Jeffrey Morgan Schofield

Orlando, Florida


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SCHOFIELD, JEFFREY MORGAN, 58, Maitland, FL, died May 24, 2008. Faithful son, loyal brother, loving husband, caring uncle and beloved friend, Jeff was born in San Francisco, CA, at The Presidio on September 28, 1949. He is preceded in death by his parents, Doris...

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I am sadened by the news. My sypathies to those left behind. I was looking to find Jeff to let him know that my father "Bud" Bucher has passed just a couple of weeks ago and found this. My heart is filled with some great memories of lake Maitland, the Steak House and Le Cordon Blue... I too have many memoreis of JKS..... Jeff and John always helped Dad keep me out of trouble...or did they secretly help me get into it....Anyway best wishes to you all.....

It is with deep saddness that I learn of Jeff's passing. We hadn't spoken for a while, but I thought of Jeff often and all the great times at JKS Co. The last paragraph of his obituary captures Jeff's persona perfectly. Rest in peace my friend.

I haven't seen you since our old hang out days at Harper's Tavern but I thought of you often and will miss the chance to ever see you again here on earth. I thought of you everyday when I drove past your house on my way to work. I wish I would have stopped to say hello.

jeff had been a good friend to me
for a few years,he helped me get
through tough times as i did him,
he'll be missed by all that knew him.
may he rest in peace & keep the
memories you in your heart they
will always be there.

I will miss Jeff. He was always a kind and sharing person. From American history I remember a humorist, Will Rogers, who was remembered for saying, "I never met a man I didn't like". That was Jeff Schofield.

Jeff was a pledge brother of mine at Florida Sate and a person that I always enjoyed being around because of his warm and funny outlook. I pray I will see you in heaven some day when we can be together and talk about our days at Pi Kappa Phi.

Love, "Jarat"

I spent several years (since 01/1987) with Morgan, John and Jeff in the brokerage business. Jeff was a kind and gentle man. We shared many long talks on life together especially concerning spiritual matters. I know I touched him deeply as he reflected on his life. I loved Jeff as a brother. I stayed in touch with Jeff after he left the company. However, we lost contact over the past couple of years. The passing of Jeff saddened my partners and me at Wall St Investment Managers. My heart goes...

Jeff was a great guy. I have many fond memories of times spent with him. My favorite was a trip to New Orleans with him on John's jet, when the hydraulics failed on the way back to Orlando.

I will miss my old friend.

I remember Jeff well from my days with the fraternity in Tallahassee. He was someone I looked up to as a lowly and scared freshman. My thoughts go out to his family.