Charlotte Mailliard Shultz Honored In Public Memorial at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral
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Charlotte Mailliard Shultz Honored In Public Memorial
at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral
Wednesday, March 30 at 3pm
11 February 2022 – San Francisco, CA: On Wednesday, March 30 at 3pm at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral (1100 California Street atop Nob Hill) members of the public are invited to pay tribute to Charlotte Mailliard Shultz who passed away from cancer on December 3, 2021. Longtime Chief of Protocol for the State of California and the City & County of San Francisco, Shultz was 88. All those wishing to attend must register online at the link below.
Additionally, the service will be livestreamed at https://gracecathedral.org/charlotteshultzmemorial/
Originally from Texas, Shultz moved to San Francisco in the mid 1960s. Over a remarkable career spanning more than 50 years, Shultz represented her state and her city at the highest levels, planning and hosting events for Presidents, Popes and international cultural icons. In 2018, she coordinated and oversaw the naming of the street in front of the Fairmont Hotel in honor of longtime friend, and San Francisco’s singing ambassador, “Tony Bennett Way.” During the worst days of COVID, Shultz conceptualized and led a public sing-a-long of Bennett’s iconic “I Left My Heart in San Francisco”, #SingOutSF, to honor front line workers during the pandemic. Shultz served as President of the Board of the War Memorial Performing Arts Center and a member of the Boards of the San Francisco Symphony, Grace Cathedral, the Commonwealth Club of California, and the San Francisco Ballet.
In memory of Shultz, gifts may be made to the “Charlotte Mailliard Shultz Fund for the Arts” at the San Francisco Foundation at www.sff.org
NOTE FOR ATTENDING MEDIA: All media must RSVP in advance, no later than 11am, Tuesday, March 29. Media may register by calling (415) 676-7007 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org