Dear Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church family,
Peace to you in Christ, from Pastor Rachel Srubas.
Early on January 6, 2023, our brother in Christ and faithful church member Carl Schultz died into life everlasting.
It was my holy privilege yesterday to visit Carl and remind him of God’s great love for him, from which nothing in life or in death can ever separate us. I thank Pamela Schultz, Carl’s devoted spouse, for welcoming me to the Schultz’s home, where Carl died peacefully this morning with Pamela at his side, also in the presence of his compassionate caregiver, Margarita.
At Christmastime, the Schultzes gladly hosted numerous family members, who cherished their time with Carl. The family will decide on the date and time (to be announced) of a memorial service to take place at Mountain Shadows Church.
Pamela Schultz welcomes phone calls at her mobile number, which is listed in the church directory. She wants you to know that because she has a respiratory infection, she cannot receive visitors just yet, but she looks forward to speaking with her faithful friends.
Carl (Carlton George) Schultz was born on May 31, 1933, in New Jersey. He loved sailing, and more than anything in the world, he loved Pamela. The two became a couple in 1994, when Carl was working in the industrial supply industry. They married in 1999. Carl was father and grandfather to daughters and sons about whom he cared deeply. Carl trusted in God and he loved Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church, to which Pamela Schultz invites gifts to be made in Carl’s memory.
God will wipe away every tear from their eyes.
Death will be no more.
There will be no mourning, crying, or pain anymore,
for the former things have passed away. (Revelation 21: 4)
This day is Epiphany, when the faithful celebrate the revelation of Christ to the world. Even though we mourn, may we also rejoice in the great gift of life everlasting in our Lord.
Yours in faith,
Pastor Rachel Srubas
Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church