Lawrence C. “Sonny” Schultz, age 79, of Morristown, passed away peacefully, Friday, July 31, 2009, at his home.
         Memorial services will be held on Tuesday, August 4, 2009 at 2 p.m. in the Peace United Methodist Church, Morristown, with the Reverend Elden Eklund, officiating.  A private interment will be held at the Riverside Cemetery, Morristown.
         A memorial visitation will be held at the church for one half hour prior to the services on Tuesday. 
         Arrangements are being completed by the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault.
         Lawrence Charles Frederick Schultz was born on August 3, 1929 at the Immanuel Hospital, Mankato, to Frederick and Violet (Gast) Schultz of Le Center.  He graduated from Le Center High School in 1947 and went on to complete a business education at the Minneapolis School of Business.  He was a First Lieutenant in the U. S. Army, serving actively overseas during the Korean Conflict, and continued his military service as an Army Reservist well into the 1960’s.  He married Janet R. Noble on May 11, 1956.  He was first employed as an accountant by the John Deere Corp. in Grand Forks, ND, and later became the credit manager for Spores of Le Center.  In 1991, he retired from Shattuck-St. Mary’s School, Faribault, where he had worked as an accountant for 31 years.  Lawrence enjoyed fishing, woodworking, old-time music and a well-made Kolacky.  He will be remembered as an outstanding provider and caretaker for his much loved family.
         He is survived by his wife, Janet; two daughters, Kathy (and Steve) Thun of St. Peter and Laurie Kolstad of Morristown (and Craig Kolstad of Faribault); two grandchildren, Kacie and Cody Kolstad of Morristown; one sister, Peggy (and Lloyd) Svoboda of New Prague; numerous nieces and nephews.
         Lawrence was preceded in death by his parents.



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Donna Oraskovich
Sunday August 02, 2009


Janet and family. I am saddened to hear of Larry's death. I worked with him in the Business Office his last couple of years at Shattuck-St. Mary's. He was truly a unique person and was very committed to his job. I remember his favorite color was blue in his office. I did have the opportunity to visit with him in Morristown a couple of times after he retired and speak to him on the phone when he would call. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Donna Oraskovich