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KANSAS lost a shooter last night

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by missed some, Dec 22, 2010.

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  1. missed some

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    Harold Schultz was killed in a car accident last night, don't know much more than that at this time, just got the phone call. mark crist
     
  2. cubancigar2000

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    God Bless his family. Christmas wont be the same
     
  3. squirrelkiller

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    He was involved in an accident near Hays last evening I do believe. Very sad. Thoughts and prayers to his family.

    Rod
     
  4. AAtrap

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    Mark, thanks for letting us know. Please PM or call me when you have more details.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. God Bless.

    Steve Elliott
     
  5. mx8dave

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    I read this with sadness,,Harold was quite a fellow,,I shot with Him at Ben Avery in 1998 when he was the oldest person to be punched to the 27 yd line ,,He lost a yard and accomplished it again a year later ,I shot with him at Casa Grande and ben Avery last winter ,he shot from a chair,,He really had some good storys to tell ,,I believe he would have been 95 years old now ,,We will miss him,,
    MX8Dave David Lang
     
  6. pulllit

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    Not to take away from the title of this thread “Kansas lost a shooter last night” but to add that “Alaska lost a legend shooter last night”. I doubt if Harold’s Alaska State shoot record number of wins in the singles as a senior vet will be topped.

    I consider myself fortunate to have known Harold and to see him last July at Birchwood. He was true gentleman of the sport who could tell stories with that humorous dry wit of his.

    RIP Harold, you will be missed.




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  7. missed some

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    I believe he was in the ALASKA HOF, I know we put him and his son in the KS HOF a few years ago. Wish I could remember how many dozens of times Harold drove the Alaska highway, he would summer there and winter in AZ with shooting everywhere in the middle! GREAT guy and I have never heard an ill word spoken of him. Fun fella to listen to. And you are right, he will be missed. mark crist
     
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    I've always heard that things like these come in 3's!!! Its very sad to lose 3 top shooters just before Christmas this year. My heart goes out to all 3 family's. May God Bless and Rest In Peace to each and every one of them. Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    Missed Some ,Harold had told me some time ago that he had driven the Alcan over 70 times ,I am sure he drove it more after that ,,,Mx9Dave
     
  10. Janet

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    Sympathy to family and friends from Ohio



    Janet
     
  11. luvnbearhugs1

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    So sad. Prayers to the family from here in the east.

    Luvn
     
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    Awww. This sucks. Martin told me what happened. He was such a nice man, although I only met him a couple of times.
     
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    Tough to the end and a good shot too! May he rest in peace and our condolences to his friends and family.

    Hap
     
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    just got word that there will not be a formal service for Harold, He will be cremated and ashes goin back to Alaska. Ask that donations be made to NRA or Kansas Trapshooting Hall of Fame. mark
     
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    Couple years ago Tuttle Creek (KS) had a 500 singles marithon. Harold was our squad leader. Harold said "Guys I plan just to shoot 300." As we were walking off the 3rd bank; Harold says, "Carl would you go tell the cashier I am shootiing 500, and will settle up when we finsih," If my memory is correct, Harold broke a 96 and 97. I hope in 20 years, I can shoot a 500 bird marithon.
    Prayers to the family and friends.
    Carl Hamm
     
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    Harold will be greatly missed up here in The Great State of Alaska and was elected into the HOF in 2000.

    Ben Olsen
    ATA President for Alaska.
     
  18. Jeff P

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    He came up and shot with us last summer at the Alaska State Shoot. 92 or 93, I really enjoyed talking to him while he was here.
     
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    R.I.P. HAROLD, YOU WILL BE GREATLY MISSED!!!THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GOING TO THE FAMILY OF HAROLD

    STEVE RADER
     
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    I have known Harold since I first started shooting trap in 1976 as a teenager. We lost a good man. RIP Harold.

    Jim
     
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