Shaffer, 72, George St.; Clyde, Ohio, died July 18th at Bellevue Hospital.
He was born in Toledo, Ohio, the son of George and Bess (McEwen) Shaffer and attended
Sycamore, Ohio schools.
He was employed as a press operator in the plastics department at Whirlpool Corp., Clyde
Division, retiring in 1986 after 37 years of service. He was also an avid roller
skater which he was able to enjoy late into life.
|This page is in loving memory of
our father who proudly served in the U.S.Navy as a
carpenter's mate on the USS
Nevada during World War II from 1943 to 1946.
father kept his personal life to himself until late in his life, we treasure the memories
he shared during his last couple years.
One of our most treasured memories is the day my father
shared his Navy memorabilia with us. We all learned so
much about my father that afternoon. The laughter we all shared that afternoon and
the enjoyment it gave all of us, including Dad, will be long treasured.
Our father also proudly shared his memories with
the hospital staff and roommates during his illness the last two years of life. Now,
with the wonder of the Web and scanners, a few of his memories will continue to be proudly
May he rest in peace....
Father and Daughter