Robert L. Hoffman, Sr.

Robert L. Hoffman, Sr.

DOVER – Robert L. Hoffman, Sr., 78, of Dover, passed away at 2:50 PM, Thursday, December 28, 2017 at his home. He was the husband of the late Sally (Golden) Hoffman.

Robert was born July 9, 1939 in Bedford, PA and was the son of the late Victor Hoffman and Ruth Fockler.

He was self employed owning and operating Hoffman Auto Body in Carlisle. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, racing, traveling, socializing and above all his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Robert is survived by his son, Robert L. Hoffman, Jr., and his wife, Deb of York Springs; his daughters, Lisa Hake and her husband, Ed of Dover, Kim Etter and her companion, Shawn of Landisburg; 5 grandchildren, Zac Hoffman, Missy Fromm, Brent Hake, Eddie Hake and Carrie Hake; and 6 great grandchildren. Robert was preceded in death by his brother, Raymond Hoffman of Umatilla, FL

There will be no services for Robert . Arrangements have been entrusted to The Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center of Mount Wolf.

To share memories of Robert please visit www.diehlfuneralhome.com

4 thoughts on “Robert L. Hoffman, Sr.

  1. God bless Robert Hoffman Sr. he finally gets to go home to see his wife Sally. He was an awesome person always had a great personality, love going to the races with him just love talking to him at the shop. He was like a father I never had. he will be missed. God bless the family.

  2. I was deeply saddened to see the news of Bob’s passing. He was a wonderful boss and friend. I regret that I had not been in contact with him since he returned to PA. I will always remember his love of racing, drinking beer together after a long day at work and his gentle spirit. May he Rest In Peace. He deserves it.

  3. “Uncle Bob”, you will be fondly remembered for your generous spirit and for your genuine friendship with my dad, Ray and mom, Nancy. As you joyfully re-unite with them in heaven, please send God’s peace to your friends and family still here in this life, who will miss you greatly.

  4. One of the kindest men I have ever met who raised a son with that same kind spirit and a passion for racing who, in turn, has also touched and changed my life in many ways…including passing on a passion for drag racing. “Robert Sally” will be missed but certainly not forgotten. Comforting to know he’s not struggling to breathe anymore but is happily in his wife’s arms and racing for the Lord ☺️. Prayers and hugs to the family. Love you guys ❤️

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