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Victor A. Schulz, Jr.
October 18, 2023
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Victor A. Schulz Jr. 48, passed away suddenly on October 18, 2023. He is survived by his Pride and Joy, his daughter Brooklyn Rosalie Schulz.
His “Irish twin”, biggest supporter (at times), best friend, and sister, Jamie Leigh Schulz and his niece Caliann Virgina Cooper.
His loving parents: mother Lisa Schulz; father & step-mother Victor & Laura Schulz. Step-sister Christa Greggorio (Rocco), & step-brothers Glen Tuccillo, Anthony Tuccillo (the late Amy), Matthew Tuccillo (Nicole) along with many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
He is predeceased by his grandparents Angelina & Donald Schulz (aka: Gramps): Virginia Spinogatti and Harry Kravitz, along with his favorite 4-legged friends: Tasha & Lucia.
Victor grew up in Beverly “Dodge City”. This is where he played wiffleball, rode bikes around town, went to Franks for his penny candy, played football for the Beverly Roadrunners, and became the Miami Dolphins’ biggest fan. But most of all - this is the place where he made lifelong friends who have become his family.
Victor moved to Palmyra and graduated PHS - Class of ‘93. After high school, he attended BCC with high academic achievements. He then moved on to the University of Delaware. No matter where he was, Victor made his presence known. Not just by his smile, his long curly brown hair, or his infectious laugh, but by his ability to sincerely connect with people on a genuine level. He was witty and funny, ohh-so charming, and full of hustle and drive.
Victor came back home to his roots in Palmyra/Beverly where he started his career with PSEG. He was a dedicated and trustworthy employee for more than 23 years. During these years, Victor’s “family” grew. His ability to make, nurture, and maintain these deep-rooted friendships with so many people allowed you to quietly witness how big his heart truly was.
He enjoyed going to an Eagles or Sixers game with his boys and always had the best merch to let you know it. However, his most favorite thing to do was spend time with Brooklyn. His love for her radiated off of him - it was palpable.
Victor also maintained his friendly relationship and part-time job with Sal at DiVincenzo’s for more than 30 years. We all know - he didn’t need it, but he loved the hustle. He actually loved the people and the personal interactions more. The pizza shop was “home”.
A time to Remember and Celebrate Victor’s life will be held on Saturday, November 4th. Family and Friends are invited to gather and pay their respects from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm at Weber’s Funeral Home, located at 112 Broad Street, Riverton NJ 08077. To help honor Victor, please wear your favorite Sports Jersey and your best “Kicks”.