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Heritage Hill Senior Community is pleased to announce Elizabeth Schultz as Resident of the Month for January 2022.
Elizabeth Roccina Schultz was born on August 16, 1925 in Freeland, Pa, to Salvatore and Seraphine Procopio. She is the youngest of five children, all of whom served in the U.S. military. Her parents came to the United States from Borgia, Italy.
Betty, as she is known, graduated from Freeland High School on June 10, 1943. She was in the Cadet Nurse Corp. at Wilkes Barre General Hospital in 1945. On May 29, 1950 Betty graduated from college Misericordia, Dallas, Pa. As an educator she taught Spanish at Freeland High School in 1955, 1956, and 1957.
She married Robert F. Schultz. He was the principal of Freeland High School. They resided in Freeland until her husband’s profession prompted them to relocate to the Lansdale area. While in Lansdale, Betty was a substitute teacher and also home schooled a young student. Another job opportunity for her husband relocated them again to Danville, Pa., where they continued to live following his retirement as Superintendent of Montoursville School District.
Betty loves gardening and was a member of the Danville Garden Club. She was also actively involved in the Legion of Mary at St. Joseph’s Church in Danville. The group prayed the rosary weekly at St. Cyril’s Academy, Danville. Betty belonged to the buddy Club where she would visit nursing home residents who did not receive visitors. Betty is also a recent grad of Heritage Hill’s PEER Program.
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