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Lillian E. Schultz
January 8, 1917 - July 9, 2019

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Richard Peterson

Phoenix, AZ

Miss Schultz taught me to type at Fremont High and this one skill has served me in so many ways. One example is how it got me from 'chipping paint' on landing craft in the Navy to a place in the Radio Room where I was supposed to be all along. Had I not been able to type, I would still be chipping! She was a wonderful teacher and always fair, friendly, and dependable. The world needs more like her. Well done, Miss Schultz!
Sunday, July 14, 2019


Betty Garrison

Plano, TX

I had her for a teacher, such a wonderful teacher. I use to visit her at her home and we would talk and play games. She taught me how to type and I am so Thankful.
Saturday, July 13, 2019


Jacki Trujillo

Fremont, NE

I so enjoyed the time I spent with Miss Lillian. She was always so happy, easy going and appreciative. Never a cross word, never a negative word....just happy to still be here.... I leave so much from caring for her...I think I got the better end of our realtuonship! Prayers to all who will miss her, but rejoicing that she is in heaven and reuinted with Pearl and her parents!!
She loved being read to, especially her family history book. It was amazing!
Many blessings she gave to us all!!

Friday, July 12, 2019


Andrea Waage Rootham

Glyndon, MN

I remember "Miss Schultz" fondly. I remember her as a little lady who was kind and patient. If I could write this in shorthand, I would as she taught me how; and she taught me typing skills which I'm using now! Class of '62, Fremont High School.
Friday, July 12, 2019


Joan "Johnson" Porter

Fremont, NE

I am so saddened to hear of Lillian's passing. At least we know she lived a good "LONG" life. I had all three of the Schultz sisters before I graduated in 1965. And now they are just among the memories of grade school and High School. Our sympathies to all of you.

Richard & Joan''Johnson" Porter

Wednesday, July 10, 2019