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Gaiden Fae Schultz

Aug 13, 1963 - Aug 01, 2023


Gaiden Fae Schultz was welcomed to Heaven on Tuesday, August 1, 2023 at the age of 59 after battling health issues.

Gaiden was born to the late Dr. William F. Schultz and Anne M. (Entringer) Schultz on August 13, 1963. Growing up on Cedar Lake near Kiel, WI, she developed her love of watersports which included boating, waterskiing, wind surfing, jet skiing and swimming. She also enjoyed many family boat trips on Lake Michigan aboard the family boat “Schatzie.” She was an avid outdoor enthusiast and shared her love for fishing, nature, four-wheeling and sitting around campfires with family and friends. She also loved cooking, listening to music, sewing, taking care of her fish tanks, exchanging recipes and growing vegetables in her garden. Gaiden was known for her famous and delicious dill pickles that she would share with those she loved.

Gaiden attended grade school at St. Peter & Paul in Kiel, WI and graduated from Kiel High School in 1981. She graduated with her Associate Degree in Nursing from Lakeshore Technical College in 1989 and became a Registered Nurse. She dedicated a great portion of her life to a career in nursing, and she loved helping others. She most recently was employed at QuadJoy in Sheboygan, WI where she took great pride in helping the disabled community and serving their many customers.

Gaiden is survived by her daughter, Rebecca (Paul) Imig; grandchildren, Ella and Trae Imig; husband,
William Street; siblings, Terrill Schultz, Carleen (Jim) Newell, Alyssa (Jim) Schmitt, Garrett (Ginny) Schultz, Kendall (Cathy) Schultz, William (Michelle) Schultz, Aria Schultz, Derek Schultz and Courtney (Erik) Hansen; stepmother, Judith A. (Christel) Schultz.

She is preceded in death by her mother, father, and infant brother, Thomas Schultz.

Gaiden was most proud of her daughter, Becky, son-in-law, Paul and her grandchildren, Ella and Trae. They were the light of her life. She was loved and will be deeply missed by her daughter, grandchildren, her husband, Bill, family members and all those who knew her, including her beloved dog, Bear. The family wishes to thank Bill Street for his love and dedication to her during her last few years.

May Gaiden now have eternal peace and happiness in Heaven.

We will celebrate Gaiden’s life on her birthday, August 13. Family and friends may pay their respects during this service. Contact a family member for details on the celebration of life.



Guestbook Entries SIGN GUESTBOOK

William Street

My Dearest Gaiden May the LORD Bless you and keep you. My heart will forever cherish your Love. Finally you have Peace. Amen Auf wiedersehen Bill

David Newton

It was always a joy to see you, Bill and Bear at the factory. I know I will see you again soon with God.

Carolyn Samuel

I was blessed to have you as my childhood friend. Pen pals, you in WI me in IL. I enjoyed every day at Cedar Lake with you when our family came to the cottage next to your house. We had so many laughs and great times. God bless my friend. Carolyn (Miller) Samuel

Doris Theune

Dear Family of Gaiden. I was saddened to read of Gaiden's young passing. I got to know her while she was a nurse at Meadowview Skilled Nursing Facility in Sheboygan. She was always very caring and conscientious. I'm sure she will be missed by many.

Mary Biwan

Rest in peace Cuz you will be missed. I am glad that I was able to help you find a home for Bear, they love him very much ❤️

Rochelle Weaver

Your smile and joyful heart will be missed

Sue Entringer

You will be missed sweet cousin. I came to see you during my trip to Sheboygan and I had your fresh eggs you wanted. Love you. Till we meet again. ❤️🥰

Carleen Newell

Dear Gaiden, I am so sorry that your life ended at such a young age. You will always be in my heart wherever I go. Happy sailing. Love, Big Sis