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Mark Tyson SCHULLER

September 5, 1972January 28, 2019

Mark Tyson SCHULLER was born on September 5, 1972 and passed away on January 28, 2019.

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Mark Tyson SCHULLER

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Angela Hall

February 11, 2019

I, too, am a tennis friend of Mark. We were supposed to be Tennis Directors for HSTA this year because he had never volunteered previously and I shamed him into it! He reached out to me a couple of years ago when he told me he was concerned about his diet and exercise. I encouraged him to have a detailed physical but he didn’t do it citing lack of health insurance. I have the shoe calendar that he brought to this year’s HSTA White Elephant Party and will keep recycling it in his honor. He was taken from us way too soon and that is a tragedy. My sincere condolences to Mark’s parents, family, and of course, Adrian. Mark will be greatly missed by all of us.

Karen Meldrum

February 7, 2019

Karen Meldrum

February 7, 2019

Karen Meldrum

February 7, 2019

Karen Meldrum

February 7, 2019

Alex Cantu

February 5, 2019

I have known Mark for at least ten years. We met thru tennis and played many, many times together and against each other often times in the social mixers. Mark and i played doubles league together a few times and we also played a few tennis tournaments (doubles) together. The last one was at Westheimer Indoor last year. We always played very well together and would many times share a meal together afterwards. Mark and I really enjoyed great conversations together. Mark was indeed a friend and a great and kind person. I was recently not receiving a pay-check due to being a federal employee and Mark sent me a text that simply said, "hang in there Alex." That was Mark, being a friend and giving me some much needed encouragement.

Well my friend, I'm going to miss you. I will always cherish our moments together. And the fact that you never missed an overhead in tennis!! I hope and pray that you are in the arms of Jesus in heaven. In that case, I know I will see you again. That is our blessed promise as believers in Christ. May the Lord bring comfort and peace to your family.

Ellen Lim(Cartwright)

February 4, 2019

Mark and I often played tennis as partners even though I am not his level.
He never said no whenever I’d ask him to be my partner.
He was a great friend and partner who would never get mad or criticized my tennis skills.
He showed up and carried me so we would always have fun and share some laughs.

You will be greatly missed!!!!
RIP my dear friend!!!
Ellen

Shelley D Townsend

February 4, 2019

Condolences and prayers to all of the Schuller family and Adrian.

Larry Buehler

February 4, 2019

I met Mark at City Club during one of Bob Lahti's Friday Night Social some 15+ years ago. During that time, we became close friends, tennis partners and competitors with and against each other. We shared some wins, some losses and many, many laughs often at the expense of the team we were playing. Mark was a competitor and was quite the character on the court. The longer the point went, he was determined to win it no matter how difficult the shot he had to come up with. And many times, despite his size, he could get to most shots and put it back over the net for the winner! And if you hit the short lob to him, well, see ya' later....point over! We also enjoyed playing league together one season. Mostly, we played the Friday and Sunday socials. I was shocked and very saddened by his untimely passing and will miss his jokes, his laughter and wry sense of humor. May the Lord Jesus Christ wrap His loving arms around you and give you His peace and grace. My prayers are with your family and many, many friends. I will miss you each time I walk out onto the courts, my friend.

Shelley D Townsend

February 4, 2019

Met Mark thru tennis and he also joined our dart league for a number of years. He was, indeed, very competitive in his sports yet I am sure that he also loved the social aspect and camaraderie, just as much as playing. I had many fun concert experiences with Mark because he loved good music and, in fact, turned me on to one of my favorite Blues men, Eric Bibbs. He and Adrian joined me at the House of Blues for a Keb Mo and G Love concert and a number of other venues. Sting, in the Woodlands, unforgettable!
He had a quick wit and infectious laugh but was also very inquisitive about learning about just about everything! Loved to travel, loved his car, his gal, Adrian, his family and his many, many friends. I'm really going to miss those texts and posts, good tunes, so Mark, aka: Chubbacca, save those until we meet again! Your pal, Shelley.