Clarence Walter Schoenvogel, Jr.
March 10, 1954
July 23, 2017
Please accept my sincerest sympathies on Walt’s passing. It was indeed a shock to read of it in Deerfield’s alumni magazine and note how soon it happened after enjoying his company and ever warm spirit at our 45th reunion. He will be sadly missed by all of his classmates. In memory of a kind soul.
I was stalking old Deerfield buddies online recently in a fit of nostalgia when I found out about Walt. I'm so sorry for your loss and, selfishly, for mine, too. It broke my heart to learn of his death.
Walt was a great guy and a wonderful friend, always up for a good time. I remember him as relaxed and easy-going, funny, bright, and with a creative streak that expressed itself in all kinds of entertaining ways.
In our senior year, 1972, there was a group of us, 4-5 guys, who spent most of our down time together. We mostly hung out in Walt's room. Without anyone saying anything, it was kind of understood that he was the leader of the gang -- Top Cat. So many good times and happy memories at Deerfield include Walt.
My condolences to all his family. You and the world have lost someone special.
Lake Oswego, OR
It was with shock and sadness that I heard of the passing of Mr. Schoenvogel. I had only recently met him, and he was very kind, respectful, and honest. It was a pleasure to be in a business relationship with Walt and his companies. Please know that my thoughts are with his family and associates during this time, and I send blessings and wishes of comfort to them.
Los Angeles, CA
So sorry about Walt. I recall working with him on your house and many other projects. He will be missed by all of us.
Jim and Diana Evans
He was a wonderful person taken much too soon.
So sorry for your loss.
Linda (Reddehase) Borgstedte
Linda (Reddehase) and Ted Borgstedte
LA GRANGE, TX
To Charlyn,Sally and Trey,
I grew up w/ your Dad, and Aunt Sarah. We used to take swimming lessons way out in the Bottom Area of the cotton fields of Washington County. Our Mothers would car pool us to Mamie Baker's house in between Brenham and College Station. We took lessons from Coach Weeter who was the swimming Coach from A & M. He was a tough old man and we didn't like him much, but we all learned to swim really well! No matter what happened, Walt was always smiling! He had that, "roll w/ the punches personality"! We met up again in his Freshman yr. of BHS. on the tennis team and had fun at our practices. Walt turned into a wonderful man, father, husband and friend, and I am sorry that he passed so young. May he rest in peace and may light perpetual shine on him and all of the departed Saints now and forever more.
I am so saddened to hear of Walt's passing. Please accept my deepest sympathies.
Charlyn, I will be praying for peace and comfort for you and your family during this difficult time and in time to come.
Verlyn Kalbow Redden
Charlyn, I am so sorry to hear about Walt!! My heart and prayers are with you and your family in this time of sorrow. May you find comfort in your precious memories.
Love you, Debi
Debi Devine Schneider
I am so sorry for your loss. Cherish your memories.
Shirley Schulz Moehlmann
Charlyn & Family:
Praying for you and your family during this difficult time.
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