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Eric Schaffer

Eric W. Schaffer

October 2, 1973 - April 8, 2020
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Obituary

Eric W. Schaffer, 46, passed away on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, in his Reading home. Born in Philadelphia, he was a son of William and Mary Ellen (Dougherty) Schaffer, and the loving husband of Stephanie (Dutka) Schaffer.

Eric was one of the hardest workers you would ever met, and helped everyone and anyone he could, from auctioneers to construction workers, to every friend in need. He literally would give you the shirt off his back.

Eric had a heart of gold, deeply loving his wife and kids. A true Philadelphian, he also loved all of the hometown teams: the Phillies, Eagles, Sixers and Flyers. Some of his best times were when he would drive around in his car, taking people new places and experiencing new things.

In addition to his wife, Eric is survived by his children: daughters Erica and Mary, and sons Nathaniel, Eric Jr., Jacob and Kaleb. Also surviving are his “big brothers”: Joey, Bobby, Billy and David, and his step-brother Matthew.

A celebration of Eric’s life will be held at a later date. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc., West Reading, is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be expressed at www.kuhnfuneralhomes.com
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Stephanie Dutka

Posted at 02:33am
Eric Schaffer was my husband my soulmate my best friend he kept me out of trouble I am his wife stephanie schaffer I miss him so much and I love him and I will always love him we got together back in 2007 on April 25th 2010 we got married we where together for 13 years always together never apart I am going to miss him and love him so to my soulmate R.I.P now you are up there with your mom and dad

Tony Carman

Posted at 05:20pm
eric was family and a great heart he had.hard to believe he is no longer with us but know he is in peace.we have had are talks and they were always positive tips on life and so on.Love you cuz and you will always be here in heart and soul.you are missed by many and we wont forget your legacy.R.I.P family

Kevin Smith Sr.

Posted at 12:31pm
We first met in 1978 and became family with your family. I remember wrestleing with you all when you were young and have stayed in touch with you since. R.I.P. My brother.
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Bonnie

Posted at 10:27pm
I met Eric a few years ago and he was a great guy. He helped me out fixing my bike when the chain came off and he would tell me I had it in the wrong gear that is why the chain kept coming off. Always a fun guy to be around. He will be surely missed. May you RIP my dear friend. From Bonnie Hansen
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