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Conrad Bernard Schaefer

January 1, 1970January 17, 2020

Conrad Bernard Schaefer was born on January 1, 1970 in West Palm Bch, FL and passed away on January 17, 2020 in CENTENNIAL, Colorado.

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Kory Reeves

January 26, 2020

So very sad to hear of this news. CB was too young, but he is home now. I know he loved our Lord so there is no doubt. Haven’t seen him in so long but we both went to church together in our younger days. I’m sure he will be very missed and I will have the family in my prayers.

Kimberly Montgomery

January 24, 2020

CB was a life long friend who I treasured. We did not stay in touch all the time but he always had a special place in my heart. I truly loved him like a brother and it hurts my heart to know he is no longer on this earth however God is always our true comforter. I know that God has him and he is in a better place. Until we meet again my sweet friend!

Dale Mansfield

January 24, 2020

I have some fond memories of CB growing up in our early years on Inlet Road, North Palm Beach. Some times those seem like yesterday. Many good times throughout high school years. I haven’t seen CB in sometime but will miss those of the past. Rest In Peace old Friend. Prayers to the entire family.

Dick Sheehan

January 23, 2020

CB was a fine young man. He dealt with his problems in a heroic fashion. His loss will be deeply felt by his family. May God welcome you and hold you in the palm of His hand.

Rodney McCallum Jr

January 23, 2020

I hadn't seen him in years since high school. We reconnected once again on Facebook. Sent some messages back and forth. He was always kind. Compassionate. And he was always smiling.

Wendy (Tredo) Ciancio

January 21, 2020

My memories of CB began before we were born. My mom Barbara Tredo and CB's mom Gretchen were pregnant at the same time. Big belly photos still remain. CB and I were born about 1 month apart. I was born first and loved to tease him about it. Christmas Eve was always a magical time. I think I was there too the night we saw Rudolph! As we grew, playing with CB and Erica were special days. I remember finding our dads (Conrad and Buddy Tredo) watching sports on the big projection TV with the three color bulbs upstairs in the Lost Tree house, playing with the doctor kit and several competitive hands of Uno. Those childhood years were priceless. I have always wished the best for "Ceeb" as my dad affectionately called him and know that there are many family members and friends ready to take him under their wings. My deepest condolences.

Nancy Stavish

January 19, 2020

Conrad was a friend of my son Michael. He came to our home on Peppereood Circle in Fl often to hang out with Michael and Paul Kelly and other friends. They were always laughing and having a good time.
Conrad was a fun loving young man when I knew him. Through the years Conrad and Michael kept in touch. Our whole family is saddened by your loss.
Our condolences to you and your family Gretchen.
Nancy & Tom Stavish

Reaves Boudreaux

January 19, 2020

Conrad I know you always wanted a son well here I am. We only got to meet once in person, but I can feel your energy beaming through me each and everyday.

Love Always,
Reaves

Tara Puc

January 19, 2020

So many childhood memories. I remember one Christmas Eve in particular when we were about 5 years old. We were outside on the driveway staring at the sky insisting to everyone that we just saw Rudolph’s red nose. We were so excited!
No one believed us. But we believed. He was such a kind hearted soul and yes, we did see Rudolph.

Nell Collins

January 19, 2020

An abundance of memories throughout C.B.’s life flood my thoughts. Truly the heart of an angel is now at peace😇

FROM THE FAMILY