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HOWARD HOFFMAN

Las Vegas, Nevada

1927 - 2017

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HOWARD HOFFMAN Howard Hoffman, 89, of Las Vegas, by way of New York and Florida, passed away March 22, 2017. Born May 22, 1927, in Brooklyn, N.Y., Howard grew up there until enlisting in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Preparing for the invasion of Japan as part of the massive naval task...

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Not a day goes by that I do not quote one of Howard's famous sayings or apply one of the concepts he taught me. My Mentor forever. "It takes an unusual mind to undertake an analysis of the obvious". RIP my Mentor.

We all owe you a great debt of gratitude

Howard, your team misses your Monday meetings. Perhaps again some day., Bill

Howie was the role model for humanity. and lived life by the "Golden Rule". He was a "one-percenter" for Likeability and Character. Howie will be missed by everyone that had the pleasure of knowing him.
'HE WAS A HELL OF A GUY!"

No one had a greater impact on my life than Howard!
I like many of us owe so much of my success to his unique talent of bringing out the best in the people that surrounded him then offering a platform to grow. Howard opened doors for me that I didn't know existed and changing my life forever.
He was a friend, mentor and father figure to me and his sprit lives in my soul.

Just learned of Howard's passing. A wonderful person and friend. Such a devoted fan and supporter of GW Basketball. Loved our conversations and spirited hoop chats both in D.C. and Las Vegas. Will miss him. Condolences to Rebecca and family.

Howard was the mentor and father that I never had. Our Brooklyn bond created a great friendship that allowed me to change the course of my life and allowed Howard to experience being Italian every time my mother cooked him pasta. He was as straight forward as they come, the genius in "blue suede shoes" who could always see the obvious while most everyone else was lost in the details. I have never met anyone so dedicated to service, whether it be is country in the Navy, his...

HOWARD WAS A PRODUCT OF THE "GREATEST GENERATION",SURVIVING THE "GREAT DEPRESSION" AND SERVING HONORABLY IN
THE NAVY DURING WWII. HIS LIFE BIOGRAPHY IS FILLED WITH A PLETHORA OF SUCCESSES.I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HIM AS A VALUED FRIEND, A GENTLEMAN AND A MAN OF HIS WORD.HE WAS THE BIG BROTHER I NEVER HAD. I WILL ALWAYS MISS HIM. REST IN PEACE,OLD FRIEND.

Although we met Howard & Rebecca just a few years ago, we fell in love with both of them. They were the epitome of true love, and lived a most exciting and interesting life together. Howard was so intelligent and so easy to talk to. He loved telling stories of how he became successful and we loved listening and admiring this sweet man. We are going to miss him on our trips to Las Vegas and miss his beautiful smile and loving hugs. God has received a true angel and I am sure he is...

Vickala as I was called by Jamie's Dad will be missed and 4 ever remembered. xx