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Chad A. Schulze

January 13, 2024
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Chad Schulze Obituary

Chad A. Schulze, 45, of Lebanon County, former Ashland and Lavelle resident, passed away January 13, 2024, at his residence.  Born in Lebanon, He is the son of Sandy Jo Roemer, and the late Craig Schulze.  He was a graduate of North Lebanon High School, class of 1996.  Chad furthered his education at Millersville University, earning a degree in criminal justice.  His passion in life was golf.  At Millersville University he was the first golfer to be placed in the Millersville University Hall of Fame for his golf records, winning the 2000 PSAC Championship at the Bent Creek Country Club in Lancaster.  He went on to be a Professional Golf Instructor at the Greystone Golf Course in Baltimore Maryland.  Chad was a member of Mount Lebanon Lodge #226 F. & A. M., and the Field and Stream Association of Lebanon County.
Survivors in addition to his mother:
Sister:  Stephanie wife of Keith Sutton, Manchester
Step Father:  Larry Farrone, Lavelle
Many, Many friends
Relatives and friends are invited to a attend a Celebration of Chad’s Life, Wednesday, January 24, 2024, at 7 PM, in the Richard W. Fritz Funeral Home, 1323 Centre St., Ashland.  Officiating will be Rev. Jeremy Smallwood, pastor of the Lavelle Church of the Nazarene, Lavelle.  Masonic memorial service will be held at 6:45 PM.  Visitation in the funeral home will begin at 5 PM until service.  Visit 


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January 24, 2024

5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Richard W. Fritz Funeral Home

Ashland, PA 17921

Celebration of Life
January 24, 2024

7:00 PM
Richard W. Fritz Funeral Home

Ashland, PA 17921


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