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Scott Schultz

Published On: May 05 2013 10:58:44 AM CDT

Scott Schultz, age 56, joined his sister Gayle in heaven on May 3, 2013, at UW Hospital due to injuries incurred from a roofing accident.

He was born August 14, 1956 in Madison, the son of Patricia and Eugene Schultz.
Scott has been a devoted caregiver to his parents, living with them and taking them where ever they needed to go.

Scott graduated from East High School in 1974. Scott was an avid collector. Every trinket or book he picked up he had a loved one in mind to share it with. He loved to read and talk war history with WWII and Korean Veterans. He started each day with a smile.

He is survived by his parents, four brothers; Bruce (Joni) of Viola, WI, Jeff (Monica)of Portage, WI, Todd (Ann) of Mt. Horeb, WI, and Terry of Oak Creek, WI loved by many aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews, along with many friends and special friend Barb Sydow.

A Memorial Service will be held at Cress Funeral Home, 3325 E. Washington Ave., Madison on Wednesday May 8th at 3:00 pm. A visitation will follow the service until 6:00 pm at the funeral home. Fellowship will take place at Bethesda Christian Fellowship Church, 3245 E. Washington Ave., Madison following the visitation.
Scott's family would like to thank the staff at the UW Hospital trauma unit for their caring efforts and the emergency medical services.

In lieu of flowers please make contributions to Madison Public Library or the Dane County Humane Society, organizations close to Scott's heart.

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