E. Maxine Schulz, 90 - May 10, 2014E. Maxine Schulz, 90, of Holdrege, formerly of Gothenburg, died Saturday, May 10, 2014, at Phelps Memorial Health Center in Holdrege.
Services will take place at the Evangelical Free Church on Wednesday, May 14, at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev. Nathaniel Gustafson officiating. Interment will be at the Gothenburg Cemetery.
Schulz was born Aug. 27, 1923, at Gothenburg, daughter of Andrew and Esther (Peterson) Swan. She was baptized and confirmed at the Evangelical Free Church.
She attended grade school at School District No. M2 in Dawson County, graduated from Gothenburg High School and then attended Kearney State College.
On March 25, 1948, she married Norbert Adolph Schulz at Gothenburg.
Schulz taught at schools for 14 years in Dawson County and also worked 14 years at an office in Cozad.
She was a member of retired teachers for many years and a member of the Gothenburg Evangelical Free Church and the local FCWM.
Schulz enjoyed sewing, crafts, reading and cooking for her family, but most of all, she loved spending time with her family and many dear friends, said family members.
?She was preceded in death by: her husband, Norbert Adolph Schulz; her parents, Andrew and Esther; a brother, Melvin Swan; brothers-in-law—Virgil Schulz, Milton Schulz and Louis Wolf; daughter-in-law, Jodi Schulz.
Survivors include: her two sons—Steve (Renee) Schulz of Holdrege and Mark Schulz of Lincoln; sisters-in-law—Florence Swan, Jewel Schulz, Dolores Schulz, Elaine (John) Brown, Myrna (Milford) Bratten and Vera Wolf; six grandchildren—Aaron (Marybeth) Schulz, Lane Schulz, Jordan Schulz, Jesse Schulz (fiancé Taylor), Brendon Schulz and Rebecca Schulz; numerous nieces and nephews.
Memorials are suggested to the Evangelical Free Church Building Fund, 1721 Lake Ave., Gothenburg, NE 69138.
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