Jeffrey Clapper

Jeffrey Charles "Jeff" Clapper

Sunday June 22, 1958 - Sunday February 9, 2020
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Hyde Park – Jeffrey Charles Clapper, 61, a three year resident of Hyde Park, NY formerly of Dover Plains, NY died unexpectedly on Sunday, February 9, 2020 at his home in Hyde Park. Mr. Clapper worked for Hipotronics, Inc. for many years and most recently for High Voltage, Inc. based in Copake, NY where he was an electrical technician.

Born June 22, 1958 in Niagara Falls, NY he was the son of the late Charles E. and Sandra “Sam” (Morrison) Clapper. Mr. Clapper was a graduate of Dover High School and served in the United States Airforce.
He is survived by his brother, Lee Clapper and his wife Denise of Millerton, NY and his sister, Dawn LaRock of Dover Plains, NY and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was also predeceased by a sister, Penni Clapper Hough.

There are no calling hours. Funeral services and burial will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice. Arrangements are under the direction of the Scott D. Conklin Funeral Home, 37 Park Avenue, Millerton, NY 12546. To send an online condolence please visit
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    Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery


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Marjorie Jonesb

Posted at 12:06pm
I will miss Jeff . He so enjoyed his friends ! Condolences to all of you and family ..His German family and American family .

Marjorie Jones

Posted at 12:03pm
Thank you Mark Benson for sharing / posting that photo . I’m glad to have it to remember Jeff by . He showed me the picture before when he was telling me stories of adventures . He liked the photo :)

Mark Benson

Posted at 05:41pm
Kindly take a look at the photos section. To your surprise you will find a photo of Jeff, outdoors. He was a good sport, a treasured friend, and one who often humored this tired soul. The picture, is Jeff, whom I talked in to scaling Slide Mountain, the highest peak in the Catskills, one of many adventures we shared over the course of our 50 years together. You are missed, and will continue to be, for as long as memory will allow.

Lisa Cristofano

Posted at 11:15am
Oh my I am so sorry for you loss I worked at Hipotronics when he was there I’ve known him for years great guy can’t believe it May he Rest In Peace and May he make home and may all your hearts heal and know he’s good God bless

Corey Schneeberger

Posted at 07:15am
My fondest memory of Jeff was from almost 25 years ago. Anyone who knew Jeff knew that he loved video games. I had just gotten a game and let him try it out. He was working for a traveling electrical repair company at the time and was on the road fairly often. He liked the game so much that during a repair trip on the road he stopped into a local toy store and bought the game AND the system to play it on and played it back in his hotel room. I thought to myself now that's someone who loves to play! I will really miss that joy in him. Rest easy my friend.

Marjorie Jones Posted at 11:45am

We were neighbors /and friends . My condolences to his friends and family . He sure did enjoy his buddies that he hung out with . The movie buffs and video gamer friends he enjoyed so much and spoke of how nice his friends were . He loved his job and coworkers and family . Mark and Cory my condolences to you guys.. My condolences to his step sister in Germany and all his German family and American family . Jeff was a super nice guy and witty ..I will remember you ..I’m thankful for the time we shared. Rest In Peace Jeff

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