this a story with that guy, Beep”? The answer was usually, “yes”. I have so many funny stories about, Beep, that this could go for pages.

But this is my favorite:

Around 11 years old Beep and I discovered talk radio. We would call talk radio shows and pretend to be adults. We were clearly 11-year old’s trying to put on an adult voice, I am guessing they needed callers. The objective was to get past the call screener and get on the air. Beep was great at getting on the air. I would go in the other room and listen to Beep on the radio. He was hilarious! He had perfected the voice of an old and foul-mouthed woman. The game was to see how many dirty words you could subtlety get on air before they hung up (we were 11-year-old boys what did you expect?). Beep, always won. We would laugh for hours re-enacting our success over the airwaves. Afterwards, Beep would coach me on my voice and share ideas for different characters. Could you imagine an adult walking into that room? One 11-year-old coaching the other on creating adult voices so they could make it past the call screener for The Alan Courtney Show on 940 WINZ radio? Fun times. Simple times. A great memory.

I choose to remember my friend Beep with a smile on his face, a mischievous look in his eye and a unique idea in his head that was going to be fun.

My deepest condolences to Traci, Bo, Camille and Christi

Nick Brock

August 4, 2020

I'm so sorry for the family and dearest friends of Edward Schuh! He was a kind man who really loved his family. He loved and enjoyed talking about his wife Traci, his kids, siblings, football, and helping people! He was a gentle giant amongst us. I'm truly grateful for knowing Edward in the few months of speaking with him that I was able to make an impact and give him hope. I really enjoyed working with him and getting to know him.
Thank you and God bless! Nick Brock

Gerald Courson

August 3, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family. What a stunning loss of a larger than life man. To know Beeper even a little while was to see his zest for life. He will be missed.