Deonne Schultz

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Deonne Schultz of Lubbock went home to be with the Lord Monday morning, May 14, leaving behind a world that is better for her presence and wisdom that will live on for generations. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 62 years on Monday, May 21, 2018, at 1 PM at LakeRidge United Methodist Church Wesley Chapel. 

Deonne was born on August 29, 1955, in Corona, CA. She was known as Dee to most and Mom to the lucky-a title earned by her compassion for everyone, no matter the formal relation-passed unexpectedly, after one more blessed Mother’s Day surrounded by loved ones.

She embodied the terms peacemaker and nurturer and was defined by her love of people, plants and animals. Dee’s mere presence would bring harmony to a room, and, if you joined her for a cup of coffee, you’d have a better understanding of yourself before the drink had a chance to cool.

She was preceded in death by father, Dave Almond Crockett Metz.

Deonne is survived by her loving husband, Allan Paul Schultz; daughter, Danielle Gayle Schultz and fiancé, Marc Stevens; son, Richard Allan Schultz all of Lubbock; mother, Monirie Metz; siblings, Linda Metz, Dave Metz and wife, Cathy all of Wilmington, NC, and Debbie Hinson and husband, David of Winnabow, NC; father-in-law, Allan Schultz and wife, Susan; mother-in-law, Gayle O’Brien and husband, Maurie all of Sparks, NV; and a special daughter of the heart, Nicole Hudson and her daughter, Isabel Hudson Espinosa of Lubbock.


4 thoughts on “Deonne Schultz”

  1. sharon waldren

    Dear Rick, Danielle, and Ricky, My heart is breaking for you all and the pain you are experiencing. I am hugging you all from afar. Wish I could have been there. Love you all, Sharon Waldren, Sparks, Nevada

  2. Rick, Danielle, and Ricky. Deonne was such a wonderful person. I remember her pecan pies and other great desserts from thanksgiving dinners with scouts. I enjoyed the times just visiting. She was so generous and loving. Probably never thanked her enough for sharing Rick and Ricky with Troop 505. She will be dearly missed. Love you all and praying for God’s presence anc comfort for you all.

  3. Lou Ann Clawson

    Rick, Danielle and Ricky, we are praying for all of you. I am so sorry you lost Dee and my heart hurts for all of you. She was a very special lady and we have very fond memories of times spent together in Las Cruces. Love and hugs to all of you.

  4. Rick and Angela

    We were so sad to hear of Dee”s passing. She was such a sweet , warm , and generous angel. We loved her and her presence will be missed. Sleep in the arms of our Lord. Rest until we see each other again.
    Rick, you know we will always be here for you. Whenever you need us, just call! Hey know that there is always a plate at our table for you.
    Rick and Angela

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