Loueda Mae Schultz
October 15, 1928 – April 4, 2020
Loueda Mae (Zink) Schultz, 91, of Miamisburg entered Eternal Life on Saturday, April 4, 2020. Her final days were spent at home with family, under Hospice-directed care. Loueda was born on October 15, 1928 in Dayton, Ohio, to Ralph and Bessie (Green) Zink. She married her husband, Paul T. Schultz, in June 1947. She is survived by her husband and her sons; Paul Steven (Lynn) Schultz, Daniel C. (Pat) Schultz, Thomas A. Schultz, and beloved Foreign Exchange Student ‘son,’ Benjamin (Maru) Villacana E; a sister, Marietta (Zink) Greene; a sister-in-law Alma Zink, 10 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild and eight nieces and nephews. She was predeceased in death by her parents and brother, Eugene Zink. Loueda graduated from Miamisburg High School in 1946. She treasured her roles of homemaker and mother to three boys. Loueda served as the school secretary at Kinder School, Miamisburg, for 11 years. The remainder of her working life was spent working with her husband, Paul, for Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services, specifically Dorothy Love Retirement Community of Sidney Ohio.
After her retirement Loueda enjoyed traveling with her husband in their RV. They particularly enjoyed many years of being ‘winter Texans’ in the Port Aransas area. When not traveling, she enjoyed tole painting (member: National Society of Tole and Decorative Painters), crocheting, visiting her friends, family and hosting family gatherings. One of the joys of her life was her life-long friends specifically Dale and Elnora Schram,
She was an active and dedicated member of St. Jacob Lutheran Church, Miamisburg. During the 1960’s and 70’s Loueda and Paul served as advisers for the church’s Luther League youth group.
A memorial service will be scheduled at a date yet to be determined. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to St. Jacob Lutheran Church, 213 E. Central Ave., Miamisburg, OH, 45342; the Arthritis Foundation at arthritis.org. or Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton at hospiceofdayton.org. Services are entrusted to GEBHART-SCHMIDT-PARRAMORE Funeral Home, Miamisburg.
A memorial service will be announced at a later date
Loueda Mae Schultz
April 28, 2020
So sorry for your family's loss. I attended Kinder School for 2 years while Mrs. Schultz was the secretery. I just remembered while reading about her the time she fell at our skating party and broke her wrist at Germantown Skating rink. I hope your family continues to enjoy all of your memories about her. Good bless you.
April 10, 2020
Dear Schultz Family,
I am so sorry for the loss of Loueda she was an amazing woman. It's been a blessing to be part of her life the past 15 years I've known her. She will be forever missed amd will always be in our hearts. Rest In Paradise Loueda I love you!!!!
April 8, 2020
Mom we miss you. She lived a long life filled with so many blessings. And the love she had for all of us was her strongest attribute. But raising three boys, she also knew how to care for others, give fully of herself and mentor. Her work as a secretary at Kinder School was a testament to that. She was the one that children first saw when they had to go to the "principal's office" and became a mother figure to them. Taking care of their booboos, consoling them when they got into trouble, calling the parents when they were sick or had to be picked up for other reasons. And she was the best mother a son could ever want. In the summers when us boys were out of school, she became our playmate. She would always have ways to come up with pretend activities for us and join in the fun. And she enjoyed socializing with their friends. She and Dad had a special group that got together every month to play pinochle for as long as I can remember. And wow, she could cook. When we got together for reunions or family gatherings and campouts she could rustle up the best dishes...her famous chip dip recipe even made it into movies. But she loved children, especially her 10 grand and 26 great & great great grandchildren and always made them feel loved and important with those around them. Everyone loved to come visit her. But the most important memory I have of Mom is her love and devotion to Dad. Nearly 73 years of marriage was a testament to their love for each other. And that permeated throughout our extended family. A marriage supported by their firm religious beliefs and dedicated commitment to family. We love you Mom!
April 7, 2020
We send our heartfelt condolences to Paul and family. Living next door for the last 25 years was a pleasure, as Loueda was always pleasant, smiling, and a most cherished neighbor. May God bless her and may her soul rest with Him in heaven. We'll always remember her warm smile.
Erica & Park Doing
John and Laura Quinn
April 7, 2020
We are praying for Gods peace to bring you comfort, knowing many loving memories are in your hearts. With our sincerest sympathy
April 6, 2020
Grandma has always been there. It’s hard to imagine a world without her in it. I’m glad we won’t have to as a part of her will live in each of her family members for the rest of their lives. I am so thankful for having 4th of July celebrations with Grandma right through this year. What a powerful and loving woman!!!