Cindy Hoff

Obituary of Cindy Joan Hoff

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It comes with profound sadness to announce Cindy Hoff’s sudden passing December 31st, at 63 years of age. Cindy loved her grandchildren and family deeply. She was a big kid at heart, fun to be around, and took enjoyment watching cartoons. Cindy loved baking, had a passion for gardening and found tranquility in birdwatching. Cindy was loving with a contagious sense of humour, known as being mom of the neighbourhood, Cindy treated the neighborhood kids like her own. She was generous beyond measure, patient and very understanding. Always there for you. Cindy was loved by many and replicated all the loved shown to her by family and friends. Cindy never said good bye when leaving, it was always “Love ya, leave ya again, see ya next time.” Cindy is survived by her children, Laura (Shane) Pitre, Rene (Ryan) Andrews, Amanda Stewart; grandchildren, Jaydon, Dylan, Nicholas, Connor, Caleb; parents, Henry and Joan Hoff; siblings Kevin (Elaine) Hoff, Kirk Hoff, Sharon Hoff; nieces and nephews, Blaine, Elayna, Andrea, Eric; as well as Amanda’s father Leslie Stewart. She will also be remembered by extended family and friends. A special thank you to the Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall, family and friends along with Affinity Funeral Service for all their support during this difficult time.
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1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Friday, April 28, 2023
Royal Canadian Legion #44
4928 51 Ave
Whitecourt , Alberta, Canada
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Cindy Hoff

1959 - 2022

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