Mr. Al J. Schomber
- December 19, 1935 - January 28, 2012
- Houston, Texas
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Houston, TX 77034
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Memories & Candles
So glad to have spent the evening with Al and Annetta at our Reunion a couple of years ago. It was a treat after more than 50 years to see what a successful adult Al had become, and to meet his love, Annetta. Annetta, I know how you will miss him!
Posted by: Jerry Greenwood - Milam, TX - High School Classmate Mar 16, 2012
I first met Coach Schomber & family when Lil Al & I were in kindergarten together. We went through Green Valley, NSJH, & NSSH together. we had some good times together. We played Little League baseball together, & Coach came to our rescue when we were in bad need of a "good" coach. I have nothing but wonderful memories of Coach & his family. He was a great role model. Toded Layne, NSSH, Class of 1982.
Posted by: Todd Layne - Houston, TX - Friend Feb 03, 2012
Condolences to the family. May he rest in peace!
He has finally met his Father!
Posted by: Bishop Martin J Hill, DD - San Diego, CA - Brother Feb 01, 2012
Our sincere condolences to all the family.
Posted by: Elizabeth Cabrera Kierstead - Bryan , TX - MB Smiley High Class '76 Feb 01, 2012
The hardest but most admired coach we ever had. He was able to take his basketball players to a different level. After my two years with him, the game would never be the same. He brought smart, fast, discipline to the floor. Gone but not forgotten. "Against the wall"!
Posted by: Fred & Lawrence Newton - Chattanooga, TN - student Jan 31, 2012
He taught me a lot of things about life and basketball. He will be missed.
Posted by: Dan Griffin - Tampa, FL - Coach and teacher. Jan 31, 2012
In our thoughts and prayers
Posted by: David Blackburn - Buffalo, TX - Student MB Smiley Jan 31, 2012
A great man and coach
Posted by: Curtis Kindred - Humble, TX - Football coach Jan 31, 2012
Was a tremendous teacher, coach, friend and opponent. The most difficult times I ever faced as a coach was against him and that godawful 2-3 zone he used to play. RIP coach.
Posted by: Larry Brandt - Leagye City, TX - Former player, later friend Jan 31, 2012
Coach Schomber taught me history and my first football coach in the 7th grade. He taught me a lot about life and leadership in class and on the football feild. I still use what he taught me today in my career. He was a very good person and will be missed.
Posted by: Gordon Jones - baytown, TX - Student Jan 31, 2012