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Jeffrey E. Stauffer
October 2, 1949 ~ October 25, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Jeffrey E. Stauffer
October 2, 1949- October 25, 2023
The greatest man to ever live, passed away on October 25, 2023, at his home in Massillon, Ohio. He was the world's greatest father, the most dedicated husband, and the best Paw Paw ever.
He is preceded in death by his wife, (Jacqueline Sue Stauffer) in 2020. She was literally, the love of his life. He is also preceded in death by his parents Max and Fern Stauffer, and a brother, Robert Stauffer.
After the passing of his beloved wife, he dedicated all of his love to his most precious treasure of all, his Granddaughter, Shyanne Snyder, (Munchkin). He loved her beyond words.
He left behind two children, Tephanie Stauffer of Massillon, and Traci, (Charles) Snyder, of Massillon. He called a man named Justin Swartz, his best friend. This man was more like a brother than a friend. He is survived by his three sisters, Ramona (Bob) Findley, of Massillon, Patricia (Larry) Piggott, of Tennessee, and Cindy Straight of Massillon . He is also survived by his beloved pet, Jupiter Max. They never left each other's side.
To say he was a noble man does not merely begin to describe his strength. He was honorable, the true definition of a hero. He always put his family first. The strength he possessed wasn't flashy or in your face. In many ways, he was a quiet, unassuming man. It was beneath the surface that his true principles and determination lay. He never quit, at anything, even during the toughest of times.
His sense of humor was fascinating. He could make you laugh, just like that. He could captivate a room with his jokes.
More importantly, it needs to be known that his heart was pure. These words you read will never captivate who he was. He was giving, caring , and understanding. He would literally give you the shirt off of his back and ask for nothing in return.
To know him was to love him. He was so loved and will be missed the same.
Funeral services will be private.
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