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Ann M. HoffmanService: 7:00pm Tue. December 26th, 2017
Location: Conroy Funeral Home
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Hoffman, Ann M., 77, of Springfield, passed away Tuesday, December 19, 2017 surrounded by family. Ann was born December 18, 1940 in Kalida, OH to Alfred Henry and Rosalia Mary (Siebeneck) Hoffman. She graduated from Mary Manse College with a teaching degree and was a member of St. Teresa Catholic Church. She was a loyal volunteer at the hospital and for numerous local charities. Survivors include six daughters: Debbie (Chris) Stewart, Christine Schmenk-Woods, Laura (Jaze) Perry, Michelle (Dan) Helton, Jeri Lynne (Jeremiah) Schmenk-Sanford, and Heidi Schmenk (Mario); Grandchildren: Ashleigh, Colin, Brynn Stewart, Courtney, Candace Woods (Steve), Amber (Zac) Marshall, Sarah (Michael) Johnson, Jared, Grace Perry, Daniel Roberts, Daniel Travis, Aidan, Rosalia ‘Lton, Jerald, Josie, Jeorgia Sanford-Schmenk, Frankie (granddog); Great-grandchildren: Thomas, Austin, Samantha, Andrew, Hannah, Bradley, Emma; Siblings: Don (Mary Lou), Kathy (Ken), John (Sharon), Janet (John), Norb (Pam), Gene (Barb), Al (Ruth); and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Richard and Dennis, and great-grandson, Brayden. Visitation will be Tuesday, December 26th from 4-7 p.m.; Service at 7:00 p.m. at CONROY FUNERAL HOME with Fr. Dan Meyer officiating. Grandmother Ann was a force... Babysitter Extraordinaire: showing her grandkids the fun of sliding down the stairs, climbing everywhere, picking raspberries with a gentle touch, and the love of getting a good bargain. Her quick wit, honesty, curiosity, sense of humor, and selflessness were apparent in all facets of her life. She was the first to offer help in times of need and encouraged all who knew her to do the same. She will be remembered for her goofy playfulness, graciousness, love of words, playing Candy Crush, and watching H2O (if mermaids exist anywhere she is sure to be swimming among them). In lieu of sending flowers, please take time to tell your family how much you love them and be specific about what it is you love about them. Be kind in times of frustration (a slow checkout at the grocery, congested traffic, or maybe just take an extra minute to calm down before saying something to a child who isn’t listening). Don’t be afraid to get your nails dirty; play in the dirt.
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To send our sympathy to the family of our cousin Ann.
From the family of Clarence and Betty Siebeneck. Tom & Marilyn, Mary, Dan & Carol, Leon, Bob & Sue.
- Mary (Siebeneck) Scheckelhoff
, Monday December 25th, 2017
Sorry to hear about my classmate passing
prayers for all her family.
carol and vinnie verhoff
- Carol Vonderembse Verhoff
, Saturday December 23rd, 2017
So very sorry to hear of the passing of Dad's cousin, Ann. We have many fond memories of visiting with her at Pioneer Days in Kalida. We wish peace and many blessings to her loving family.
- Family of Norman von der Embse
, Friday December 22nd, 2017