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Daniel V. Schaffer, 21, of Bradenton, FL passed away July 21, 2019.
Dan is survived by his parents; Stephen and Jennifer Schaffer, and siblings; Brendan Schaffer, Ryan Schaffer, Tori Schaffer, and Joseph Schaffer.
He is also survived by his Grandparents; Dennis and rita Schaffer and Dolores Clarke. He is survived by his Aunts and Uncles; Michael and Patrice Schaffer, Tim and Debbie Schaffer, Denise and Tim Farrell, Tom and Crystal Schaffer, and David Schaffer, Lisa Schaffer, Kathleen and Vinny Anderson, Roger Clarke, and Bernadette Clarke. As well as by Sister-In-Law Kathryn Terrezza. His Cousins; Heather Schaffer, Katey Schaffer, Maggie Schaffer, Nicole and Jason Zatorski, Steven Schaffer, James Farrell, Christopher and Rachel Farrell, Emma Farrell, Martha Farrell, Theresa Farrell, John Farrell, and Olivia Farrell, Calvin Schaffer, Nolan Schaffer, Brett Schaffer, Jessica Schaffer, and Lindsay Schaffer, Abbey Munro, Delanie Munro and Zach Clarke, and Aiden Clarke.
As well as by his God-Parents Kathleen Anderson and Tim Schaffer, family friends Jill and Tom Taylor ,and many many extended family members.
He leaves behind his sweet Girlfriend Brooke Williams Brown. He is survived by his large circle of friends including by not limited to; Justin Lewis, Charlie Seargent, Tim Drevitch, Kevin Drevitch, and Thomas Chaballa.
He is predeceased by his Grandfather Roger Clarke and Aunt Kristen Clarke.
Dan loved his job and he thought the world of his co-workers. He played many sports including hockey, soccer (goalie), and lacrosse. If he wasn't spending time with his family and friends or playing sports you could find him enjoying his favorite hobby, fishing.
He loved all things silly. His smile and laughter could light up the room no matter where he went. He had eyes like ice but he had one of the warmest and biggest hearts you could ever find. He was always there to give and helping hand regardless of the time.
Danny Boy "DB" may you rest in peace.
Since the loss of you, I've learned to live for each day and take it as a blessing, knowing it may not always be this way. Since the loss of you, I've learned that when everything goes wrong to never give up on what is right, because it can only make you strong. Since the loss of you, I've learned that even when you're in a lot of pain you've got to hold yourself together, so you won't feel like your going insane. Since the loss of you, I've learned how to hold the tears when I want to cry, because all i have is memories and just want to ask God why. But mostly, since the lost of you, I've learned a life can be taken in the blink of an eye and only Heaven really knows when that person will have to say Goodbye.
-Contributed by: Dale Miller