A husband and wife killed in a weekend motorcycle collision in Thornton leave behind three children, the youngest 12 and the oldest 20.
Mike and Krisi Schaff were riding a Harley motorcycle eastbound on 104th Avenue near Washington Street on Saturday when a car pulled out of a King Soopers parking lot and the couple died in the collision.
Now, their 20-year-old son, Tony Schaff, is torn between mourning and caring for his siblings.
“I’ve been devastated since, but I know I have to stay strong for my brother and sister as much as I can,” Schaff told Denver 7.
“Mike was one of the funniest guys I’ve ever known in my life,” said Wyndy Dominy, his boss at A-Shed USA and a long-time friend.
“Krisi was much more serious. She was the boss,” Dominy said. “They’d been together more than half their lives and they were in love with each other.”
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