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W. Wilson Hoffman

Woodrow Wilson Hoffman,89, of Wenona, died Thursday, July 8, 2010 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury.image0

 

Born on April 23, 1921 in Wenona, he was a son of the late Stanley Hoffman and Helen Daniels Hoffman.

 

Mr. Hoffman worked as a waterman and boat captain.  He was a licensed Coast Guard tugboat captain formerly employed by C.J. Langenfelder, was a 12 year employee with Dept of Natural Resources and had worked for Somerset Seafood in Deal Island for 28 years .  He also formerly worked for Glenn L. Martin in Baltimore building aircraft during WWII.  Mr. Hoffman was a member of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Wenona and charter member of the Deal Island Chance Volunteer Fire Co.   He loved fishing, eating crabs, duck hunting and playing cards.

 

He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Julia Alverda Webster Hoffman of Wenona;  five children, Albert & Virginia  Hoffman of Deal Island, Winston and Sharon Hoffman of Salisbury, Dianne and Victor Pizzaia of Parsonsburg, Helen and Kevin Jones of Deal Island and Julie Webster and Mark Dean of Deal Island;  12 grandchildren, Albert, Jr., Sarah, Amanda, Lisa, Robin, Kimberly, Christina, Richard, Erin, Ryan, Lauren and Dusty.;  10 great-grandchildren; special nephew, Stanley Scroggs; and many beloved nieces and nephews.

 

Preceding him in death were sisters, Mavis Scroggs, Alice Hofmann, Nathalie Truitt, brothers, Roger Hoffman and Stanley Hoffman, Jr. and a step-brother, Clark Kelly.

 

A funeral service will be held Monday at 2pm at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Wenona where friends may call one hour prior to the service.  Rev. Lindy Adams and Rev. Bob Daniels will officiate.  Interment will be held in the church cemetery.    Contributions in his memory may be made to St. Pauls U. M. Church, PO Box 54, Deal Island, MD 21821 or to the Deal Island Chance Volunteer Fire Co. , PO Box 158, Deal Island, MD 21821.

Please visit www.hinmanfuneralhome.com if you wish to leave condolences for the family.

16 comments to W. Wilson Hoffman

  • Jeanne Webster Abbott

    Even though Mr. Wilson had a long and happy life we are never ready to say goodbye to our parents. My heart goes to Alverta and the children. Gather your wonderful memories and keep him close in your heart. He was a very cheerful person always giving smiles where ever you met him.

  • Pat Truitt Johnson

    Aunt Alverta, I can not say how very sorry I am. Uncle Wilson was and still is one of the best uncles I could have had. I know he had a kind and caring heart. Mom loved him alot, but I know that he knew that.
    You all are in my thoughts.
    Love
    Pat

  • Bunky Truitt

    Aunt Alverta we are sorry to hear Uncle Wilson has passed and we will miss him very much. He will be with Mother now and i know how much he loved her.

  • Mrs. Alverda and Family
    Many years have passed but I will always cherish my childhood memories of visiting Helen and your family throughout my childhood. It was always a welcome home full of love and friendly conversation. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
    Love
    Rose

  • Kathy Sheldon

    My Hoffman family, I give heart felt prayers and love to you all.
    On earth your circle is broken and painful but in Heaven their are complete and joyful.
    When I think of Uncle Wilson I alway get a smile I loved his teasing and arguing style. And of course the stories Mom would tell of him and Aunt Alverda when they would visit Aunt Alice.
    Love and God Bless,
    Kathy

  • Carol Smith

    Dear Aunt Alverda and my precious cousins,
    My heart has ached since I heard the news of Uncle Wilson’s passing.
    He was truly my favorite uncle, I loved him dearly. I have so many fond memories of growing up and coming to the island where the first place I would run to was Aunt Alverda’s house so I could see everybody.
    I am very sad that I can’t be with you today, but know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope that you find comfort in knowing what a terrific person Uncle Wilson was and will always be in our hearts.
    Love you,
    Doug and Carol Smith (Schroon Lake, NY)

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