April 15, 1952 – March 17, 2020
William Albert Schultz, age 67, of Reserve Twp., died on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at UPMC St. Margaret. Born April 15th, 1952, in Pittsburgh, he was the son of Marylou (Penn) Schultz, and the late Albert Schultz.
Bill was a happily retired, hard working former Stock Clerk at Giant Eagle who rarely missed a day of work. He enjoyed many vacations with family to Ocean City, Myrtle Beach, Key West, Jamaica, Caribbean Island cruises, and especially a trip to Alaska. He loved to stop at every brown historical sign he passed along the way while the kids moaned and groaned. He was a historical enthusiast who has read many books on a variety of subjects. Bill was a member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Millvale and also a member of the Moose Lodge for 47 years. Above all, he was a family man who devoted his life to loving, caring and providing for his family. He was an inspiration as a husband, father, brother, son, grandfather, uncle and nephew.
Bill is survived by his loving wife - Sue (Sippel) Schultz; one son and daughter-in-law - Gary and Michelle Schultz; one son-in-law - Rob Touzet; one sister and her husband - Kathy and Pete Granger; and two grandchildren - Chloe and Sofia Touzet. In addition to his father, he is preceded in death by a daughter - the late Carrie (Schultz) Touzet.
A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Holy Spirit Church in Millvale at a later date.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
April 5, 2020
When I first entered the Brei/Schultz family 47 years ago I was overwhelmed by their large family gatherings. Bill always made a point to welcome me and talk for a while. He was a quiet, gentle presence. He was so happy when he spoke of his family. I hope Sue and Gary are comforted by their happy memories of Bill and the thought of him being well in heaven and with Carie.
March 31, 2020
Bill, what fun we had growing up. Your family coming to visit Grandma almost every Saturday night. We had a great time. Kinda lost touch once we all got married and had children. Now that we are all retired, we got back together again and played games and just had fun. Remembering our new year's eve ritual of going to DePietro's for dinner then someone's house for Mexican Train. Crack of midnight we were all outside ringing in the new year! Great memories! Visiting you in the hospital these past several months you were always upbeat and never complaining. Loved the reminiscing. I'll truly miss you, cuz!!
March 30, 2020
Bill was my brother in-law for more years than I can count. We spent holidays, summers at the beach or on cruises anywhere there was food and beer. He loved my kids like his own and they will remember Uncle Bill with a lot of fond memories. We are deeply saddened by his passing but know he will be much happier where he is with his Carrie in heaven. He gave it a good fight. I'm so glad we got to see him while he was in the hospital and could talk to him.
Love you Bill,
March 23, 2020
Bill was a good friend.we spent many hours playing pin ball at the Millvale bowling alley.lf we weren't doing that we were walking the town from one end to the other.we lost touch when I moved out of town. I'll always remember him as a great guy. I'm glad I got to see him at the last reunion. Rest in peace my friend
March 21, 2020
Aunt Mary Lou & Family,
So sad to learn of Bill’s passing. He was a good man and will be missed.
Bill and Debbie Penn
March 21, 2020
So sorry to hear of your loss, I loved catching up with Bill about his mom and sister Kathy when I would see him. Always a smile and time to chat,