Charles Schneider

Funeral Service

12:30 pm
Tuesday, December 21, 2021
Emanuel Cemetery
430 S. Quebec Street
Denver, Colorado, United States

Obituary of Charles Schneider

Charles Schneider, age 64, of Denver, CO, passed away Friday, December 17th, 2021, in Nashville, TN. He is survived by his children Alyssa & Mia Schneider; Wife, Tracey Schneider; Sister Sylvia Schneider and Brother, Andrew Schneider. Preceding him in death was his father, Stanley Schneider & mother, Natalie Schneider.

Charlie grew up in Broomall, PA, and held a Bachelor of Science Degree at Drexel University in Accounting & Finance and an MBA in Operations & Strategy from New York University.

Charlie was an extraordinary man; he was passionate and successful in all his endeavors. Charlie was formerly a Vice President with MDC Holdings, COO with eCollege, Senior Vice President of Oracle Corporation, and a Principal with Booze Allen & Hamilton. At heart, Charlie was an entrepreneur, inventor, and a meticulously passionate pilot. Most recently, Charlie founded Builder Sourcing LLC, a professional services and systems firm that works with home builders & suppliers, and co-founded MyGoFlight, a company driven to make aviation safer and solve problems that enhance airplanes, avionics technology, and the journey itself.

Charlie had a personality that was larger than life. He was adventurous, generous, and inclusive. He celebrated trips and invited friends and family to travel and share incredible and memorable experiences. Charlie had a sense of humor that was as big as his heart. He touched the lives of so many people and was tragically taken from us too soon. The world has lost a great man, but he will be honored and celebrated in our memories for a lifetime.

Funeral Service, Tuesday, 12/21/21 at 12:30PM, Emanuel Cemetery (within Fairmount), Masks are required. Livestream available on Feldman Mortuary's YouTube Channel by clicking this link at the time of the service- 

Memorial contributions may be made to the Corporate Angel Network

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