June-Carol Hoffman (nee Kraemer)-Obituary

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June Carol Hoffman (nee Kraemer)

Ballwin, Missouri

May 10, 1935 – Jan 17, 2020 (Age 84)

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BORN
May 10, 1935
DIED
January 17, 2020
AGE
84
LOCATION
Ballwin, Missouri

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Schrader Funeral Home And Crematory - Ballwin Obituary

Hoffman, June Carol (nee Kraemer), passed away, Friday, January 17, 2020.


Loving wife of Carl Hoffman. Beloved mother of Nancy (Charles Lewis) Vosnidou and Joan (Jeff) Jenkins. Grandmother of Isabel, Kilea, Coleman, Eleanor, and Kaelyn. Sister of the late Henry Kraemer. Aunt of Janet (Gordon Haramaki) Kraemer. Great aunt of Emma Haramaki. Cousin of Fran Cromwell.


Services: Memorial Gathering at the FAMILY CENTER at SCHRADER Funeral Home and Crematory, 14960 Manchester Road at Holloway, Ballwin, Saturday, February 15th, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Friends may sign the family's on-line guestbook at Schrader.com.

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My deepest sympathy

Will miss her wonderful smile.
Had such good times heading up our Girls Scout troop with Joanie & Angie.

I had the great pleasure of getting to know June as a friend and colleague at Crestview. I admired her intelligence and her great sense of humor. Her beautiful smile always cheered me. Even when she was dealing with great pain and declining health she would always manage that great smile. May God be with Carl and the family in this time of loss and may the wonderful memories soon replace the pain that you feel.

Mr. Hoffman and Family
My deepest sympathy for your loss.
I was a student of yours in the early 60's, but
only knew Mrs. Hoffman as another teacher.
May God bless you and your family and give you
the best memories of her.
Arlene Sontag Haynes

Carlene and I met June through Carl, who was teaching at Lafayette High School when we started teaching there in 1962. Both of them were friends of ours from then on with Carlene enjoying June's bridge club for decades. In addition to enjoying June's liveliness and sense of humor (and Carl's), Ed was privileged to have Nancy and Joan in class -- they were wonderful students. Carl, you, Nancy, and Joan have our condolences and best wishes.
Carlene and Ed

I first met June in kindergarten and have many good memories of her. For the last few years I was fortunate to have lunch with her once a month with others of our MRH high school class of 1953 . It was always fun to listen to June's tales as she had a dry ,spunky wit and we all had many laughs together. We watched her brave acceptance of her declining health . We will miss her. My heart goes out to her family.

My dear friend for 50 years. We had a very special bridge club that ate a lot and talked a lot and always squeezed in a little bridge. She could really tell great stories and make us laugh. June had many health issues and now peace. A very special lady.

June was a very special friend. She was always up for an adventure. She enjoyed new hobbies and time with her family and friends. Her presence will be missed.

I lost my best friend when you departed this world. I know you are in a better place where there is no pain. Enjoy !!! I will see you later. Nancy Davis