Shane Coen Alspaugh, age 52, of East Canton, passed away Saturday October 2nd, 2021. Shane’s sudden passing was after a beautiful day of riding with his family in West Virginia. He had a great last day here on earth filled with fun, lots of laughs, and spending time with loved ones. Shane fought cancer hard for 3 long years and is finally no longer in pain.
There were never any strangers when Shane was around. He was always the light of the party. He loved making everyone laugh and lived life to the fullest. Shane never gave up no matter how terrible he felt, he still showed up and tried. Shane took a lot of pride in painting cars his entire life. He loved fishing, hunting, and riding in his free time.
Shane is proceeded in death by his grandfather, Ernie Shoff; his son, Zaine Alspaugh; and his nephew, Kyle Alspaugh.
Shane will be greatly missed by his widow, Kristina; minor children, Tori and Tana; grandmother, Maxine Shoff; mother, Marge (Darrell) Rich; father, Bill (Patty); brother, Shawn (Kathy); sister, Kim; son, Tyler (Justice); daughter, Taylor (Hayden); grandchildren, Trenton, Weston, Karmen, and Kamden; mother-in-law, Brenda (Bob); brother-in-law, Larry (Christy); sister-in-law, Cynthia (Jake); and sister-in-law, Kayla (Dan).
Services will be Thursday 5-7pm at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville, Ohio. Graveside burial services will be Friday at 11am at St. Louis cemetery. Friends and family are welcome to gather at his residence after. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made directly to Paquelet-Falk.
Messages of comfort and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.paqueletfalk.com
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Bill and Patty-
Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of Shane.
We have great memories of our Vacation in Canada many years ago.
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Dear Marge, Kristina and family. I was saddened to hear of Shane’s passing. Whenever he saw me he would always have a big smile and asked me how I was doing. May you feel the comfort of God’s arms wrapped around you.
Kristina, Tori, Tana & Family;
So sorry to hear of Shane’s passing. It is so awesome he had been riding & enjoying his last day on earth. Remember all the good memories you can talk about. You now have an Angel watching over you.
Prayers & God Bless,
Linda & David Rich