Serving in the United States. Army Counter-Intelligence Corps during World World War II, he later became an attorney, opening a general practice in Findlay. When incumbent Representative Ralph Cole was appointed to a judicial seat for the state Court of Appeals, Schuck was appointed to replace him. When redistricting occurred in 1973, Schuck"s district was eliminated, and after two terms, he left office.
After leaving the legislature, Schuck went on to serve as city prosecutor along with returning to private practice.
He retired in 1994, after over forty years of practice. He died in 2003.