Luella Cobb Schultz
Luella Cobb Schultz, 76, of Anchorage, AK passed away October 17, 2019 at home.
Mrs. Schultz was born February 28, 1943 in Ann Arbor, MI. She attended Ouchita Baptist University of Arkansas and University of Maryland. She went on to graduate from San Francisco State University with honors and a Master’s equivalent. She interned at the at the Washington DC office of postmaster appointments for Harold Jinks of Piggott. Later, she was a high school home economics teacher for the Walnut Creek, CA and Lake Oswego, OR school districts. She enjoyed clothing design, tailoring, cooking, and being a dedicated homemaker in child development. She was an avid listener of the Anchorage Baptist Temple TV broadcast.
During her internship in Washington DC, she met her husband, James “Jim” Schultz. They were married on April 20, 1964 in Corning. He survives.
Other survivors include their children Susan Brandon-Schultz of Mt. St. Helens, OR, Joshua Schultz of San Francisco, CA, and Jeffrey Schultz of Tokyo, Japan; brother Ernest Lee Cobb of Houston, TX; and grandchildren Oskar Schultz, Jade and Violet Brandon Schultz.
She was preceded in death by her parents Ernest “Buddy” and Evelyn (Grant) Cobb.
Visitation will be Monday from 1 to 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Corning. Funeral service will follow at the church at 2 p.m. with Rev. Josh Raspberry officiating. Burial will be at Corning Cemetery.
Luella was blind the last seven years of her life due to cancer destroying her optic nerve and the family requests, in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to any organization for the blind of your choice.