In loving memory of

Thomas "Tom" E. Schonewolf
February 8, 1981 - July 21, 2021

Thomas E. "Tom" Schonewolf, on July 21, 2021, of Delran, formerly of Maple Shade. Age 40.

Beloved father of Cailin Eva Schonewolf. Loving son of Jacqueline Kelly and the late Edward. Mother of his child, Heather Bishop. Dear brother of Danielle Ferroni, Dina Ferroni, Deidri Schonewolf, and Desiree Schonewolf. Proud uncle of Janee Sewell. Nephew of JoAnne Stott. Cousin of William and Franky.

Tom was an avid sports lover. When he wasn't in the outdoors fishing or camping, you could find him in front of a TV cheering on the Phillies, Braves, and Eagles. He had a passion for cooking and a drive that allowed him to lead in any kitchen that he worked for. Tom also loved music, especially artists like Tool, Led Zepplin, Sublime, and Slipknot. He loved his niece, Janee as his own, and doted on his "awesome" daughter, Cailin every chance that he could.

Services and interment are private.

Donations may be made in Tom's memory to Wolf Sanctuary of PA, 465 Speedwell Forge Road, Lilitz, PA 17543, (717)626-4617 or by visiting


Dina Ferroni wrote on Aug 3, 2021:

"My heart is completely shattered over losing you Tom. I will miss your infectious smile and big bear hugs every time I saw you. All I have now are our memories and my favorite was hanging out having beers watching the Eagles game. I hope you found TERD up there in Paradise and the two of you are hanging out by a lake somewhere. I will miss and love you always until I see you again. I LOVE YOU ??"

Jackie kelly wrote on Jul 29, 2021:

"My son Tommy I love you more than words can say. I will miss you every day of my life.Ypur smile lit up a room, you presence filled the room with your personality and silliness .Your natural kindness for other people and I know that first hand when you went down to the lake in the woods with Cailin and Janee, clearing 10 feet of that lake of stones. rocks and seaweed so they not feel I ky or walk on rocks. Jumping off of a cliff making sure nothing was under the water to land on when you all jumped in. How excited you were going in the the woods camping and getting ready to go making sure you had your campfire scary stories book to read to them while they were roasting marshmallows . Most of all I'll miss your bear hugs when I saw you. You will be missed my love Till we meet again my beautiful son "

Carol A Chrzanowski wrote on Jul 29, 2021:

"I watched him grow up with my boys. This a very sad day to hear of his passing. My heart and love go out to all the family. Carol Chrzanowski"

Deidri c schonewolf wrote on Jul 27, 2021:

"Tom i miss you , you were a Shonewolf for sure life of the party .your personality lit up the room you had a way of making everyone laugh your sense of humor is unforgettable like you . ..Your heart was so BIG.. And one day we will meet again Tom . RIP your always in my Heart .. "

Jeanette Clemens Bohem wrote on Jul 27, 2021:

"Chief, your candle will forever burn bright. You always had the most infectious smile. When you laughed, it made me smile no matter what was going on at the time. We spent so much time together, and I will forever cherish every moment. We went through so much together. I believe that you captured my heart the moment we met. Though we parted ways, our paths kept crossing. We were meant to be in each others lives. We got each other through some pretty rough times. I was always in your corner to cheer you on, and so proud of every accomplishment you made. I wrote a message to you today, before I found out that you left this life for a better one. My heart stopped, then shattered. You will always be in my heart and memories, but I wish you could have stayed longer. Fly high with the angels my friend. You are loved and missed by so many. You are now free to be everything you ever dreamed of. When I look up into the big Texas skies, I know that you will be one of the stars that burn bright. Probably a twinkling star for that mischievous side of yourself. I will see you again. May you rest in peace.?"