Thomas J. Schuchert,Jr.

February 06, 1956 - January 14, 2022

Service: Service and Interment private

Of Hampton Twp., on Friday, January 14, 2022. Born February 6, 1956, in Pittsburgh, PA. Son of the late Thomas, Sr. and Sandra Schuchert; beloved husband of 26 years to Annette Gentry Schuchert; loving father of Cassie O. Schuchert; beloved brother of Steve Schuchert (Carolyn), Dr. Barbara Clouser (Kevin), Dr. Matthew Schuchert (Dr. Rani), and Sharon Perry; also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, and his loyal Australian Shepherd. Tom was a longtime member of the Latin Mass community. The family would like to thank DCI Babcock for the love and care of Tom. Services and interment private. Arrangements by DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, INC.

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  • Sean Walsh

    Just found out the passing of the “Rock” . We graduated from the Abbey in 74′. I attendant summer school at Portsmouth Abbey in 1970. I arrived late at the Abbey and went straight to Spillman dinning hall for dinner. Several students were laughing about a student who had been sprayed by a skunk. After dinner I checked into Bennett’s dorm. I found out that student was Tom. I quit laughing when I found out Tom was assigned as my roommate. Our room stunk for weeks.

  • Tim McKenna

    I knew Tom’s brother, Steve, at Portsmouth – please accept my condolences and prayers.

  • Joe Sullivan

    Tom was my junior year roommate at Portsmouth Abbey. He was a great guy and a lot of fun. We were on the football ball team together and were in several classes , including a memorable senior year in Latin 4 . My thoughts and prayers to the family.

  • Chris Tovar

    The Lord bless you and keep you, Rock! I miss those fun times and fort-building with you in Rhode Island all those years ago.

  • Jan Schwarzenberg

    The “Rock” earned his name well, carried the ball across the goal-line every game at Portsmouth Abbey, couldn’t be stopped or tackled! Was REALLY looking forward to seeing him at our 50th next year! Sail on, Tom!

  • Barbara Kelly

    Rest in peace, Tom. I will always remember our weekends at Cook Forest, the laughs, great times and your spectacular chili. I know you’re watching over Annette and Cassie. My heart and prayers are with you all
    Barbara and Jim

  • Alice Clark

    Rest in peace, Tom. I will miss you!! You were a blessing to me on so many occasions. Much love,
    Aunt Alice


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