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Opal Iowa Love Schuler
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Birth: Oct. 7, 1899
Greenwood County
Kansas, USA
Death: Jun. 14, 1973
Sedgwick County
Kansas, USA

Opal L. Schuler

Opal L. Schuler was born near Severy, October 7, 1899, to J. M. and Nancy Elizabeth Love, and passed away June 14, 1973 in Wesley Hospital, Wichita.

She was married to Dave Schuler at Ness City in September 1921. She was a member of the Piedmont United Methodist Church, a member of the Retired Teachers of Hawaii and National Retired Teachers Association.

Survivors include two brothers and two sisters, Raleigh Love of El Dorado, Mrs. Verna Benedict of Eureka, and Jock Love and Clarice Masterson, both of Piedmont; one sister-in-law, Mary Love of El Dorado; and a number of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held Sunday, June 17, at the Forsberg Funeral Home, Severy. Burial was in South Lawn Cemetery. The Rev. R. F. Schaechtele was officiating clergyman.

Note: obit source unknown
Family links: 
  Jefferson McLeelan Love (1865 - 1939)
  Nancy Elizabeth Fudge Love (1865 - 1930)
  Verna Evangaline Jolly Love Benedict (1887 - 1974)*
  Vincel Everett Love (1889 - 1962)*
  Golda Coral Love Crabtree (1892 - 1919)*
  Zoe Iris Love Evenson (1894 - 1969)*
  Raleigh Winslow Love (1897 - 1975)*
  Opal Iowa Love Schuler (1899 - 1973)
  Jack Clayton Love (1901 - 1982)*
  Clarice Clover Love Masterson (1903 - 1997)*
*Calculated relationship
South Lawn Cemetery
Greenwood County
Kansas, USA
Created by: Judy Mayfield
Record added: May 28, 2006
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Opal Iowa <i>Love</i> Schuler
Added by: Judy Mayfield
Opal Iowa <i>Love</i> Schuler
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Opal Iowa <i>Love</i> Schuler
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Think of you often Aunt Opal. Now I understand why you loved Hawaii so much, it is breath taking.
- Lea Masterson
 Added: Aug. 7, 2014

- Patricia Fudge Mulvaney
 Added: Aug. 19, 2013

- Lorraine Blake
 Added: Feb. 11, 2007
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