River Cities Funeral Chapel: View Obituary
Posted on 10/22/2021
|Warren Earl Schoberth
July 3, 1993 – October 4, 2021
West Sacramento, CA – Beloved father, husband, brother, son, uncle, cousin, and friend to many.
Survived by his wife Heather C. Schoberth, daughter Layla R. Schoberth, son Liam R. Schoberth, Father Rodney E. Schoberth, Mother Jennifer M. Souza, and numerous grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins as well as his step-family – Stepfather Robert J. Souza, Stepmother Wendy Schoberth, stepbrother Justin Hopper and stepsister Ashley Hopper.
Warren was an extraordinary person, both as a devoted father and as an avid nature enthusiast. From hiking Half Dome in Yosemite National park to being married beneath the great pines in Lake Tahoe, Warren was always drawn to the wonders of nature. Even as a child, Warren was awarded first place for having caught the biggest fish in a fishing contest for a local Rotary Club tournament.
At an early age, he had expressed his affection for music, but it wasn't until high school when he learned to play bass guitar and met a group of young men with the same musical dream. They created the band ‘Charges Pending' and performed locally until the band members embarked on their own journeys and the band split. Warren continued playing, writing, and singing. He would always grab a microphone at every karaoke opportunity and worked very hard at developing his vocal craft.
Warren's imagination and creativity not only drove his love for music but also his 2 true passions – Writing stories and conducting Dungeons and Dragons role playing games. Warren would frequently organize and/or attend D&D matches as the ‘Dungeon Master'. His creative way of manipulating the character and player experience made for an exciting evening with friends and family.
His beautiful and infectious smile will be sorely missed by the folks he worked with at TMC Construction. Although he only worked there for a short period of time, he developed many personal and professional relationships with his upbeat personality and hard-working nature. Along with TMC Construction, Warren also shared his positivity for Raley's (West Sacramento) and the Department of Veterans Affairs in Mather, CA.
Warren always treasured his time with family, specifically his two beautiful young children. He was seen many times, staring at them, and smiling in silence as he watched them grow and learn. His excitement over their first steps or first words was truly magical. They will always be his most precious achievement - his legacy lives on.
He was truly loved, respected, and will be truly missed.
A Funeral / Celebration of Life is scheduled for 1:00 pm on October 30, 2021 at River Cities Funeral Chapel, 910 Soule Street, West Sacramento, CA 95691|