Louise A. Schultz

September 04, 1951 ‒ April 09, 2018

Delaware, Ohio

Louise Ann Schultz 66, of Delaware, a proud Native of Michigan, and an ultimate fan of the University of Michigan and Bob Seger, passed away on Monday April 9th, 2018 at Riverside Methodist Hospital surrounded by her loving family.

She was born in Sturgis, Michigan on September 4th, 1951 to the late Hershel & Pauline (Bramen) Blatter.

She was preceded in death by her parents, brother William Blatter; sister Nancy Gannon; niece Marian Hendricks; nephew Lynn Hendricks.

Left to cherish her memory are husband of 36 years Greg Schultz; nieces Tabatha Glick, Lisa White, Kim Koch; nephew Michael Binkley; God daughter Cary Schwarz; best friend Gatha Pierucki.

Louise enjoyed knitting, crochet, watching NASCAR and supporting Dale Earnhardt Sr. until his death. She bled Maize and Blue despite constant harassment from Buckeye fans.

Louise will be remembered for her spunky personality, and loving and caring spirit. Her family will remember her as being a best friend to all, and supporting her family.

Pastor Deb Patterson will officiate a celebration of life service 2:00 p.m. Saturday April 14, 2018 at the Snyder- Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive, Delaware, Ohio 43015. Family and friends may call from Noon until the start of the service. The family requests that you show support for Louise’s love of the University of Michigan, and wear maize and blue to the services.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed towards Choices for Victims of Domestic Violence 500 W. Wilson Bridge Rd., Suite 245, Worthington, OH 43085. They may also be made to Elayne Boosler’s Tails of Joy at http://www.tailsofjoy.net/donate/ or checks can be mailed in Louise’s name to Tails of Joy, 11684 Ventura Blvd #881, Studio City, CA 91604.

To share a fond memory or to leave a message of condolence please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • Louise , you are loved by all who knew you. We will forever miss your laugh , your loving heart, your spirit. You called me your number one daughter and for that , I was proud of it! I love you my friend. I will never forget our memory,of working together. ” I’m right behind ya”

  • Weenie, you are loved by so many people. A friend to everyone who met you. You where like an aunt to me growing up and I have very fond memories of all fun times at the bowling alley. You will be missed by so many. Fly high

  • Louise you will always be remembered as a fun and loving person, I’m so glad that over 50 yrs ago you came into my life. We shared a lot of good times and a couple of sad ones, you will always live in my heart. Rest in peace my beautiful friend.

  • Weezie, you were always a spitfire at work if someone riled you up. Loved that you were a die hard Michigan fan and I had your back on that with all the OSU fans at the Lobster. Remembered doing many things with you outside of work as well, we had a love for Native American stuff and went to a few Pow-Wows together, we took in a few Expo events as well.
    Remember many discussions at work over so many things, you were like a favorite aunt to me. Even though we both went other places to work, still kept in contact with you over the years on FB. Loved giving you a hard time about being a Earnhart fan, but that was to just get you riled up. You were loved by many and will be missed by everyone. Heaven earned another angel, keep them on their toes up there. Hugs Weez! Until we see each other again in the Summerlands.