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Frank W. Schuster, 90, of Sheboygan, passed away on Thursday, June 7, 2018 at Pine Haven Christian Home in Sheboygan Falls. He was born October 4, 1927 in Sheboygan to the late Paul and Anna (Gasser) Schuster. Frank graduated from Central High School in 1945 and then went on to proudly serve in the US Navy during WWII as a second-class electrician.
Following his military service, he attended Columbia and Marquette University. After graduation he continued with evening courses at Northwestern University and the Art Institute of Chicago while employed as an assistant sales manager at Masoneilan Regulator Company.
Frank was a member of Ss. Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church, K.S.K.J, a life member of Elmhurst Elks 1531 of Elmhurst, IL, A.O.P.A, American Legion, V.F.W charter member of Sheboygan SPEB8QSA, a Barbershopper and past member of the Toast Masters International.
Frank was interested in many outdoor activities. He especially enjoyed fishing and boating in Northern Wisconsin. As a private pilot, Frank flew his own plane over eastern states from Quebec, Canada to Key West, FL; often flying from Chicago to Sheboygan to visit. He very much enjoyed socializing with his group of local friends for morning coffee break.
He is survived by three nieces; Marianne Kolar of Dallas, TX, Kathleen Kolar of Bloomington, MN, and Simone (Mike) Dorcas of Apple Valley, MN, a nephew Shawn (Cindy) Schuster of Marshfield, great nieces and nephews and long-time friend Bill Mistele. He was deeply loved and his passing will leave a significant void in the lives of family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers: Carl, Paul, Victor, and Emil, and three sisters: Sister M. DePaul Schuster, Mary Schuster and Daniella Kolar.
The family wishes to extend their appreciation to the staff at Pine Haven Christian Home and St. Nicholas Hospice for their compassionate palliative care.
In accordance with Frank's wishes no funeral services will be held. Burial will be at Greendale Cemetery.
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