Gregory "Shues" Michael Schuler

1959 ~ 2021

Mr. Gregory M. Schuler, 62, passed away peacefully at St Mark’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, UT Friday, October 8, 2021. After a courageous, dignified, and valiant fight, Greg was overtaken by vascular disease.

Greg’s free spirit, seeking friendships and pleasures in life will forever be cherished in the lives of all who knew him. His labor of love was 33 years of driving trucks. He was honorably discharged from the Navy after 6 years of service. He attended Western Hills High School and St Martins grade school.

Born and raised in Cincinnati, OH, Greg loved to travel and his vocation provided opportunities to see parts of the world and across the USA. His final residence was made in Beaver, UT amongst the community of friends he made there.

Survived by his brother Thomas Schuler and sisters Peggy Lockwood, Diane Like and Lisa Campbell, brother-in-laws Jim Lockwood, Christopher Like and Bob Campbell. Greg was preceded in death by his mother Dolores McGinnis Miller, father Patrick Schuler, stepdad Al Biggs, and sister-in-law Bernice Schuler.

Although Greg never married and had children of his own, his 13 nieces and nephews and 20 great nieces and nephews were a big part of Greg's life of caring and giving.

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Shues and I spent lots of time together when he was in Pricehill. I was with him when he rode the roller coaster, he had a great time doing that. Will there be a service of any kind???? Just let me know.

- Barb Corbin

I’m so sorry you lost your brother Greg. He was so fun and I loved seeing him when he made it back to Cincinnati. He will be missed. RIP Shues 🙏

- Ann Dugan

Please accept our sincere condolences Greg was Matthew Nolan's best friend my husband Patrick got very highly of Greg we are so sorry to hear of his passing prayers for your family love the Nolans

- elizabeth nolan

My deepest condolences Greg was a great person and I’m so sorry for your loss for we have all lost when Craig left pray that God comforts you and your family