Mary Schultz

Obituary of Mary Schultz

Schultz, Mary - it is with great sadness the family of Mary Schultz, age 82, announce her sudden passing on Friday September 18th, 2020 in her home. Mary is survived by sons, Randy (Betty), Dennis (Lauren), Darrell (Teresa), Sandy (Liza) and Greg; grandchildren Abby (Todd), Becky (Brett), Cassy (Brian), Garrod (Anita), Byron (Sarah), Katelyn (Calvin), Renee, Jordan (Kass), Jesse (Brittany), Ashley (Christian), Sean (Chantel), Savannah, Teagan and Sayre; Brother Ken Wiebe, Sister-in-Laws Glenda Wiebe, Nettie Wiebe, Irene Wiebe, Connie Wiebe, Helen Friesen, Tina (Ed) Giesbrecht, Betty Cameron, Ida (Phil) Buhler, Joanne (Doug) Janke; Brother-in-Laws Ronald (Luanne) Schultz; numerous great and great, great grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Mary was predeceased by her husband Dave, her mother and father Henry and Agatha Wiebe, parents-in-law John and Aelen Schultz, Brothers Jake, Jim, Nick, John and George Wiebe, Brother-in-Laws Ed Schultz, Lorne Cameron and John Friesen and Daughter-in-law Penny Schultz. Mary was born in Swift Current, Saskatchewan on December 19th, 1937 to Henry and Agatha Wiebe. Mary went to school in Swift Current. She met David Schultz and they were married on May 22nd, 1954. Together they had 5 sons whom Mary stayed at home to raise and later in life she worked as a cook and care aid at the Palliser. Mom or Mama Mertz, as she was affectionately known as, lived her life on her own terms. She loved her family and her cats. She enjoyed baking, crocheting, reading and being with family. She also loved watching her boys race stock cars and was their number 1 fan. She always had a cup of coffee, some mints and time for conversation. Her grandkids loved listening to her stories, her mashed potatoes, her homemade buns and raspberry jam, her sour cream cookies and her hugs. She was a tough woman who raised 5 boys and lovingly called each of them ‘Sonny Boy’. She will be remembered as a wonderful Mom and Grandma and she always made everyone feel safe and loved. She will be greatly missed and always remembered. A private family ceremony will be held at a later date. For further information or to sign the family book of condolence, visit www.parksidefuneralhome.com Arrangements are in care of Parkside Memorial Funeral Home – Ryan Cappelle & Hayden Cappelle
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