2022ObituariesUncategorizedDavid George Shultz

June 14, 2022by SealeUser3

We mourn the passing of David George Shultz, Sr., a loving husband/best friend, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather on June 10, 2022 with his loving wife by his side and his devoted dog “Beau”. Dave was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on April 15, 1947 and raised in the heart of Baton Rouge where he attended Baton Rouge High School. Dave served in the US Army (Vietnam Era). Afterwards beginning his career as a painter with Bankston painting company, he also worked at Granberries Guns which eventually lead him to serving his community with the EBR Sheriff’s Office. While at EBR Sherriff’s Dave served in many capacities, not to mention many accomplishments achieved through his career such as FBI School of Narcotics, Infantry Small unit tactics, sniper school, sig, smith and Wesson, rugger, Which Eventually led to him being the firearms instructor for the EBR Sherriff’s Department. Dave was a man with a passion for the great outdoors, such as traveling, fishing, camping, and riding his Harley with his wife. His hobbies included re-loading and being a member of S.A.S.S “single action shooting society” (where he was known as fairshake) and black powder matches, where he won numerous awards. David was an avid LSU and saints fan. He was also known for his culinary skills, he enjoyed seeing people complimenting him on his gumbo, etoufee’s and other cajun dishes.  David is survived by his wife/best friend Lisha McCarney Shultz, two sons David Shultz(Stacey) and Troy Shultz(Kendra), as well as 6 grandkids and 5 great-grandkids. He is preceded in death by his mother Lois Douthitt Henney and father George Shultz. Services will take place Friday June 17, 2022 at Seale Funeral Home in Denham Springs with visitation starting at 6:00 PM, a 7:30 PM Memorial service and visitation resuming until 8:30 PM. Please sign the online guestbook at www.sealefuneral.com




  • John Corney

    June 27, 2022 at 8:39 pm

    David, many years of friendship and good conversations. We both were lead bullet casters and reloaders. David will be remembered in the SASS community for his unique design of the 44-40 bullet known and used by 44-40 caliber shooters as the ‘farshake design’
    To David’s Family and Friends … my Sincere Condolances
    David, Rest In Peace my Friend


  • Anna Billon

    June 15, 2022 at 2:43 am

    I am so sorry to hear this. David was my favorite 1st cousin.


  • Ron Cowart

    June 14, 2022 at 9:21 pm

    David was a gentleman who could hold his own, in conversation on many subjects. He possessed a “sly” sense of humor that he could visit upon you when you least expected it. An asset to the Sheriff’s Office and the community he served, he will also be an asset in Heaven.

    May God Bless his family in their time of loss.


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