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Leonard F. Schaffer Sr.
In Loving Memory
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Born:June 16, 1924
Clarksfield, Ohio
Died:December 18, 2003
Lorain, Ohio

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Leonard was a resident of LorainOh, for 57years coming here in 1946. He served in the U.S. Army during World War(2) fighting in the infantry, adn he was also a Miltary Police Officer in North Africa, Sicily,Italy. Later on in life he was employed as a truck driver for American Ship Building Co. of Lorain and 84 Lumber Co years later. He was also a member of Amvets Post 47 In Lorain. Leonard also built his own home and loved his garden. He was married to Clara I. Schaffer (nee Wilber) for 57 beautiful years.Together they had 12 Children 6 boys and 6 girls, they also had 20 Grandchildren and 33 Great Grandchildren

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He Is Not Gone
Ease your grief, he is not gone, For in your heart he will linger on. His smile, his laugh, his special ways. Will comfort you from day to day. You'll feel his presence in the breeze, that gently dances through the trees, and its his face you will see when were all in need of company. At anytime you can recall the love we shared, you have saved it all. And in time more than anything we will all find peace in Remembering!

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Some people only dream of Angels we got to love one.
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It's better to have loved him, and lost him than
to never loved him at all!

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