Harry Hoffman

harry hoffman

Southern Pines, NC
Mr. Harry C. Hoffman, 79, an eighteen year resident of Longleaf died Wednesday May 9, 2012 at Penick Village.
A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, May 14th at
10:30 a.m. at The Village Chapel in Pinehurst.
The family will receive friends at a reception following the service at the church.
Born November 11, 1932 in Hershey, PA he was a son of the late Robert M. and Violet May Nornhold Hoffman and was the husband of the late Carolyn Campbell Hoffman. He was preceded in death by a son Stuart Hoffman.
He is survived by one daughter, Jennifer Hoffman of Carolina Beach, NC; two sons, Steve Hoffman and wife Donna of Spring City, PA,and Scott Hoffman and wife Cindy of Pottstown, PA; two sisters, five brothers, ten grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.
Mr. Hoffman was a U S Navy Veteran who served as a Medic during the Korean War and had a compassion to contiune serving his country, a retired school teacher, and a member of the The Village Chapel. Recently he accomplishe his life long dream to be a published author, None Dare Call It Fraud by Harry C. Hoffman.
Memorials may be made to Wounded Warrior Project, 4200 Morganton Road, Fayetteville, NC 28314 or www.woundedwarriorproject.org
Powell Funeral Home and Crematory of Southern Pines is serving the Hoffman family.
Online condolences at: www.PinesFunerals.com

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  1. I had the privilege to have wrestled for Harry back at Henderson HS, West Chester, PA. He was an outstanding coach, an extremely knowledgeable and interesting health teacher, and an individual who would motivate you to do the very best you were capable of

  2. Mr. Hoffman was a great teacher and neighbor. As a kid I loved to go down and talk to him. He was so informative. Harry Hoffman, you will be missed by many, your spirit will live on in the many that your inpired. RIP, GOd Bless you and your family. Cindy

  3. It was a priviledge to know your father and care for him in the short time he was at Penick Village! What a lucky man to have such a caring and loving family who were with him. God Bless you all. Heart felt sympathy
    Pat Klalo Director of Nursing Peni

  4. Jennifer,Steve,& Scott I was very sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Harry. You will all be in my families thoughts and prayers.

  5. Is this the Hofffman family that lived in West Chester, the street behind South New Street? They were wonderful folks and I remember his daughter was into horses. Have thought about them a lot over the years since my parents died and I sold the house – th

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