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Carl B. Schutz

Graduated from Laughlin, Del Rio, Texas in April
1956

Assigned to Larson AFB, Moses Lake, Washington.
Was Adjutant for the Air Police Squadron
I flew C-47, C-45, and L-20 (DeHav. Beaver)
aircraft.
I took an early out in November 1957.

I went to Galveston, Texas and worked in
management positions at Galveston Coca-Cola Bottling
Co. (also stockholder). Then, I worked for the United
States National Bank and later for Frost Bank.
Finally, I worked for the City of Galveston and
retired in 2000.

I married Judy in October 1955 and we will be
celebrating our 50th anniversary later this year. We
have three sons and six grandchildren.