DAKOTA CITY — Victor E. “Vic” Schultz, 59, Dakota City, formerly of Martinsburg, died March 12, 2017, at his residence.
Visitation with the family present will begin at 5 p.m., with a prayer service at 7 p.m., March 16, at Mohr Funeral Home, South Sioux City.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m., March 17, at Hope Lutheran Church, South Sioux City.
Burial will be in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Martinsburg.
Vic was born Dec. 30, 1957, in Sioux City, Iowa, the son of Willis and Arlene (Mattes) Schultz. He graduated from Allen High School and attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Northeast Community College, Norfolk. He farmed with his Dad west of Martinsburg. Vic married Cheryl “Cherie” Verzani July 9, 2000, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Martinsburg. They moved to Santa Teresa, N.M., and Vic was a commercial pilot for Nord Aviation for one and one half years before moving back to the South Sioux City area. He worked at Prince Manufacturing until November 2013.
Vic was a member of Hope Lutheran Church, South Sioux City, a former member of the Martinsburg Volunteer Fire Dept., and was also a very active past member in Trinity Lutheran Church, Martinsburg, holding various positions over the years. He was also a member of the Civil Air Patrol and Gun Owners of America. He was an avid hunter and gun enthusiast and had a great passion for aviation.
Survivors include his wife, Cherie Schultz, Dakota City; a son, Tyler King, Ponca; step children, Dawn (Brian) Borchers, Sioux City, Iowa; and BJ (Stefanie) Verzani, Ponca; granddaughter, Brooklynn King; step grandchildren, Lauren and Tyler Borchers, and Brantley and Averie Verzani; step great-granddaughter, Aria Scofield; sister, Karen (Don) Helberg, Scottsbluff; step siblings, Cindy (Lee) Ford, Jean Orr, Ken (Laura) Bruggeman, Jim Bruggeman (Penny Rosfjord), Jenny Bruggeman; step brother-in-law, Randy McDonald; and mother-in-law, Annabelle Haahr.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Willis and Arlene Schultz; step mother, Gloria Schultz; and father-in-law, Wendell Haahr.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Aseracare Hospice, Norfolk; Hope Lutheran Church, South Sioux City; Trinity Lutheran Church, Martinsburg; or the Martinsburg Volunteer Fire Dept.