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The Final Duty Station This forum is presented by Retired GySgt Bill Conroy. It is a listing of those that have received orders for their final duty station. These Marines have given their all. We now give our honor.

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Old 09-15-2010, 00:09 AM
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Kenneth Harold Schuldt, 63, Shreveport, LA

SHREVEPORT, LA - Mr. Kenneth Harold Schuldt, 63, lost a brief but courageous battle with pancreatic cancer on Saturday, September 4, 2010. Born 6/18/47, Ken grew up in Beecher, Illinois, attended Beecher High School, and Indiana Institute of Technology. He enlisted and served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps, 26 months of which were spent in combat zones in Vietnam. After military service, he settled in New Orleans, working for Union Carbide. Eventually his work as a salesman of durable medical equipment took him to Detroit, Michigan, then Jackson, Mississippi, and ultimately to Shreveport. He worked for several medical companies including Richardson Vicks, Baker, and Sanofi. Tiring of travel, he accepted a position with Nolan Industrial Battery Company, where he worked for 13 years as branch manager in Shreveport. Ken was an avid golfer and a rabid LSU and Saints fan. He loved tailgate parties with the family and was thrilled to see his teams win recent championships. Ken was a member of Broadmoor United Methodist Church, had previously been a board member of the Elks Club, and an officer in the Broadmoor Golf Association.
Preceding him in death were his father, Harold Schuldt; in-laws, Christine and M. C. Walker; and brother-in-law, Marvin Nice. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Doris Walker Schuldt (Shreveport); son, Scott Schuldt and wife Jennifer (Little Rock); daughter Christy Chance and husband Dr. Joshua Chance; and grandchildren, Lucas, Alex, and Chloe Chance (Little Rock). Additional survivors include his mother, Marie Schuldt (Illinois); brother, Allen Schuldt and wife Judy, (Baton Rouge); sister, Doris Nice (Wisconsin); sister-in-law, Mary Walker (Shreveport); two nieces, and three nephews. Also mourning his loss is his faithful golden retriever, Maggie, whose visits brightened Ken's last days.
Memorial services for Ken will be held at 2:30 P.M., Saturday, Sept. 11, at Broadmoor United Methodist Church with visitation at 1:30. Ken requested that memorials be made to First Tee of Northwest Louisiana or St. Jude Children's Hospital.

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