Hannah Paris Hofmann
2000 - 2021
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Hannah Paris Hofmann, a beautiful daughter, was born in Durango, Colorado on Nov 6, 2000 and returned to her heavenly home on March 11, 2021 while working and studying in Greeley Colorado at the age of 20. She had an incredible spirit and lived life with a passion, helped people even when she was struggling, and always loved her family and friends with intensity. In a field of roses, she was a wildflower.

Growing up in Bayfield Colorado, she worshipped and was baptized at Pine Valley Church and spent much of her life enjoying the Wommer Family Ranch. She attended school in Bayfield, spent a semester as an exchange student in New Zealand and graduated with honors from Southwest Colorado eSchool. She attended University of Northern Colorado in Greeley where she was a straight "A" student majoring in Biology. She worked at two assisted living facilities from the time she was 15 until she passed away. She loved talking to the inspiring and funny patients she cared for, driving the long way home, spending time on social media, bemoaning the stupidity and ugliness of the world, but loving the less fortunate and downtrodden. She loved nature and especially animals, and saw the beauty and the pain most of us rarely stop to see. She loved ridiculous videos, horror movies and true crime podcasts. She spent most of her life either on the peak or in the valley. Her intelligent mind radiated with excellence, her beautiful smile, caring grace and passion will be desperately missed. Her family looks forward to seeing her again healed and made whole with Jesus Christ.

Hannah is survived by her father David Hofmann, her mother and stepfather, Jaime and Justin Messier, sister Abigail Messier (her sunflower), brother Kyle (Kayla Frugé) Hofmann, grandmother Terri McMinn-Lewis, step-grandfather Danny Lewis, grandfather Monty McMinn, grandmother Irma Hofmann, six aunts and uncles and sixteen cousins.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to #TheOceanCleanup project. Hannah encouraged everyone she knew to get a Covid Vaccine so please do so if you have not already. Also "Stay Sexy and Don't Get Murdered".

A memorial gathering for Hannah will be held on May 22, 2021 at LePlatt's Pond in Bayfield, Colorado anytime between 12 until 2 p.m. For a complete obituary visit dignitymemorial.com

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Published in Pine River Times on May 6, 2021.
Memorial Gathering
12:00 - 02:00 PM
LePlatt's Pond
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May 19, 2021
Hannah, I know you’re enjoying the wonders of Heaven and I know we will meet again, but we will miss you on the Earth, you were so intelligent and you have such a sweet smile, I loved that you called me Grandma Susan, know that I have a special place in my heart for you! Until we meet again, you’ll never be forgotten ❤ Love, Grandma Susan
Susan Messier
May 18, 2021
I'll miss our talks about Margaret Atwood books, murder docs & podcasts, animals, and Studio Ghibli. Kyle and I miss you more and more with each passing day. We love you and hope you are at peace. Hugs.
May 9, 2021
David Hofmann
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