Stuart Burnard Schorr, Sr.

Born: Mon., Oct. 4, 1937
Died: Sat., Dec. 14, 2019

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Passed in peace on Saturday, December 14, 2019 at the age of 82.  Stuart was born in Baltimore, Maryland on October 4, 1937.  He was a carpenter and an electrician who loved working outdoors.  He often coached his sons on the baseball field and attended many of their sporting events as they got older. Gardening and horses were his passion.  He enjoyed working on puzzles and spending time with his friends and family.  Stuart is preceded in death by his parents, Gertrude C. Thompson and Richard B. Schorr and his sister Francis Shepherd,  He is survived by his five sons, Stuart Schorr, Jr., (Cheryl), Steven Schorr, Scott Schorr, Shane Schorr, and Wade Schorr (Susan); his 10 grandchildren, Brittany, Kayleigh, Steffennee (Matt Jones), Samantha (Mike Fisher), Joshua (Amber Schorr), Ben, Sarah, Alexandra (Josh Brooks), Sydnee, and Taylor.  His 10 great grandchildren, Kaylyn, Olivia, Riley, and Anna Jones, Garland and Grayson Fisher, Aubrianna, Jeremiah and Emily Schorr, and Joshua Slaughter (Alexandra).  In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Talbot Hospice. Memorial services to be announced.

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Diane Stinchcomb
   Posted Fri December 20, 2019
Stuart, Steven, Scott, Shane, and Wade, my deepest condolences on the loss of your wonderful father. You were truly graced with a Dad who loved you so much and invested so much time to support your interests. Everyone in Severn was in awe of how hard he worked to raise amazing sons. I will remember him at your baseball games where he tried to seem sort of gruff to keep 5 boys in line, but it was evident he was a big softie at heart and wore his love for you “on his sleeve.” Please know your Dad, although gone from this earthly life, lives on in the memories of those fortunate enough to have known him. Godspeed Mr. Schorr, and love to the Schorr family as you grieve the loss of a father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.

Allan Sttevenson
   Posted Fri January 03, 2020
Although I had not seen "Mr. Stuart" in several decades, the news of his passing evoked memories of one of the finest men Severn ever produced. He was a man of quiet strength and integrity who demonstrated the virtue of working hard on a daily basis. Always quick to smile, his kind and gentle nature were inspiring. I would bet that he was second to none in stuffing the mouths of grandchildren and great-grandchildren with M&Ms to the delight of both. May your many memories of this wonderful man ease the pain of your loss.

Allan Stevenson
Centreville, MD

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