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Steven Edwin Schulz
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Steven Edwin Schulz, 57, of Friendswood, Texas passed away. Steve was born on January 1, 1954 to Edwin and Geri Schulz in Karnes City, Texas. Steve grew up in Karnes City, and throughout life was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying fishing, camping, farming, and hunting. Steve worked in the construction industry for over 25 years and most recently in the trench safety industry for over 14 years and was the National Sales Manager for Speed Shore Corp. Steve built some amazing relationships over the years with his co-workers, distributors, customers, and even his competitors. His network of friends and business associates literally spans the globe. Those who knew him well appreciated his competitive drive and his “will to win” in all areas of his work. Steve was passionate about providing military service members with needed field equipment while in war, and started a non-profit organization based on this passion, Supplied to Survive. After his son, Steven, was injured in Iraq, he became an active participate with multiple veterans organizations and groups helping those injured in war adjust to life back home. He is survived by his wife, Debbie Schulz and three children Steven K. Schulz, Elaine Schulz Dunn, and Clayton C. Schulz. He is also survived by his sister Delores Watkins, and sister Nancy Kennedy; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Steve was preceded in death by his parents and brother-in-laws, Freddie Watkins and Michael Kennedy.

A memorial service celebrating Steve’s life was held on October 8, 2011 at 10:00am at Webster Presbyterian Church (located at 201 West NASA Parkway, Webster, Texas). For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to American Veterans with Brain Injuries (mail to 4960 Hwy 90, Box Number 173, Pace, FL 32571), Semper Fi Fund (mail to 825 College Blvd. Suite 102, PMB 609, Ocean Side, CA 92057), or Webster Presbyterian Church.
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