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born 11-18-60 passed 2-17-21. He is survived by family members who loved him and cared for him:  his beloved “Mother Dear,” Sharon Reay Schulte; his siblings: Julie Ott (Jeff), Jeanne Heaghney (Dan), Joanne Curran (Mike) along with Sharron Schulte (nee Comia) and their son Jonathan Schulte (Jamie Theriault) two nieces and four nephews, and his faithful dog, Tika.

Joe lived for his work, owning and operating JLS Development for 23 years, working until he was no longer able.  While he was a man of few words, he was always equipped with a witty one liner and a gentle smile. He maintained his sense of humor and his love for his favorite 70s bands throughout his turbulent battle with glioblastoma.

May he continue to revel in the music.  May the angels of heaven greet him. May his beloved dad, Joseph L. Schulte, Jr., meet him, along with his loving grandparents. May he rest in eternal peace and happiness in the glory of God.

In lieu of any flowers please consider a donation to: St Jude’s Children’s Hospital

Funeral Mass at St. Paul (Fenton) on Monday, February 22 at 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Kutis Affton Service.