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Carl S. Schultz
February 25, 1944 ~ August 1, 2023 (age 79) 79 Years Old
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Carl Selby Schultz, 79, of Angora, Minnesota passed away on August 1, 2023 of natural causes.
Carl was born on February 25, 1944, in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, to Meloy Carl and Margaret (Cooper) Schultz.
Carl graduated from Greenway High School in Coleraine in 1962. He worked for many years as a salesman for Hydraulic Plumbing and Heating.
An avid deer hunter, Carl was recognized as the Ethical Hunter of the Year in the state of Minnesota. His passion for hunting was matched by his commitment to safety. He served as a firearms safety instructor, ensuring that others could enjoy the sport safely and responsibly. Carl's care for his community was evident in his role as a township supervisor. He was dedicated to making his town a better place for everyone. He also shared his love for sports with the local youth as a hockey coach.
He is survived by his sons, Scott (Karen) Schultz of Angora, Kurt (Melanie) Schultz of Mountain Iron; his sister, Margaret (Leroy) Soyring of South Grove. Grandsons, Jared (Samantha) Schultz, Matthew (Emily Baraga) Schultz; Granddaughter, Angela (Will Fischer) Schultz. Great grandsons, Brooks and coming soon Eli; Great granddaughter, Kamryn; former spouse, Barbara Schultz. He is also survived by step granddaughters, Jessica, Julee and Jaquelyn. Step great grandchildren, Jocelyn, Aaliyah, Amiyah and Weston; along with numerous nieces and nephews, and all his great friends and neighbors in the Angora area.
He is proceeded in death by his parents, Meloy and Margaret Schultz; and brother, Larry (Uncle Boxer) Schultz.
Interment will be at Idington Cemetery in Angora at a later date.