Letitia Schultz

Obituary of Letitia A. Schultz

Letitia "Letty" A. Schultz, 95, of Worcester, died on January 28, 2022 at Meadowood in Worcester where she had been a resident since May 2015. She was the beloved wife of the late Austin J. Schultz for over 58 years and was a long-time resident of Worcester.


Born on May 18, 1926 in Bristol, PA, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Clara Streichert. She graduated from the former Schwenksville High School.


She showed a talent in piano at an early age and began teaching soon after she married. She had a love of all kinds of music and an equal love for her students, many of whom kept in touch years later. She was also a talented organist playing for weddings, funerals, and at weekly services at Hope Fellowship Church of Lansdale. She continued to delight Meadowood residents with her piano playing well into her 90’s.


Letty was a member of the Central Schwenkfelder Church of Worcester where she was active in the Ladies Aid, served on various boards, and played the piano and organ. For many years she was a tour guide at the Peter Wentz Homestead, which was the former home of her husband’s grandparents and George Washington’s headquarters during the American Revolution. Letty was also a member of the Worcester Historical Society. She also enjoyed gardening, sewing, and photography.


In addition to her husband, Letty was predeceased by her son-in-law William Bundschuh. She is survived by two daughters, Jessica Miller and her husband, Merrill, of Upper Gwynedd, and Kristine Bundschuh of Worcester; her grandchildren, Sara Herster (Scott), Paul Miller (Andrea), Drew Bundschuh, and Mark Bundschuh (Carolyn); and great-grandson, Austin Bundschuh. Letty was the beloved cousin of Eleanor Breckley, Steve Breckley, the late Richard Weston, Charles Streichert, Carol Streichert and the late Andrea Dohanicz.


Graveside services and burial are private for the most immediate family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to the charity of your choice. Family and friends may share memories at www.RLWilliamsFuneralHome.com.   

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