Frank C. Schutzler, 84, who lived in Brackenridge from 1882 until recent years, died Friday (Feb 21, 1964) at 9:10 pm at John J. Kane Hospital, Pittsburgh. Mr. Schutzler, who had been living with his son, Carl S. Schutzler, 5909 Steele Road, Murrysville, had been ill two weeks.
Born in the Province of Pommern, Germany, on Sept 11, 1879, to Carl and Wilhelmina Schutzler, he came to Brackenridge from his birthplace when he was three years old. He was an employee of West Penn Steel Co. then continued with Allegheny Steel Co. and later Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp. A rod mill beater, he retired in August of 1945.
He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church of Natrona. Surviving are three sons: Carl, Murrysville; Leroy F, Brackenridge; and William H., Natrona Heights; two daughters: Mrs Kermit (Virginia) Smith and Mrs. Leonard (Venetta) Haugh, both of Natrona Heights, and 13 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
The family is receiving friends at the Albert W. Ferver - Eugene L. Krynicki Funeral Home, Wood st. and 4th Ave., Tarentum, where the Rev. Bernard F. Wise will conduct a service Tuesday at 2 pm. Burial will be in Prospect Cemetery, Brackenridge.
SOURCE: Obituary of Frank Carl Schutzler
as published in Valley Daily News, 22 Feb 1964
Submitted by Edward L. Smith, email: email@example.com 15-March-1999.