Kyle F. Sheffer, 59, of Port Ewen, died Saturday, August 27, 2022, at Mt. Sinai Medical Center,
NY, NY. surrounded by his loving family.
Born in Kingston, he was a son of the late LeRoy & Joyce Domanico Sheffer.
Kyle was a devoted father to his two daughters Taylor and Leah. He was also a beloved
brother, supportive uncle, loving grandfather, and a faithful friend to many. Kyle enjoyed
cooking, especially traditional Italian favorites, music, days at the beach, and watching his
favorite teams the New York Giants and New York Yankees. Most of all Kyle enjoyed
spending time with his family. On holidays he added his special touches like Calabrian
pastries at Christmas, “the Sheffer” cabbage salad, and stuffing at Thanksgiving. Kyle was
a fantastic person who had a unique sense of humor and an infectious smile and laugh that
made every family gathering memorable and fun.
We’re so very grateful for the time we were all able to spend with him. Kyle will have an
ever lasting imprint on our lives. His daughter’s devotion to their father during his illness
was something that he was very grateful for and proud of.
Our lives will never be the same without him, but our memories will last forever.
Kyle is survived by his two daughters, Taylor Sheffer of Ruby and Leah Sheffer of Ruby, a
brother, Dr. LeRoy Sheffer of Pleasant Valley, a sister, Margaret Sauer, and her husband Eric of
Ulster Park, a brother, Christian Sheffer and his fiancé Colleen of Kingston and a granddaughter,
Emma Claire, five nieces and nephews, Danielle, Eric Jr., Joshua Sauer, Tyler Swart, and Gianna Sauer-Kish also survive.
Kyle will be reposing at the Simpson-Hammerl Funeral Home, 411 Albany Ave on Thursday,
September 1, 2022, from 3-7 PM
The family would appreciate if masks were worn during all services.
The funeral procession will form from the funeral home on Friday at 9:00 AM.
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 AM at St. Mary’s Church
Interment will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Simpson-Hammerl Funeral Home is honored to assist the family of Kyle with the arrangements.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests making donations to the Mended Hearts Program which is the nation’s premier peer support program for patients who have cardiovascular disease. https://themendedhearts.harnessapp.com/wv2/donate.