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August 17, 2018

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November 13, 2017
To the lovely Shoenfeldt Family,

I'm so sorry for your loss. I miss the late night door bell rings to drop off a check and share a few kind words. He and David both grew up in Cleveland and they are both gone. But many wonderful memories live on. My sincere condolences at this sad time.
Linda Weingart
November 5, 2017
It's so hard to think of Chuck as having passed on. He was always so full of life, laughter and usually a joke or two. I'm probably his oldest (long standing) friend. We met in high school having the same home room and were close friends soon after. Even back then, Chuck demonstrated his sense of humor - baking chocolate chip cookies but replacing the chips with black peppers in the biggest cookie. We went on to be roommates at Carnegie Tech, where he studied math. He was obviously very bright having got an 800 on his math SATs and managed to beat me on exams even when he didn't study. We both worked out in California for a summer at the Naval Civil Engineering Lab where we got to live on the beach in Oxnard and enjoy the California life. Chuck then worked on a PhD in statistics, but managed to pick an unbelievably (impossible) tough topic and never finished. He could have changed topics, but he never did - totally resolute that he would one day solve it. Never did, but went on for a short time and taught at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. I'm sure he was a very good teacher because he was always so organized and could always explain things so well. But he left teaching after a few years and went into business reselling equipment in the food industry. He loved doing it and loved the art of the deal. I'm confident he was good at what he did and in a world where there are lots of unscrupulous players, there is no doubt he was always as good as his word. I can't imagine anybody in business more honest than Chuck. He was an all around great guy. The one thing that meant most to him in life were his kids and grandkids. There was never a conversation with him where he didn't have some cute anecdote about their lives. He was so proud of all of them - and rightly so! I'll miss him a lot!!