Addie Schatz

Obituary of Addie Schatz

Addie Schatz, age 75, passed away on October 31, 2021, at her home in North Las Vegas with her husband by her side. She was born on July 12, 1946 in Havre, Montana to the late Vera Howard and Jerome Howard. She is the eldest of her 3 siblings – the late Patty Howard, Bill Howard, and JoAnn Wood. She married Terry Schatz in 1965. They spent many years living in Washington, where Addie worked in the grocery business for 33 years. Everyone who knew Addie knows this was just the perfect profession for her because she was so good‐natured and friendly – a true “people‐person.” Addie and Terry had two children – Jeff and Tonya. Addie’s children (and later her grandchildren) were always the apple of her eye and her top priority. After retirement, Addie and Terry moved to North Las Vegas, where they enjoyed years with friends attending NASCAR races and enjoying all that Vegas has to offer. They bought an RV and spent many great times camping with family in the Northern part of the state. Addie leaves behind her husband (Terry Schatz), her son and daughter‐in‐law (Jeff and Shannon Schatz), her daughter and son‐in‐law (Tonya and Shay Pyne), her grandkids (Hailei & Hannah Schatz and Shasta & Gunner Pyne), and dozens of other close family members and friends. To know Addie was to love her. She kept all things in perspective and always had a positive outlook on life. She didn’t take herself too seriously, always keeping her focus on the well‐being of her family & friends. She loved playing cards, walking, playing nickel machines at the neighborhood casino, camping, cooking, visiting with friends, and spending time with her grandkids, husband, and family. Addie will forever be remembered and loved by all who had the privilege of knowing her. A family celebration of life will be planned in the summer.
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