Milton Hoffenberg
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HOFFENBERG, MILTON 6/30/1918 - 1/18/2013 Milton Hoffenberg was 94.5 years of age. He lived his final years of life in Moorepark and Simi Valley, CA. Surrounded by life with his son, Richard and three grandsons. The prior 80 years of his life were in New Haven, Conn. He was a graduate of Yale University and involved in the New Haven community. He was survived by his son, Richard Hoffenberg and his grandchildren Danny, Matt, and Ryan. He was a boxer in college and enjoyed watching and participating in all sports. He especially loved to see his grandchildren participate in golf, football and baseball. He was known by many at his grandson's sports fields. His brother Sherman is 92 yrs. of age and lives in Florida. Son, Richard and grandchildren Danny, Matt, and Ryan are all residents of Simi Valley and are very involved in the Wood Ranch Community. He is predeceased by wives, Evelyn and Francis, and daughter, Bonnie. He will be greatly missed by his son, grandsons and many nieces and nephews around the world and the many fans and friends at the sports fields.


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Published in The New Haven Register from Jan. 26 to Jan. 27, 2013.
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September 6, 2013
Richard. Though we never met, please accept my sympathy for your Dad's passing. He and my Mom, Clara Shafer Adams, were first cousins. My fondest memory of him was in 1959 when he took my Dad and me to the NFL championship in Baltimore. I last saw him at my Mom's 90th party in 2000. He was one of the good guys.
Norm Adams
March 1, 2013
To Richie (although I don't definitely recall if that was your preferred nickname),

I was very sorry to hear of Milt's passing. I'm almost 65 and, with great fondness, recall and "picture" your dad from when I was a little boy. In those days, my dad (Louis "Nutter" Kaletsky, who died in 1970) and yours were very close friends. I remember meeting you about 55 years ago-- probably at our house on Bellevue Road in New Haven. I called your dad when I heard of Bonnie's passing. I'm testing my memory here, but seem to recall her middle name was Eden. Naturally, I recall (also with fondness) Francis, and Evelyn (who I saw perform in THE FIFTH SEASON; I believe that was at the JCC in New Haven). Of course, I think of the Licaris, including when your dad "made the news" with Red, who the radio referred to as "Francis Licari" (pronouncing it like Lissary). Then there was a time that I was watching movie credits (maybe close to a quarter century ago)and telling my friend Steve (who remembered your dad) that you were a carpenter working on movies. Within about 30 seconds of my statement (I am not exaggerating), there was your name on the screen. I helped someone locate some Kogons a few years ago, when Julie was about to be inducted into the CT Boxing Hall of Fame. I'm also thinking of Chuck's and Legion Avenue.

Again, I extend my sympathy. I smile when thinking of your dad.

Rick ("Ricky") Kaletsky
123 Cheshire Rd.
Bethany, CT 06524-3113
203/393-2323
rkaletsky@gmail.com
Rick Kaletsky
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