OBITUARY

Lana Rae Schulze

March 18, 1959June 5, 2019
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Lana Rae Schulze was born March 18, 1959 in Dallas Texas and passed away peacefully in her sleep on June 5, 2019.

Lana attended Bryan Adams High School. She married the love of her life, Martin Willie Schulze, on September 12, 1993 in San Antonio Texas. They established their home in Mesquite Texas where they raised their four daughters.

Lana retired from Ernst & Young in May of 2018 after 20+ years of service and was looking forward to spending lots of time with family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her husband Martin, parents Louis and Wanda, and niece Shannon Kelley. She is survived by her sisters Sharon Parker and Laurie Crim, daughters Macey Taylor and husband Evan, Jennifer Alonzo and husband Robert, Amanda Martin and husband Greg, Rachel Schulze, granddaughter Emersyn Lynn Taylor, grandsons Markus, Adam, and Andrew Alonzo, Matthew and Michael Martin, nieces Kaylee and Leah Flores, nephew Cooper Kelley, and many other family members and friends.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, June 11, 2019
  • Committal Service Tuesday, June 11, 2019

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VICKIE FARRIS-GRAVES

June 11, 2019

Breaks my heart to hear this. Such a fun sweet soul. Had such fond memories of our high school years and often thought about Lana. God Bless your family!

David Fatheree

June 10, 2019

Very sad to see this, Lana and I were friends with several other really good friends during the time that we all worked at Western Electric in the late 70's. We had a lot of fun together during those times of working, bowling and just simply hanging out. We lost touch over the years however, I never forgot the enjoyable times that we had together as friends. She was one of a kind in a good way, I pray for her family during this very sad time.

Tracy Herson

June 10, 2019

I was a co-worker of Lana's at EY for over ten years. I couldn't tell you how many times we'd talked about just about any topic under the sun at her desk or mine. While I'd lost touch with her when I left the firm, I thought of her quite often. Oh how I wish I'd reached out and met her to catch up but I suppose we always think we have all the time in the world. The world is a much more drab place without her in it. She (and her infectious laugh) will be missed. My deepest condolences to her family.

Brooke Miller Akers

June 9, 2019

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Brooke Miller Akers

June 9, 2019

Thought Macey and grandkids would enjoy these pics of Lana as a young girl. 1967 & 1969. Birthday party on Lockhart. We had some great times as kids playing hide and go seek and fake smoking those dried flower stems! Oh my! Your spirit will live forever. Love and prayers to Sharon, Macey and the family

Tony Allen

June 8, 2019

OH Lana i was hoping this wasn't true when Tim called me on the 5th, I couldn't find it anywhere that day so i was hoping Tim was wrong but then the next day came and I went back to "Space Book" and found this SAD news. Just to share some memories, i hope its okay... Grew up around Lana late 70's thru the 80's and i had forgotten about the late night/early morning bowling league Tim has mentioned. But some of my best memories were the trip we took to Corpus Christie, Lana had the girls in her Z28 and i had the guys in my car, i even got a ticket in San Antonio..lol.. but what a time we had and Poor Lana got SO sunburned the very first day at the beach and WOW she was red as a Lobster i sat with her that night and helped put some kind of lotion on her back and legs. Other memories was when she had Macey and had me come over to the house to hold her. I said "I am scared" she said just sit down and she handed me Macey and taught me how to hold her. I was over there a few more times before i lost contact with Lana. You know life goes on for everyone. I was blessed to find Lana about 3 years ago and we spoke on the phone a number of times catching up and then last year the sad news about her husband. I'm very sad but happy Lana is back with her parents and husband. Please God hold Lana close and Bless Macey and her little girl and Lana's sisters and whole entire family.

Karen McGowan

June 8, 2019

Oh Lanner, you took a chunk of my heart with you. You were the most real, take-me-as-I-am person I’ve ever known. You taught me so much about how to stand up for myself and what perseverance through adversity means. Such love and pride for your family. You left a mark in this world and will be missed so very much. I love you my friend.

Melissa Reavis

June 7, 2019

My thoughts and prayers go out to all of Lana’s family. She was an amazing woman who loved her family and friends fiercely. Lana always had a great time no matter what she was doing. She was hilarious and you never new what she was going to say next, which I loved about her! Rest In Peace Lana, you are definitely loved and missed.

Tim Key

June 7, 2019

Prayers go out to the family. I worked with Lana years ago at Western Electric, we were both 18 or 19 years old. We had some good times, bowled on the bowling league at 1 in the morning, all the house parties she had. Memories that will last forever. RIP ole friend

Janet Davis Wagner

June 7, 2019

When I was a very young lady Lana and Macey were my downstairs neighbors. We grew to love each other so. She was a mentor, a counselor, a fiercely loyal friend. Macey was my darling and my flower girl in my wedding and Amanda is like my very own child still. My heart has hurt with each loss she has endured all so close together and to think of the world without her in it is the biggest heart break of all. I love all of you so much and pray for you comfort beyond measure with all my heart

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