Dick Schafrath Death – Obituary News : Dick Schafrath has died .
We are sad to report that Dick Schafrath has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 22. 2021.
The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum 5d · Dick Schafrath was not only an Ohio State and Cleveland Browns legend, but also a former Loudonville resident and businessman. Schafrath was involved in establishing the Loudonville Canoe Livery, River Room, October Hills Campground, and expanding the Wolf Creek Grist Mill as a tourist destination. He was also the inspiration for the iconic “Left Tackle Burger” that has been a staple in the Loudonville area for decades. Please feel free to leave your fondest memories of Dick in the comments.
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Bonnie Patterson Kline
I met Dick and his family in the 80s and babysat for the kids. He was a hard working man who loved life and people. A lot of us would go watch the Browns riding with Dick.. He was a good friend.. R.I.P. Dick!