Kyle Shaffer

Died: January 21, 2016
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Kyle J. Shaffer, 27, passed away Thursday, January 21, 2016, as a result of an automobile accident. He was predeceased by his mother Jacinta Shaffer in 2012. He is survived by his father, Ed Shaffer and Linda Jenkins, Endicott; two brothers Christopher and Lea Shaffer and their son, Justin; Patrick Shaffer, Endicott and Kyle’s girlfriend Nikki Gates, Endicott; also several other extended family members. Kyle graduated from Union-Endicott High School in 2007. He has worked in many area Price Chopper Stores, and was currently the grocery manager at the Price Chopper Store in Delhi, NY. Kyle was also involved in many area bowling leagues and tournaments.

The family will receive friends at the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 East Main Street, Endicott Monday from 6-8 pm.

 

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Date: Monday, January 25, 2016

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


 

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Pam Benjamin posted on 1/22/16

I remember the first time when Kyle and I realized we were related. We hugged each other and every time after he left the Binghamton store he would stop in to say hello to everyone. I always got a hug I am going to miss him and those hugs. He was a wonderful person. I am sorry for your loss Chris, Lea and Justin and the rest of your family. Love you all Aunt Pam

 

Tim & Sheila McGovern posted on 1/24/16

The McGovern family wants to send our condolences to the Shaffer family. Kyle was a great kid. Our boys bowled with Kyle and they really enjoyed themselves. He will be missed.

 

Sheila adams posted on 1/23/16

Kyle was a great guy one of the best night managers we had. He always helped us out in Binghamton. Me and one of the other girls was pregnant around then and he always checked to make sure we where ok. He will be missed.

 

chris plummer posted on 1/23/16

many fond memories of working nites at pc 130....rest well my friend.....

 

chris plummer posted on 1/23/16

many good memories of working nights with you at pc 130.....rest well my friend......

 

Terri peters posted on 1/23/16

I'm so sorry for the loss of such a great guy. Can't wrap my head around it. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Cindy Lee posted on 1/23/16

Ed, Linda, Chris, Pat and families our deepest sympathy for what you all are enduring at this time, there are no easy words and I only hope with time you find the strength to get through this tragedy! Cherish the memories as I know we will of him growing up in the bowling center, he was a joy and a very respectful young man, he always made us chuckle, may he watch over us now!! God Bless!!! Cindy, Mike and Ideal Bowling Center Family❤️

 

Sheila Adams posted on 1/23/16

Kyle was one of the greatest night managers we had in Binghamton. He was always helpful when we had something go wrong. Everyone loved him at our store and when he left we where all sad to see him go. He will be missed by all who knew him. He was a great guy and great worker.

 

Randy Crooks posted on 1/23/16

Kyle was a great guy. I have not seen him in the past few years, but i grew up with his brother chris and himself. He was a great guy, great bowler and loved by many. I remember bowling for UE and helping kyle along the way. He will be greatly missed by many. Until we meet again my friend

 

myra and gene thomas........... posted on 1/23/16

kyle we didnt get to see you because of our distance but o lot when you were small...such a here to justin..hard for little guys to understand......you will be missed,,,,heres hoping your reunion with mom was amazing and the rest of your family...........love to you kyle aunt myra and uncle gene

 

Christopher Hopkins posted on 1/22/16

No words can say how deeply I feel

 

Ron DeHaas posted on 1/22/16

I'm very sad to hear of his passing. I very much enjoyed our times together durring the UE bowling years.He truly loved the game and was a great team player. We talked many times when he was working at PC Endicott, and had great conversations. I will keep the memories close.

 

Kelli Cruise posted on 1/22/16

Kyle was a great guy, he will be dearly missed. Prayers for is family.

 

Nancy Buchler posted on 1/22/16

Remember him and his brothers always playing with our kids Chad and Brenda. He was a really good kid and will be greatly missed

 

Ken Doolittle posted on 1/22/16

I remember you as being a friendly, happy and out going individual. The youngest of 3 boys, you always had to work hard for what you got! Also, you were one heck of a bowler! I only wish that we could spend more time together. I love you and I will never forget you. Uncle Ken,Aunt Peggy and Kenneth

 

Daniel Nichols posted on 1/25/16

Kyle will be greatly missed by many and certainly his Price Chopper family. He was a hard worker with a great spirit and such a joy to know him. I am glad I was able to know him and that our paths crossed. He left us too soon. May God bless his family and be with them each and every day.

 

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