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Walter Hoffmann

Walter Lewis Hoffmann

Saturday, April 27th, 2019
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Obituary

HOFFMANN, WALTER LEWIS, age 65, passed away Saturday, April 27, 2019, at The Laurels of Mt. Pleasant.

Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service for Walter will be held at the Community of Christ Church in Mt. Pleasant on Saturday, May 11, 2019, at 1 p.m.

Walter was born on April 24, 1954, in Mt. Clemens, Michigan, the son of Hilary Hugh and Mary Elizabeth (Jones) Hoffmann. He lived at the Mt. Pleasant State Home and Training School until he turned 8 years old when he went to live with Violet Eaton and her family. Walter was a Boy Scout and earned numerous merit badges. He worked carrying out groceries for customers and bringing carts in at Ashcraft's and Kroger’s in Mt. Pleasant. He was baptized into and a member of the Community of Christ Church. Walter was a fan of the Detroit Lions and Tigers and he loved Elvis Presley.

Walter is survived by his twin brother William L. Hoffmann of Detroit, sisters Elizabeth (Ron) Lyons of AZ, and Carol Cole of TX; nieces and nephews Casey (Vanessa) Hoffmann, Christine Lyons, Amy Niederhaus, Darrell Cole, William Cole, Walter Cole, Warren Cole, Vince VanBael, Dawn Hoffmann, Wendy (Eric) Hutchins, Alan Hoffmann, Renne Hoffmann; great-nieces and great-nephews Calista, Madison, Marissa, Jordan, Scott, Nick, Alex, Grayson, Madison; great-great-niece Brooklyn Rose; and his foster brother Jack Eaton and foster sister Lavonna (John) Osborn, of Mt. Pleasant.

Walter was preceded in death by his sister Eleanor VanBael and brother Howard Albert Hoffmann.

The family would like to thank Marge Havens for her care of Walter.
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  • Service

    Saturday, May 11th, 2019 | 1:00pm
    When
    Saturday, May 11th, 2019 1:00pm
    Location
    Community of Christ Church
    Address
    1102 E. Gaylord St.
    MOUNT PLEASANT, MI 48858
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John Fellhauer

Posted at 05:45pm
Sorry to here about your brother
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Rick Osborn

Posted at 05:00pm
I was lucky enough to have known Walt for a number of years and loved his joy. My favorite memory, is driving Walt back to Mt. Pleasant after he and his brothers Bill and Al had visited Graceland. Walt had returned with an even greater appreciation for "The King" and a new addition to his Elvis collection. We played the cd's all the way back, although The King took a backseat to Walt' renditions.
His love of life, was both contagious and a reminder that facing the world with a smile, is a gift worth sharing. I loved Walter and often think of him, when faced with a challenge. Walter's song of life, was every bit as beautiful as anything Elvis ever sang, and Walt's chorus added to the refrains.
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Wendy

Posted at 03:29pm
Super friendly... Missed his smiling face at krogers
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