Annie Schultze
Annie Schultze
Saturday
17
April

Visitation

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Saturday, April 17, 2021
Fuller Funeral Home, Inc.
190 Buffalo Street
Canandaigua, New York, United States

Obituary of Annie J. Schultze

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Annie J. Schultze passed away on April 15, 2021 at MM Ewing Continuing Care Center. It was love at first sight for Annie and Bill. A love story that brings joy to all that hear it. Annie, aka Frenchie, Mayotte, Annou, Ninou , G-ma, Tata Annie, Aunt Annie, Mom, was one fabulous woman. Born in Coursan, France on November 21, 19.. (sorry can’t share that information) to parents Jean and Odette Duboscq, Annie started her adventurous life living in France, Africa, and Germany and then eventually settling in the United States with her William, the love of her life. Annie was an incredibly talented individual who loved to watch the game she referred to as “scratch and spit”, Americans call it Baseball. In spite of her “mental block” when it came to the game, secretly we believe she understood it. An “avid golfer” she was so excited to show her stellar golf swing in the annual hospital tournament with a group from her place of employment at FF Thompson Hospital. Speaking of Thompson Hospital, Annie was employed for 35 years establishing a reputation of excellence in every area she worked in. Starting as a nursing assistant she brought her love of caring for individuals to the Nursing Home, caring for the residents as if they were her own family. Annie then went on to work on the 2nd floor as a unit secretary establishing lasting friendships with the staff. Her last stop in her career at Thompson was in the Operating Room where she was the surgical coordinator. Annie with her excellent communication skills, attention to detail and overall abilities helped to bring surgical scheduling to a new level. Gone were the booking slips and in was a computer system to track and help make the surgical scheduling process efficient and successful. But there was one thing Annie was known for, cooking and baking. Our lives were centered around our dinner table where every evening we would gather for a home cooked meal and we would sit and talk about our day. Annie was known for her outstanding culinary and baking abilities creating elaborate meals, cakes, pies, and hundreds of cookies, the list is endless. Her grandchildren looked forward to the amazing birthday cakes she would make for them every year. From cakes that had erupting volcanoes to attempting to transport an ice cream cake from Canandaigua to Poughkeepsie thinking it would stay intact, castle cakes, Barbie cakes, strawberry shortcakes, Black Forest Cake everyone had their cake and they ate it too. Annie shared her love of cooking and baking with so many people, they were excited to come to her house. Annie had a twinkle in her eye that caught everyone’s attention. Little children would be drawn to her like a magnet. She was an amazing storyteller and artist. Her children and grandchildren loved listening to her stories and would ask her “tell me the story when you where a little girl again Mayotte.” Annie’s world was her family. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Annie leaves her adoring husband, William, sharing 60 years of loving bliss. 3 children, Michele (Jeff) Brenner of Poughkeepsie, NY. Eric (Alisha) Schultze of Alexandra Bay, NY. 5 grandchildren, Bill, Eric, Max, Kyle and Sam. Her sister’s Joelle (Claude) Goetz of Les-Bouquette France, Danielle (Ange) Jouble of Dinan France, and several nieces and nephews. Stepmother Yvette Duboscq of Riedisheim France. She was pre-deceased by her parents Jean and Odette Duboscq, brother George (Christiane) of St Remy des Monts France, and her son William Schultze Jr. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the staff at Ewing Continuing Care Center, specifically The Gardens and The Pines, for the loving, tender and compassionate care they provided each and every day for our loving mother. In lieu of flowers, the family will be establishing a fund for a memorial tree and bench to be placed at The Ewing Continuing Care Center in her memory. ​ Friends may call Saturday, April 17, from 1-4pm at Fuller Funeral Home, Inc. 190 Buffalo St. Canandaigua. A private family memorial service will follow at the funeral home. To share a memory or express condolences online please visit www.fullfh.com
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