Cypress View Mausoleum, Mortuary and Crematory

3953 Imperial Ave, San Diego, CA


Mrs. Lois Laverne Shaffer

July 28, 1937December 31, 2019
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Lois Laverne Shaffer was born on July 28, 1937 and passed away on December 31, 2019.


  • Visitation Wednesday, January 15, 2020
  • Funeral Service Thursday, January 16, 2020
  • Reception Thursday, January 16, 2020


Mrs. Lois Laverne Shaffer

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Michaela Shaffer

January 19, 2020

The big blue house at the top of the hill. The trips I took to go visit my grandma I’m going to miss them. Her craft has definitely been passed down. She was very “busy” and I love how she expressed her creativity in so many ways. Even in her last days she enjoyed creating. It’s amazing how similar we are to each other. She was inspiring to her family and everyone that knew her. She always had something to give. Either a gift or a soft pinch but all love! She was hilarious with her humor and charm. Always continuing to show off her latest quilts or home grown tomatoes will be remembered. I love you grandma may you and grandpa now be reunited together peacefully.

Bright Eyes

Norman & Karen Pugh

January 16, 2020

Ms. Lois,
We will forever miss your infectious smile, your laughter and you being “SASSY”. We will always treasure the time we spent together and the conversations we had. Love you forever!!

Shaffer Family- we love all of you and pray that God will wrap his arms around you during this difficult time. Love, comfort, strength, and God’s perfect PEACE we pray for all of you. The peace he gives will guard your heart and mind.

Monica Gray

January 16, 2020

Auntie Lois and Uncle Bobby are among my most cherished childhood memories of summer vacations and paternal family bonding. I am most confident that they are together again. Please be encouraged and know that you had the best, loving parents ever. Take your rest Auntie Lois. With all my love, Monica

Ariana Shaffer

January 15, 2020

She will be missed not only for her kind heart, but for her spunk and ability to make those around her laugh. She was warm, kind, caring and put others before herself. I’ll miss going over to the blue house and looking at her rose garden, watching her crochet or her telling me the “sandman” was going to get me when it was time for bed. We have so many lovely memories together that I’ll treasure forever. I love you Granny!

Katrina Cunningham-Stevenson

January 15, 2020

Ms. Shaffer, I will always remember your beautiful smile, your infectious laugh and all of crafts you made year after year. You were always so welcoming every time I would visit your home.

You will truly be missed.


Peter Watson

January 13, 2020

My deepest condolences. I remembered when I first met Mrs Shaffer she took me In as if I was one of her own. She loved to laugh and when ever I’ld call to say hello she would keep me on the phone forever. She will surely be missed.

Emmett Shaffer

January 12, 2020

Dear Mom,
As a father, I often wondered how you raised four boys while maintaining your sanity and sense of humor. I learned over the years, that your faith and strength were never far away in good and tough times. Your timely bits of wisdom always secured my confidence in raising my children and I am eternally grateful for your care and guidance. Your love and dedication to our family is the legacy you leave and is the foundation that your children have stood on and generations to follow will stand on.
I love you
May you Rest In Peace

Tyrese Shaffer

January 12, 2020

I miss you so much. Spending Christmases with you was a great tradition that I will never forget. Your fun spirit will forever be missed. Love you so much.

Kelly Shaffer

January 12, 2020

Granny welcomed me into the family and treated me like own her daughter. She loved to share her favorite recipes with me and her latest craft projects. She always had a story to tell about her boys and her unwavering love for her husband is something I will always remember. We will miss you Granny and I find comfort knowing you are at peace and together again with your soulmate.

Carlos Milsap

January 10, 2020

Time has passed since we last seen each other, but you were always on my heart and mind. You were there during my formative years and played an important role as to who I am today. You always kept me on track along with your boys and in fact you treated me as though I was your own. I have so many loving memories. I even remember when we went to Truevine and you made all the choir members colorful dashiki’s. You shall forever be in my memories. Thank you for investing in me.