Age 57, of Lansing, passed away June 24, 2011. He was born in Lansing on August 24, 1953 the son of Wilford and Virginia Schafer.

There will be no service.

You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

3 Messages to “Darrel J. Schafer”

  1. 3
    Jamie Peterson Says:

    Met Darrel thru an old girlfriend of his (Betty) & we became friends almost immediately. He always carried a smile & could make you laugh for no reason at all. We shared a lot of fun times out in East Lansing when he lived out here and he became a really good friend to my brother in law Steve Murray who has since passed as well. I know they are happy to be together again & u will truly be missed my friend.

  2. 2
    mike root 5176680736 Says:

    i lived in the woods with darrel for almost 10 yrs.he was a good man and a good friend.when i finally found a home for myself,i went back several times trying to get him to join me.he was never interested.darrel loved to read his books,baseball,and never tired of a good laugh.i loved him very much,i stopped by to see him last summer,we shared some beer and told old stories and joked for hours.he was my brother and my friend and man will he be missed.my deepest sympathies to his family.virginia,darrel loved you very much and loved to tell stories about growing up with his family.may god be with you brother and i’m thankful you finally got out of the woods,although i’m sorry it took this for it to happen.love ya bro,god bless and see ya on the other side,just like we allways talked about!

  3. 1
    Lisa Roberts Says:

    I haven’t seen Darrel in years but remember the fond memories from my childhood growing up down the street from him. Virginia babysat a bunch of the neighborhood kids and living in the “country” was a great place to be. Also, he and I were in a group of kids that hung around together in high school. I saw his mother Virginia several years ago and we reminisced about the “good old days”. I’m so sorry to hear about his passing. May God bless him.

Please Sign the Guestbook.

*