Obituary of Roy William Hoffmann
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Roy William Hoffmann passed away on July 15, 2020 from a cardiac related problem at the age of 89. He was the Son of the late Rose and Peter Hoffmann and grew up in West New York, NJ. He attended Memorial High School and immediately after went to work at Lobel's in West New York. This was his Lifetime job which he truly loved. Roy and Dorothy spent 57 years of a very special marriage and he was an exceptionally kind, generous and intelligent person. If you were his friend, it was a lifelong friendship. Roy enjoyed traveling, photography, his computer, ham radio and socializing with a cup of coffee at the Meadowlands Racetrack. He was a avid reader and when his vision failed, he listened to numerous audio books. Roy leaves his wife Dorothy, caregiver Ivonne (like family), friends Judy & Roger (from Maine), Caren, David Lobel and Dorothy's relatives the Primich Family. Private visitation on Saturday, July 18, 2020 from 9 to11am at the Konopka Funeral Home, 9046 Palisade Avenue, North Bergen, NJ for family and friends with limitations of no more than 50 people at one time. Rev John Primich will officiate at the 11 am service at the Funeral Home. Interment in the family plot at Fairview Cemetery. Fairview, NJ. Roy cared very much about animals, in lieu of flowers the Family would appreciate that donations be made to the Closter Animal Welfare Society, P.O. Box 172, Closter, N J 07624 and Assoc. Humane Society / Popcorn Park, P.O. Box 50, Forked River, NJ 08731-0050
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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Joseph Z Konopka Funeral Home LLC.
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