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Obituary for Dorothy Schulte (Dorothy Mae Klein)

Dorothy  Schulte (Dorothy Mae Klein)
Dorothy Mae Schulte, a resident of Shelby Twp. and longtime resident of Roseville, died peacefully in the care of hospice and surrounded by the love of family, Wednesday evening at the age of 93.

Dorothy was born in Detroit on September 30, 1924, the daughter of the late Arthur and Marie (Theys) Klein. Dorothy was united in marriage to her beloved husband Norman Arthur Schulte Sr. on October 30, 1943 in Detroit. The couple made their home in Roseville and their union was blessed with Five loving children of whom she loved and cherished. Dorothy in her early years worked as a secretary in the automotive industry but was always noted as a loving mother and wife. After the retirement of her husband, the couple moved to Port Huron. She enjoyed God's nature and feeding the birds with her husband. She was a kind and loving person who will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Dorothy is survived by her loving and devoted children Norman (Mary), Mark (Jennifer) and Tim; mother-in law of Judy and Robert Mullins; cherished grandmother of Stephen, Amy, Scott, Jordan, Jessica, Prudence, David, Danny and Douglas and 11 adoring great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her loving son Donn and daughter Lynne Mullins.

A memorial gathering will be held on June 24, Sunday at Faulmann & Walsh Golden Rule Funeral Home from 1pm till time of memorial service at 2pm. A life celebration in tribute to Norman and Dorothy, dancing together in Heaven, will follow in Infinity Hall of Fraser. A burial will take place with her husband at Great Lakes National Cemetery, Tuesday June 26 at 12:30pm with military honors in honor of Norman's service to his country
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