Kari Schaffer


Kari Schaffer, 39, died Friday, Dec. 27, 2013, in Amarillo, Texas.

Kari Schaffer, 39, died Friday, Dec. 27, 2013, in Amarillo, Texas.

She was born March 24, 1974, in Beaver, Okla. to Walt and Karen Williams.

She was raised in Garden City and graduated from Garden City High School in 1992. She married Taylor Schaffer on Nov. 14, 1992. They moved to Hereford, Texas in 1993, then to Bushland, Texas, in 2010.

She loved going to the beach, and attended Hillside Christian Church.

Survivors include her husband, Taylor Schaffer of Bushland; three daughters, Macie Schaffer, Mackenzie Schaffer and Macaylie Schaffer, all of Bushland; her parents, Walt and Karen Williams of Pampa, Texas; a sister; Lori McGraw and her husband, Brett, of Garden City; her grandmother; Katherine Williams of White Deer, Texas; her father-in-law and mother-in-law; Jim and Donna Schaffer of Ulysses; her mother-in-law and father-in-law, Pam and Doug Rowe of Hereford, Texas; a sister-in-law; Misty Winger of Dodge City; five nieces and a nephew.

The family suggest memorials be sent to Amarillo SPSCA, 11901 S. Coulter St. Amarillo, TX 79119.

Sign the online guest book at www.griggsschoolergordon.com.

There will be no vistation, and private services will be held at a later.

Griggs-Schooler-Gordon Memorial Park Funeral and Cemetery of Amarillo is handling the arrangements.


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