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Obituary: Timothy Allen Schutt

Obituary: Timothy Allen Schutt

February 13th, 2018 in Obituaries

Timothy (Tim) Allen Schutt, age 48, died peacefully at his home in Milton, Ga., on Friday, February 9, 2018, after a heroic battle against cancer. He was born at Fort Sill, Oklahoma on December 5, 1969, to Richard and Anne Schutt. Tim, an avid runner, could be seen any given day running up and down the hills of his neighborhood during the hottest time of the day to the amazement of his on looking neighbors. He trained and ran in about 30 marathons and half-marathons. He truly loved to run. He attended Northeast State University, now Truman State University, in Kirksville, Mo.; then received his masters in accounting at the University of Missouri Kansas City. Later he earned his MBA at Northwestern University Kellogg School of Business. Employed with PwC for over 23 years, he was a rarity having stayed with the same firm his whole career. He was the leader of PwC's Power & Utility practice and lead relationship partner on several of PwC's most significant clients. But most of all, Tim was a respected and loved leader to many at PwC. He is survived by his wife Carol and their three children, Brock, Jackson and Riley of Milton, Ga.. He is also survived by his parents, Richard and Anne Schutt of Jefferson City, Mo. and brother, Matthew Schutt, his wife, Rachel and their daughter Lillian of Kansas City, Mo. He is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Ruth "Monie" Fleming and William McClure Fleming and his paternal grandparents, Jackson Emuel Schutt and Louise Schutt. Services will be held on Wednesday, February 14, at Christ the Shepherd Lutheran Church, Alpharetta, Ga. with visitation starting at 11a.m. until the service time at 1 p.m. Interment will follow the ceremony at Green Lawn Cemetery. The family has requested that memorial contributions in Tim's honor be made to: The Kidney Cancer Association https://www.kidneycancer.org/donate/