Ethel Lena Eastridge Shultz 2022

2022
Obituary Ethel L. Shultz, 84, has gone home to be with The Lord on July 21, 2022. Ethel’s grandparents were originally from Greenbrier. She lived her entire life around the area of Pittman Center. She graduated from Pittman Center High School where she met Don and they married soon after graduation. She attended Hills Creek Baptist Church where she was a faithful member for over 50 years. She was a wonderful cook and loved to have her family together for dinners. She loved to quilt by hand and those quilts were always given to family members. Ethel is preceded in death by her husband Don Shultz; son Mike Shultz; mother Flo Cardwell; and sister Fontella Whaley. She is survived by her son Garry Shultz; daughter Jennifer Bush (Tommy); grandchildren Alicia Holloway (Brian), Jessica Duran (Brandon), and Dustin Shultz (Noel); great grandchildren Samara, Tyler, Ayden, Bryson, Conner, Mason, Savannah, Bella, Lena, and Lyndon; and great great grandchildren Kielee, Jayden, Ava, and David. Graveside services at Webb’s Creek Cemetery will be held on Sunday, July 24, 2022 at 3pm. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Ethel Lena (Eastridge) Shultz, please visit our floral store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Ethel Lena Eastridge Shultz 2022.

Rawlings Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Sevierville, state: Tennessee

death notice Ethel Lena Eastridge Shultz 2022

obituary notice Ethel Lena Eastridge Shultz 2022

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