William Schuler Obituary, Death – William Schuler of Charlotte, North Carolina has sadly passed away. After finishing his high school education at Archbishop Bergan, he received his diploma in 1978 and went on to further his study. He was born in Fremont, and he spent his childhood there as well.
Following his relocation to Tallahassee, Florida, he enrolled in a barbecue school in the area in order to continue honing his trade and expanding his skill set. After moving back to Fremont, he started his career in the culinary sector by opening Gambino’s West Pizza and Huey’s BBQ, and he then built Huey’s Smokehouse. Both of these businesses are still operating to this day.
Bill gave the highest level of courtesy and consideration to each and every one of his clients. It was extremely obvious that he have a talent for conversation. He was an ardent supporter of the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team, and he cherished the time he got to spend with his closest friends, whether it was playing golf or riding bikes. In addition to that, he was a devoted fan of Nebraska Cornhuskers football.
He is survived by his mother, Marianne Schuler of Fremont; daughter, Haley Schuler (20); son, Will Schuler (13); and his loving dog, “Duke,” all at home; brother, Robert Schuler of Fremont; sisters, Susan Schuler and Betty Schuler-Weingarten (Jerry Pascale), all of Omaha; Ray and Margaret Harden of Perry IA, sister-in-law Christine (Harden) and Brad Hayden, Tom Ulrich, nieces and nephews, and Schuler cousins.
Before Bill’s departure, all of his immediate family members had already passed away. This included his mother, his father, his wife Cynthia, his brother John, his sister Dianne, and his sister-in-law Cathy Ulrich. His mother and father had been married for 63 years.