Obit: Schoelzel, Justin (1973 - 2017)

Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Cochran, DeShazer, Dyer, Evans, Neal, Oetting, Rodriguez, Schoelzel

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 8/10/2017

Schoelzel, Justin “Dusty” (21 MAR 1973 - 1 AUG 2017)

Justin “Dusty” Schoelzel, age 44, of Cassville, Mo., passed away Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017.

He was born March 21, 1973, in Waukegan, Ill., the son of Jerold “Jerry” and Joan Mabel (Oetting) Schoelzel. His father, Jerry, passed away the same day.

Surviving are his mother, Joan Mabel Schoelzel of Cassville, Mo.; four brothers, Jeffery Allen Schoelzel and Debbie Evans of Granby, Mo., Jay Michael Schoelzel and Stacey Cochran of Cassville, Mo., Jon Matthew Schoelzel and his wife, Jamie, of Cassville, Mo. and James Patrick Schoelzel of Cassville, Mo.; four sisters, Janet Lee DeShazer and her husband, Mark, of Wheaton, Mo., Jean Neal and her husband, Darrell, of Baxter Springs, Kan., Judy Lynn Rodriguez and her husband, José, of Rocky Comfort, Mo., and Jerricay Dyer and her husband, David, of Butterfield, Mo.; twenty-two nieces and nephews; and twenty-nine great nieces and nephews.

Dusty moved with his family from Illinois to Cassville at the age of 4. He graduated from Oakview State School at the age of 21 and later went to work at the Area Sheltered Workshop for 21 years, which he enjoyed. Some of his favorite things were listening to Bluegrass music, drinking Diet Coke and being with people.

For those who have asked to help, Mom asked for no flowers, etc. Mom asked that a donation be made to the place where Dusty worked. They can be made to Monett Area Sheltered Workshop, 204 Central Ave., Monett, MO 65625. Or donations can be made in care of the Workshop at Fohn Funeral Home, 1303 Main St., Cassville, MO 65625.




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