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Loving Husband, Father, and Son, Preston Allen Schuetze’s love of life and faith to family will live on long after his death. Preston passed away on May 9, 2021 at the age of 29 while travelling home to his wife and children, who will continue to honor his legacy by living their lives to the absolute fullest.

Born and raised in San Antonio, Preston attended Fernandez Elementary School, Zachry Middle School, and Warren High School, where he graduated in 2010. Preston was truly a Jack of All Trades. Although initially becoming an HVAC technician, Preston’s talent was in building thingsfrom cars to boats, there was not anything he could not build, break, disassemble, fix, and reassemble. He was a District Manager for National Assemblers Inc.

At first glance, people noticed that if it had an engine and wheels, it was Preston’s passion. The truth was that once you began to know Preston, you realized his true passion was his family. A phone call to Preston never went unanswered. He was never too busy to take his sons fishing, goof around with the boys, or just take a moment for some cuddles. Faithful to the end, Preston put his family before everything else in life and was an inspiration to everyone he met.

Preston is faithfully and fearlessly survived by his middle school sweetheart and wife, Gabriela Schuetze; their sons, Aiden, Evan, and William; his parents, Richard and Sherree Schuetze; Mother-in-Law, Selene Barba; Father-in-Law, Juan Ramon Sinisterra; his favorite sister, Kaitin Machaj; Grandparents, John and Diana Schuetze; Grandparents, Blaine and Lorree Castile; Grandfather, Ray Schaak; Grandparents, Luis and Stella Barba; Great-Grandparents, Larry and Patricia Thayn; countless aunts, uncles, cousins, and a loving extended family in Colombia.

Funeral services will be held at Castle Ridge Mortuary North in San Antonio on May 20 at 11:30 a.m.

Internment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery at Cordi-Marian.

In lieu of flowers, please make a memorial contribution to the Schuetze family: