William E. Schemel

Mt. Ephraim, New Jersey

Dec 22, 1925 – Jan 2, 2018 (Age 92)


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William E. SchemelMt. Ephraim - William E. Schemel "BILL" passed away peacefully at home on January 2, 2018, Age 92, of Mt. Ephraim, NJ. Beloved Husband of Peggy (nee Herman) Schemel. Devoted Father of Kathy (Tom) Taraschi, Sue (Mike) Carrocino & Dawne (Matt) Johnson. Loving Grandfather of...

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Love to the entire Schemel family. Uncle Bill was highly admired and will be sorely missed. A great role model, great Uncle, Husband, Father, Father-in-Law, Grandfather, Brother, Son, Sportsman, Motorcyclist, Club Member and Leader, and Artist.

Such beautiful testimonials and community outpouring of Love at the Memorial Service.

Such great memories, A Life Well Lived.

a good life well lived
shared with friends and family
twinkled in his eyes

Dear Kathy, Tom, Sue, & Dawn,

Sorry to learn of your loss. Please know that we are thinking of you during this difficult time and that you have friends that care.

Bill was a dear fiend to me and my family and was one of the most energetic and helpful people I have ever met.

All of us can only hope to live as long as Bill and to stay as active as he did in the pursuit of his love of everything in the outdoors.

Sometimes it seemed to me that Bill was able to live three lifetimes. I could listen to his enduro riding stories for hours about his races through the Pines in the 1940's on full sized Harley-Davidsons. Then he could...

I want to offer my condolences to Peg, Kathy, Sue, and Dawne.

Bill was a special person. He was a good neighbor to our family and spent countless hours fishing and hunting with my father through the years. Bill dedicated many years of service to the Square Circle Sportsman's Club as the club historian, photographer, part of the over the hill gang, and he wrote many articles in the Club's publications. The Club has Bill to thank for the Nature Trail. He donated his time,...

Hunting with Bill for the last 35 years with Retreat Gun Club was a pleasure. He will be missed by many good friends. Hunting season will not be the same without Bill. Thoughts and prayers to his wife and family.