Patsy D. Hoffman

Born: Wed., Apr. 19, 1944
Died: Tue., Jun. 21, 2011

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Patsy D. Hoffman, a resident of Pendleton, died Tuesday, June 21, 2001 at her home in Pendleton. She was 67 years old. A memorial service will be conducted Friday, June 24, 2011 at 11:00 A.M. in the First United Methodist Church in Pendleton. Memorials in her memory may be directed to the charity of ones choice and may be sent care of the Burns Mortuary of Pendleton, P.O. Box 489, Pendleton, Oregon 978001. You may sign the online register book, or send condolences at Burns Mortuary of Pendleton is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Hoffman was born April 19, 1944 in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. She was the daughter of Lehman and Jessie Johnson. At the age of four, she moved with her family to Cottage Grove, Oregon area. She attended schools in Cottage Grove. After her schooling, she married Ray Hoffman. The family made their home in Mindon, Nevada where Mrs. Hoffman was a homemaker and raised her family. In 1979 she moved to Pendleton. While here she had helped her twin sister at operating the Char Burger. She continued working at Char Burger until recently. She greatly enjoyed building and working with dollhouses as well as yard work and donating to charities. She is survived by husband Ray of Carson City, Nevada, three children, Cade Hoffman of Gardnerville, Nevada, Dana Badraun of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Todd Fanshaw of California, One brother, Ward Johnson of Canada, five grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, a twin sister, Penny Andrews and a granddaughter, Madison Badraun.

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Ward & Storm Johnsem
   Posted Tue June 28, 2011
My deepest condolences to Cade, Dana and Todd Patsy and Penny Were very close to each other from their birth to their death.I remmber when they started school the teachers had to put them in seperate rooms because they had their own langauge that they communicated with each other. When Penny got sick and Patsy ignoring her own medical prolems and with her deep belief in god help get her through while taking care of Penny. Ward & Storm Johnsen

Ellen & Dennis Thatchuk
   Posted Tue June 28, 2011
Please accept our deepest sympathy in passing away of your dear wife, mother and grandmother. I remember going to Cottage Grove with my family in 1961 and having soooo much fun with both Patsy and Penny - they were daredevils on their motor bikes and I was enthrawled at their enthusiasm for life. I am a Johnsen - Art & Dorothy's youngest kid. I will treasure my memories however few. Much love Ellen & Dennis Thatchuk

Tyler Johnsen
   Posted Fri July 01, 2011
I have many good memories of Patsy and her Family. I never expected we would be here again so soon. My condolances go out to you ,Shad, during this trying time.

Tyler Johnsen
   Posted Fri July 01, 2011
My Deepest Sympathies go out to Cade,Dana,Todd and their Families as well. Losing a parent is never easy,but with Time you will begin to smile and laugh at the memories of the times you spent together.

Roy Kennedy
   Posted Mon July 25, 2011
My sincerest condolences to Patsy's family one and all. I had the honor and the privelage up growing up and going to school with Patsy & Penny I never could tell them apart either I remember seeing Patsy I think it was her being the first girl I ever saw wearing slacks. I asked her about it & thought she was so cool when she nonchantly said "peddlepushers" My memories are better because of her and her sister, thank you. Always in her awe, I am respectfully and tearfully yours, Roy Kennedy

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