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William Joseph Schultz, Jr.
January 4, 1951 ~ January 12, 2024 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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William Joseph Schultz, Jr., 73, of Canonsburg, passed away peacefully on January 12, 2024, with his children by his side.
God broke the mold when he was born on January 4, 1951, a son of William Joseph and Mary Matzko Schultz. He grew up in Hill Station, where his fondness for the Civil War, classic cars, church, dartball, Pirates baseball, western movies, and Pacman started. He dedicated 32 years of his life as a nurses aid at Mayview State Hospital. After his retirement he spent his days doing what he enjoyed most, walking his Chihuahua, Chewy, riding motorcycles, playing euchre and poker machines at the club, fantasy football and going to the casino.
He was little, but larger than life character, that lived by his own rules and always came back fighting when he was knocked down. If you met him once, you always remembered him one way or another.
He is survived by his selfless and devoted son William Joseph Schultz III, and his wife Lisa Schultz, and his grandson Kyle Schultz. And by his loving daughter Rebekah Elaine Dille, and granddaughters Donovan and Dayton Dille, with whom he left a lifetime of unbelievable stories that are almost stranger than fiction.
At the request of the deceased, services are private, and entrusted to Sollon Funeral and Cremation Services, Ltd., 30 East College Street, Canonsburg, PA, 15317, 724-746-1000, Phillip L. Sollon, Supervisor.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly suggests memorial contributions be made to "Among The Wildflowers Sanctuary", www.amongthewildflowerssanctuary.com; in William's name.