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SCHULTZ, Paul Edward   -  (November 9, 1963 – October 20, 2022) 

Passed away suddenly at home in Bethany, Ontario on October 20, 2022, at the age of 58.   

Beloved husband of Trish(a) Bevan for 14 years. 

Cherished son of Barbara Schultz and the late Edward Schultz, and loving brother to Judy (Neal O’Donoghue) and Penny (Steve Sears). 


Paul was also loved and respected by his in-laws, Tom (Julia), Violet (David), Melissa (Joshua), Penny (Doug) and was an adoring uncle to many nieces and nephews, Chelsea (Money), Tessa (Josef), Liam (Lexi), Tynan, Jaiden, Ayla, Caia, Wyla, Wynnaura, Caleb, Isaac, Charlotte, and great niece Theodora. He will be greatly missed by his loveable dog Hilts.  Paul grew up in Kitchener-Waterloo and attended the K-W Bilingual School and Cameron Heights C.I. 

He graduated from the University of Waterloo, going on to earn his Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario.  

In 1988 he began his career as a teacher at Courtice Secondary School where he remained until his retirement in January 2019. 

 Paul’s most cherished role was as a caring and supportive family member. 

Whether hosting family dinners with Trish at home or at the beloved family cottage on the French River, Paul treasured time spent with loved ones.

He especially loved his vacations with Trish to Greece, Anna Maria Island, Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Hawaii, and to watch the Toronto Blue Jays in New York City and Cleveland. 

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. 

In lieu of flowers, if desired donations may be made to Courtice Secondary School for a graduation award in his memory.