Dr. Charles A. Shoultz


Dr. Charles A. Shoultz



Dr. Charles Shoultz
Bay City Physician And Civic Leader Dies at 66

Dr. Charles A. Shoultz, 66, who began practicing in Bay City in 1937, died Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at St. Luke's Hospital following heart bypass surgery.

He was born in Bay City, May 15, 1909, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shoultz, who were natives of Matagorda Co. since Albert Shoultz immigrated from Germany in the 1870's.

Dr. Shoultz graduated from Bay City High School, went to Austin College at Sherman for his B. A. Degree and received his M. D. Degree from the University of Texas Medical School in Galveston. He interned at St. Paul's Hospital. After receiving his doctor's degree, he returned to Bay City to practice as a doctor in internal medicine up until his death.

About 1950 he became associated with three other doctors in Bay City and M. B. M. S . Clinic on Avenue G across from the Matagorda General Hospital. His associates were Dr. H. C. Matthes, Dr. Paul Brewer and the late Dr. Hugh Mangum.

He was a member of the Matagorda County Medical Society, Texas Medical Association, American Medical Association, Texas Thoracic Society, American Heart Association, the Bay City Area Heart Association and was past president of that organization. He was also a member of the Texas and American Societies of Internal Medicine.

In addition to his professional duties, Dr. Shoultz was a past trustee of the Bay City Independent School District, and a member and past director (1963-1965) of the Chamber of Commerce. He was awarded a certificate of Distinction and elected Man of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce. He was also a member of the Bay City Rotary Club and past president and director of that organization in 1955, director of the Bay City Country Club 1971-1973, and was a ruling Elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Bay City. He was vice chairman of the Matagorda County Area Development Committee.

Dr. Shoultz married Ann Stevens of Port Arthur, Nov. 24, 1935. They have two sons; Dr. Charles A. Shoultz and wife, Shirley of Waco and Roy S. Shoultz and wife Dee, of Richardson and eight grandchildren.

Funeral service will be held in the First Presbyterian Church Aug. 14, at 2 p.m.

The Daily Tribune, August 13, 1975


Charles A. Shoultz

Charles A. Shoultz, M. D., 66, of Bay City died at St. Luke's Hospital, Houston, Aug. 12. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. The family suggests that contributions be made in lieu of flowers to the Dr. Charles A. Shoultz Memorial Student Fund for Austin College in care of the First Presbyterian Church in Bay City. Survivors include: his widow, Ann Stevens Shoultz of the home; sons, Dr. Charles A Shoultz of Waco and Roy S. Shoultz of Richardson. brothers, Edward L. and George A. Shoultz, both of Bay City; and eight grandchildren. Funeral service will be held Thursday, Aug. 14 at 2 p. m. in the First Presbyterian Church with Rev. William O'Neal officiating. Interment service will be held in the Cedarvale Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Drs. Paul Brewer, H. C. Matthes, John Laughlin, Fred T. Matthes, George W. Wayman, Mark Poole and Tillman Daniel. Honorary pallbearers will be all his friends and associates. Arrangements with Taylor Bros. Funeral Home.

The Daily Tribune


Ann Amy Stevens Shoultz

Funeral services for Ann Amy Stevens Shoultz, 72, of Bay City were held at 2 p. m. today at Holy Cross Catholic Church with the Rev. Charles Sonnier officiating. Burial was in Cedarvale Cemetery.

A wake was held at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at Taylor Brothers Funeral Home Chapel.

Mrs. Shoultz was born March 3, 1913, in Jeanerette, La., and died at 10:45 a. m. June 5, 1985, at Matagorda House.

A resident of Bay City for 49 years, she was active in the Garden Club, Pink Ladies, Women's Golf Association and was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church.

Survivors include two sons, Dr. Charles A. Shoultz Jr. of Waco and Roy Shoultz of Dallas; three sisters, Anita Burch of Port Arthur, Jane Stevens of Dallas and Virginia Rhone of Port Neches; three brothers, A. J. Stevens of Jasper, Benjamin Stevens of Housotn and John B. Stevens of Groves, Texas; and eight grand-children.

Pallbearers included John Nelson, G. P. Hardy II, Johnnie Bunk, Barry Barbour, Gary Ezell, Dr. Bryan Simons, Tom Uher and William Townsend.

Honorary pallbearers included the medical staff of Matagorda General Hospital and Matagorda House, Pink Ladies and all friends of Dr. Charles and Ann Shoultz.

 In lieu of the usual contributions, donations may be made to the Pink Ladies Auxiliary of Matagorda General Hospital.

Arrangements are with Taylor Brothers Funeral Home, Bay City.

Office 1940s - 24127 Ave G


Dr. Lane Barbour Announces Formal Opening of New Clinic

Dr. Lane Barbour announced this morning that a reception will be held at the new Barbour Clinic and Hospital tomorrow night from 6 until 9 o'clock. The public is invited to attend the official opening.

Dr. Charles Shoulz also has his office in the modernly-designed clinic. The clinic is located on Avenue G between Third and Fourth Streets.

Inside of the one-story brick building is a neat and spacious reception room with walls of knotty pine, which was brought from Oregon. Also, the walls of the doctors' offices are knotty pine. The floor of the entire building is a tile made by the Uvalde Asphalt Company.

Besides the reception room and offices for the doctors, there are two examining rooms, a clinical laboratory, an X-ray room, a receiving room, three bedrooms, an operating room, a basement and a utility room.

The clinic is comfortably heated by two automatic gas stoves, which work on a time device. An attic fan has been installed to keep the place cool during summers.

The clinic has space for a dentist and equipment. Dr. Barbour said that he expects to obtain the services of a dentist soon.

The Daily Tribune, January 26, 1939

1940 Census - Texas - Matagorda County - Bay City - Block 169 - 3101
Charles Shoultz, age 30, b TX, lived in Bay City in 1935 - Medical Doctor
Ann Shoultz, age 27, b TX, lived in Galveston in 1935
Charles Shoultz, Jr., age 2, b TX
Ray Shoultz, age 1, b TX

Office in 1950s and 1960s



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