Bloomfield-Cooper Jewish Chapels

2130 Highway 35, Ocean, NJ


Harold Schachter

9 May, 193615 July, 2020

Harold Schachter was born on May 9, 1936 and passed away on July 15, 2020 and is under the care of Bloomfield-Cooper Jewish Chapels.

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Harold Schachter

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alice and mike gillen

16 August 2020

Dear Davida, So very sad about Harold-His talents and accomplishments are too numerous to mention but what I shall miss most is his sense of humor. Our community has been dealt a fatal blow and it will never be as good.

Kevin Lang

13 August 2020

I just found out Harold passed away last month. It seems hard to believe. He had so much talent- he excelled at everything he did. He was a gifted orthodontist and taught me so much. My deepest condolences to Davida and the girls.

Ed Sable

23 July 2020

I know Harold at the bridge table for many tens of years! He was an excellent player and a pleasure to play with -- or against. I often saw him give constructive comments to his partner -- rather than the usual criticism. What's most important is that he was one of the great gentlemen in my bridge circles. My condolences to his family and may he rest in peace.

Marcia Jacobs

21 July 2020

Davida, my heart goes out to you and your family to hear of the loss of your dearest Harold. A Bon Vivant, Harold was intelligent, witty, a devoted thespian, and of course an expert in all his endeavors. May all your happy memories give you and your family strength . It was fun knowing him. Marcia Jacobs

bernard mechlowitz

19 July 2020

Sorry to hear about Harold. He was a gifted competitor!


18 July 2020

So sorry to lose Harold. He was a fellow bridge competitor and the best! He was also a great teacher and shared his knowledge with all. He will be missed by all of us! I hope to see you,

Hans Neuteboom

18 July 2020

Harold was a great man in more ways than one! My wife and I were able to attend the play this year at the Four Seasons and became aware of another side of him, the patient, gentle stage director!
Up to then I knew him ( last twelve years or so) as a fierce rival at the bridge table, but one who could give great advise! His smile will never be forgotten when he got one up on me in some tricky card play!

My sincere condolences to his family!

Linda Stone

17 July 2020

Hi Davida, sending my condolences to you and your family over the loss of Harold. My children notified me last night and I was so saddened. He was a wonderful person, father and friend and will be missed by all who knew him. Keeping you and your girls in my prayers. Linda

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