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In Loving Memory of Michael Frank Schaffer

Details about the Shiva in Memory of Michael Frank Schaffer are listed below, along with ways to support the family during their time of need. Sol Levinson & Bros together with help you contribute directly to the family. In partnership with, find comprehensive information and guidance about shiva and Jewish mourning.

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Michael Frank Schaffer Shiva Contribution




Michael Frank Schaffer, 30, of Westminster, Maryland, passed away on Thursday, September 9th, 2021. He is survived by his loving mother, Deann Horton; beloved fiancée-in-love, Jordan Cashmyer; daughter, Lyla Nalani Schaffer; siblings, Stephanie (Larry) Ordet, Rebecca (Steven) Siegel, Brandon (Nick) Stephens-Seckler, and Jessie Schaffer; grandmothers, Myrna Carmichael Horton, and Sylvia "C-Me" Schaffer; mother, Deann Horton; and many more loving friends and family. He was predeceased by his father, a man whom Michael adored and revered, Robert Schaffer.

Michael was an extremely loyal and devoted father, partner, son, brother, and friend, and everyone he loved knew he loved them. He was a bright light in the lives of everyone he knew, and he brought great joy and warmth to everyone he met with his one-of-a-kind sense of humor, and his generous and respectful nature. He had a profound passion for his work and career as a chef, both at home cooking for family as well as at work in world-class fine dining restaurants. Michael was also a spiritual man, and he believed in the virtue of loving people unconditionally. He will be missed forever.

Services at Hebrew Young Men's Cemetery, 5830 Windsor Mill Road, Woodlawn, MD 21207, on Sunday, September 19th, 2021 at 12:00 pm. Reception follows at Nick’s Fish House, 2600 Insulator Drive, Baltimore, MD 21230. Please omit flowers. Gifts of support for Michael’s surviving family, his fiancée-in-love and his daughter, will be accepted with loving gratitude via the following GoFundMe campaign link: . Contributions in his memory may also be sent to NAMI of Maryland, the National Alliance on Mental Illness:

Arrangements by Sol Levinson.

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