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Louis Schoentag

Louis Schoentag

Tuesday, December 22nd, 1936 Saturday, April 18th, 2020

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Obituary for Louis Schoentag

Louis P. Schoentag, 83, of Enfield passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 18, 2020. Born in Springfield, MA on December 22, 1936, he was the son of the late Louis E. and Dorothy (Mumblo) Schoentag and he grew up in Enfield. He was the beloved husband of the late Sara (Donaldson) Schoentag, whom he met and fell in love with while in the Air Force and stationed in Texas. They enjoyed 49 years of marriage before her passing in 2010. Louis served in the US Air Force from 1956-1960, being honorably discharged as an Airman Second Class. He worked for Delta Industries for 30 years. Then went on to work for Home Depot for 12 years where he enjoyed helping customers with their home improvement projects. Upon retirement he volunteered at Enfield Loaves and Fishes, crafted woodworking projects that the entire family became the beneficiary, including personalized toy chests from Papa. He loved the outdoors and was active with a local hiking club and regularly walked the trails by the CT River. His children have fond memories of countless backyard picnics, camping and vacations on the beaches of Maine. His grandchildren remember him for his warm hugs and contagious smile; and all the holidays celebrated at Papa’s house. We will miss you dad!
He is survived by 2 loving daughters, Kendra Kannally of Norfolk, MA and her husband Jay Kannally and their two children, Paige and James; Jill Springer of Lebanon, CT and her husband David Springer and their daughter Rachael; his brother, Barry Schoentag of Ellington, CT.
Due to the current public health crisis, funeral services and burial with Military Honors will be held privately. Louis will be laid to rest in the Thompsonville Cemetery in Enfield. Leete-Stevens Enfield Chapels has care of arrangements. For online condolences, please visit www.leetestevens.com.
A celebration of life memorial will be announced at a later date when friends and family can gather safely. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Connecticut Forest & Park Association, ctwoodlands.org.

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Tom Berozsky

Tom Berozsky
Lou was my boss at Delta Industries and was my friend for longer that that. Had many good times at The Knights of Columbus in Somers. My wife Norma and myself will always remember these times with Sara and Lou for ever. We send our prayers and love to the family
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Joél Johnston

Kendra, Jill and family, I am so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. May your tears soon turn to smiles as memories together bring you comfort and peace in the days to come. Hugs to you all. Joél Johnston
Comment | Posted at 02:03pm via Condolence
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The Piper Family

You will live on in our hearts Louie...we will continue to share stories about all the good times our families had together. We love you!
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