SCHULTZ, Frank R. Age 77. Beloved husband of Dottie (nee Baird). Loving father of Margie Pavone, Fran Biaglow (John), Frank M. (Amy), and A.J. (Erica). Loving grandfather of Nicole, Samantha, Allison, Johnny, Elizabeth, Frankie, and Nicholas. Dear brother of Dorothy Rapacz and Lucy Schultz. Memorial visitation Tues. Sept. 14 from 4-8pm at Zabor Funeral Home 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (between Ridge and Snow). Memorial Mass 11 am Wed. St Bridget of Kildare. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Holy Family Home 6707 State Rd. Parma, Ohio 44134.
Messages of Condolence
Dear Cousin Dottie,
Henrie and I were very saddened to hear of Frank’s passing. We know that he is resting in the arms of Father God.
We are sorry that we can not attend the services. Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. A mass will be said in memory of Frank here at our parish.
With our deepest sympathy
Dave and Henrrieta
May the Lord wipe away some of your tears, as you know He is embrasing Frank in our eternal home. May the love you shared as a family, sustain you in your grief. May your future be illuminated by the fact that your Frank is among the saints; and you can always call on him in prayer.
My dear friend Margie and family
My thoughts and prayers are with you all as your beloved father, ever a Marine, joins our Heavenly Father.
In loving rememberance,
Dear Margie and Family,
I am so very sorry to hear about your loss. There are no words that can take away the sting that the death of a loved one causes.
Never the less, I will pray for the peace that the Apostle Paul speaks at Phillipians 4: 6, 7. May the peace of God’s love for us that is gauranteed by the sacrifice of his son Jesus Christ be with each of you as you cope with the challenges of this situation.
With Sincerest Regard,
I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad – there is something so very special between the daughter and her father. I know that nothing said can take that hole away but time does help. Try to remember all the great shared moments you had with your dad, it does help. I wish you well and I hope your memories are happy and loving.
Margie and Family,
May God bless and keep you in His care during this time. I will be praying for you and your family that you will be comforted. Call on God and know that He is able to keep you in perfect peace, even in the midst of your sorrow.
With Sincere Sympathy,
Dear Dottie & family,
My deepest sympathy and prayers to all of you. I wish I could get up there for the funeral but will be in touch and hopefully see you possibly next month. So much history and good memories, my heart aches for you. I hope Warren was waiting to make him welcome above!
Dear Margie and whole family, I am saddened to here about Frank Sr. He was a great man who always made me laugh about this crazy life we live in. I’ll never forget the times we had having a few drinks with him and Howie Berg. Let’s hope they are not going to cause any trouble up above. Anyways, if you and the girls ever need anything remember to call me. Take care of yourself ….. GOD BLESS !!!! LOVE YOU ALL !!!!!!
Dear Dottie, I am so very sorry to hear of your husband’s passing. I hope that God will cradle you in His loving arms, and comfort you during these trying times.
I have been thru this and understand the sadness that it brings. My deepest sympathy and prayers to you and your family.
Arlene Nofel Burton
Dear Margie and Family, Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you during this time of loss. Prayers were also said by Nazareth Academy alumnae this past Sunday. God Bless, Kathy, Erica and Kevin Uhler
Margie And Family,
Words are hard to say when there is a loved one that has been lost. The only words that can be said he is in good hands and will always being looking onto everyone of you all the time. Frank was a wonderful man and would help others when was needed. He will be dearly missed her but he will not be forgotten. I will be there in spirits for you guys and prayers. Earth was not our home just a place to stay till we were called home to heaven. Frank has been called home and will be with us always God bless you and your family
Dear Schultz Family,
Praying for you during this difficult time. May the memories you treasure comfort you during this time as well as the knowledge of knowing you will be together again one day. Our Lord promises that and our faith hold us up when we feel so much pain. May God bless all of you through this time of sorrow and loss.
Dear Dottie and family,
There are no words to adequately express my sadness at the passing of Frank. He was one of those people who was larger than life and someone you tended to think would be around forever! I surely regret being unable to see him one more time before he went home to Jesus and being unable to be at the wake and funeral. I have been and will continue to be with you all in spirit and in prayer. I will miss Frank but know he’s enjoying the rewards of heaven. Hopefully we’ll all be reunited with all our loved ones one day. I love you, Dottie, Margie, Samantha and Nicole and will be praying for all of you kids, siblings and extended family. I know how it can be after all the “fuss and company” ends. Anything I can do please don’t hesitate to ask!