Robert (Bob) Shultz

Robert (Bob) A. Shultz

Saturday, January 19th, 1935 - Thursday, March 12th, 2020
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Robert (Bob) A. Shultz, 85, of Bellefonte passed away at Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College with his family by his side. Born in Bellefonte on January 19, 1935, he was the son of the late Clark C. and Lula (Rachau) Shultz.

Bob served in the Air Force Drum and Bugle Corps. He was employed by the Federal Government until his retirement in 1983.

He is survived by two brothers, Gary A. (Cinda) and David C. (Michele) Shultz, of Bellefonte, and one sister-in-law, Peggy Shultz, of Bellefonte. Also surviving are his beloved nieces, Karen (Chester) Butler, Robin (Mike) Miller, Denise (Michael) Provencher, Kimberly (Clark) Clatterbuck, Jennifer (Matt) Brungard, Jamie (Adam) Hockenberry, Angela Watson, Kimberly (Bobby) Gummo, and nephews, Dennis (Sara) Shultz, Brian (Jenn) Shultz, and Jeffery D. Shultz.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Clark C. and N. Dennis Shultz.

Bob was of the protestant faith. He was a life member of the Bellefonte Elks Lodge #1094 and a member of the American Legion Post #33 in Bellefonte. Bob will be remembered as the kind and pleasant man that he was. He was truly loved by many and will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Funeral services and burial will be private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are under the direction of Wetzler Funeral Service, Inc. in Bellefonte.
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    206 N. Spring Street
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Mark Sinclair

Posted at 09:59am
“Brother”Schultz was a valued friend. His knowledge was never ending. Visiting with him was part of my life. Our friendship will be missed very much. My heartfelt condolences to all his family. RIP Brother.

Fred E. McMullin

Posted at 07:48pm
Bob was a prolific person. His knowledge of the Bellefonte Community (both the prominent and non-prominent) was always interesting to hear him articulate. Gone is our mentor and he will always be remembered and missed. The Elks Lodge 1094 will not be the same without him. RIP my good friend!

Fred E. McMullin
Bellefonte, PA

Linda Nau

Posted at 05:59pm
An interesting person and good friend to many. My deepest sympathy to Tiger's friends and family. He certainly will be missed. I knew Tiger was in the Elks when I would see the light on in the room where he spent his time talking to his friends or reading the paper. Most of all I will miss seeing him sitting on the porch at the Elks during the summer. Rest in Peace dear Tiger.

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