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Heart Attack Kills Former Groceryman

William Schultz, 68, former Ann Arbor businessman, died suddenly this morning of a heart attack while changing a tire on Plymouth Road. His home was 1124 Olivia Ave.
He was born March 1, 1877 in Dexter township, a son of Henry and Marie Jessen Schultz. He has been a resident here for the past 43 years and when he came to Ann Arbor he established a grocery store on State St., with his brother Jacob Schultz. After Jacob’s death he formed a partnership with John Cozad. Later he operated the store by himself, moving his business to Washington St. and later to Liberty St.
Mr. Schultz retired from business 13 years ago and since that time has been a salesman for several wholesale groceries and recently was employed by the A. and L. Battery Co.
He was a member of the First Methodist church and Golden Rule Masonic lodge, being a past master of the lodge. He also at the time of his death was the secretary of the Masonic Temple association. He was a Knight Templar.
He was married on April 22, 1902 to Alma Weimeister of Howell. Surviving are his widow; one daughter, Mrs. J. H. Hudson; two grandchildren, William and Donald Hudson who made their home with the family; one brother, Samuel, and one sister, Mrs. John Finkbeiner, all of Ann Arbor.
Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Friends may call at the Muehlig chapel.