Tarleton Schuyler Towing firm official

October 03, 1990

Services for Tarleton A. Schuyler, retired vice president of the Curtis Bay Towing Co., will be held at 1 p.m. today at the First Baptist Church of Norfolk, Va.

Mr. Schuyler, who was 74 and lived in Virginia Beach, died Monday at a hospital there after a long illness.

He started with the towing company in 1941 as a deck hand on a tug and retired in 1981 as vice president in charge of its operations in the Norfolk area, to which he had been transferred in 1957.

A Baltimore native and a graduate of City College, he had been active in maritime groups in Norfolk and had been a member of the Propeller Club in Baltimore.

He had been a member of the Union Lodge of the Masons, the Scottish Rite and Boumi Temple in Baltimore and the Khedive Temple in Norfolk. A former international president of the Cosmopolitan Clubs, he was a founder of the Diabetic Center of Norfolk, a research facility.

After the death of his first wife, Dorothy Schuyler, he married the former Sandra Dolly, who survives him in addition to two daughters, a stepdaughter, a stepson, a brother and six grandchildren.

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