Julius F Schattall

Born: Thu., Jun. 16, 1921
Died: Sat., Jan. 2, 2021


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Julius Frederick Schattall, 99, passed away on the morning of January. 2, 2021, due to illness caused by Covid-19.  He was born in Cologne, Germany on June 16, 1921.  His parents, Karl & Margarete,  immigrated to the United States when he was a child, with his older sister Frieda, and eventually settled in Lutherville, MD.  In 1939 he graduated from Calvert Hall College High School, in downtown Baltimore, and in 1943 he graduated from Loyola College with a BS degree in Chemistry.  While in college, Julius met his lifelong sweetheart, Lieselotte Kimmel. at the Deutsches House, a German restaurant in Baltimore City and they married in October of 1945.  He served in the Army Air Corps and after his Honorable Discharge returned to the Lutherville area to pursue a career as a Chemist and to raise a family.  After retirement they traveled extensively in Europe, and enjoyed traveling in their RV across the United States.  He was a very loving husband, father & grandfather who had a wonderful sense of humor, always joking and was fun to be around.
He was preceded in death, by his youngest son Christopher, who in 1968, was a victim of cancer at 10 years old.
Julius is survived by his wife of 75 years, Lieselotte Kimmel Schattall, his son Frederick J. Schattall and wife Cheryl of Bluffton, SC and daughter Stephanie M. Rohe and husband Ed of Bethany Beach, DE.
He was blessed with 7 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren & 1 great-great-granddaughter.  He was loved by all and will be missed by all.  May God grant him eternal peace.
Memorial services will be private and held at a later date.

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Kathryn Kridler Olsen
   Posted Fri January 15, 2021
I've been thinking a lot about you and Miss Lee lately so I just got off of the phone with Oak Crest. They said that Miss Lee was fine but had no info on you. I felt sad but knew that you no doubt were prepared to meet Our Lord. I cannot imagine the excitement you a shared seeing Chrissy again. That must have been the best feeling in the world. Please know that you are loved and missed. If you see my parents up there please give them a big hug from me. And many thanks for you and Miss Lee for being such loving and giving God-Parents to me! Much Love, Kitty