Charlotte Mailliard Shultz (George Shultz Wife) Biography: Wiki, Age, Career, Children, George Shultz’s Death Cause

Who is Charlotte Mailliard Shultz? Charlotte Mailliard Shultz Bio/Wiki

Charlotte Mailliard Shultz is wife of George Shultz.

She is an American heiress and socialite. She is the State of California Chief of Protocol, and the City and County of San Francisco Chief of Protocol. She was born on September 26, 1933, in Borger, Texas, U.S.


She is 87 years old.


The role of Mailliard as Protocol Chief for San Francisco was referred to by the Chronicle as the “city’s premier party-giver” Her role as Protocol Chief started as a volunteer for then-San Francisco Mayor Jack Shelley, lasting over seven mayoral administrations until the term of Mayor Frank Jordan.

A surprise party was held in San Francisco in 2003 to celebrate her work on behalf of the city.

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It was attended by baseball legend Willie Mays, Mayor Gavin Newsom, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Maria Shriver’s wife. It was revealed that the staircase will be known as the Charlotte Mailliard Shultz Staircase of San Francisco City Hall.

In 2004, she was named as the Chief of Protocol for the State of California by Governor Schwarzenegger.

Charlotte Mailliard Shultz And George Shultz

She was married to George P. Shultz, the former Secretary of State of the United States, from 1997 until his death in 2021. It was known by the New York Times as the‘ social event of the year.’

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Nancy Reagan, the then Governor of California, Pete Wilson, and Nancy Pelosi were among the guests. Her engagement ring consisted of diamonds, rubies, and sapphires.

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Despite her three marriages, Charlotte never had any children of her own.

But she became a stepmother to his five children when she married George Shultz.

George Shultz Death Cause

On February 6, 2021, at his home in Stanford, California, Schultz died at age 100. Stanford University’s Hoover Institution said in announcing his death on Saturday, “Shultz was a key player, alongside President Ronald Reagan, in changing the direction of history by using the tools of diplomacy to bring the Cold War to an end,”

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