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Judith "JUDY" Schulte
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Birth: 1945
Kokomo
Howard County
Indiana, USA
Death: Mar. 25, 2013
Seattle
King County
Washington, USA

Dennis and Judith Schulte, were killed when a suspected drunk driver struck them in an intersection while they were walking Monday afternoon with their daughter in law Karina Schulte, and grandson Elias. Karina Schulte, 33, and her 10-day-old baby, Elias, were critically injured and hospitalized.

Dennis Schulte, 66 and Judith Schulte 68, a retired Indiana couple died Monday March 25, 2013, at the scene of the accident. The accident occrued in the Wedgwood neighborhood of Seattle Washington.

Dennis and Judith Schulte, were both high school teachers; she taught English and was a head guidance counsellor, while he taught math. They had moved to Seattle from Kokomo, Indiana, last February to witness the birth of their first grandson. They had planned to spend six months in Seattle to be near their son and his family. They were renting an apartment near the intersection where they were killed.

Judy was a retired employee of Northwestern School and Dennis was a retired employee of Western High School. Both schools are in Howard County, Indiana. 
 
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  Dennis Schulte (1947 - 2013)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
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Created by: Troll's Bridge
Record added: Mar 26, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 107366490
Judith JUDY Schulte
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Judith JUDY Schulte
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- Diana McDevitt Eyler
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- Always Loved by Jesus at Peace in His arms.
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