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Peter Noel Schultz Passes At 65

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Peter Noel Schultz

Peter Noel Schultz passed away on Sunday, December 25, 2016 at the age of 65. Pete was born in Bronx, New York on December 25, 1951 to Eugene and Dorothy Schultz.

Pete lived in the Bronx most of his life, where he worked for the Heat & Frost Insulators Local 12 Union, as well as owned and operated JP’s Pub on Havemeyer Avenue, among others. He enjoyed many years riding Harleys and being a part of local clubs. Later in life, he moved to California to be closer to his immediate family.

Pete is survived by his wife of 45 years, Patricia Schultz, and their 3 children - Tara Schultz, Pete Schultz (Jen) and Tricia Schultz Tulich (Tony), plus 7 grandchildren, Cassidy Hansen, Matthew Lashbrook, Madalyn Schultz, Corrine Lashbrook, Taryn Tulich, Peter Schultz, and Teagan Tulich, and 1 great-grandchild, Graham Lashbrook. He leaves behind siblings Steven Schultz, Donna Gentilquore, and Patti Colaneri, and their families.

He is pre-deceased by his parents Eugene and Dorothy Schultz, brothers Eugene and Mickey Schultz, niece Tiffany Gentilquore, and brother in-law Nick Gentilquore. 

Pete was truly one of a kind. He left a lasting impression on all that he met. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten. 

Services will be held in the Spring at Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla, New York. Details to be shared by the family via social media networks.

 

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