Frederick Schultz

Frederick M Schultz

Friday, March 17th, 1939 - Sunday, February 14th, 2021
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On Sunday, February 14, 2021, Frederick M Schultz passed away at Winchester hospital from heart failure, he was 81 years young.

Fred was born on March 17, 1939 in West Bend, Wisconsin to Frederick and Dorothy (Bonerz) Schultz. He received a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin and Master’s degree from Northeastern University in Electrical Engineering. He worked for Raytheon for 30 years, during which time he earned two patents on his inventions. In June 1961 he married Susan Elizabeth Schmitt and they moved to Winchester Massachusetts where they have lived for 60 years and raised their four children, Jane, James, Christine and Thomas.

Fred retired early at 58 to spend time enjoying life with his family. He and Sue travelled to many spots around the world. Fred loved spending time at their Cape Cod home, working outside, watching birds, walking the beach and doing community work with the Dennis Conservation Land Trust. He had a passion for learning new hobbies. He loved drawing, pottery, playing guitar, woodworking, gardening, home renovations, craftsmanship work, and photography. He enjoyed getting together at the local coffee shop with good friends and talking for hours over coffee and crossword puzzles.

Fred’s wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were the pride and joy of his life. The legacy of Fred’s kind spirit, passion for the Boston Patriots, love of reading, and zest for life will live on through them.

Fred is predeceased by his father, Frederick, mother, Dorothy, brother, Robert, sisters, Janet and Susan. He is survived by his wife Susan, his four children, Jane and husband Rafal, James and wife Annie, Christine and husband Marc, Thomas and his former wife Kim, grandchildren, Dylan and fiancé Katie, Sierra and fiancé Michael, Zachary and wife Megan, Savannah and husband Jake, and Eliana, great grandchildren Keller and Cedar. He is also survived by his sister June and husband Neil, brother-in-law Bill and sister-in-law Julie along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

A private service will be held for immediate family. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Dennis Conservation Land Trust
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Denise Goluboff

Posted at 11:10am
We moved to Winchester 9 years ago from Texas, and Fred and Sue welcomed us warmly to our new neighborhood. Fred always had a smile and was happy to stop and chat whenever we would see him around. I recall when my boys were little, Fred and Sue offered them the legos they had in their home from their grandchildren's visits. He was such a kind and generous man. We will miss seeing him on Albamont Rd. We are happy to check in on Sue from time to time or lend her a helping hand. We live just 2 doors down.

Lauri Gleaves

Posted at 12:40pm
I wanted to add a couple of pics taken last year when we saw Freddie. The first photo is my brother, Matt, myself, Freddie, my sister Julie, my cousin Bob Holicek, and my other brother, Mike. The second photo is my dad, Bill, with Freddie.


Posted at 05:08pm
I was shocked to hear of Uncle Freddie's passing - as my dad (Bill Holicek) said, we saw him just a year ago. We had such a great visit and learned so many interesting things about the family heritage and were also able to catch up on his family. When we were younger and living in Wisconsin, we would get together, usually in West Bend or at Little Cedar Lake. Freddie and Susie had already moved to Massachusetts, so we didn't see them very often, but when we did, we had a blast. My parents (as well as us kids) treasured those times spent with the Schultz clan. Hugs and love to all of you!
This is a picture of Freddie, Susie, my mom, Sue and my Dad, Bill on a visit to see us in Houston (not sure what year it was).

Mike Holicek

Posted at 06:09pm
We saw Fred exactly one year ago, when he came to attend his sister's funeral. My wife Sue passed away on February 18, 2020, within the same week of his passing a year earlier. Under somber conditions, Fred's visit afforded him an opportunity to renew his relationship with his Holicek nieces and nephews. We all enjoyed his quiet charm and his many stories about our family ancestry, which he had thoroughly researched. Rest easy, dear brother-in-law. Your memory will remain in our hearts forever.

With deepest sympathies to the extended Schultz family,

Bill Holicek and family

Mike Holicek Posted at 06:10pm

Posting for my father, Bill Holicek.

Jane Schultz

Posted at 03:02pm
Sixty Years ago

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