Police Sergeant Arthur Thomas Schultz S-33 (1964 – 2018)


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Police Sergeant Arthur Thomas Schultz S-33 (1964 – 2018)

Art was born January 10, 1964 to Arthur and Sandra P. (Behle) Schultz.  He attended Dixie Heights High School, graduating in 1982.  He also attended Northern Kentucky University from 1983 to 1989, majoring in psychology and law enforcement.

Art joined the Cincinnati Police Division as a Police Recruit on May 6, 1990.  He was promoted to Police Officer on September 23, 1990, issued Badge 67, and assigned to District 4 (4150 Reading Road).  He was rotated to District 3 (3201 Warsaw Avenue) on May 12, 1991.  Four years later, he was promoted to Police Specialist, and issued Badge PS-67.  On February 9, 1997, he was promoted to Sergeant, issued Badge S-33, and assigned to District 1 (310 Ezzard Charles Drive).  He was transferred to Central Vice Control Section, Street Corner Unit December 10, 2000.  He established himself as a no-nonsense 28-year veteran and solid supervisor that could be depended upon for any assignment.

Sergeant Schultz died suddenly at Eden Park about Noon on December 20, 2018.  He was 54.

Sergeant Schultz is survived by his wife, Police Specialist Lynn A. (Doran) Schultz and daughters, Sydney (Reid Heitkamp) and Sabrina.

A Visitation will be held 10 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on Thursday, December 27, 2018 at the Norman Chapel at Spring Grove Cemetery, 4521 Spring Grove Avenue.  Fraternal Order of Police services will be held at 12:45 p.m.  A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 1 p.m.

Memorials may be made to a charity of your choice.


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7 thoughts on “Police Sergeant Arthur Thomas Schultz S-33 (1964 – 2018)

  1. Sending my condolences and prayers to his wife, and 2 daughters. May the 3 of you be surrounded by his love, and experience strength, & peace at this sad time. God bless

  2. I have never met this man ,I know not his demons . I can only praise him for his work and love of the people he served. My family is also blue and will forever stand proudly with men like this . God please take this soul and heal him take his demons away. Thank him for those that can not. Bless you my brother rest in peace.

  3. Continued prayers for his wife & children. His department, family & friends. May you rest in peace Sgt. Schultz, thank you for your service.

  4. Condolences and prayers for his family and friends. And thank you for your service and sacrifices Lt. Schultz.

  5. This was my brother he was the foundation of of our family. He was one of the biggest inspirations in my life. He loved his life. He was an amazing man and brother.

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