SCHULTZ, Larry Vernon George

With great sadness but much love, we say goodbye to Larry who passed away on February 19, 2022 after a difficult but short battle with brain cancer at the age of 77.

Larry was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend to countless many. He will be sadly missed by Mary, the love of his life and wife of 55 years; sons Eric and Lorin (Bobbi); grandchildren Bethany, Ava, Logan, Annika and Aidan; siblings Bob (Lori), Elaine and Betty, and a large extended family of nieces, nephews, and in-laws. He was pre-deceased by his parents, Edward and Emma, and his brother, Stan.

Larry loved life and always enjoyed gathering with his family and friends so, instead of a funeral or memorial service, a celebration of life is being planned. Memorial donations can be made to a charity of your choosing in lieu of flowers.

Serenity Funeral Service – South Edmonton, (780)450-0101

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Sheila Moberg

I was so sad to read of Larrys passing, I west to school with Larry at Victoria High School. Larry e-mailed me in 2020, it was so nice too hear from him. So many years have passed he told me he was married to the most wonderful woman in the world. My thoughts and and prayers go out to you and your family Mary

Judy Sayler

Mary, I am so sad by the loss of Larry. He was an inspiration to many of us at the bridge club and I enjoyed being his bridge partner and at times his opponent. I will remember him as a kind and caring person and I send my heartfelt condolences to Mary and his family.

Ken Sutley

Larry was an avid bridge player. I played against him for years and have played with him online for the past year and a half. He was a good partner and a difficult opponent. He will be sorely missed by his bridge friends. He was the captain of our 4-player bridge team and we have renamed the team ‘Missing Larry’ in his honour. Condolences to Mary and the family.

Roberta Stirling

Mary: You were so good to share Larry with us bridge players. Larry was an insightful player and I remember, fondly, how he looked like a respectful schoolboy when playing with his mentor Barry Prichard! His Life Master celebration, at your home, was deeply personal and I could see the close bond between you two. He will be missed by the bridge community. We can only offer you our condolences. Love to all, Roberta Stirling

Jane Miska

To Eric, Ava & family, Sending our heartfelt condolences on your loss. Our thoughts are with you. Love Jane, Gord, Sarah and Chloe

Fernando & Natalie Santoro

Our deepest condolences to Mary and the entire family, our prayers and thoughts are with you during this time.
Fernando & Natalie Santoro

Terry & Judy Miskew

Our deepest condolences and prayers to Mary and your family. We will miss the happy times we had together, sharing meals, stories and lots of laughter. Our memories will be forever. May God keep him in his care
Love Terry & Judy

Ken Basaraba

I am sorry that I lost one of my best childhood friends. Larry and I have known each other since grade 6 (1956). There was a time when we were known as the H.A. Grey “Three Musketeers ”
– Larry, Ken & Curly Rick.
We lost touch after High School, however, we got back together about 2 years ago, just before Covid.
Our deepest sympathy to Mary and all of her family.
Ken & Alma.

Cindy, Brian and Dorinne

Larry, will always be remembered as you share the stories and the memories of how he lived his life and how very much he meant, may you find comfort and throughout this difficult time, may you also know the deep sympathy and concern that is felt for you and all your family.

Gene Kucherawy

My prayers and Love to my sister in memory of My Brotch and best know to me as CISCO, and I was PONCHO. The two of us were part of the Three Amigo’s. Larry will be missed by many, especially at the family gatherings. It will be a long time before we fill this void. Till we meet again CISCO, “Adios Amigo”.

Rick Friesen

Larry was a great guy. I always felt welcomed by him when I was visiting with Bobbi and Lorin. Great sense of humor and really laid back. It was obvious how much his kids and grandchildren loved and respected him. And very deserving. He will definitely be missed. All my best with big hugs to the family!

Laura Varga

Dear Auntie Mary, Eric, Lorin and family, I am so very sorry for the loss of Uncle Larry. Deepest condolences from Steve, Amy and I. May your hearts mend and your memories stay strong.

Gord & Charlene Chenkie

To Auntie Mary, Lorin (Bobbi), Eric and all the grandchildern Let the memories of your husband, dad, grandfather’s life provide you with the comfort you need during this challenging time.” “Such a strong man will never truly be gone, for he has left such a loving presence in our hearts. Our deepest condolences to you and your family.Aug 16, 2564 BE

Dick and Sam Friesen

Larry will be missed by many, a fun, caring guy. So sorry Mary, for your loss. Our heart aches for you, your sons, and family.
Sending all of you our heartfelt sorrow. Love Dick and Sam Friesen.

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