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Posted by Donna D on January 31, 2021
Dear Karen and family, I am so very sorry for the loss of your dad. I know how difficult it is to lose a parent. Your dad was very special and I have so many fun memories with him and your family. He was a great friend to my parents especially. I will always remember the story my dad would tell about your dad. My dad had been talking for weeks and weeks about knocking down the wall in the kitchen to turn our house from a separate upstairs and downstairs into a 2 story house. One day your dad came over with a hatchet and said, “I’m tired of hearing you talk about doing this, Wimble.” And he proceeded to bash their wall down. Haha! My dad loved this memory. Your dad is now with mine and they are laughing together in Heaven. I love you guys. ❤️❤️
Posted by Ed McConnell on January 30, 2021
   Paul M. Hoffman Jr.
      9/12/1934 - 1/22/2021
 Paul Hoffman Jr., Age 86 , of Blackwood N.J. passed away peacefully on Friday 1/22. He was born on Sept. 12th, 1934 in Philadelphia to Paul and Grace Hoffman.

 Paul and his younger brother “Bill”, both excellent golfers , enjoyed golfing together , and with their Dad, Paul Sr.

Paul was a good husband to his wife “Barbara” and loving father to his daughters, Karen and Cheryl. He attended Penn State University, and also took courses at Drexel. He worked in Carpet and Flooring Sales and Management, as well as Measuring before Retiring in 2004.

He loved his 5 Grandchildren, Eddie, Mike, Kristi, Briana, and Matt, who loved their Pop-Pop and fondly remember his “Bombs”, firm crushing hugs and hand shakes. Paul also was Great Grandfather, ( Big Pop-Pop ) , to 9 Great Grandchildren.

Paul enjoyed gardening and refinishing furniture. He helped design, build, and finish bunk-beds for his Grandson’s that they used until moving out on their own. 

A small immediate family viewing was held on Saturday 1/23/21, and a church service will be held in the near future. A family gathering to honor his life will be held in the summer of 2021.

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Posted by Donna D on January 31, 2021
Dear Karen and family, I am so very sorry for the loss of your dad. I know how difficult it is to lose a parent. Your dad was very special and I have so many fun memories with him and your family. He was a great friend to my parents especially. I will always remember the story my dad would tell about your dad. My dad had been talking for weeks and weeks about knocking down the wall in the kitchen to turn our house from a separate upstairs and downstairs into a 2 story house. One day your dad came over with a hatchet and said, “I’m tired of hearing you talk about doing this, Wimble.” And he proceeded to bash their wall down. Haha! My dad loved this memory. Your dad is now with mine and they are laughing together in Heaven. I love you guys. ❤️❤️
Posted by Ed McConnell on January 30, 2021
   Paul M. Hoffman Jr.
      9/12/1934 - 1/22/2021
 Paul Hoffman Jr., Age 86 , of Blackwood N.J. passed away peacefully on Friday 1/22. He was born on Sept. 12th, 1934 in Philadelphia to Paul and Grace Hoffman.

 Paul and his younger brother “Bill”, both excellent golfers , enjoyed golfing together , and with their Dad, Paul Sr.

Paul was a good husband to his wife “Barbara” and loving father to his daughters, Karen and Cheryl. He attended Penn State University, and also took courses at Drexel. He worked in Carpet and Flooring Sales and Management, as well as Measuring before Retiring in 2004.

He loved his 5 Grandchildren, Eddie, Mike, Kristi, Briana, and Matt, who loved their Pop-Pop and fondly remember his “Bombs”, firm crushing hugs and hand shakes. Paul also was Great Grandfather, ( Big Pop-Pop ) , to 9 Great Grandchildren.

Paul enjoyed gardening and refinishing furniture. He helped design, build, and finish bunk-beds for his Grandson’s that they used until moving out on their own. 

A small immediate family viewing was held on Saturday 1/23/21, and a church service will be held in the near future. A family gathering to honor his life will be held in the summer of 2021.
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