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Charles Allen “Chuck” Schuh

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Charles Allen “Chuck” Schuh, age 63, passed away peacefully to his Lord and Savior on Saturday, March 14, 2020 at Methodist Hospital in Houston, TX. Chuck was born on February 13, 1957 in Owensboro, KY to Henry Allen Schuh and Leona Mae “Holly” Schuh. He graduated from Sam Houston State University in 1981 with a degree in agriculture and managed the family ranch in Crockett from 1986-2000. Chuck was an avid outdoorsman who was passionate about archery and traditional bow hunting. His dream hunting trip to Alaska was accomplished the year he turned 40. He also enjoyed scuba diving, fishing, and kayaking. Despite his ALS diagnosis in 2017, Chuck continued to hunt, fish, and kayak, as well as take care of the small herd of cattle he owned. Chuck loved the Lord, his family, and his church family. Chuck met and married the woman he called the love of his life, Billie, in 1990. They shared 29 sweet years of marriage and were blessed with two children, Brady Wilson and Holly Ann. Every summer after the children were older, he took as much vacation time as he could from TDCJ to navigate and plan the family summer vacations to national parks and other places of interest. The children fondly remember trips to Yellowstone, Zion Canyon, Grand Canyon, and White Sands. Chuck was a member of the Grace Street Church of Christ where he served as deacon for many years. He was very active in Grace Street Vacation Bible School, Children’s Bible Time, and was one of the main organizers of the church vegetable garden program.

Chuck is survived by his wife, Billie of Crockett; children, Brady of Hutto, Holly of Nacogdoches; sisters, Robann Schuh of Crockett, Becky Long of San Angelo; sister-in-law, Kathy Young of Temple; nieces, Kelly Long Farmer and husband, Tye of San Angelo, Melissa Baugh and husband, Tracy of Belton, Karen Noel of Temple; nephews, Clay Long of Spring Town, Will Young and wife, Monet of Lubbock; as well as numerous great nieces, nephews and other relatives.

Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 20, 2020 at Grace Street Church of Christ with Bro. Jimmy Stegall and Bro. Tony Dominguez officiating. Interment to follow at the Evergreen Memorial Park. Visitation will be held Thursday evening from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Callaway-Allee Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to missions programs at Grace Street Church of Christ, 124 S. Grace Street Crockett, TX 75835.

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  1. I was so sorry to hear of Chuck’s passing. I wish I could have seen all of you the last time you were here in Ohio. I have many fond memories and pictures from my childhood of the many visits that were made by my Texas cousins. Much love and condolences to Chuck’s wife and children. As well as to Robann and Becky. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. So sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you through these trying times.

  3. This man has been such a great example to all of us. He faith and service to God and the church will always be remembered. I’m not sure I have ever seen him not smiling. We love you and your family.

  4. Years ago, Chuck used to play in a Church Basketball League. He played with members of Grace Street Church of Christ at First Baptist Church. It didn’t let winning and losing get in the way when he played for Grace Street Church of Christ. He just had a good time playing, and having fun, and fellowship when Dr. Ed Hogan and Jeff Moran was my pastors at First Baptist Church of Crockett.

  5. We have loved and admired Chuck for showing what it means to be a fine husband, father, friend, and gentleman. Grateful most of all for providing a living example of Christian discipleship. We are missing you until we meet again.

  6. Billie…I’m so sorry to read of your husband’s death. I never met him but remember when y’all got married. Have kept up w/you thru friends & comments on FB. Never ending prayers for you & your family.

  7. Billie, So sorry to hear of Chuck passing. He was way too young. I know ALS is a terrible disease. I hate that he went through that. I think of all my Crockett sisters often and miss you all so much. May God bless you at this time and always. Candy

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