Timothy Scott Schulz, 55, of Grand Forks passed away under Hospice care in Mayville, ND on November 26, 2020.
Tim was born December 13, 1964 to Loyd and Doris (Vik) Schulz in Grand Forks, ND. He was raised in East Grand Forks, MN and baptized at First Lutheran Church.
He attended Crestwood Elementary School, Central Middle School and EGF Senior High School graduating in 1983. After high school Tim attended Hutchinson Community College where he completed and received the Audio Electronic Certificate.
On April 14th, 1989 he married Janice Finstrom in Crookston, MN. They resided in East Grand Forks.
Over the years he had several occupations: L&M Meats, Simplot, ICS Construction, Baukel Builders, Hood Packaging and Rogers Premiere.
Tim had a lifelong love of music playing in jam sessions at Forsberg Motors many Saturday nights. He enjoyed working on and admiring automobiles, old and new. Tim enjoyed his trips to Hawaii. He was also one of the few lucky winners of the lottery, winning $100,000 on a scratch off in 2012. He passed his love for camping and fishing on to his children which will continue for generations. And of course, for those who knew him, BINGO!
He will be deeply missed by those who survive him, including his siblings; Paulette (Laddie) Novak of Grand Forks, Darrell of Grand Forks, Larry of Emerado; children Jennifer (Michael Nelson), Krystal and Cassandra Cameron; grandkids Dakson and Addison; nieces and nephews Paul (Jamie) Novak, Pat (Jennifer) Novak, Gina (Chris) Skinner and Jared Benson.
Tim was preceded in death by his parents: Loyd and Doris Schulz.
Masks are required. Due to Covid there will be no lunch served and we ask that everyone wear a mask and socially distance as they are able to.
Services will be held at 4:30 PM on Saturday, December 5, 2020 in the Hope Church in the Grand Cities Mall, Grand Forks ND, with visitation one hour prior to the service in the church.
Honorary Pallbearers are Kent Adamson, Jared Benson, Pat Novak, Paul Novak, Dakson Schulz and Jim Solarski.
He will be buried with his parents, Loyd and Doris Schulz, at St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetary.