Alby Schultz

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Alby Schultz was a Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives, representing the Division of Hume in New South Wales from October 1998 to August 2013. By 2013, he announced his retirement at the Australian federal election. He was diagnosed with liver and oesophageal cancer. Just two months before the diagnosis, it was revealed that he had prostate cancer. He died on 14th of July 2015.

Quick Facts

Name Albert John “Alby” Schultz
Died July 14, 2015, aged 76
Birth Date May 29, 1939
Birth Place Melbourne, Australia
Nationality Australian
Profession Politician
Parents Unknown
Wife Gloria Schultz
Children Grant Schultz and Dean Schultz
Siblings Unknown
Net worth $2 Million

Alby Schultz Net Worth: $2 Million

Alby served as an Australian politician for over a decade. Before representing Hume at the 1998 federal election, he had worked for Liberal Party, Cootamundra Shire Council, and New South Wales Legislative Assembly. For almost fifteen years, he was a Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives. He earned quite good enough from his long political career. Reportedly, he had a net worth of $2 million in 2014.

Alby Schultz Wife: Gloria Schultz

Alby got married to his wife, Gloria Schultz in 1962. The couple met for the first time when Gloria’s father invited Alby to their home to have a meal with the family.

His wife, Gloria moved to Melbourne to live with her sister after graduation. She worked as a dental nurse and did some part-time modeling at Myers. Alby would come down to Melbourne on the weekends and take her out to lunch.

Alby Schultz wife

Caption: Late Alby Schultz with his wife, Gloria Schultz. Photo Credit: Cootamundraherald.com.au

The reception was held at their family home. They went on honeymoon in Melbourne. It was an enduring love story which had a span of 53 years.

Alby shared two beautiful children – Grant and Dean Schultz – with his wife.

Short Wiki-like Bio

Alby Schultz was born on 23 May 1939 in Melbourne Victoria. He was a meat processing worker before entering politics. He served as a field officer for Liberal Party and a member of the Cootamundra Shire Council.

Alby was one of the several Liberal Party politicians who boycotted Parliament on the day that Prime Minister Kevin Rudd made the formal apology to the Stolen Generations. He took his last breath on 14th July 2015, at the age of 76 in Cootamundra, New South Wales.

Alby had lost the sight of one eye in 2003 after splashing himself with hydrochloric acid.

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