Delma Schuller

06/17/1936 — 09/15/2020

From Pasco, WA | Born in Mountain View, OK

Delma Schuller

Delma Schuller was born in Mountain View, Oklahoma on June 17, 1936 to Delbert and Sarah Nugen. She moved to Hermiston, Oregon in 1947 and it is here she met the love of her life, Robert (Bob) C. Schuller. They were married in 1954 and had one son, Robert (Robby) E. Schuller.

The family lived in several locations throughout California, Washington, Oregon and Idaho, following Bob’s construction jobs, before settling in the Tri-Cities in 1973. Delma was an excellent homemaker and a devoted wife and mother who always kept a beautiful, immaculate home for her family. They enjoyed motorcycling, traveling and camping together.

Delma had a wonderful sense of humor and loved to make people laugh. She had many friends throughout her life and loved dancing, bowling and playing cards or games with family and friends. She will be remembered as a loving and nurturing wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend.

Delma is survived by her son Robby Schuller, her sister Shirley George and husband Ron George, her sister Carla Wheatley and husband Rick Wheatley, her grandson Travis Schuller and wife Sarah Schuller, her great-grandchildren Finn, Lucy, Miles, Henry and Scarlett Schuller and numerous nieces and nephews.

Delma’s family wishes to thank From the Heart Adult Family Home, Tri-Cities Chaplaincy Hospice, and Dr. Hornell for their loving care.

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  • Aunr Delma was a wonderful woman. She taught me many things…. to play pinochel, play the piano, care for roses just to name a few. But most importantly, she taught me to always have a sense of humor no matter what and to love your family. I’ll miss her greatly.

    Sean Stockard

    Seanstockard@gmail.com
    September 23, 2020
    Stocksrd
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