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Hugo A Schulz

October 27, 1927 ~ January 18, 2021 (age 93)

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Hugo A. Schulz, 93 of Woodstock died Monday January 18, 2021 at the Kingston Hospital.  He was born October 27, 1927 in Brooklyn, son of the late Hugo and Cora Campbell Schulz.  An area resident for over fifty years, he had been employed as a Quality Control Engineer at Rotron for thirty-six years.  Hugo served in the U. S. Navy and had been awarded the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Medal, the American Theatre Medal, and the Victory Medal.  He was a very easy going and caring man.  He valued his community and was a good neighbor.  Many years ago, he had been an active volunteer in Scouting, as well as a member of the Left Footer's Square Dance Group.  He enjoyed being "part of the crew" that would man the chicken bar-b-que  at the Overlook Methodist Church.  He was also a past member of the Woodstock Fire Department.  Hugo enjoyed camping with his family across America, and had an innate angling talent for fishing streams, lakes, and saltwater.  

Surviving  are his wife  of sixty-nine years Shirley Clauson Schulz,  a son Hugh of West Hurley, 2 daughters: Carol (Glenn) Carboni of FL, and Sharon ( Howard) Riley of Jefferson, NY.  Two brothers: Olaf and Robert Bjorkman.  Six grandchildren and six great grandchildren also survive.  He was predeceased by his grandson Alan Riley.

A graveside service will be held at the Mt. Pleasant Rural Cemetery in the Spring.  You are invited to share a special memory or condolence on Hugo's Tribute Wall at gormleyfuneralhome.com  Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the E. B. Gormley Funeral Home 87 Main St. Phoenicia.

 

 

 

 

 

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