January 14, 1960 - October 11, 2003
age 43 of Durham, NC. formerly of Poughkeepsie, NY and Ross Twp, died on Sat. 10-11-03 in Durham, NC. He was born in Ft. Meade, MD on 1-14-60 son of William J and Jean Walkauskas. David was a 1978 graduate of North Hills High School and earned his Bachelors degree at IUP in computer science in 1982. David went on to earn his masters degree at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY, and was employed by IBM for 20 years.
In addition to his parents, David is survived by one brother, William J. Schoentag and his wife Diane of Butler and one sister, Carol-Lynn Schoentag of France. Uncle of Jared, Eva, Barbara, and Cathy. God Son of Alice and Walter Martin of Florida. Nephew of Annabell Geibel, Jean Fusko, Frank Schoentag and John Walkauskas.
Preceded in death by a sister, Barbara Lynn Schoentag.
Visitation Thursday 7-9PM and Friday 2-9PM at Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Highway, Ross Twp. Where a blessing service will be held Sat at 10:00 AM.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to
Dr. Howard E. Tompkins Scholarship Fund
C/O IUP University Computer Science Dept
B. Sutton Hall 301
Indiana, PA 15705
Dave, we all miss you as a great team member.
May God bless your heart.
Our heart felt sorrows and condolence to family members.
Bipin, Karthik, Nandita.
Please accept my deepest sympathies. He was a beautiful person, a good friend, always ready to help people. I wished I had met a lot earlier in my life. He is in Heavens where all good people go.
God Bless him!
Mrs Schoentag and family,
Please accept my condolences on the loss of your son David. I have been working with Dave as his project manager for nearly 4 years and have always known him to be a loving, caring, and generous person. Please find comfort in knowing that your love for Dave shown through to those of us who knew him and saw him living out your example daily. Dave is already being missed, but I know that the light he caused to shine when he was near will continue to burn in our hearts. He’s now at peace where he rests.
My deepest sympathy in your time of need. Dave was a very close friend and will be missed greatly!
I want to send my condolences to David Schoentag’s family and friends. I worked closely with David in his current position on the SAP Fulfillment team. David was always upbeat and brought a smile to your face no matter, even when things were not going well with either him or yourself. He always took the time to recognize your work with giving just simple gifts that made you smile and feel appreciated. He also had the best supply of chocolate that was readily available and which he would never accept donations for. I will miss David very much.