David L. Schuler
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David L. Schuler
  • October 5, 1943 - September 25, 2017
  • Centerton, Arkansas

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David Lewis Schuler, 73 of Centerton passed away Monday, September 25, 2017. He was born October 5, 1943 in Kansas City, Missouri to the late Walter Lewis Schuler and Edna Mae Fowler Schuler and was raised on a farm in McDonald Co. Missouri. In addition to his parents he was preceded by 3 brothers, Bill Miesner, Don Miesner and David M. Schuler, for whom he was named; 3 sisters, Rose Steele, Shirley Kennedy and Donna Schuler and by a grandson, Patrick Nicolas Cawthon. David adored his extremely close bond with Patrick; sharing countless hours and adventures together. Following graduation he proudly served his country in the US Army. Mr. Schuler retired from an entire career in grocery management, but his life revolved around his family. He was dedicated to coaching baseball, cheering his children, grandchildren and their friends and handing out candy to kids at the ballpark, where he was known as "Coach Grandpa". In later years he treasured his time with his buddies shooting pool at the Rogers Senior Center. For more than 35 years he was the devoted husband of Lesa Schuler who survives and with whom he renewed their vows in August. He also loved his dogs, especially Toni and Teddy. In addition to his wife he is survived by a daughter, Sandee Cawthon (Tony) of Rogers; 2 sons, Don Schuler (Lori) of Rogers and Brad Schuler (Kris) of California; 3 brothers, Gary Schuler (Cathy) of Arizona, Paul "Luke" Schuler of Grove, Oklahoma and Chuck Schuler (Barbara) of Anderson, Missouri; 8 grandchildren, Cash Cawthon (Savannah) of Bella Vista, Trey Cawthon of Washington, Connor Cawthon and Christian Schuler (Leslie) of Rogers, Andrew Schuler of Tulsa, Zachary Schuler, Kohl Schuler, and Sydnee Schuler all of California; his great granddaughter, Lily Cawthon of Bella Vista; a brother in law, Jody Koroush (Becky) of Missouri; a sister in law, Mona Koroush of Texas; numerous nieces, nephews and dear friends. A Memorial Celebration of his life will be at 2:00pm Thursday, September 28, in the Chapel of Rollins Funeral Home in Rogers. Inurnment within Fayetteville National Cemetery will be at a later date. Memorials are suggested to an animal shelter of your choice. Arrangements are under the care of Rollins Funeral Home in Rogers. www.RollinsFuneral.com