Harry Schoenfeld was a fun-loving man who made a lasting impression on everyone he met. Loved by many and often referred to as 'The Mister', Harry attended Columbia University College of Pharmacy and spent his career as a Pharmacist until retiring at age 70. A Co-Capitan of Columbia's Pharmacy College basketball team, avid reader and world traveler, Harry always had many stories to share about his wonderful life with family and friends. He was a loving, thoughtful husband and great teacher/friend to his grandchildren. 'Gramps' as he was often called was adored by each of them in a very special way. A light dimmed in our lives on April 28th with Harry's passing but his beautiful soul will continue to shine within our hearts forever! Until we meet again, tohdaloo 'H'... Harry Schoenfeld is survived by his loving wife, Patricia, children, Andrew, Jennifer (Tom) & Christopher, grandchildren, Kevin, Jillian, Ashley, Bridget & Jessica with Pups, Fletcher, Sophia, Lucky, Lola & Jasmine.

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  1. Val and I were deeply moved by the ceremony honoring Harry a friend and traveling companion for so many years. We were so impressed with the stories and tears of all who loved him. I will always remember our trip to Tuscany when all the kids were so young and we had so much fun. Harry was always the life of the party. He knew how to live and all he met loved him. He made Val feel very comfortable from their first meeting. That was Harry. Always smiling with a story for all. We miss him and will never forget HARRY THE DOC THE MISTER! Love,Val & Jeri

  2. I am now 74 years old. When I was a teenager, I worked in the neighborhood pharmacy where Harry worked as a relief pharmacist. He was a wonderful mentor to me and largely due to his influence, I too attended Columbia University College of Pharmacy graduating in 1966. He made a big impact on my life and I just this day thought about him and was so sorry to learn of his passing. He will always be remembered by me for his kind teaching and friendship. RIP Harry – and thank you.

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