Donald Schultz

Donald Raymond Schultz

Thursday, February 3rd, 1949 - Friday, July 12th, 2019
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Donald (Shorty) Schultz, 70, Kent, Ct. died unexpectedly on July 12, at Danbury Hospital. He was the son of the late Fred and Marjorie (Schnell) Schultz of Bantam. He left behind, his life –long partner of 47 years, Gloria (Peanut) Scribner. He was born in New Milford, Ct., Feb. 3, 1949, and grew up in Bantam, Ct. After living there for most of his life, he moved to Kent, Ct. He worked for Portanova in Waterbury, CT. as a fork lift diver for the trains for many years. Then he worked as a grounds keeper/maintenance, at The Kent School, Kent, Ct., before his retirement in 2016. In addition he worked many years at the True Value in Kent, Ct.
He loved to go fishing, hunting and mowing his lawn. Shorty and Peanut travelled to Cape Cod on vacation, for many years; a place they loved very much. They also loved watching the Mets, in good years and bad. He also leaves behind two sisters and two brothers, Betty Moore of Naugatuck, Ct, Helen Schultz of Torrington, CT and Chuck Schultz, of Port Richey Fl. and Jim Schultz of Torrington Ct.. Two daughters Karen & Pat Beatty of Sherman, Ct., Joann Marsh and Dave Pechaski of Warren, Ct., and a beloved grandson, Chad Beatty & Kelly Beatty, of Sherman, Ct. and other nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers contributions may be sent to the Kent Ambulance/Fire Dept., Kent, Ct.
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Edward Dunn

Posted at 10:45am
We worked with Shorty at Kent School and we loved him. He was friendly, enthusiastic, easy to talk with a wonderful person. He was one of the last guys I knew he still drank Schlitz beer. A unique person who was his own man. Ann and I will miss him.
Ann and Ed Dunn.

val duffy

Posted at 05:28pm
We are so sad to hear of Shorty's passing, so many of us have such Great memories. He was a true original Bantam Boy , our sincere sympathy to Gloria( Peanut) and his entire family.
Rick and Val Duffy

Dennis Tanner Posted at 03:39pm

So sorry to hear of Don's passing ..... Knew him for long time and True Bantam Boy ... Condolences to Joann and Family ..... Dennis A. Tanner

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