Morton
Schuster, Morton, a 46 year resident of Torrance, passed away on Saturday, July 2, 2011. Born in Chicago, IL, Morton was 77 when he died. Mort was an avid outdoorsman and Harley Davidson enthusiast. Morton is survived by wife, Reva Schuster of Torrance, CA; daughter, Debra (Omar) Chaves of Torrance, CA; son, Scott Schuster of Torrance, CA; brother Jerry Schuster of Chino, CA; and grandchildren, Jill, Sarah, and Aaron Schuster and Danielle Chaves. He was preceded in death by parents, Anne and Arthur Schuster. The Memorial Service will be held at Rice Mortuary on Thursday, July 7, 2011 at 6:00 pm. A reception will follow in Rice's Lighthouse Reception Room until 9:00 pm.

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  1. I will miss your hugs & stories when you came into my work at Calif HD. When I get that ’48 Plymouth running I will be thinking of you. May you rest in peace my friend.

  2. Reva, Will remember our good times together ALASKA and dinners together,the Train Ride to San Diego and mostly being friends and now we want to continue our friendship with you. Luv Ann & Bill

  3. While our thoughts and prayers are with all of you, it is with great fondness that our memories are with Mort. He has gone the way of all good men; may he find peace in a heaven filled with Harley’s, pick-up trucks, and an open road and may you find peace within, knowing that he’s there.

  4. Scott, Reva, Debbie and Families, I was very saddened to hear the news of Mort’s passing. I was fortunate to have had stopped and visited the last couple of times I was down south. I was hoping you guys could have made a bike trip up here one day. It is hard to believe that it has been almost 35 years since I started hanging out in your garage, visiting the hardware store when I worked at the paper in Monterey Park, as well as two businesses ago. Mort was always willing to lend a helping hand and his opinion on the project. He will be missed by many. My family’s prayers are with you all and with Mort. Joe

  5. Scott, Reva, Debbie and Families, I was very saddened to hear the news of Mort’s passing. I was fortunate to have had stopped and visited the last couple of times I was down south. I was hoping you guys could have made a bike trip up here one day. It is hard to believe that it has been almost 35 years since I started hanging out in your garage, visiting the hardware store when I worked at the paper in Monterey Park, as well as two businesses ago. Mort was always willing to lend a helping hand and his opinion on the project. He will be missed by many. My family’s prayers are with you all and with Mort. Joe

  6. Reva,Debra,Scott and Family, I am sorry for your lost, and that I could not be there with you all. While growning up you all became by second family. I have not seen Mort in some time but will always remember him as my second father. My love and prays go out to you all. Love You Guys.

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