Schultz, Clayton William(8 JAN 1913 - 1 FEB 1985)






----Source: Tribune-Record-Gleaner (Clark County, Wis.) 02/06/1985

Schultz, Clayton William(8 JAN 1913 - 1 FEB 1985)

Clayton William Schultz, 72, Rt. 3, Greenwood, Clark County, was killed Friday afternoon, Feb. 1, 1985, when a feed truck tipped over on top of his car at the intersection of Elm Dr. and Owen Rd.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, 1985 at Grace United Methodist Church. Rev. Norbert Miller officiated. Burial was in the Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers sere Larry Schultz Jr., Dan Schultz, Jeffrey Coyle, James Fowler, Jason Schultze, Merle Tennant, Stacey Chilson and Lance Schultz.

Mr. Schultz was born Jan. 8, 1913 at Warren, Ill. to Gilbert James and Alta (nee Clayton) Schultz. He received his education in Warren, Ill. schools. On May 1, 1933 he married Gladys Stroud in Wis. Dells. He farmed in Illinois and Wisconsin for many years. He was employed as a millwright at Sunstrand Aviation for over 25 years before moving in 1963 to rural Greenwood, where he farmed until 1968. In 1968 he became road patrolman for the Town of Eaton until he retired in Sept. of 1980.

He is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Violet Sheneman, Rockford, Ill., Mrs. Lois Chilson, Greenwood, Mrs. Wilma Tennant, Greenwood, Mrs. Sandi (Gene) Coyle, Almond, Mrs. Diane (Duane) Schultze, Greenwood four sons, Clayton Schultz Jr., Rhinelander, Gordon Schultz, Poy Sippi, Larry Schultz, Greenwood, Duane Schultz, Poy Sippi one sister, Mrs. Garth (Clara) Sheley, Mountain Home, Ark one brother, Clifford Schultz, Ladysmith 29 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his wife on July 31, 1979 his parents four brothers and two sisters.

Rinka Funeral Home handled the arrangements.



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